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Palaeoenvironmental significance of grain-size distribution of river flood deposits: a study of the archaeological sites of the Apengjiang River Drainage, upper Yangtze region, Chongqing, China
[Luo, Chuanxiu] Chinese Acad Sci, CAS Key Lab Marginal Sea Geol, S China Sea Inst Oceanol, Guangzhou 510301, Guangdong, Peoples R China; [Luo, Chuanxiu; Zheng, Zhuo; Li, Jie] Sun Yat Sen Univ, Dept Earth Sci, Guangzhou 510275, Guangdong, Peoples R China; [Zou, Houxi; Fang, Gang; Bai, JiuJiang] Chongqing Cultural Rel Inst, Chongqing 400013, Peoples R China; [Pan, Anding] Guangzhou Univ, Geog Sci Inst, Guangzhou 510006, Guangdong, Peoples R China; [Yang, Mingxi] Shenzhen Foreign Languages Sch, Shenzhen 518028, Peoples R China; eezhuo@126.com
2013
发表期刊JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE
ISSN0305-4403
卷号40期号:2页码:827-840
摘要The grain-size distribution (based on cumulative probability curves) in the sediments produced by potential palaeofloods at the Shiniusi archaeological site is similar to that of modern flood sediments from the Wujiang River Drainage in the upper Yangtze River. There is an obvious pattern in the curves, with two segments, and the mean grain size (Mz), standard deviations (sigma 1), skewness, and kurtosis are all similar. Combined with the AMS(14)C dating data and the ages judged based on the presence of cultural remains, our data suggests frequent palaeoflood events within the Wujiang River Drainage. We hypothesize the existence of seven high flood possibility layers in the QST4 unit from Shiniusi archaeological site: during the periods of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 AD) to the Qing Dynasty (1616-1911 AD), and the end of the Eastern Zhou Dynasty (770 BC-256 BC) to the Shang Dynasty (1600-1100 BC). We also hypothesize ten high flood probability layers in the QST2 unit from Shiniusi archaeological site: during the periods of the Ming Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty, the periods of Song Dynasty (960-1279 AD) to the Yuan Dynasty (1206-1368 AD), as well as during the Han Dynasty (207 BC-220 AD) to the Eastern Zhou Dynasty (770 BC-256 BC). These results are consistent with palaeoflood events inferred from pollen and spore analysis and from historical records in other rivers. (C) 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
部门归属海洋地质
关键词Apengjiang River Wujiang River Palaeofloods Environmental Archaeology Sedimentology Holocene China
学科领域Anthropology ; Archaeology ; Geosciences, Multidisciplinary
资助者This work was financially supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (grants NSFC 40772113, 40331011, and 40671187) and by the Chongqing Cultural Remains Institute. The work was carried out based on the data provided by archaeological excavations by the Chongqing Cultural Remains Institute during the past few years. We thank all members of the excavation team for providing access to their data. We thank Tan Huizhong, Long Jingsha, Gong Yulong, Wang Meng, and Liu Haixiong for their sampling in field work. We also thank the Cultural Remains Management Office of the Xiangxi Autonomous Region, Hunan, as well as the Cultural Remains Management Office of Qianjiang District, Chongqing, for their help in field work. We also thank Professor Wang Jianhua and Professor Zhang Ke from Sun Yat-sen University for their review of an earlier draft of this paper. ; This work was financially supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (grants NSFC 40772113, 40331011, and 40671187) and by the Chongqing Cultural Remains Institute. The work was carried out based on the data provided by archaeological excavations by the Chongqing Cultural Remains Institute during the past few years. We thank all members of the excavation team for providing access to their data. We thank Tan Huizhong, Long Jingsha, Gong Yulong, Wang Meng, and Liu Haixiong for their sampling in field work. We also thank the Cultural Remains Management Office of the Xiangxi Autonomous Region, Hunan, as well as the Cultural Remains Management Office of Qianjiang District, Chongqing, for their help in field work. We also thank Professor Wang Jianhua and Professor Zhang Ke from Sun Yat-sen University for their review of an earlier draft of this paper. ; This work was financially supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (grants NSFC 40772113, 40331011, and 40671187) and by the Chongqing Cultural Remains Institute. The work was carried out based on the data provided by archaeological excavations by the Chongqing Cultural Remains Institute during the past few years. We thank all members of the excavation team for providing access to their data. We thank Tan Huizhong, Long Jingsha, Gong Yulong, Wang Meng, and Liu Haixiong for their sampling in field work. We also thank the Cultural Remains Management Office of the Xiangxi Autonomous Region, Hunan, as well as the Cultural Remains Management Office of Qianjiang District, Chongqing, for their help in field work. We also thank Professor Wang Jianhua and Professor Zhang Ke from Sun Yat-sen University for their review of an earlier draft of this paper. ; This work was financially supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (grants NSFC 40772113, 40331011, and 40671187) and by the Chongqing Cultural Remains Institute. The work was carried out based on the data provided by archaeological excavations by the Chongqing Cultural Remains Institute during the past few years. We thank all members of the excavation team for providing access to their data. We thank Tan Huizhong, Long Jingsha, Gong Yulong, Wang Meng, and Liu Haixiong for their sampling in field work. We also thank the Cultural Remains Management Office of the Xiangxi Autonomous Region, Hunan, as well as the Cultural Remains Management Office of Qianjiang District, Chongqing, for their help in field work. We also thank Professor Wang Jianhua and Professor Zhang Ke from Sun Yat-sen University for their review of an earlier draft of this paper.
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资助者This work was financially supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (grants NSFC 40772113, 40331011, and 40671187) and by the Chongqing Cultural Remains Institute. The work was carried out based on the data provided by archaeological excavations by the Chongqing Cultural Remains Institute during the past few years. We thank all members of the excavation team for providing access to their data. We thank Tan Huizhong, Long Jingsha, Gong Yulong, Wang Meng, and Liu Haixiong for their sampling in field work. We also thank the Cultural Remains Management Office of the Xiangxi Autonomous Region, Hunan, as well as the Cultural Remains Management Office of Qianjiang District, Chongqing, for their help in field work. We also thank Professor Wang Jianhua and Professor Zhang Ke from Sun Yat-sen University for their review of an earlier draft of this paper. ; This work was financially supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (grants NSFC 40772113, 40331011, and 40671187) and by the Chongqing Cultural Remains Institute. The work was carried out based on the data provided by archaeological excavations by the Chongqing Cultural Remains Institute during the past few years. We thank all members of the excavation team for providing access to their data. We thank Tan Huizhong, Long Jingsha, Gong Yulong, Wang Meng, and Liu Haixiong for their sampling in field work. We also thank the Cultural Remains Management Office of the Xiangxi Autonomous Region, Hunan, as well as the Cultural Remains Management Office of Qianjiang District, Chongqing, for their help in field work. We also thank Professor Wang Jianhua and Professor Zhang Ke from Sun Yat-sen University for their review of an earlier draft of this paper. ; This work was financially supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (grants NSFC 40772113, 40331011, and 40671187) and by the Chongqing Cultural Remains Institute. The work was carried out based on the data provided by archaeological excavations by the Chongqing Cultural Remains Institute during the past few years. We thank all members of the excavation team for providing access to their data. We thank Tan Huizhong, Long Jingsha, Gong Yulong, Wang Meng, and Liu Haixiong for their sampling in field work. We also thank the Cultural Remains Management Office of the Xiangxi Autonomous Region, Hunan, as well as the Cultural Remains Management Office of Qianjiang District, Chongqing, for their help in field work. We also thank Professor Wang Jianhua and Professor Zhang Ke from Sun Yat-sen University for their review of an earlier draft of this paper. ; This work was financially supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (grants NSFC 40772113, 40331011, and 40671187) and by the Chongqing Cultural Remains Institute. The work was carried out based on the data provided by archaeological excavations by the Chongqing Cultural Remains Institute during the past few years. We thank all members of the excavation team for providing access to their data. We thank Tan Huizhong, Long Jingsha, Gong Yulong, Wang Meng, and Liu Haixiong for their sampling in field work. We also thank the Cultural Remains Management Office of the Xiangxi Autonomous Region, Hunan, as well as the Cultural Remains Management Office of Qianjiang District, Chongqing, for their help in field work. We also thank Professor Wang Jianhua and Professor Zhang Ke from Sun Yat-sen University for their review of an earlier draft of this paper.
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[Luo, Chuanxiu] Chinese Acad Sci, CAS Key Lab Marginal Sea Geol, S China Sea Inst Oceanol, Guangzhou 510301, Guangdong, Peoples R China,[Luo, Chuanxiu,Zheng, Zhuo,et al. Palaeoenvironmental significance of grain-size distribution of river flood deposits: a study of the archaeological sites of the Apengjiang River Drainage, upper Yangtze region, Chongqing, China[J]. JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE,2013,40(2):827-840.
APA [Luo, Chuanxiu] Chinese Acad Sci, CAS Key Lab Marginal Sea Geol, S China Sea Inst Oceanol, Guangzhou 510301, Guangdong, Peoples R China.,[Luo, Chuanxiu.,Zheng, Zhuo.,Li, Jie] Sun Yat Sen Univ, Dept Earth Sci, Guangzhou 510275, Guangdong, Peoples R China.,[Zou, Houxi.,...&eezhuo@126.com.(2013).Palaeoenvironmental significance of grain-size distribution of river flood deposits: a study of the archaeological sites of the Apengjiang River Drainage, upper Yangtze region, Chongqing, China.JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE,40(2),827-840.
MLA [Luo, Chuanxiu] Chinese Acad Sci, CAS Key Lab Marginal Sea Geol, S China Sea Inst Oceanol, Guangzhou 510301, Guangdong, Peoples R China,et al."Palaeoenvironmental significance of grain-size distribution of river flood deposits: a study of the archaeological sites of the Apengjiang River Drainage, upper Yangtze region, Chongqing, China".JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE 40.2(2013):827-840.
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