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3500-year western Pacific storm record warns of additional storm activity in a warming warm pool
Yue, Yuanfu; Yu, Kefu; Tao, Shichen1; Zhang, Huiling2; Liu, Guohui1; Wang, Ning; Jiang, Wei; Fan, Tianla; Lin, Wuhui; Wang, Yinghui
2019
Source PublicationPALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY
ISSN0031-0182
Volume521Pages:57
AbstractFrequent storm surges often cause catastrophic impacts on human lives and the global economy; however, these phenomena are not well understood. In this study, a regional storm reconstruction is performed based on a grain size analysis and stratigraphic modelling of the accelerator mass spectrometry radiocarbon dates of benthic foraminifera from two neighbouring lagoon cores from Lingyang Reef in the Xisha Islands located in the northern South China Sea of the western Pacific. The dating results from the lagoon cores reveal a similar to 3500-year depositional history. Three different depositional units are recognized based on a time series of distinct grain-size variations that correspond to the following three stages of storm activity: intense and frequent storms from similar to 3500 to 3100 cal yr BP and 1800 cal yr BP to present and weak and infrequent storms from similar to 3100 to 1800 cal yr BP. A high sedimentation rate remarked by reverse and chaos age is observed from similar to 2800 to 2600 cal yr BP in both cores, and it was likely associated with a tsunami event. In addition, grain-size variability may be associated with changes over time caused by the synchronous Asian monsoon and may also be correlated with climate records retrieved from the ice cores from Greenland; thus, this variability could indicate pervasive global climatic teleconnections. The overall temporal patterns of the isolated coral branches and shells from the sediment sequences are well correlated with the high sea surface temperatures in the western tropical Pacific. We suggest that increasing sea surface temperatures in the future may lead to more intense storm activity in the western Pacific warm pool as the planet warms.
DepartmentOMG
KeywordCoral reef lagoon Storm reconstruction Grain size South China Sea Western Pacific Late Holocene
DOI10.1016/j.palaeo.2019.02.009
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.scsio.ac.cn/handle/344004/17963
Collection中科院边缘海地质重点实验室
Affiliation1.Guangxi Univ, Sch Marine Sci, Coral Reef Res Ctr China, Guangxi Lab Study Coral Reef South China Sea, Nanning 530004, Peoples R China
2.Chinese Acad Sci, South China Sea Inst Oceanol, Key Lab Marginal Sea Geol, Guangzhou 510301, Guangdong, Peoples R China
3.Guangdong Ocean Univ, Fac Ocean Engn, Dept Ocean Engn, Zhanjiang 524088, Peoples R China
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Yue, Yuanfu,Yu, Kefu,Tao, Shichen,et al. 3500-year western Pacific storm record warns of additional storm activity in a warming warm pool[J]. PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY,2019,521:57, 71.
APA Yue, Yuanfu.,Yu, Kefu.,Tao, Shichen.,Zhang, Huiling.,Liu, Guohui.,...&Wang, Yinghui.(2019).3500-year western Pacific storm record warns of additional storm activity in a warming warm pool.PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY,521,57.
MLA Yue, Yuanfu,et al."3500-year western Pacific storm record warns of additional storm activity in a warming warm pool".PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY 521(2019):57.
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