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学科主题: 自然地理学
题名: Oxygen-18 concentrations in recent precipitation and ice cores on the Tibetan Plateau
作者: Tian L(田立德) ; Yao T(姚檀栋) ; Schuster PF ; White JWC ; Ichiyanagi K ; Pendall E ; Pu J ; Wu Y
关键词: Tibetan Plateau, oxygen isotope, precipitation, ice core.
刊名: JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
发表日期: 2003
卷: 108, 期:D9, 页:4293
收录类别: SCI
合作性质: 国际
摘要: [1] A detailed study of the climatic significance of 18O in precipitation was completed on a 1500 km southwest-northeast transect of the Tibetan Plateau in central Asia. Precipitation samples were collected at four meteorological stations for up to 9 years. This study shows that the gradual impact of monsoon precipitation affects the spatial variation of 18O-T relationship along the transect. Strong monsoon activity in the southern Tibetan Plateau results in high precipitation rates and more depleted heavy isotopes. This depletion mechanism is described as a precipitation “amount effect” and results in a poor 18O-T relationship at both seasonal and annual scales. In the middle of the Tibetan Plateau, the effects of the monsoon are diminished but continue to cause a reduced correlation of 18O and temperature at the annual scale. At the monthly scale, however, a significant 18O-T relationship does exist. To the north of the Tibetan Plateau beyond the extent of the effects of monsoon precipitation, 18O in precipitation shows a strong temperature dependence. 18O records from two shallow ice cores and historic air temperature data were compared to verify the modern 18O-T relationship. 18O in Dunde ice core was positively correlated with air temperature from a nearby meteorological station in the north of the plateau. The 18O variation in an ice core from the southern Plateau, however, was inversely correlated with precipitation amount at a nearby meteorological station and also the accumulation record in ice core. The long-term variation of 18O in the ice core record in the monsoon regions of the southern Tibetan Plateau suggest past monsoon seasons were probably more expansive. It is still unclear, however, how changes in large-scale atmosphere circulation might influence summer monsoon precipitation on the Tibetan Plateau.
英文摘要: [1] A detailed study of the climatic significance of 18O in precipitation was completed on a 1500 km southwest-northeast transect of the Tibetan Plateau in central Asia. Precipitation samples were collected at four meteorological stations for up to 9 years. This study shows that the gradual impact of monsoon precipitation affects the spatial variation of 18O-T relationship along the transect. Strong monsoon activity in the southern Tibetan Plateau results in high precipitation rates and more depleted heavy isotopes. This depletion mechanism is described as a precipitation “amount effect” and results in a poor 18O-T relationship at both seasonal and annual scales. In the middle of the Tibetan Plateau, the effects of the monsoon are diminished but continue to cause a reduced correlation of 18O and temperature at the annual scale. At the monthly scale, however, a significant 18O-T relationship does exist. To the north of the Tibetan Plateau beyond the extent of the effects of monsoon precipitation, 18O in precipitation shows a strong temperature dependence. 18O records from two shallow ice cores and historic air temperature data were compared to verify the modern 18O-T relationship. 18O in Dunde ice core was positively correlated with air temperature from a nearby meteorological station in the north of the plateau. The 18O variation in an ice core from the southern Plateau, however, was inversely correlated with precipitation amount at a nearby meteorological station and also the accumulation record in ice core. The long-term variation of 18O in the ice core record in the monsoon regions of the southern Tibetan Plateau suggest past monsoon seasons were probably more expansive. It is still unclear, however, how changes in large-scale atmosphere circulation might influence summer monsoon precipitation on the Tibetan Plateau.
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Tian L,Yao T,Schuster PF,White JWC,Ichiyanagi K,Pendall E,Pu J,Wu Y.Oxygen-18 concentrations in recent precipitation and ice cores on the Tibetan Plateau.JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES,2003,108(D9):4293
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