Magnetostratigraphy of Chinese loess-paleosol sequences
As one of the longest and most continuously deposited terrestrial sedimentary archives in the world, Chinese loess-paleosol sequences record paleoclimatic and paleomagnetic variations at a range of time scales. Magnetostratigraphic studies provide a first-order chronological framework for Chinese loess sequences. In this review, we highlight recent developments in loess magnetostratigraphy, including pedostratigraphy based on magnetic susceptibility variations. We highlight progress in...[Show more]
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