Sensitivity of Sediment Magnetic Records to Climate Change during Holocene for the Northern South China Sea
Magnetic property has been proved to be a sensitive proxy to climate change for both terrestrial and marine sediments. Based on the schedule frame established by AMS 14C dating of foraminifera, detail magnetic analyses were performed for core PC24 sediments at sampling intervals of 2 cm to discuss magnetic sensitivity of marine sediment to climate during Holocene for the northern South China Sea. The results indicated that: (1) Concentration dependent magnetic parameters are positive...[Show more]
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