Ding, Wei; Xu, Qinghai; Tarasov, Pavel E (2017): Pollen-based precipitation reconstructions for the last 14.7 kyr in the East Asian summer monsoon margin. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.880993, Supplement to: Ding, W et al. (2017): Examining bias in pollen-based quantitative climate reconstructions induced by human impact on vegetation in China. Climate of the Past, 13(9), 1285-1300, https://doi.org/10.5194/cp-13-1285-2017
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Pollen-based past climate reconstruction for regions with long-term human occupation is always controversial. We examined the bias induced by the human impact on vegetation in a climate reconstruction for temperate eastern China by comparing the deviations in the reconstructed results for a fossil record (Lake Gonghai, 38.54°N, 112.14°E) based on two pollen-climate calibration sets. Climatic signals in pollen assemblages are indeed obscured by human impact; however, the extent of the bias could be assessed. The reconstructed anunal precipitation values of the last 14.7 kyr in the East Asian summer monsoon margin are given in the data set.
Latitude: 38.540000 * Longitude: 112.140000
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|1||AGE||Age||ka BP||Ding, Wei||Geocode|
|2||Precipitation, annual mean||MAP||mm||Ding, Wei||Reconstructed||with N-set|
|3||Precipitation, annual mean, standard error||MAP std e||±||Ding, Wei||Reconstructed||with N-set|
|4||Precipitation, annual mean||MAP||mm||Ding, Wei||Reconstructed||with H-set|
|5||Precipitation, annual mean, standard error||MAP std e||±||Ding, Wei||Reconstructed||with H-set|
|6||Human influence index||HII||Ding, Wei||mean HII of 5 best analogues_N-set|
|7||Human influence index, standard error||HII std e||±||Ding, Wei||mean HII of 5 best analogues_N-set|
|8||Human influence index||HII||Ding, Wei||mean HII of 5 best analogues_H-set|
|9||Human influence index, standard error||HII std e||±||Ding, Wei||mean HII of 5 best analogues_H-set|
|10||Pollen, tree||Tree pollen||%||Ding, Wei|
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