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Paleoclimatic implications from late Quaternary terrestrial archives in the Gobi Desert: examples from the Ejina Basin and Orog Nuur Basin
Considerable efforts have been devoted to disentangle the late Quaternary moisture and thermal evolution of arid central Asia. However, an array of paramount aspects has inhibited our complete understanding of the broad pattern of Quaternary moisture and thermal history of arid central Asia and underlying mechanisms.The Ejina Basin, with its suite of different sediment archives, is known as one of the main sources for the loess accumulation on the Chinese Loess Plateau. In order to understanddoi:10.18154/rwth-2017-01045 fatcat:kgdxa672uzdbpkcqldzzp3bzmq