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PALEOGENE EVOLUTION OF PRECIPITATION IN NORTHEASTERN CHINA SUPPORTING THE MIDDLE EOCENE INTENSIFICATION OF THE EAST ASIAN MONSOON
The timing of the development of the East Asian monsoon in the geologic past is critically important for paleoclimatological studies, yet few quantitative data are available. Based on palynomorphs from six formations, supplemented by leaf fossils from one of these formations in Fushun, northeastern China, we present a quantitative estimate of the evolution of precipitation in this area during the middle Paleocene-late Eocene. The results demonstrate that seasonal precipitation prevailed duringdoi:10.2110/palo.2011.p11-019r fatcat:hqn4m2k6jjh7rfe4pkmmsr7jje