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Climate of the Past
The precipitation variations of Longxi area, northeast margin of Tibetan plateau since AD 960 are reconstructed from Chinese historical documentary records. It shows that since AD 960, the precipitation of Longxi fluctuantly decreased to the lowest in the end stage of 17th century and 18th century. After this period, the precipitation gradually 5 increased. Three short wet periods of Longxi in the last millennium were: from the end of 10th century to the early of 11th century, from the end ofdoi:10.5194/cp-4-19-2008 fatcat:uqddzv4qdbbtjncpbny3m5eax4