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Datasets of project "Neogene Climate Evolution in Eurasia"

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  1. (Appendix) Oligocene to Pliocene palaeoclimate from Russia and Siberia based on carpofloras

    Popova, Svetlana; Utescher, Torsten; Gromyko, Dmitriy; Bruch, Angela A; Mosbrugger, Volker

  2. Miocene microflora and palaeoclimatic estimates of the Stetten section (Austria)

    Kern, Andrea; Harzhauser, Mathias; Mandic, Oleg; Roetzel, Reinhard; Coric, Stjepan; Bruch, Angela A; Zuschin, Martin
    Pollen analyses have been proven to possess the possibility to decipher rapid vegetational and climate shifts in Neogene sedimentary records. Herein, a c. 21-kyr-long transgression-regression cycle from the Lower Austrian locality Stetten is analysed in detail to evaluate climatic benchmarks for the early phase of the Middle Miocene Climate Optimum and to estimate the pace of environmental change. Based on the Coexistence Approach, a very clear signal of seasonality can be reconstructed. A warm and wet summer season with c. 204-236 mm precipitation during the wettest month was opposed by a rather dry winter season with precipitation of c. 9-24...

  3. (Table 1) Spores and pollen abundances of the Miocene Stetten section (Austria)

    Kern, Andrea; Harzhauser, Mathias; Mandic, Oleg; Roetzel, Reinhard; Coric, Stjepan; Bruch, Angela A; Zuschin, Martin

  4. (Appendix A) Miocene palaeoclimatic estimates based on palynomorphs from Stetten section (Austria)

    Kern, Andrea; Harzhauser, Mathias; Mandic, Oleg; Roetzel, Reinhard; Coric, Stjepan; Bruch, Angela A; Zuschin, Martin

  5. Neogene floras and palaeoclimatic estimates from various sites of South-West China

    Sun, Bai-Nian; Wu, Jing-Yu; Liu, Yu-Sheng Christopher; Ding, Su-Ting; Li, Xiang-Chuan; Xie, San-Ping; Yan, De-Fei; Lin, Zhi-Cheng
    Neogene climates and vegetation history of western Yunnan are reconstructed on the basis of known fossil plants using the Coexistence Approach (CA) and Leaf Margin Analysis (LMA). Four Neogene leaf floras from Tengchong, Jianchuan and Eryuan in southwestern China are analyzed by the CA, and the paleoclimatic data of one Miocene carpoflora from Longling and three Pliocene palynofloras from Longling, Yangyi and Eryuan are used for comparison. The Miocene vegetation of the whole of West Yunnan is subtropical evergreen broad-leaved forest, and a similar mean annual precipitation is inferred for Tengchong, Longling and Jianchuan. However, by the Late Pliocene a...

  6. (Appendix 1) Neogene fossil macrofloras from four sites of South-West China

    Sun, Bai-Nian; Wu, Jing-Yu; Liu, Yu-Sheng Christopher; Ding, Su-Ting; Li, Xiang-Chuan; Xie, San-Ping; Yan, De-Fei; Lin, Zhi-Cheng

  7. (Table 1) Neogene palaeoclimatic estimates based on eight fossil samples from South-West China

    Sun, Bai-Nian; Wu, Jing-Yu; Liu, Yu-Sheng Christopher; Ding, Su-Ting; Li, Xiang-Chuan; Xie, San-Ping; Yan, De-Fei; Lin, Zhi-Cheng

  8. (Table 2) Miocene palaeoclimatic estimates based on 35 fossil floras from Northern China

    Liu, Yu-Sheng Christopher; Utescher, Torsten; Zhou, Zhekun; Sun, Bainian

  9. Early - Late Miocene palaeoclimate data and palaefloras of 48 samples from Southern China

    Yao, Yi-Feng; Bruch, Angela A; Mosbrugger, Volker; Li, Cheng-Sen
    Southern China, especially Yunnan, has undergone high tectonic activity caused by the uplift of Himalayan Mountains during the Neogene, which led to a fast changing palaeogeography. Previous study shows that Southern China has been influenced by the Asian Monsoon since at least the Early Miocene. However, it is yet not well understood how intense the Miocene monsoon system was. In the present study, 63 fossil floras of 16 localities from Southern China are compiled and evaluated for obtaining available information concerning floristic composition, stratigraphic age, sedimentology, etc. Based on such reliable information, selected mega- and micro-floras have been analysed with...

  10. Miocene micro and macro floras from 48 samples of Southern China

    Yao, Yi-Feng; Bruch, Angela A; Mosbrugger, Volker; Li, Cheng-Sen

  11. (Table 3) Miocene palaeoclimate estimates based on floras of 48 samples from Southern China

    Yao, Yi-Feng; Bruch, Angela A; Mosbrugger, Volker; Li, Cheng-Sen

  12. Miocene microflora of Lunpola Basin (China)

    Yao, Yi-Feng; Bruch, Angela A; Mosbrugger, Volker; Li, Cheng-Sen
    Southern China, especially Yunnan, has undergone high tectonic activity caused by the uplift of Himalayan Mountains during the Neogene, which led to a fast changing palaeogeography. Previous study shows that Southern China has been influenced by the Asian Monsoon since at least the Early Miocene. However, it is yet not well understood how intense the Miocene monsoon system was. In the present study, 63 fossil floras of 16 localities from Southern China are compiled and evaluated for obtaining available information concerning floristic composition, stratigraphic age, sedimentology, etc. Based on such reliable information, selected mega- and micro-floras have been analysed with...

  13. Late Miocene palaeoflora and palaeoclimate of Lincang (China)

    Jacques, Frédéric M B; Guo, Shuang-Xing; Su, Tao; Xing, Yao-Wu; Huang, Yong-Jiang; Liu, Yu-Sheng Christopher; Ferguson, David-Kay; Zhou, Zhekun
    The Miocene Lincang leaf assemblage is used in this paper as proxy data to reconstruct the palaeoclimate of southwestern Yunnan (SW China) and the evolution of monsoon intensity. Three quantitative methods were chosen for this reconstruction, i.e. Leaf Margin Analysis (LMA), Climate Leaf Analysis Multivariate Program (CLAMP), and the Coexistence Approach (CA). These methods, however, yield inconsistent results, particularly for the precipitation, as also shown in European and other East Asian Cenozoic floras. The wide range of the reconstructed climatic parameters includes the Mean Annual Temperature (MAT) of 18.5-24.7 °C and the Mean Annual Precipitation (MAP) of 1213-3711 mm. Compared...

  14. Leaf physiognomic composition of the Late Miocene palaeoflora of Lincang (China)

    Jacques, Frédéric M B; Guo, Shuang-Xing; Su, Tao; Xing, Yao-Wu; Huang, Yong-Jiang; Liu, Yu-Sheng Christopher; Ferguson, David-Kay; Zhou, Zhekun

  15. Leaf physiognomic character scores of Late Miocene palaeoflora of Lincang (China)

    Jacques, Frédéric M B; Guo, Shuang-Xing; Su, Tao; Xing, Yao-Wu; Huang, Yong-Jiang; Liu, Yu-Sheng Christopher; Ferguson, David-Kay; Zhou, Zhekun

  16. Late Miocene palaeoclimate of Lincang (China)

    Jacques, Frédéric M B; Guo, Shuang-Xing; Su, Tao; Xing, Yao-Wu; Huang, Yong-Jiang; Liu, Yu-Sheng Christopher; Ferguson, David-Kay; Zhou, Zhekun

  17. (Table 1) Late Miocene macroflora of Lincang (China)

    Jacques, Frédéric M B; Guo, Shuang-Xing; Su, Tao; Xing, Yao-Wu; Huang, Yong-Jiang; Liu, Yu-Sheng Christopher; Ferguson, David-Kay; Zhou, Zhekun

  18. Microflora from Molasse sediments in southern Germany

    Seitner, Liselotte
    1. Polleninventar: Erstmals wurde der Sporomorpheninhalt der Süssbrackwassermolasse und der Oberen Süsswassermolasse Südbayerns einer umfassenden Sichtung unterzogen. Von den überprüften 92 Fundstellen erwiesen sich 55 als sporomorphenführend. Nur 15 davon waren so ergiebig, daß ihr Inhalt quantitativ erfaßt und als Grundlage für die Erstellung eines Diagramms herangezogen werden konnte. Dennoch weist der systematische Katalog 272 Formen auf. Dies ist eine im Vergleich mit anderen, in neuerer Zeit bearbeiteten neogenen Pollenfloren Mitteleuropas sehr große Zahl, wie folgende Angaben belegen: Niederrheinische Braunkohle 175 Arten, Braunkohle der Oberpfalz 138 Arten, subalpine Flözmolasse Bayerns 93 Arten und subalpine Molasse der Ostschweiz und der zentralen...

  19. Miocene flora and paleoclimate estimations of Schrotzburg, South Germany

    Uhl, Dieter; Bruch, Angela A; Traiser, Christopher; Klotz, Stefan
    We present a detailed palaeoclimate analysis of the Middle Miocene (uppermost Badenian-lowermost Sarmatian) Schrotzburg locality in S Germany, based on the fossil macro- and micro-flora, using four different methods for the estimation of palaeoclimate parameters: the coexistence approach (CA), leaf margin analysis (LMA), the Climate-Leaf Analysis Multivariate Program (CLAMP), as well as a recently developed multivariate leaf physiognomic approach based on an European calibration dataset (ELPA). Considering results of all methods used, the following palaeoclimate estimates seem to be most likely: mean annual temperature ~15-16°C (MAT), coldest month mean temperature ~7°C (CMMT), warmest month mean temperature between 25 and 26°C,...

  20. Miocene macro and microflora of Reith (Austria)

    Kovar-Eder, Johanna; Krainer, Bernhard

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