Prehistoric human activities in Kona basin, northeastern Qinghai Tibet Plateau and their environmental background to Lake Cuona in winter
The data set is stored in Excel format and contains two worksheets: djcn3-2-2 --- pollen, NPP and charcoaldata (original data) and djcn environmental indicators (particle size, chromaticity and magnetic susceptibility) age worksheets. There are three sheet tables in the NPP and charcoaldata worksheet, which are pollen, NPP and charcoaldata There are samples depth / clycopodium Betula Corylus Picea Pinus Ulmus Alnus (Alnus), Juglans (Juglans), Cupressaceae (Cupressaceae), Chenopodiaceae Elaeagnaceae ephdra Tamaricaceae Fabaceae Rosaceae Nitraria Cyperaceae Artemisia Poaceae aster-t taraxacum-t saussurea-t Ranunculaceae Lamiaceae Thalictrum Apiaceae Polygonum campa Nulaceae (platycodoniaceae) Gentianaceae Caprifoliaceae Caryophyllaceae GERANIACEAE Thymelaeaceae Brassicaceae (Cruciferae) Liliaceae Solanaceae Primulaceae Polypodiaceae / pyrosia gleicheniaceae Abies Limonium Moraceae Humulus Boraginaceae ）Pollen concentration data of Typhaceae, Euphorbiaceae and ongraceae were collected. NPP included samples depth / cm, Lycopodium, sordaria type (hdv-55a), sporormeiella type (hdv-113), coniochaeta type (hdv-172), delitschia spp glomus CF. fasciculatum apiosordaria type (hdv-169) cercophora type (hdv-112) arnium type (hdv-261262) thecaphora Isl-1, isl-2, isl-4, isl-5, isl-6, isl-7, isl-8 (Savoryella) ISL-9 (Valsaria?) 、 Isl-11, isl-12, isl-13 sum data. There are samples, depth / cm, Lycopodium, 20-100 in charcoal μ m、 ＞100 μ m. Data of sum. The data in the working table of djcn environmental indicators (particle size, chromaticity and magnetic susceptibility) are sample name, depth (CM), age (KA) and average particle size/ μ M particle size < 4 μ M /%, particle size < 4-63 μ M /%, particle size > 63 μ M /%, brightness, redness, yellowness, susceptibility / (10-8si), < 2 μ m（%）、 2-63 μ m（%）、 >63 μ M (%), sorting, skewness, kurtosis.
Hou, G. (2021). Prehistoric human activities in Kona basin, northeastern Qinghai Tibet Plateau and their environmental background to Lake Cuona in winter. National Tibetan Plateau Data Center, DOI: 10.11888/Paleoenv.tpdc.271272. CSTR: 18406.11.Paleoenv.tpdc.271272. (Download the reference： RIS | Bibtex )
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