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Abrupt climate oscillations during the last deglaciation in central north america
  • Yu., Eicher
  • Environmental Science, Geography
    Science
  • 18 December 1998
TLDR
Evidence from stable isotopes and a variety of proxies from two Ontario lakes demonstrate that many of the late glacial-to-early Holocene events that are well known from the North Atlantic seaboard also occurred in central North America, implying that climatic forcing acted in the same manner in both regions and that atmospheric circulation played an important role in the propagation of these events.
OSL chronology and paleoclimatic implications of paleodunes in the middle and southwestern Qaidam Basin, Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau
Aeolian sediments are widely distributed in the Qaidam Basin, northeastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau (QTP). The paleodunes are mainly located at the southeastern, middle and southwestern Qaidam Basin.
Early Cambrian stenothecoid molluscs from China
  • Yu.
  • Biology, Geology
  • 2009
A new species of Stenothecoides, S. yochelsoni sp. nov., is described from the Early Cambrian Huangshandong Member of the Tongying Formation in Eastern Yangtze Gorge, western Hubei, China. This
High-resolution climate recorded in the
Heavy metals,polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and organochlorine pesticides in the surface sediments of mangrove swamps from coastal sites along the Leizhou Peninsula,South China
Contents of heavy metals,polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs),dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethanes (DDTs) and hexachlorcyclohexanes (HCHs) in surface sediments from mangrove areas of the Leizhou
Two New Species of the Genus Curtonotus Stephens ( Coleoptera , Carabidae ) from the South of the Russian Far East
Two new species of the genus Curtonotus, C. /arisae sp. n. and C. kataevi sp. n. , are described from the alpine zone of southern Sikhote-Alin Mountains. Examination of the carabids collected by me
The phylogeny and classification of the tribe Halictini , with special reference to the Halictus genus-group ( Hymenoptera : Halictidae )
  • Yu.
  • Biology
  • 2015
The monophyly of the cosmopolitan tribe Halictini, including over 2300 currently recognized species, is supported by at least a single manifested synapomorphy shared by all members of the tribe:
COMMENT ON "NAMING OF THE SUBMARINE CANYONS OFF NORTHEASTERN TAIWAN: A NOTE" BY HO-SHING
Based on the bathymetric data colleted in 1992 and 1993, the two prominent valley-like submarine features off the northeastern coast of Taiwan which were named by Yu (1992) "Chilung Canyon" and
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