Magnetic properties and geochemistry of the Xiashu Loess in the present subtropical area of China, and their implications for pedogenic intensity

@inproceedings{Zhang2007MagneticPA,
  title={Magnetic properties and geochemistry of the Xiashu Loess in the present subtropical area of China, and their implications for pedogenic intensity},
  author={Weiguo Zhang and Lizhong Yu and Min Lu and Xiangmin Zheng and Yuxin Shi},
  year={2007}
}
Variations in the magnetic susceptibility of Chinese loess have been used to indicate pedogenic intensity and therefore past climate across the Chinese Loess Plateau (CLP). However, the relationship between climate and magnetic properties has not been fully resolved, and therefore a study of loess sections distributed over a wider climatic region is timely. In this study, we have investigated a 22.1 m loess section (named the Xiashu Loess) at Dagang, China, by integrating both rock magnetic and… CONTINUE READING

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