Monsoonal precipitation variation in the East Asia since A.D. 1840 ——Tree-ring evidences from China and Korea

@article{Yu2003MonsoonalPV,
  title={Monsoonal precipitation variation in the East Asia since A.D. 1840 ——Tree-ring evidences from China and Korea},
  author={L. Yu and W. Park and Cai Qiu-fang and Jung-Wook Seo Hyun-Sook Jung},
  journal={Science China-earth Sciences},
  year={2003},
  volume={46},
  pages={1031-1039}
}
  • L. Yu, W. Park, +1 author Jung-Wook Seo Hyun-Sook Jung
  • Published 2003
  • Geology
  • Science China-earth Sciences
  • Three tree-ring rainfall reconstructions from China and Korea are used in this paper to investigate the East Asian summer monsoon-related precipitation variation over the past 160 years. Statistically, there is no linear correlation on a year-by-year basis between Chinese and Korean monsoon rainfall, but region-wide synchronous variation on a decadal-scale was observed. More rainfall intervals were 1860-1890, 1910-1925, and 1940-1960, and dry or even drought peri-ods were 1890-1910, 1925-1940… CONTINUE READING
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