Triassic-Jurassic climate in continental high-latitude Asia was dominated by obliquity-paced variations (Junggar Basin, Ürümqi, China).

@article{Sha2015TriassicJurassicCI,
  title={Triassic-Jurassic climate in continental high-latitude Asia was dominated by obliquity-paced variations (Junggar Basin, {\"U}r{\"u}mqi, China).},
  author={Jingeng Sha and Paul Eric Olsen and Yanhong Pan and Daoyi Xu and Yaqiang Wang and Xiaolin Zhang and Xiaogang Yao and Vivi Vajda},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2015},
  volume={112 12},
  pages={3624-9}
}
Empirical constraints on orbital gravitational solutions for the Solar System can be derived from the Earth's geological record of past climates. Lithologically based paleoclimate data from the thick, coal-bearing, fluvial-lacustrine sequences of the Junggar Basin of Northwestern China (paleolatitude ∼60°) show that climate variability of the warm and… CONTINUE READING