Google Search Baidu Search
(多个关键字请用"空格"格开)
您当前的位置:首页 > 科研成果 > 论文
论文

Monsoon precipitation variations in Myanmar since AD 1770: linkage to tropical ocean‐atmospheric circulations 

 
论文编号:
作者: Zaw Z
刊物名称: Climate Dynamics
所属学科:
论文题目英文: Monsoon precipitation variations in Myanmar since AD 1770: linkage to tropical ocean‐atmospheric circulations
年: Jan 2021
卷: online
期:
页:
联系作者: Fan ZX
收录类别:
影响因子: 4.486
参与作者:
备注:
摘要: To understand inter-annual to decadal summer monsoon precipitation variations in Myanmar, we developed new tree-ring chronologies of Tectona grandis (teak) from three sampling sites in north-central Myanmar where the climatic proxy is sparse. A regional chronology (spanning 1700–2016) derived from three site chronologies showed a strongly positive precipitation sensitivity during the summer monsoon (R?=?0.71), indicating that slow tree growth was detected in years of deficient precipitation. We reconstructed monsoon precipitation (May–October) for the period 1770–2016, with robust calibration-verification statistics. Our reconstruction revealed 22 (16) extremely dry (wet) years over the past 247 years. Several dry and wet episodes recorded in our reconstruction are consistent with other precipitation proxies from tropical Asia, such as the East Indian drought in 1790–1796 and the Victorian Holocaust drought in 1888–1890. The 2.0–4.0-year high-frequency periodicities revealed from spectral peaks and dominant regions of high spatial correlations indicated the summer precipitation in Myanmar is linked with broader-scale ocean-atmospheric circulations, mainly associated with the El Ni?o-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) activities due to sea surface temperature variations in the tropical Pacific Ocean. Coherent relationships of our reconstructed series with ENSO-related climate indices further support the dynamics of monsoon precipitation variability in Myanmar is inter-linked with global climate systems. Our reconstruction inferred from teak tree rings may be useful to provide valuable insight into the impacts of extreme weather events associated with monsoon hydroclimate in Myanmar.
论文下载: 下载地址
   

关闭窗口

返回首页

CAS-MART.png
数字标本.png
东南亚中心2.jpg
前往中国植物园联盟网站
W020160606696316538360.jpg
屏幕快照 2018-07-04 09.56.59.png