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Carbonate mineral is the major salt mineral in the lake.
Millennial-scale evolution of salt minerals reflects the general rules of Salt Lake, and changes in salt minerals correspond with variations in other proxies.
Basin-wide Holocene environmental changes in the marginal area of the Asian monsoon, northwest China. The reference guide is designed to organize literatures in relevant disciplines, which is good for scientists to understand the late Quaternary environments easily, while the guide also represents the research progress of Lanzhou University on the late Quaternary environments.
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Multiple factors causing Holocene lake-level change in monsoonal and arid central Asia as identified by model experiments. Younger Dryas event recorded by the mirabilite deposition in Huahai Lake, Hexi Corridor, NW China. The grain size characteristics of aeolian sand and its environmental significance. (in Chinese)  Hu, G., Wang, N., Zhao, Q., Cheng, H., Chen, Y., Guo, J., 2003. Holocene Climatic Periodicities Recorded from Lake Sediments in the/Arid–Semiarid Areas of Northwestern China. (in Chinese) 5 Mid-Holocene dry intervals in Zhuye Lake Mid-Holocene drought events were widely recovered from lake sediments in monsoon marginal zones, but the time scales and mechanisms are still in dispute. A mid–Holocene drought interval as evidenced by lake desiccation in the Alashan Plateau, Inner Mongolia China.  Chen, F., Cheng, B., Zhao, Y., Zhu, Y., Madsen, D. Holocene environmental change inferred from a high–resolution pollen record, Lake Zhuyeze, arid China. The spatial and time scales for the dry mid–Holocene event in Zhuye Lake. (in Chinese) 6 Chronologies in Zhuye Lake Chronologies of lake sediments in Zhuye Lake were mainly from pollen concentrates, bulk organic matter, bulk inorganic matter and mollusk shells AMS 14C and conventional 14C dating, as well as OSL dating.
Millennial-scale erosion rates in three inland drainage basins and their controlling factors since the Last Deglaciation, arid China. Characteristics of spore–pollen and ancient climate changes in inlands of Northwest China. (in Chinese) 3 Millennial-scale environmental changes in Huahai Lake, northwest China Millennium-scale environmental changes recorded in the sediments of Huahai Lake showed that basin-wide runoff was high while erosion and deposition processes were intense during the early Holocene.
These changes in lithology can be linked to lake hydrodynamic conditions and sand activities in the area.
Carbonate formation and water level changes in a paleo-lake and its implication for carbon cycle and climate change, arid China. Zhuye Lake and the Hexi Corridor are located in the northern edge of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, on the northern side of the Qilian Mountains, while in a transition zone between the Gobi desert and highland.
Water balance of Huahai Lake Basin during a special phase. (in Chinese) 4 Millennial-scale climate change cycles in Zhuye Lake Paleoenvironmental proxies in lake sediments from Zhuye Lake show that there are distinct ~256 ~512 ~1024 climate cycles, which are consistent with millennial-scale and centennial-scale climate cycles in the typical Asian summer monsoon domain during the Holocene. A mid–Holocene drought interval as evidenced by lake desiccation in the Alashan Plateau, Inner Mongolia China. According to lithology, chronology and paleoclimate proxies, this drought event occurred mainly between ~ 8.0-~ 7.0 cal kyr BP and its influence was limited in the middle and lower reaches of the Shiyang River whereas the upper reaches were less affected. A comparison between different dating methods and results shows that the reservoir effect was relatively weak during the Holocene.
Holocene palynological records and their responses to the controversies of climate system in the Shiyang River drainage basin. Environmental change implied by the relationship between pollen assemblages and grain–size in NW Chinese lake sediments since the Late Glacial. This change shows the effects of the Asian summer monsoon on the millennial-scale and variations of the northern boundary of the Asian summer monsoon. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 365–366, 263–275.  Li, Y., Wang, N., Li, Z., Zhou, X., Zhang, C., 2013.
Holocene environmental change in the marginal area of the Asian monsoon: A record from Zhuye Lake, NW China.  Li, Y., Wang, N., Morrill, C., Cheng, H., Long, H., Zhao, Q., 2009. Holocene climate variations from Zhuyeze terminal lake records in East Asian monsoon margin in arid northern China. 2 Millennial-scale environmental changes in Yanchi Lake, northwest China The Yanchi Lake record is consistent with paleoclimate records from typical monsoon domain and the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, which indicates the lake expansion during the Late Glacial and early Holocene and a lake retreat during the late Holocene. Millennial–scale erosion rates in three inland drainage basins and their controlling factors since the Last Deglaciation, arid China.
Sands in the lake have experienced both the aeolian and the lacustrine deposition processes, indicating the complicated formation processes of those sand layers.