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Advances in Earth Science  2016, Vol. 31 Issue (11): 1182-1196    DOI: 10.11867/j.issn.1001-8166.2016.11.1182
    
Climatic Character of Marine Isotope Stage (MIS) 5e in the Representative Regions of the World: A Review
Pei Qiaomin1, Ma Yuzhen1, *, Hu Caili1, Li Dandan2, Guo Chao1, Liu Jierui1
1.State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Process and Resource Ecology/Key Laboratory of Environmental Change and Natural Disaster,Ministry of Education,Beijing Normal University,Beijing 100875,China;
2.College of Resource Science and Technology, Beijing Normal University, Beijing 100875, China
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The Last Interglacial or Marine Isotope Stage (MIS) 5e, is of great interest because it serves as an analog for the Holocene. The climate change and duration during Marine isotope stage (MIS) 5e are considerably well understood for recent and future climate. Despite great interest in this subject over many years, a number of issues concerning the climate circumstances of MIS 5e are by no means resolved. We analyzed 35 published palaeoclimate records with reliable chronologies and robust proxies in typical region of the world to evaluate climate change during MIS 5e. These data indicate that: ① The duration of this warm phase is thought to range from (128±2) ka to (116±2) ka. The climate of MIS 5e was likely relatively stable with a number of abrupt, weak amplitude, cool and/or arid events. And the difference between regions is noticeable for the occurrence, amplitude, onset and duration of these events. For example, marine records from the North Atlantic indicate that the climate of MIS 5e was relatively stable, however the records from Norwegian sea show that the climate of MIS 5e had a significant changes at the beginning and cold event in the Mid-Eemian; The δ18O, δD and CH4 in the ice cores from Greenland and Antarctica imply that climate was relatively stable during the last interglacial period, while in Europe from the north to the south the duration of this phase became shorter and the intensity of climatic events became stronger. In addition, the climatic conditions of MIS 5e reconstructed by climate proxy from China are various and have the subject of some controversy. ②The global climate response to the insolation forcing would have been uniform on suborbital timescale. Nevertheless, as a result of regional sundry climatic forcing factors, global millennial-scale/century-scale climate oscillations were marked by significant local features during stage 5e. ③ Based on the better chronological controls, the estimation of climate parameters, the high-resolution climate records, and precise knowledge of the phase relationship between climate changes in global, the earlier depiction for climate circumstances and environment change during Marine Isotope Stage 5e should be refined and our understanding of the climate dynamics and mechanism and climate modelling should be improved.

Key words:  Marine oxygen Isotope Stage 5e (MIS 5e)      Cold event.      Climate change      Proxy     
Received:  22 July 2016      Published:  20 November 2016
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Project supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China “Study on the evolvement of the Ancient River Lakes and the evolution process of aeolian sand landforms in Mu Us Desert” (No.41330748); the National Natural Science Foundation Surface Project of China “High resolution pollen records and environmental changes in the Late Quaternary of the Mu Us Desert”(No.41571186)

Corresponding Authors:  Ma Yuzhen(1957-), female, Taikang City, He’nan Province, Professor. Research areas include environmental change.E-mail:mayzh@bnu.edu.cn   
About author:  Pei Qiaomin(1991-), female, Tangshan City, Hebei Province, Master student. Research areas include environmental Change.E-mail:pqm@mail.bnu.edu.cn
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Pei Qiaomin, Ma Yuzhen, Hu Caili, Li Dandan, Guo Chao, Liu Jierui. Climatic Character of Marine Isotope Stage (MIS) 5e in the Representative Regions of the World: A Review. Advances in Earth Science, 2016, 31(11): 1182-1196.

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