Reconstructing a late Neolithic extreme storm event on the southern Yangtze coast, East China, based on sedimentary records and numerical modeling

Published: 29 September 2021| Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/b8t2nr53jn.3
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Zhanghua Wang

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To estimate the storm event at ca. 4.5 ka on the east China coast, this study compiled all sediment cores and profiles collected the Neolithic sites, and reconstructed the paleo-topography at that time. The supplementary material includes the grids for the numerical modeling, the grain size of the storm deposits, the spatial distribution of precipitation of typical typhoon events, and the flooding by the Super Typhoon Feitow in 2013. All detail information and radiocarbon ages of the sediment cores and profiles are also indicated in the tables in the supplementary material. Photos of lithology of sediment cores drilled in the northern Ningbo Plain are included in a seperated file.

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East China Normal University

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