TC records from the northern sea of the Shandong Peninsula over the past 1500 years
Modern observational records indicate that the activity of tropical cyclone (TC) has been influenced by changes in tropical sea surface temperatures over the past century. However, due to a lack of direct observational records and the low resolution of current TC reconstructions, further investigation is needed to understand the driving factors behind TC activity. Additionally, key parameters such as TC paths and the extent of their impact remain unclear, with limited research on the characteristics of TC impacts in the northern sea of the Shandong Peninsula. In this study, we utilized sedimentary records from the muddy area to reconstruct the TC impact history in the northern sea of the Shandong Peninsula over the past 1500 years.