Data for: Magnetic mineral dissolution recorded in a lacustrine sequence from the Heqing Basin, SW China, and its relationship with changes in the Indian monsoon

Published: 09-11-2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/rdvbmjx6tt.1
Xiaoke Qiang,
xinwen xu


The dataset has two parts, rock magnetic parameters of Heqing core in the past 920 ka, and organic carbon content in Heqing core and other related paleoclimatic data. Rock magnetic parameters: magnetic susceptibility (χ), temperature (high and low temperature) dependent magnetic susceptibility, the ratio of saturation remanent magnetization to saturation magnetization (Mrs/Ms) and the ratio of coercivity of remanence to coercive force (Bcr/Bc). Paleoclimatic data: the total organic carbon content (TOC), Antarctic temperature, and 25N° solar insolation, and global sea level, and the spore/pollen ratio in core MD01-2378, sea surface temperature of NGHP 17 and the smectite/(illite + chlorite) ratio of IODP site U1457.