Data for: Analysis of Late Quaternary dunefield development in Asia using the Accumulation Intensity model

Published: 6 May 2019 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/w6d2543ccs.1

Description of this data

The file contains the dune age and depth data used in the calulation of the Accumulation intensity values for the analysis of Asian dune accumulation.

Data are extracted form the publically available INQUA dune Atlas database at
Date are those included in the database on publication in 2016 and refered to in Lancaster et al. (2016)

In each tab:
Column 1 gives the age code in the database (from which original sources can be identified)
Column 2 is blank
Column 3 gives the sampling depth, in m allowing individual age sampling points ina profile/section/core to be related to each other
Column 4 gives the published age (OSL or TL) in years
Column 5 giuves the associated 1 sigma age error

Data are grouped according to samplelocation, ie a cluster of ages from a section/profile/core ina dune are grouped together
Blank rows separate sites

These data were then analysed using the AI numerial model in Thomas and Bailey (2017)

Lancaster, N., Wolfe, S., Thomas, D.S.G., and 12 other.s 2016. The INQUA Dunes Atlas chronologic database. Quat. Int. 410, 3-10.

Thomas DSG, Bailey RM 2017 Is there evidence for global-scale forcing of Southern Hemisphere Quaternary desert dune accumulation? A quantitative method for testing hypotheses of dune system development. Earth Surf. Proc. Landf. 42, 2280-94.

Experiment data files

This data is associated with the following publication:

Analysis of late Quaternary dunefield development in Asia using the accumulation intensity model

Published in: Aeolian Research

Latest version

  • Version 1


    Published: 2019-05-06

    DOI: 10.17632/w6d2543ccs.1

    Cite this dataset

    Thomas, Dave; Bailey, Richard (2019), “Data for: Analysis of Late Quaternary dunefield development in Asia using the Accumulation Intensity model”, Mendeley Data, v1


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