Studies on the indicators of Palaeoenvironmental Evolvement on the Kunlun Mt.

Xinjiang province, located in the innermost center of the Eurasia continent, has an extremely dry climate owing to the long distance to the surrounding oceans. Some studies show that the climate has notably changed from warm-dry to warm-wet in the most parts of Xinjiang. It has aroused great concern that the climate of Xinjiang region responds to the global climate change and whether the climate will become warm-wet in future, but it is still a burning question that how to predict the possible impacts and ecology consequences of current global climate change and the artificial effects in Xinjiang region. In respect to deal with man-land relationship, it is essential to comprehend interactivities and mechanisms between environmental changes and human beings’ culture. South fringe of the Taklimakan Desert, which located in interior Euro-Asia and is taken as a multi-culture interjunction, is a sensitive-environment zone. Furthermore, many Late Paleolithic relics have been found in the neighboring area --- the north slope of Kunlun Mountain. Making a study of linkage between environmental evolvement and artificial effects is helpful to probe into the man-land relationship in extreme arid land, to present special achieves to the global climate change.