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THE 1883 AND LATE-PREHISTORIC ERUPTIONS OF AUGUSTINE VOLCANO, ALASKA
citation imageSiebert, Lee, Beget, J. E., and Glicken, Harry, 1995, The 1883 and late-prehistoric eruptions of Augustine volcano, Alaska: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, v. 66, n. 1, p. 367-395.

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256: Geochemical analyses of glass separated from the Katmai-Novarupta 1912 and recent Augustine eruptions
* *Sample numbers beginning with "Sk" are from Skilak Lake on the Kenai Peninsula; all other samples are from Augustine Island. Geochemical analyses of Katmai 1912 and recent Mt. Augustine Tephras Alaska. Details of EMP analytical procedures, including analyses of standards given in Beget et al. (1991). A;; Fe reported as Fe 3+. All analyses normalized to 100% to correct differential hydration. HSF=hydration scaling factor used to normalize each analysis. Prefix of SK=Skilak Lake sample numbers. ACT samples indicate tephras in permanent collection of the Alaska Center for Tephrachronology (ACT) at the University of Alaska. *
257: Bulk chemical analyses of Augustine rocks
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* Samples 1-3, wet-chemical analyses by Joe Nelen, Smithsonian Institution; 1, Pumice from West Augustine lateral-blast deposit (Fig. 10, location A). 2, Pumice from West Augustine lateral-blast deposit (Fig. 10, location I). 3, 1883 north flank lava flow. Columns 4 and 5 are average and range of 22 Augustine samples (Swanson and Kienle, 1988). *

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