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AGE, EXTENT, AND CLIMATIC SIGNIFICANCE OF THE C. 3400 BP ANIAKCHAK TEPHRA, WESTERN ALASKA, USA
citation imageBeget, James, Mason, Owen, and Anderson, Patricia, 1992, Age, extent, and climatic significance of the c. 3400 BP Aniakchak tephra, western Alaska, USA: The Holocene, v. 2, n. 1, p. 51-56.

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3091: Geochemical composition of glass shards from major Holocene tephras found in interior and western Alaska
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* Notes: nr = not reported. Fe total reported as Fe2O3. Analyses normalized to correct for water and other unanalysed components. All analyses >98% prior to normalization. Data for samples 7b and 8 recalculated from Riehle et al. (1987). Analyses completed on an automated Cameca MBX microprobe. Analytical standards and electron microprobe operating conditions described in Beget et al. (1991). Samples designated ACT are part of the reference tephrochronology collection at the Alaska Center for Tephrochronology at the University of Alaska. *

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