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CORRELATION OF THE HOLOCENE JARVIS CREEK, TANGLE LAKES, CANTWELL, AND HAYES TEPHRAS IN SOUTH-CENTRAL AND CENTRAL ALASKA
citation imageBeget, J. E., Reger, R. D., Pinney, DeAnne, Gillispie, Tom, and Campbell, Kathy, 1991, Correlation of the Holocene Jarvis Creek, Tangle Lakes, Cantwell, and Hayes tephras in south-central and central Alaska: Quaternary Research, v. 35, n. 2, p. 174-189.

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3081: Table 3: Geochemical Analyses of Jarvis Creek, Tangle Lakes, Cantwell, and Proximal Hayes Tephras
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* Note. Analyses of Jarvis Creek, Tangle Lakes, and Cantwell tephra by Jim Beget, DeAnne Pinney, Mary Keskinen, Dianne Johnson, and Scott Cornelius. Analyses carried out on the Washington State University Cameca MBX microprobe. Standards used were CCNM-211 (obsidian), K-411 (NBS glass for Mg, Ca) and KCl (CMTB-2 for Cl). Analytical conditions: 15 kV, 13.5 nA, 8 micron beam, 10-sec counting time. Total Fe reported as Fe2O3. Major element analysis are normalized to 100%. (-) Not determined or not reported. Analytical conditions for proximal Hayes tephra reported in Riehle (1985). Hayes tephra sample numbers cited from Riehle er nl. (1990). Numbers from tephra sequence in this table used in Figure 1. *

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