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RECURRING MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE OUTBURST FLOODS IN EAST-CENTRAL ALASKA
citation imageFroese, D.G., Smith, D.G., Westgate, J.A., Ager, T.A., Preece, S.J., Sandhu, A., Enkin, R.J., and Weber, F., 2003, Recurring middle Pleistocene outburst floods in east-central Alaska: Quaternary Research, v. 60, n. 1, p. 50-62, doi: 10.1016/S0033-5894(03)00090-5 .

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3691: Average major-element composition of glass shards of Tephra beds
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* All analyses done on a Cameca SX-50 wavelength-dispersive microprobe operating at 15-keV accelerating voltage, 10 micron beam diameter, and 6-nA beam current. Standardization achieved by use of mineral and glass standards. Analyses recast to 100% on a water-free basis. (#), standard deviation; n, number of analyses; FeOt, total iron oxide as FeO; H2Od, water by difference; Pop., glass shard population. Average composition in wt% based on the following samples: GI Fairbanks (UT788), GI Chester Bluff (UT1666, UT1743); Charley River tephra (UT1667, UT1677, UT1683, and UT1745). *

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