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THE LAST INTERGLACIAL TO GLACIAL TRANSITION, TOGIAK BAY, SOUTHWESTERN ALASKA
citation imageKaufman, D.S., Manley, W.F., Wolfe, A.P., Hu, F.S., Preece, S.J., Westgate, J.A., and Forman, S.L., 2001, The last interglacial to glacial transition, Togiak Bay, southwestern Alaska: Quaternary Research, v. 55, n. 2, p. 190-202.

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4241: Average Glass Major-Element Composition of Tephra Beds
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* Note. All analyses were done on a Cameca SX-50 wave-length dispersive microprobe operating at 15 kV accelerating voltage, 10- to 15-mm beam diameter, and 6-nA beam current. Standardization was achieved by the use of mineral and glass standards. Analyses were recast to 100% on a water-free basis. ( ), Standard deviation; n, number of analyses; FeOt, total iron oxide as FeO; H2Od, water by difference. UT828 is from Eva Creek, Fairbanks (see Preece et al., 1999). *
5461: Average glass trace-element composition of tephra beds
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