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EVIDENCE OF MULTIPLE THERMOKARST LAKE GENERATIONS FROM AN 11 800-YEAR-OLD PERMAFROST CORE ON THE NORTHERN SEWARD PENINSULA, ALASKA
Lenz, Josefine, Wetterich, Sebastian, Jones, B.M., Meyer, Hanno, Bobrov, Anatoly, and Grosse, Guido, 2016, Evidence of multiple thermokarst lake generations from an 11 800‐year‐old permafrost core on the northern Seward Peninsula, Alaska: Boreas, v. 45, no. 4, p. 584-603.

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5121: Electron probe analyses of glass shards from different tephra samples from the Seward Peninsula
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* Data are expressed as normalized mean (volatile-free) values (wt%), number of single glass shards analysed and their standard deviations (SD). Single non-normalized data of all samples and the Lipari obsidian reference standard are given in Table S2. *

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