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TIMING AND CAUSES OF MID-HOLOCENE MAMMOTH EXTINCTION ON ST. PAUL ISLAND, ALASKA
Graham, R.W., Belmecheri, S., Choy, K., Culleton, B.J., Davies, L.J., Froese, D., Heintzman, P.D., Hritz, C., Kapp, J.D., Newsom, L.A., and Rawcliffe, R., 2016, Timing and causes of mid-Holocene mammoth extinction on St. Paul Island, Alaska: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, v. 113, n. 33, p. 9310-9314.

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5111: Normalized average major element geochemical data for the 294 cm MCD Lake Hill visible tephra
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* Averages and standard deviations for n analyzed points are shown here. Analyses have been split into distinct populations of glass where applicable. Average values for Aniakchak CFE II reference material (Zagoskin Lake, Alaska) and for secondary standards of Lipari obsidian and Old Crow tephra (81) analyzed at the same time are included for comparison. *

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