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WIDESPREAD TEPHRA LAYERS IN THE BERING SEA SEDIMENTS: DISTAL CLUES TO LARGE EXPLOSIVE ERUPTIONS FROM THE ALEUTIAN VOLCANIC ARC
Derkachev, A.N., Ponomareva, V.V., Portnyagin, M.V., Gorbarenko, S.A., Nikolaeva, N.A., Malakhov, M.I., Zelenin, E.A., Nurnberg, D., and Liu, Yanguang, 2018, Widespread tephra layers in the Bering Sea sediments: distal clues to large explosive eruptions from the Aleutian volcanic arc: Bulletin of Volcanology, 17 p., v. 80, n. 80, doi: 0.1007/s00445-018-1254-9

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5891: Average chemical composition of volcanic glass from tephra layers in the Bering Sea sediments
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5901: Mean trace element compositions of volcanic glass from tephra in Bering Sea sediments
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