THE MOUNT EDGECUMBE TEPHRA DEPOSITS: A MARKER HORIZON IN SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA NEAR THE PLEISTOCENE-HOLOCENE BOUNDARY
Riehle, J. R., Mann, D. H., Peteet, D. M., Engstrom, D. R., Brew, D. A., and Meyer, C. E., 1992, The Mount Edgecumbe tephra deposits: a marker horizon in southeastern Alaska near the Pleistocene-Holocene boundary: Quaternary Research, v. 37, n. 2, p. 183-202.
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1273: Compositions of glass separates from representative near-vent dacitic and rhyolitic pyroclasts of the Mount Edgecumbe volcanic field, Alaska.
1283: Glass compositions and petrographic descriptions of representative distal tephra deposits