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citation imagePalais, J. M., and Sigurdsson, Haraldur, 1989, Petrologic evidence of volatile emissions from major historic and pre-historic volcanic eruptions: in Berger, A., Dickenson, R. E., and Kidson, J. W., (eds.), Understanding climate change, American Geophysical Union Geophysical Monograph 0052, p. 31-53.

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4211: Electron microprobe analyses of glass inclusions and matrix glasses from volcanic eruptions, and estimates of sulfur, chlorine and fluorine yield to the atmosphere
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* See Appendix for sample identification. Values in parentheses represent the standard deviation in terms of least units cited for the value to their immediate left, thus 47.12(144) indicates a standard deviation of 1.44 wt. %. n.a. indicates not analysed. All iron calculated as FeO. All analyses corrected for sodium loss by decay curve method of Nielson and Sigurdsson (1981). Volatile difference between melt inclusion mean and matrix glass mean and percent confidence in parentheses. n.d. = not detected. *

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