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USE OF VOLCANIC GLASS FROM ASH AS A MONITORING TOOL: AN EXAMPLE FROM THE 1992 ERUPTIONS OF CRATER PEAK, MOUNT SPURR VOLCANO, ALASKA
citation imageSwanson, S. E., Harbin, M. L., and Riehle, J. R., 1995, Use of volcanic glass from ash as a monitoring tool: an example from the 1992 eruptions of Crater Peak, Mount Spurr volcano, Alaska: in Keith, T. E. C., (ed.), The 1992 eruptions of Crater Peak Vent, Mount Spurr volcano, Alaska, U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 2139, p. 129-137.
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DATA TABLES *Not all tables in a publication may be listed. Not all tables from a publication have data entered in the database.
2701: Composition of glass from volcanic ash and pumice lapilli erupted on June 27, 1992 from Crater Peak vent, Mount Spurr volcano, Alaska.
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2711: Composition of glass from volcanic ash erupted on August 18, 1992, from Crater Peak vent, Mount Spurr volcano, Alaska.
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* Samples collected on a patio at Alaska Volcano Observatory in Anchorage. *
2721: Composition of glass from volcanic ash erupted on September 17, 1992, from Crater Peak vent, Mount Spurr volcano, Alaska.
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2731: Rhyolitic glass compositions of prehistoric basal tephras and pyroclastic-flow samples from Mount Spurr volcano, Alaska
* Table contains glass compositions of unnamed samples from Riehle, 1095. *

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