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PETROGENETIC STUDY OF DACITE FROM THE 1912 ERUPTION NOVARUPTA, KATMAI NATIONAL PARK, ALASKA: IMPLICATIONS FOR MAGMA STORAGE LOCATIONS
citation imageAvery, V. F., 1992, Petrogenetic study of dacite from the 1912 eruption Novarupta, Katmai National Park, Alaska: implications for magma storage locations: University of Alaska Fairbanks unpublished M.S. thesis, 177 p.

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1463: Whole-rock compositions for pumice of the 1912 suite. Analyses by XRF, normalized to 100% LOI-free. Total Fe as Fe2O3. FeO determined separately by titration. Totals at the bottom are for the unnormalized analyses.
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1513: Average groundmass glass compositions for pumices of the 1912 suite.
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5541: Whole-rock analyses of 1912 Novarupta Pumices
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