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GLACIOCHEMICAL RECORDS FROM THE ST. ELIAS MOUNTAINS, YUKON, CANADA
Yalcin, K.B., 2005, Glaciochemical records from the St. Elias Mountains, Yukon, Canada: University of New Hampshire Ph.D. dissertation, 269 p.

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4401: Twentieth century tephra-bearing layers in the Eclipse ice cores and their possible sources.
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* The major oxide composition of tephra (as weight %, recalculated to a sum of 100%) found in the ice cores is presented as the mean for the spcified number of samples, with the standard deviation in parentheses, where n is the number of particles analyzed per sample. Tephra found in the Eclipse ice core is compared to previously published analyses from suspected source volcanoes where availabe. n.d. denotes element below detection limits. Total iron as FeO. *
4411: Tephrochronology of the Ecplise 2002 Core 2 ice core (2002 to ~1000 A.D.).
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* The major oxide composition of tephra (as weight %, recalculated to a sum of 100%) found in the Eclipse ice cores is presented as the mean for the spcified number of samples, with the standard deviation in parentheses, where n is the number of particles analyzed per sample. Tephra found in the Eclipse ice core is compared to previously published analyses from suspected source volcanoes where availabe. Total iron as FeO. *

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