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KAGUYAK DOME FIELD AND ITS HOLOCENE CALDERA, ALASKA PENINSULA
Fierstein, Judy, and Hildreth, Wes, 2008, Kaguyak dome field and its Holocene caldera, Alaska Peninsula: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, v. 177, n. 2, p. 340-366, doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2008.05.016 . full-text PDF : 3.16 MB
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1073: Chemical data accompanying Fierstein and Hildreth Kaguyak dome field and its Holocene caldera, Alaska Peninsula
* Major-oxide contents in weight percent, normalized to volatile-free totals of 99.6% (allowing 0.4% for trace oxides and halogens), with most samples determined by wavelength-dispersive x-ray-fluorescence analysis in the GeoAnalytical
Laboratory of Washington State University. Precision and accuracy discussed at: www.wsu.edu/~geolab. Samples Y-1-3, 140-154 and those from Fourpeaked Volcano and Mount Douglas were determined by wavelength-dispersive x-ray fluorescence
analysis in the U.S. Geological Survey laboratory at Lakewood, Colorado; principal analyst D.F. Siems. Precision and accuracy were discussed by Baedecker (1987) and Bacon and Druitt (1988). FeO* is total Fe calculated as
FeO. Original total is volatile-free sum of the 10 major-oxide analyses before normalization (with total Fe calculated as Fe2O3).
Trace-element contents in ppm, Ba and Zr analyzed by XRF (Washington State University and the USGS, as above); La, Nb, Ce analyzed by ICP-MS in the GeoAnalytical Laboratory of Washington State University.
All samples collected by Wes Hildreth and Judy Fierstein, 1999-2003; assisted by Dave Tucker and Andy Calvert. *