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THE HIDDEN BAY PLUTON, ALASKA: GEOCHEMISTRY, ORIGIN, AND TECTONIC SIGNIFICANCE OF OLIGOCENE MAGMATIC ACTIVITY IN THE ALEUTIAN ISLAND ARC
Citron, G. P., 1980, The Hidden Bay pluton, Alaska: Geochemistry, origin, and tectonic significance of Oligocene magmatic activity in the Aleutian Island arc: Cornell University Ph.D. dissertation, 240 p., 1 plate.

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752: Major and trace element chemistry of representative samples from the Hidden Bay and Kagalaska plutons, Adak Island
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762: Barium and rare-earth element abundances (ppm) Hidden Bay and Kagalaska plutons
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