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MOUNT MAGEIK: A COMPOUND STRATOVOLCANO IN KATMAI NATIONAL PARK
citation imageHildreth, Wes, Fierstein, Judy, Lanphere, M. A., and Siems, D. F., 2000, Mount Mageik: A compound stratovolcano in Katmai National Park: in Kelley, K. D. and Gough, L. P., (eds.), Geologic studies in Alaska by the U.S. Geological Survey, 1998, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper PP 1615, p. 23-41.
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1061: Chemical analysis of eruptive products, Mount Mageik
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* The 10 major oxides are normalized to H2O-free totals of 99.6 weight percent (allowing 0.4 weight percent for trace oxides and halogens); determinations by wavelength-dispersive XRF in USGS laboratory at Lakewood CO; D.F. Siems, analyst. Rb, Sr, and Zr (in parts per million) determined by energy-dispersive XRF by D.F. Siems. Precision and accuracy are discussed by Bacon and Druitt (1988). FeO* is total iron calculated as FeO. "Original total" is the volatile-free sum of the 10 oxides, as analyzed, before normalization, with total iron calculated as Fe2O3. LOI= weight loss on ignition at 900C). *

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