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HOLOCENE TEPHRA STRATIGRAPHY ON NORTHERN KODIAK ISLAND, ALASKA
citation imageTannenbaum, T.G., 1996, Holocene tephra stratigraphy on northern Kodiak Island, Alaska: University of Alaska Fairbanks M.S. thesis, 165 p.

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3371: Average normalized EMA major element compostion for tephra samples
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3381: Normalized major element glass-shard discrete EMA data are listed in Appendix I. Normalized Wt. Oxides.
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* Note that Appendix 1 presents averages of all Tannenbaum (1996) tephra samples; however, most averages are summarized in Table 4.2. Therefore, only those tephra averages that were not reported in Table 4.2 are included in this table. *
3391: Normalized average composition of tephra units based on DFA classification
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* Normalized Wt. % Oxide *
5351: Appendix IV. Three two-gram samples were submitted to the National Materials Data Center at the University of New Mexico-Sandia National Laboratories for ion probe analysis.
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5361: Apendix III. Eight two-gram samples of glass shard separate were submitted to GeoAnalytical Laboratories at Washington State University for XRF bulk sample analysis.
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