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citation imageHildreth, E. W., Fierstein, Judy, Lanphere, M. A., and Siems, D. F., 2001, Snowy Mountain: A pair of small andesite-dacite stratovolcanoes in Katmai National Park: in Gough, L. P. and Wilson, F. H., (eds.), Geologic studies in Alaska by the U.S. Geological Survey, 1999, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper PP 1633, p. 13-34.
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1103: Chemical analysis of eruptive products [Snowy Mountain]
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* The ten major oxides (reported in weight percent) are normalized to H2O-free totals of 99.6 wt % (allowing 0.4% for trace oxides and halogens.) Determinations by wavelength-dispersive XRF in USGS laboratory at Lakewood, CO; D.F. Siems, analyst. Precision and accuracy are discussed by Bacon and Druitt (1988) and Baedecker (1987). FeO* is total iron calculated as FeO. "Original total" is the volatile-free sum of the ten oxides, as analyzed, before normalization, with total iron calculated as Fe2O3. LOI, weight loss on ignition at 900C. Cone and sector are given to assist reader in locating sample number on figure 2. *

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