TEPHROCHRONOLOGY OF THE BROOKS RIVER ARCHAEOLOGICAL DISTRICT, KATMAI NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE, ALASKA: WHAT CAN AND CANNOT BE DONE WITH TEPHRA DEPOSITS
Riehle, J. R., Dumond, D. E., Meyer, C. E., and Schaaf, J. M., 2000, Tephrochronology of the Brooks River Archaeological District, Katmai National Park and Preserve, Alaska: what can and cannot be done with tephra deposits: in McGuire, W. J., Griffiths, D. R., Hancock, P. L., and Stewart, I. S., (eds.), The archaeology of geological catastrophes, Geological Society, London Special Publication 171, p. 245-266.
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2981: Original Brooks River tephra deposits and their bounding radiocarbon ages
2991: Major-element composition of glass in Holocene tephra deposits fromSite 16 in the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, Katmai National Park and Preserve, Alaska.
3001: Comparison of glass compositions of site 16 tephra deposits with other tephra deposits fromt eh Alaska Peninsula and with Novarupta dome and proximal tephra deposits from Griggs Volcano.
3011: Major-element compositions of glass in tephra deposits from Sites 2 (all except C) and 3 ( c ) in the Brooks River Archaeological District
3021: Comparison of samples from the Alaska Peninsula with samples of Brooks River tephra deposits at Sutes 2 and 3, based on similarity of glass compositions
3031: Similarity coefficients for pairs of some upper Holocene tephra deposits from the Brooks River Archaeological District, Alaska.