Tephra present in several cores from Shilak Lake, at a depth of 16-26 cm in individual cores depending on localized sedimentation rates. Beget et al. (1994) report two glass compositions in sample SK-11-2-12 and designate them as having two different source volcanoes.
A 500-year-long record of tephra falls from Redoubt volcano and other volcanoes in upper Cook Inlet, Alaska
Paleomagnetic investigations of seismic and volcanic activity recorded in the sediments of Skilak Lake, Alaska
|StationID||Latitude||Longitude||Geologist||DateVisited||Age Info||Volcano||Eruption||Location Description||Text Description||Sample ID||Sample Type 1||Sample Type 2||Final Unit||Material||Coeff||SiO2||TiO2||Al2O3||FeOT||MnO||MgO||CaO||Na2O||K2O||P2O5||Total-majors||REF majors||METH majors||Fe2O3/Fe203T orig||FeO/FeOT orig||Volatiles csv||METH volatiles||Cs||Rb||Ba||Sr||La||Ce||Pr||Nd||Sm||Eu||Gd||Tb||Dy||Ho||Er||Tm||Yb||Lu||Y||Zr||Nb||Hf||Ta||Pb||Th||U||Sc||V||Cr||Fe||Co||Ni||Cu||Zn||Ga||Mo||As||Na||K||Ref trace1||METH trace1||Rb||Ba||Sr||La||Ce||Nd||Sm||Eu||Gd||Dy||Er||Yb||Lu||Y||Zr||Nb||Pb||Th||U||Sc||Ti||V||Cr||Ni||Cu||Zn||Ga||Ref trace2||METH trace2||Light csv||Halogen csv||other major csv||other lile csv||other ree csv||other hfse csv||other hpe csv||other tm csv||other misc csv|
|SK-11||60.5||-150.5||Stihler, S. D.||1987-01-01||Skilak Lake, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Location imprecisely georeferenced from Figure 1 in Stihler et al. (1991).||Tephra present in several cores from Shilak Lake, at a depth of 16-26 cm in individual cores depending on localized sedimentation rates. Beget et al. (1994) report two glass compositions in sample SK-11-2-12 and designate them as having two different source volcanoes.||SK-11-2-12_Redoubt||Tephra Fall||Cumulate||Glass||77.92||0.19||12.5||0.19||1.03||3.79||3.26||89||EMP||1.01||Cl=0.1; H2O=1.02||EMP|
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