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Sample ID:WL1-430
Station ID:WL-1
Sample Type 1:Tephra Fall
Text Description:
1.4 m thick; characterized by a general lack of bedding, sharp, bounding contacts, and its mixture with lake sediments. The majority of this unit is composed of reworked tephra and lake sediment. Characterized by platy glass shards of both brown and colorless glass. The glass is minorly phenocrystic with cylindrical, conical and equant vesicles. Bubble wall junctions are also present in the glass shards.

Holocene glacier fluctuations, Waskey Lake, northeastern Ahklun Mountains, southwestern Alaska
A record of late Holocene glacier fluctuations, Ahklun Mountains, southwestern Alaska


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