Core contains 7-cm-thick layer of tephra; core is located in a topographic low, which may account for the somewhat greater thickness of tephra at this location. Nearby cores contain thinner layers of tephra.
Correlation and petrological interpretation of abyssal and terrestrial tephra layers (Novarupta, Mazama, St. Helens, Washington)
Compositional heterogeneity of distal tephra deposits from the 1912 eruption of Novarupta, Alaska
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|Brown_Bear_Core_110-20||56.55103||-147.635543||Unknown, Unknown||1912 historical - observed; 1091; Known age of Novarupta eruption||1912-6-6||Abyssal piston core in the area to the southeast of Kodiak Island; located over 500 km downwind from the source volcano. The core is located in a topographic low. Datum unknown, assumed NAD27. Coordinates provided as degrees minutes seconds in publication and were converted to decimal degrees. See Nayudu (1964).||Core contains 7-cm-thick layer of tephra; core is located in a topographic low, which may account for the somewhat greater thickness of tephra at this location. Nearby cores contain thinner layers of tephra.||Brown_Bear_Core_110-20||Tephra Fall||Cumulate||Glass|
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