Discontinuous pale-white tephra that occurs approximately 190 cm below the surface. The tephra is 0.5 cm thick and occurs within gray and tan mottled loess; overlies tephra S851G (4 cm below).
Holocene tephrochronology of the Matanuska Valley, Alaska
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|S851||61.6||-149.1||Fontana, M. R.||-1800--||In the town of Palmer, Alaska, at the intersection of Beaver and Gloria streets. Two and a half m of loess exposed during foundation excavation for a housing development. Five tephra recorded in the stratigraphy at this location (one of which was a couplet), but only four were sampled. See Fontana (1988) for detailed stratigraphy. Coordinates provided as degrees/minutes and converted to decimal degrees; datum not provided, assumed to be NAD83.||Discontinuous pale-white tephra that occurs approximately 190 cm below the surface. The tephra is 0.5 cm thick and occurs within gray and tan mottled loess; overlies tephra S851G (4 cm below).||S851F-Pop.1||Tephra Fall||Cumulate||Glass||73.64||0.35||14.03||2.23||1.8||2.17||4.2||2.57||8881||EMP||2.23||Cl=0.17||EMP|
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