Tephra is reworked within a B horizon of a ~40 cm thick paleosol at 43.5 m. Tephra is discontinuous across the exposure, rarely reaching a thickness of 0.5 cm, and is not associated with any previously described beds.
The variegated (VT) tephra: A new regional marker for middle to late marine isotope stage 5 across Yukon and Alaska
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|Gold_Hill_IV||64.856||-147.929||Preece, S. J.||106000 ± 10000 TL; 7423; Age is approximate. Average age of two infrared stimulated luminescence ages on loess bracketing VT tephra at Halfway House.||Trench dug down to the cliff face on the north side of the Gold Hill mining cut, Fairbanks, Alaska. Location coordinates from Jensen and others (2011); datum not specified, assumed to be NAD83.||Tephra is reworked within a B horizon of a ~40 cm thick paleosol at 43.5 m. Tephra is discontinuous across the exposure, rarely reaching a thickness of 0.5 cm, and is not associated with any previously described beds.||UA1344||Tephra Fall||Cumulate||Glass||70.76||0.57||14.72||3.11||0.1||0.65||2.41||4.58||2.94||7423||EMP||3.11||Cl=0.16; H2O=2.73||EMP|
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