Wisps up to 0.5 cm thick and up to 10 cm long in trench 1. Glass morphology is predominantly comprised of chunky glass shards and pumice that is rich in phenocrysts and microlites.
Late Pleistocene and Holocene tephrostratigraphy of interior Alaska and Yukon: Key beds and chronologies over the past 30,000 years
150,000 years of loess accumulation in central Alaska
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