Sample 11-CB-4-2 131, IGSN: BOF000007. Yielded the smallest amount of material for microanalysis, but the highest concentration of glass. The glass is a homogeneous high-silica rhyolite, with a type I affinity. Most fragments are smaller than 40 mm. Blocky and bubble-wall morphologies are common. Pumice and a few tricuspate shards are also present.
Early and late Holocene glacial fluctuations and tephrostratigraphy, Cabin Lake, Alaska
|StationID||Latitude||Longitude||Geologist||DateVisited||Age Info||Volcano||Eruption||Location Description||Text Description||Sample ID||Sample Type 1||Sample Type 2||Final Unit||Material||Coeff||SiO2||TiO2||Al2O3||FeOT||MnO||MgO||CaO||Na2O||K2O||P2O5||Total-majors||REF majors||METH majors||Fe2O3/Fe203T orig||FeO/FeOT orig||Volatiles csv||METH volatiles||Cs||Rb||Ba||Sr||La||Ce||Pr||Nd||Sm||Eu||Gd||Tb||Dy||Ho||Er||Tm||Yb||Lu||Y||Zr||Nb||Hf||Ta||Pb||Th||U||Sc||V||Cr||Fe||Co||Ni||Cu||Zn||Ga||Mo||As||Na||K||Ref trace1||METH trace1||Rb||Ba||Sr||La||Ce||Nd||Sm||Eu||Gd||Dy||Er||Yb||Lu||Y||Zr||Nb||Pb||Th||U||Sc||Ti||V||Cr||Ni||Cu||Zn||Ga||Ref trace2||METH trace2||Light csv||Halogen csv||other major csv||other lile csv||other ree csv||other hfse csv||other hpe csv||other tm csv||other misc csv|
|Cabin_Lake||60.5||-145.39998||Unknown, Unknown||2571 ± 143 14C; 8851; Age is approximate. Age model derived from eight radiocarbon ages obtained from core 10-CB-1C and ten from 11-CB-4. Radiocarbon ages were calibrated to calendar years before AD 1950 (cal a BP) using calib v6.0 with the INTCAL09 calibration curve (Stuiver and Reimer, 1993). The program clam.r v2 was used to create a smoothed spline (smooth=0.4) fit for the age||Cabin Lake is a small, shallow lake (0.1 km square; 4.8 m in depth) located at the base of the Chugach Mountains at an elevation of 40 m asl. The lake is about 16 km east of Cordova, Alaska, in the eastern Prince William Sound, and 5 km west of the terminus of Sheridan Glacier. It is located on the northern edge of the present-day outwash plain of Sheridan Glacier and does not currently receive meltwater from the glacier. Location imprecisely georeferenced from Figure 1 of Zander and others (2013).||Sample 11-CB-4-2 131, IGSN: BOF000007. Yielded the smallest amount of material for microanalysis, but the highest concentration of glass. The glass is a homogeneous high-silica rhyolite, with a type I affinity. Most fragments are smaller than 40 mm. Blocky and bubble-wall morphologies are common. Pumice and a few tricuspate shards are also present.||CU1153||Tephra Fall||Cumulate||Glass||77.32||0.32||12.5||1.55||0.05||0.34||1.8||4.05||1.87||0.05||8851||EMP||1.55||Cl=0.17||EMP|
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