4 mm thick layer of tephra particles with a size distribution centred on 60 and 175 mm. Occurs 39 cm below the surface at the Moose Pass site.
Extending the Late Holocene tephrochronology of the central Kenai Peninsula, Alaska
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|Moose_Pass||60.5||-149.4333333||Payne, Richard||1520 14C; 4762; Age is approximate. Dates were obtained using conventional radiometric analysis on bulk peat samples from near the position of a visible tephra. Dates were calibrated using OxCal version 3.10 (Bronk Ramsey, 2005). The age of tephras that were not directly dated was estimated by linear interpolation from the calibrated date.||Moose pass peatland, 60 km to the east of Sterling Mire, in the Kenai Mountains, Alaska. Cores were extracted from the deepest section of the sites using a Russian-pattern peat corer with a 50 mm bore (Aaby and Digerfeldt, 1986). Coordinates provided as degrees/minutes and converted to decimal degrees. Datum not specified, assumed to be NAD83.||4 mm thick layer of tephra particles with a size distribution centred on 60 and 175 mm. Occurs 39 cm below the surface at the Moose Pass site.||MP39||Tephra Fall||Cumulate||Glass||60.32||1.14||15.98||7.54||0.21||2.67||5.93||4.21||1.77||97.76||4762||EMP||7.54|
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