Tephra beds were located visually and by their high magnetic susceptibility values.
New approach to assessing age uncertainties-The 2300-year varve chronology from Eklutna Lake, Alaska (USA)
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|Eklutna_Lake||61.36||-149.02||Unknown, Unknown||0000-00-00||1312 14C; 14141; Age is approximate. Bayesian model presented that integrates classic methods of estimating the chronological uncertainty of varves to produce most likely age models. Average of three ages.||Eklutna Lake is located 45 km northeast of Anchorage, at 264 m asl in the Chugach State Park. Long sediment cores (~15 m long) were obtained in 2014 at six locations across Eklutna Lake using a Uwitec piston coring system. Tephra data are presented for units correlated between multiple cores and thus, a generic location in Eklutna Lake was selected.||Tephra beds were located visually and by their high magnetic susceptibility values.||Fortin_tephra_10||Tephra Fall||Cumulate||Glass||77.11||0.26||12.49||1.19||0.05||0.21||1.18||3.97||3.37||14141||EMP||1.19||Cl=0.17; H2O=2.87||EMP|
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