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SAMPLE INFO : UM18
Sample ID:UM18
Station ID:UM18
Latitude:53.382
Longitude:-168.1
Datum:NAD83
Sample Type 1:Lava
Field Lithology:Andesite
Text Description:
Description from Walker (1974): Vitreous plug associated with the Crater Creek basalt. Description from Kay et al. (1978): Vitreous Andesite. Plug, Byers' (1959) Qva at outlet of Crater Creek from Okmok Caldera. Color value from rock-color chart distributed by the Geological Society of America: (N3, Ic)

References:
Trace element variation in the volcanic rocks of Adak and Umnak Islands of the Aleutian Arc
Pb and Sr isotopes in volcanic rocks from the Aleutian Islands and Pribilof Islands, Alaska
Geochemical constraints on the origin of Aleutian magmas
Lead isotope studies of young volcanic rocks from oceanic islands, mid-ocean ridges, and island arcs

GEOCHEM DATA
StationIDLatitudeLongitudeGeologistDateVisitedAge InfoVolcanoEruptionLocation DescriptionText DescriptionSample IDSample Type 1Sample Type 2geologic unitMaterialSiO2TiO2Al2O3FeOTMnOMgOCaONa2OK2OP2O5Total-majorsREF majorsMETH majorsFe2O3/Fe203T origFeO/FeOT origVolatiles csvMETH volatilesCsRbBaSrLaCePrNdSmEuGdTbDyHoErTmYbLuYZrNbHfTaPbThUScVCrFeCoNiCuZnGaMoAsNaKRef trace1METH trace1RbBaSrLaCeNdSmEuGdDyErYbLuYZrNbPbThUScTiVCrNiCuZnGaRef trace2METH trace2Light csvHalogen csvother major csvother lile csvother ree csvother hfse csvother hpe csvother tm csvother misc csv
UM1853.382-168.1Kay, R. W. OkmokOutlet of Crater Creek from Okmok CalderaDescription from Walker (1974): Vitreous plug associated with the Crater Creek basalt. Description from Kay et al. (1978): Vitreous Andesite. Plug, Byers' (1959) Qva at outlet of Crater Creek from Okmok Caldera. Color value from rock-color chart distributed by the Geological Society of America: (N3, Ic)UM18LavaByers' (1959) QvaWhole Rock 55.4 2.48 14.8 11.8 0.17 2.73 6.88 1.14 0.51 99.66571EMP11.8 2.33 471 14.4 35.7 24.6 6.76 1.94 1.29 4.2 0.65 4.5 2.88 1.51 40.3 7 1 571INAA 44 180 1417XRFLi V=18.4, M=DCP, R=9631;B V=36.3, M=DCP, R=9621;Na2O V=3.99, M=INAA, R=571;Sr V=349, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Rb V=27.7, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Ba V=467, M=MS-ID, R=1417;K V=10521, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Ba V=467, M=MS-ID, R=755;La V=14.2, M=MS-ID, R=755;Ce V=35.4, M=MS-ID, R=755;Nd V=24.3, M=MS-ID, R=755;Sm V=6.81, M=MS-ID, R=755;Eu V=2.02, M=MS-ID, R=755;Dy V=7.5, M=MS-ID, R=755;Er V=4.47, M=MS-ID, R=755;Yb V=4.26, M=MS-ID, R=755;La V=14.2, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Ce V=35.4, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Nd V=24.3, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Sm V=6.81, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Eu V=2.02, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Dy V=7.51, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Er V=4.47, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Yb V=4.24, M=MS-ID, R=1417;
UM1853.382-168.1Kay, R. W. OkmokOutlet of Crater Creek from Okmok CalderaDescription from Walker (1974): Vitreous plug associated with the Crater Creek basalt. Description from Kay et al. (1978): Vitreous Andesite. Plug, Byers' (1959) Qva at outlet of Crater Creek from Okmok Caldera. Color value from rock-color chart distributed by the Geological Society of America: (N3, Ic)UM18LavaByers' (1959) QvaWhole Rock 56.1 2.52 15 10.7 0.25 2.77 6.97 4.18 1.16 0.52 1417NN10.7 28 349 180 571XRFLi V=18.4, M=DCP, R=9631;B V=36.3, M=DCP, R=9621;Na2O V=3.99, M=INAA, R=571;Sr V=349, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Rb V=27.7, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Ba V=467, M=MS-ID, R=1417;K V=10521, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Ba V=467, M=MS-ID, R=755;La V=14.2, M=MS-ID, R=755;Ce V=35.4, M=MS-ID, R=755;Nd V=24.3, M=MS-ID, R=755;Sm V=6.81, M=MS-ID, R=755;Eu V=2.02, M=MS-ID, R=755;Dy V=7.5, M=MS-ID, R=755;Er V=4.47, M=MS-ID, R=755;Yb V=4.26, M=MS-ID, R=755;La V=14.2, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Ce V=35.4, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Nd V=24.3, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Sm V=6.81, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Eu V=2.02, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Dy V=7.51, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Er V=4.47, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Yb V=4.24, M=MS-ID, R=1417;
UM1853.382-168.1Kay, R. W. OkmokOutlet of Crater Creek from Okmok CalderaDescription from Walker (1974): Vitreous plug associated with the Crater Creek basalt. Description from Kay et al. (1978): Vitreous Andesite. Plug, Byers' (1959) Qva at outlet of Crater Creek from Okmok Caldera. Color value from rock-color chart distributed by the Geological Society of America: (N3, Ic)UM18LavaByers' (1959) QvaWhole Rock 2.88 755XRF 25.7 310 43.8 157 755XRFLi V=18.4, M=DCP, R=9631;B V=36.3, M=DCP, R=9621;Na2O V=3.99, M=INAA, R=571;Sr V=349, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Rb V=27.7, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Ba V=467, M=MS-ID, R=1417;K V=10521, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Ba V=467, M=MS-ID, R=755;La V=14.2, M=MS-ID, R=755;Ce V=35.4, M=MS-ID, R=755;Nd V=24.3, M=MS-ID, R=755;Sm V=6.81, M=MS-ID, R=755;Eu V=2.02, M=MS-ID, R=755;Dy V=7.5, M=MS-ID, R=755;Er V=4.47, M=MS-ID, R=755;Yb V=4.26, M=MS-ID, R=755;La V=14.2, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Ce V=35.4, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Nd V=24.3, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Sm V=6.81, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Eu V=2.02, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Dy V=7.51, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Er V=4.47, M=MS-ID, R=1417;Yb V=4.24, M=MS-ID, R=1417;

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