"Bullseye" type deposit, pumice on bottom, scoria on top. Pumice is currently ~20 cm which is minimum. Scoria above is very surficial, and is nota primary deposit. Digging into scoria "bed", it turns very fine in < 2cm (surface is coarse), then into silty stuff, then soily stuff. Pit was ~80 cm deep, and no pumice was found. Pumice airfall. Blonde, sparsely phyric, rare lithics. Largest clast ~3cm
Volcanism on Unimak Island, Alaska, USA: a special focus on Shishaldin and Fisher volcanoes
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