At bottom of stream, lava flows seen. Flow traveled into a stream, as evidenced by pillow lavas at base. Pillows are up to 1.5 m diameter, and at least 5 m thick. Above is ~5m of finely columnar jointed flow. Above that is covered with slope wash, but this rock looks identical to that sampled in 103, so it is assumed to be the same. N/A
Volcanism on Unimak Island, Alaska, USA: a special focus on Shishaldin and Fisher volcanoes
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