Banded rivercut seen from air (see photo, taken from ground, cloudy day, Jim digging on bank). Lithics seen in deposit are up to 6 cm, pumices up to 20 cm. See book for measured section. Highlights: lithics up to 60x25 mm, 32 cm of coarse pumice at base of section, covered by slopewash colluvium. Below airfall, rough section: Top=airfall; 1m stratified grey/green clays; >2m white alluvium, similar to that seen in canyon wall at FC-101 selected large pumices from thick airfall. Blonde to red, some are dark brown.
Volcanism on Unimak Island, Alaska, USA: a special focus on Shishaldin and Fisher volcanoes
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