Thick flow seen likely Fisher, could be Westdahl). Pumices are ubiquitous, blonde, black and banded. Deposit is poorly sorted, some pumices are well rounded. Deposit is ~6m thick, w/ ~3m of reworked flow on top, then scoriaceous slope wash above (not examined). Roughly 10m above top of reworked par, CZF shows up (tan= 2 cm, blk= 9 cm) Also, tan pumice above CZF is much thicker and coarser here (Westdahl pumice). Bulk sample of debris flow
Volcanism on Unimak Island, Alaska, USA: a special focus on Shishaldin and Fisher volcanoes
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