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Augustine reported activity

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Event Name : Augustine Shuyak Island Ash 2

Start: 5330 (± 30 Years) Years BP C-14 (raw)
Stop: 5020 (± 30 Years) Years BP C-14 (raw)

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Eruption Type:Explosive
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Description: From Waitt and Beget (2009): "On Shuyak Island 110 km southeast of Augustine (fig. 1A [in original text]), two fall tephras of Augustine chemical provenance (probe analysis of glass by J.R. Riehle and C.E. Meyer) date between about 6,460 and 5,020 yr B.P."

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