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THE ANIAKCHAK TEPHRA DEPOSIT, A LATE HOLOCENE MARKER HORIZON IN WESTERN ALASKA
citation imageRiehle, J. R., Meyer, C. E., Ager, T. A., Kaufman, D. S., and Ackerman, R. E., 1987, The Aniakchak tephra deposit, a late Holocene marker horizon in western Alaska: in Hamilton, T. D. and Galloway, J. P., (eds.), Geologic studies in Alaska by the U.S. Geological Survey during 1986, U.S. Geological Survey Circular C 0998, p. 19-22.
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2301: Petrographic descriptions of proximal and distal tephra samples, Aniakchak caldera-formng eruption.

2311: Composition of glass separates.
* For brevity, compositions of proximal samples are not reported here but are available from the authors. *
2331: Similarity coefficients among distal and proximal samples, Aniakchak tephra deposits.

3071: Composition of glass separates
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* [analyses by electron microprobe; analysts, C.E. Meyer and J.R. Riehle. FeO* is total iron reported as FeO. One standard deviation as percentage of reported abundance is given in parentheses. For brevity, compositions of proximal samples are not reported here but are available from the authors]. *

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