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CHARACTERIZATION AND DISCRIMINATION OF HOLOCENE TEPHRA-FALL DEPOSITS, MOUNT SPURR VOLCANO, ALASKA
Wallace, K. L., 2003, Characterization and discrimination of Holocene tephra-fall deposits, Mount Spurr volcano, Alaska: Northern Arizona University unpublished M.S. thesis, 169 p.

DATA TABLES *Not all tables in a publication may be listed. Not all tables from a publication have data entered in the database.
4591: Normalized average major-oxide glass compositions of tephra samples collected at map location: 01KW-CP1-G1 (Bench Gully)
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4601: Normalized average major-element glass compositions of tephra samples collected at map location: 01KW-CP1-G3 (Bench Gully)
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* Alphabetical postscripts on sample numbers indicate multiple populations of glass within a single sample. *
4611: Normalized average major-element glass compositions of tephra samples collected at map location: 01KW-CP4 (top of Chakachatna River Bluff)
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* Alphabetical postscripts on sample numbers indicate multiple populations of glass within a single sample. *
4621: Normalized average major-oxide glass compositions of tephra samples collected at map location: 01KW-CP5 (bench above Kidageni Glacier)
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* Alphabetical postscripts on sample numbers indicate multiple populations of glass within a single sample. *
4631: Normalized average major-oxide glass compositions of refernece tephra samples from Hayes River Pass, source of the Hayes tephra set (Riehle et al., 1990), a regional marker bed.
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