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PETROLOGY, GEOCHEMISTRY, AND THE EVOLUTION OF MAGMAS FROM AUGUSTINE VOLCANO, ALASKA
citation imageDaley, E. E., 1986, Petrology, geochemistry, and the evolution of magmas from Augustine Volcano, Alaska: University of Alaska Fairbanks unpublished M.S. thesis, Fairbanks, AK, 103 p.

DATA TABLES *Not all tables in a publication may be listed. Not all tables from a publication have data entered in the database.
137: Modal abundances of phenocrysts from selected samples
* Modal abundances of phenocryst phases and groundmass in selected Augustine lavas. A complete petrographic description of each sample is listed in Appendix II. Andesite from 1964 dome, prehistoric Kamishak Dome, random boulder, short lava flow and 1976 dome; Hornblende-bearing basalt hyaloclastite flow and hornblende-free basalt hyaloclastite flow. *
138: Representative plagioclase analyses
* Representative microprobe analyses of plagioclase phenocrysts and groundmass microlites (gm). All microprobe analyses are tabulated in Appendix IV. *
139: Representative augite analyses
* Representative microprobe analyses of augite phenocrysts and groundmass crystals (gm). A complete listing of microprobe analyses is in Appendix IV. *
140: Representative hypersthene analyses
* Representative microprobe analyses of hypersthene phenocrysts and groundmass crystals (gm) from Augustine lavas. A complete tabulation of hypersthene analyses is in Appendix IV. *
141: Representative olivine analyses
* Representative microprobe analyses of olivine phenocrysts and groundmass crystals (gm) from Augustine lavas. A complete listing of olivine analyses is in Appendix IV. *
142: Representative hornblende analyses
* Representative microprobe analyses of hornblende phenocrysts, and hornblende inclusions in plagioclase(pl) and in augite(au). A complete tabulation of all hornblende analyses is in Appendix IV. *
143: Phenocryst-liquid FeO/MgO distribution from selected samples
* Observed Fe)/MgO distribution coefficients between the most magnesian cores of olivine(ol), augite(au), hypershtene(hy), and the bulk rock (hypothetical liquid composition; "l"). Equilibrium values are given for comparison (see text for references). Bold typeface indicates those calculated distribution coefficients with values higher than the equilibrium values, normal typeface indicates calculated KD's with values lower than equilibrium values, while underlined values are within ▒0.02 of the equilibrium values. *
144: Representative whole rock chemical analyses
* Representative whole rock analyses of Augustine lavas. Sample locations, petrographic descriptions, and all whole rock analyses are listed in Appendix III, II and V respectively. *
145: Selected results of major element fractionation modeling
* Selected results from major element fractionation modeling from basalt to andesite. ?r^2= the sum of the squares of the residuals. Calc A and Calc B are compositions of OK4 from the modeling of OK4 to Au-17 in models A and B. *
146: Selected results of major element fractionation modeling
* Selected results from major element fractionation modeling from andesite to more evolved andesite. Calc C and Calc D are compositions of Au-17 from the modeling of Au-17 to Au-110 in models C and D. *
147: Groundmass compositions
* Compositions of Augustine groundmass, and groundmass glass. ╣glass; average of 8 microprobe analyses (this study) ▓groundmass of tephra, Swanson, personal communication │Groundmass of pumice and bombs, Johnston, 1978. *
242: Whole rock analyses of Augustine lavas
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243: Bulk rock analyses of Augustine lavas from previous workers
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* Analyses from R.S. Harmon, unpublished data *

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