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THE RECONNAISSANCE PETROLOGY OF ANDESITES FROM THE MOUNT WRANGELL CALDERA, ALASKA
Furst, M. J., 1968, The reconnaissance petrology of andesites from the Mount Wrangell Caldera, Alaska: University of Alaska Fairbanks unpublished M.S. thesis, 83 p.

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253: Chemical analyses of the Mt. Wrangell andesites
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* Analyst: H. Matsumoto *
254: Chemical analyses of Wrangell Lavas, from other sources
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* 1. Andesite. 7,700 foot level, south slope of Mount Wrangell. W.F. Hillebrand, analyst. (Mendenhall, 1905). 2. Andesite. Float from Nadina Glacier, southwest of Mt. Drum. W.F. Hillebrand, analyst. (Mendenhall, 1905). 3. Andesitic lava. Northern part of McCarthy C-5 Quadrangle, 40 miles southwest of Mt. Blackburn. Rapid rock analysis (partial), P. Elmore, I. Barlow, S. Botts, and G. Chloe, analysts. (MacKevett, personal communication to R.B. Forbes, 1964). *

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