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AN OUTLINE TEPHROCHRONOLOGY FOR THE HOLOCENE OF THE NORTH OF IRELAND
citation imagePilcher, J.R., Hall, V.A., and McCormac, F.G., 1996, An outline tephrochronology for the Holocene of the north of Ireland: Journal of Quaternary Science, v.11, p. 485-494, doi:10.1002/(SICI)1099-1417(199611/12)11:6<485::AID-JQS266>3.0.CO;2-T

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3231: Wavelength dispersive, microprobe-determined abundances of major elements of glass tephra shards from QUB-97 Garry Bog, Monolith 4, 30-32 cm AD 1510 type

3241: Wavelength dispersive, microprobe-determined abundances of major elements of glass tephra shards from QUB-120 Sluggan Bog, Monolith 8b, 8-10 cm Hekla AD 1510 type

3251: Wavelength dispersive, microprobe-determined abundances of major elements of glass tephra shards from QUB-102 Owenbeg, 70-75 cm. This set includes some analyses with totals over 100% owing to the small number of analyses that were possible on this sample

3261: Wavelength dispersive, microprobe-determined abundances of major elements of glass tephra shards from QUB-101 Malin, 74-76 cm
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3271: Wavelength dispersive, microprobe-determined abundances of major elements of glass tephra shards from QUB-148 Garry Bog, Core 1, 334-336 cm
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3281: Wavelength dispersive, microprobe-determined abundances of major elements of glass tephra shards from Fallahogy, 515-520 cm. This is the same layer (from a different core) as analysed on the Microscan V in Edinburgh - see Table 8
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3291: Wavelength dispersive, microprobe-determined abundances of major elements of glass tephra shards from Fallahogy, 440-445 cm, Microscan V analyses. Same tephra layer (from a different core) as analysed on the Jeol 733 Superprobe in Belfast - see Table 7
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3301: Wavelength dispersive, microprobe-determined abundances of major elements of glass tephra shards from Fallahogy, 535-540 cm. This is the same layer (from a different core) as analysed on the Microscan V in Edinburgh - see Table 10
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3311: Wavelength dispersive, microprobe-determined abundances of major elements of glass tephra shards from Fallahogy, 450-455 cm, Microscan V analyses. Same tephra layer (from a different core) as analysed on the Jeol 733 Superprobe in Belfast - see Table 9
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3321: Wavelength dispersive, microprobe-determined abundances of major elements of glass tephra shards from QUB-127 Sluggan Bog, Monolith 10, 149-150 cm
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3331: Wavelength dispersive, microprobe-determined abundances of major elements of glass tephra shards from QUB-141 Sluggan Bog, Monolith, 134-136 cm
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