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CHEMICAL COMPLEXITY AND SOURCE OF THE WHITE RIVER ASH, ALASKA AND YUKON
citation imagePreece, S.J., McGimsey, R.G., Westgate, J.A., Pearce, N.J.G., Hart, W.K., and Perkins, W.T., 2014, Chemical complexity and source of the White River Ash, Alaska and Yukon: Geosphere, v. 10, n.5., p. 1020-1042, doi: 10.1130/GES00953.1

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3191: Average Major Element Compositions of Glass From Samples of White River Ash
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* Note: Site refers to the location given in Figure 2 except for the Old Crow tephra (OCT) reference. OCT this study was run as an unknown along with the White River Ash samples. OCT average from Preece et al. (2011b) is included for comparison. All analyses are in wt% and normalized to 100% anhydrous prior to calculation of average and standard deviation. Value in parentheses is the standard deviation; FeOt is total Fe as FeO; H2Od is water by difference; n is the number of analyses. For methodology, see Appendix 1. *
5691: Average trace element composition of glass
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