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DAWSON TEPHRA: A PROMINENT STRATIGRAPHIC MARKER OF LATE WISCONSINAN AGE IN WEST-CENTRAL YUKON, CANADA
citation imageWestgate, J. A., Preece, S. J., Kotler, Erica, and Hall, Sheila, 2000, Dawson Tephra: a prominent stratigraphic marker of late Wisconsinan age in west-central Yukon, Canada: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 37, n. 4, p. 621-627.

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3591: Average major-element compositions of glass shards in Dawson tephra samples.
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* Notes: All analyses done on a Cameca SX-50 wavelength dispersive microprobe operating at 15 keV accelerating voltage, 10-15 mm beam diameter, and 6 nA beam current. Standardization achieved by use of mineral and glass standards. Analyses recast to 100% on a water-free basis. (#), standard deviation; n, number of analyses; FeOt, total iron oxide as FeO; H2Od, water by difference. Sulphur Creek is the average of samples UT540, UT1056, and UT1614. *
5671: Trace element compositions of glass shards in Dawson tephra samples.
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