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Tephra site 22IPE11 excavated at the peat bog on the Northern flank of the Kagamil Island. The 20-cm-thick layer of coarse ash and lapillies [F] with charred organic material [G] was produced by Kagamil Volcano. It is located below 43 B.C.E. Okmok ash layer [C], which suggests that Kagamil erupted explosively in Holocene.

Date: September 13, 2022 1:48 PM
Photographer/Creator: Izbekov, Pavel

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