Gold Run tephra lies within loess and can be traced for 50 m across the section. In places, the tephra bed has been deformed into many pods, some as thick as 10 cm, as a result of loading following its deposition. From Preece et al. (2011): 13 cm thick; pumice and blocky grains; in organic silt overlying Dominion Creek Gravel; field name JJD00-62. Sample collected 2000 by D. Froese.
Gold Run Tephra: a middle Pleistocene stratigraphic and paleoenvironmental marker across west-central Yukon Territory, Canada
A catalogue of late Cenozoic tephra beds in the Klondike Goldfields and adjacent areas, Yukon Territory
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