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Sample ID:UA352
Station ID:Cripple_Sump
Sample Type 1:Tephra Fall
Text Description:
Thin, white tephra bed that occurs just above black organic silt.

The Dawson Cut Forest Bed in the Fairbanks area, Alaska, is about two million years old
Late Pliocene Dawson Cut forest bed and new tephrochronological findings in the Gold Hill Loess, east-central Alaska
Update on the late Cenozoic tephrochronology of the Gold Hill loess at Fairbanks, Alaska, and correlation with the Klondike goldfields in the Yukon

StationIDLatitudeLongitudeGeologistDateVisitedAge InfoVolcanoEruptionLocation DescriptionText DescriptionSample IDSample Type 1Sample Type 2Final UnitMaterialCoeffSiO2TiO2Al2O3FeOTMnOMgOCaONa2OK2OP2O5Total-majorsREF majorsMETH majorsFe2O3/Fe203T origFeO/FeOT origVolatiles csvMETH volatilesCsRbBaSrLaCePrNdSmEuGdTbDyHoErTmYbLuYZrNbHfTaPbThUScVCrFeCoNiCuZnGaMoAsNaKRef trace1METH trace1RbBaSrLaCeNdSmEuGdDyErYbLuYZrNbPbThUScTiVCrNiCuZnGaRef trace2METH trace2Light csvHalogen csvother major csvother lile csvother ree csvother hfse csvother hpe csvother tm csvother misc csv
Cripple_Sump64.8-147.99997Preece, S. J. Exposure of Gold Hill Loess in the Ester mining region, an upland remnant created by mining activity, Ester, Alaska. Location imprecisely georeferenced from Figure 4 in Preece et al. (1999). Thin, white tephra bed that occurs just above black organic silt.UA352Tephra FallCumulateGlass 77.14 0.2 13.65 1.01Reported standard deviation of zero. 0.05 0.31 1.32 3.45 2.78 3621EMP1.01Cl=0.16; H2O=5.99EMP


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