Located at approximately 6.7 m, a discrete bed up to 10 cm thick. Diffuse contacts, but can be traced continuously across the exposure. Glass morphology comprised of bubble-walled and tricuspate shards with some pumice. Thick walls.
150,000 years of loess accumulation in central Alaska
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