Several white, diffuse pods, the largest 0.5 cm thick and 7 cm long. Glass morphology of the sample is predominantly thick-walled tricuspate and bubble-wall shards, although conspicuous shards of frothy pumice are present.
150,000 years of loess accumulation in central Alaska
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