UA1678 was the most abundant in shards (of all tephra samples from Column Point) and had a range of morphologies, including chunky pumice and tricuspate and needle-like glasses. Plagioclase dominated, with some orthopyroxene.
Extending the Applications of Tephrochronology in Northwestern North America
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