Kaguyak Ignimbrite: dark grey-brown clast-rich and lithic-rich, mostly massive ignimbrite (pale grey when dry); PCZ-rich upper part either stripped or stopped prior to reaching this location. Lowest 3 m exposed has few pumice clasts >2 cm; above that, the 8-15-m face generally has scattered 5-15 cm pumice clasts. Exposed thickness 11 to 18 m. no PCZ or LCZ. See text for MP and ML.
Kaguyak dome field and its Holocene caldera, Alaska Peninsula
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