The Aniakchak tephra deposit, a late Holocene marker horizon in western Alaska.

J. R. Riehle, C. E. Meyer, T. A. Ager, Darrell S Kaufman, R. E. Ackerman,

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Abstract

This tephra has widespread occurrence, ready identification, and an approximately known absolute age. Its source is the caldera-forming eruption of Aniakchak Crater, in the Aleutian volcanic arc on the Alaska Peninsula. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUS Geological Survey Circular,
Pages19-22
Number of pages4
Volume998
StatePublished - 1987
Externally publishedYes

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Riehle, J. R., Meyer, C. E., Ager, T. A., Kaufman, D. S., & Ackerman, R. E. (1987). The Aniakchak tephra deposit, a late Holocene marker horizon in western Alaska. In US Geological Survey Circular, (Vol. 998, pp. 19-22)

The Aniakchak tephra deposit, a late Holocene marker horizon in western Alaska. / Riehle, J. R.; Meyer, C. E.; Ager, T. A.; Kaufman, Darrell S; Ackerman, R. E.

US Geological Survey Circular,. Vol. 998 1987. p. 19-22.

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Riehle, JR, Meyer, CE, Ager, TA, Kaufman, DS & Ackerman, RE 1987, The Aniakchak tephra deposit, a late Holocene marker horizon in western Alaska. in US Geological Survey Circular,. vol. 998, pp. 19-22.
Riehle JR, Meyer CE, Ager TA, Kaufman DS, Ackerman, RE. The Aniakchak tephra deposit, a late Holocene marker horizon in western Alaska. In US Geological Survey Circular,. Vol. 998. 1987. p. 19-22
Riehle, J. R. ; Meyer, C. E. ; Ager, T. A. ; Kaufman, Darrell S ; Ackerman, R. E. / The Aniakchak tephra deposit, a late Holocene marker horizon in western Alaska. US Geological Survey Circular,. Vol. 998 1987. pp. 19-22
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