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The dissolution of Rainier Mesa volcanic tuffs, and its application to the analysis of the groundwater environment
AuthorHenne, Mark Siegfried
AdvisorJacobson, Roger L.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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Dissolution studies of Rainier Mesa volcanic glass were conducted to determine the time dependency of various silicate relationships. Retention time of water in the tuffs was estimated to be three months.
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