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Detection and identification of a compositional zonation within an ash-flow tuff in the southwestern Nevada volcanic field: a remote sensing approach
AuthorPerry, John J
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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The compositional zonation within an ash-flow tuff, specifically a compound cooling unit within the southwestern Nevada volcanic field, has been studied. Varying relative amounts of ferric/ferrous oxide and hydroxide concentrations aid in detecting and identifying slight compositional changes within ash-flow tuffs.
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