Vedde Tephra at Dimnamyra

This search has found 24 analyses

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  SiO2 TiO2 Al2O3 FeOMnOMgO CaO Na2O K2OTotal EP Ref
434-435 cm72.520.2013.633.750. 98.54212234
434-435 cm72.130.2413.813.540.100.211.464.393.40 99.27212234
434-435 cm72.030.3113.743.940.070.121.304.283.36 99.15212234
434-435 cm71.860.3413.653.980.100.281.333.933.46 98.93212234
434-435 cm71.820.2713.573.920.190.161.334.303.31 98.87212234
434-435 cm71.760.2513.713.780. 99.07212234
434-435 cm71.260.3113.764. 98.88212234
434-435 cm71.190.3113.863.860.100.111.304.193.43 98.34212234
434-435 cm71.150.1813.653.870.150.211.364.543.43 98.53212234
434-435 cm70.800.2913.723.840.130.321.304.183.49 98.06212234
434-435 cm69.170.2212.923.820.210.121.344.583.61 95.99212234
434-435 cm67.870.2612.973.640. 93.01212234
434-435 cm67.560.2112.483.680. 93.25212234
434-435 cm67.220.3312.423.660. 93.22212234
434-435 cm54.972.7613.1510.900.243.246.972.921.54 96.70212234
434-435 cm54.502.9213.2611.170.193.637.492.881.32 97.36212234
434-435 cm52.203.2613.4412.210.253.907.763.051.32 97.38212234
434-435 cm51.883.5212.9212.800. 97.20212234
434-435 cm51.593.1912.6912.340. 96.61212234
434-435 cm49.983.9012.9013.660.194.879.042.230.90 97.67212234
434-435 cm47.714.1312.7114.410.174.969.741.760.76 96.34212234
434-435 cm47.044.2912.6214.920.225.219.892.330.66 97.18212234
434-435 cm47.024.3812.4714.570.225.3210.001.790.72 96.48212234
434-435 cm46.674.2312.7415.370.215.199.932.070.69 97.10212234
FeO: total iron is represented as FeO
*original totals for normalised data (where applicable)

Instrument Conditions

These analyses were carried out under the following electron microprobe conditions.



The data on this page is from the following source(s). If you use this data please acknowledge the source of the data. The number preceeding each reference matches the Ref number on the data table above.

2234: Koren, J.H., Svendsen, J.I., Mangerud, J. and Furnes, H. (2008) The Dimna Ash - A 12.8 C-14 ka-old volcanic ash in Western Norway. Quaternary Science Reviews  27, 85-94.

This Tephrabase search was made on 26/3/2017 at 06:20:28 local time, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

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