CLA-L5 (Lairg Tephra A) at Claraghmore Lake

This search has found 20 analyses

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Geochemistry

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  SiO2 TiO2 Al2O3 FeOMnOMgO CaO Na2O K2OP2O5Total EP Ref
Glass75.970.0912.691.820.060.051.234.602.710.0399.24164505
Glass75.710.0812.641.590.080.041.374.432.800.0198.74164505
Glass75.350.0712.041.700.030.041.324.262.850.0197.68164505
Glass74.940.0812.061.650.070.041.344.492.680.0197.38164505
Glass74.740.0712.101.780.060.021.314.112.810.0197.01164505
Glass74.530.0711.871.610.050.071.284.252.720.0196.47164505
Glass74.530.0812.081.740.070.011.274.142.670.0196.59164505
Glass74.470.0912.361.710.070.031.364.242.680.0297.02164505
Glass74.380.0613.601.530.060.021.634.612.520.0198.43164505
Glass74.350.0712.191.510.080.041.324.072.760.0196.40164505
Glass74.090.0812.591.740.070.011.394.242.740.0196.94164505
Glass74.020.0812.241.640.060.031.164.442.780.0196.47164505
Glass73.830.0712.461.620.040.041.274.052.840.0396.24164505
Glass73.650.0812.321.730.070.031.274.312.630.0196.11164505
Glass73.560.0812.431.630.050.051.274.312.790.0296.19164505
Glass73.470.0912.291.510.050.041.244.192.700.0295.61164505
Glass73.450.0812.131.460.050.021.344.402.720.0495.69164505
Glass73.440.0712.251.610.070.031.274.092.580.0395.45164505
Glass73.180.0812.201.460.050.041.284.202.720.0195.22164505
Glass73.140.0911.991.540.050.031.324.212.760.0295.14164505
FeO: total iron is represented as FeO

Instrument Conditions

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

 

References

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.

4505: Watson, E.J., Swindles, G.T., Lawson, I.T. and Savov, I.P. (2016) Do peatlands or lakes provide the most comprehensive distal tephra records?. Quaternary Science Reviews  139, 110-128.

Data Sources

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This Tephrabase search was made on 11/5/2021 at 18:00:56 local time, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.