This search has found data that is an average of 7 analyses
The results of your search are shown on this page, which is divided into three sections. The first contains geochemical data in the form of electron probe microanalyses of the the tephra layer you have chosen, which can be downloaded. Most of these analyses will be of glass shards. The second section gives information about the instrument conditions and the third details about the sources of the data and the date and time of your search. You should always refer to the original sources to get the full context of the data presented here.
FeO: total iron is represented as FeO|
*original totals for normalised data (where applicable)
These analyses were carried out under the following electron microprobe conditions.
|Instrument:||Cameca SX50 (Pierre and Marie Curi University of Paris)|
|Beam diameter:||4 Ám|
|Beam raster diameter:||n/a|
|Sample:||mounted in a resin and polished to a flat surface|
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 preceding each reference matches the Ref number on the data table above.
2589 - Walter-Simonnet, AV, Bossuet, G, Develle, AL, Begeot, C, Ruffaldi, P, Magny, M, Adatte, T, Rossy, M, Simonnet, JP, Boutet, J, Zeiller, R, de Beaulieu, JL, Vanniere, B, Thivet, M, Millet, L, Regent, B and Wackenheim, C (2008) Chronicle and distribution of lateglacial tephras in the Vosges and Jura mountains, and the Swiss Plateau. Quaternaire 19, 117-132.
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This Tephrabase search was made on 1/12/2023 at 00:28:10 local time, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.