Areal distribution, thickness, mass, volume, and grain size of tephra-fall deposits from the 1992 eruptions of Crater Peak vent, Mt. Spurr Volcano, Alaska

@inproceedings{Mcgimsey2001ArealDT,
  title={Areal distribution, thickness, mass, volume, and grain size of tephra-fall deposits from the 1992 eruptions of Crater Peak vent, Mt. Spurr Volcano, Alaska},
  author={Robert G. Mcgimsey and C A Neal and Colleen M Riley},
  year={2001}
}
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