Laacher See Tephra: A widespread isochronous late Quaternary tephra layer in central and northern Europe

@inproceedings{Bogaard1985LaacherST,
  title={Laacher See Tephra: A widespread isochronous late Quaternary tephra layer in central and northern Europe},
  author={Paul van den Bogaard and Hans-Ulrich Schmincke},
  year={1985}
}
A late Quaternary tephra layer, widespread in central and northern Europe, resulted from explosive Plinian and phreatomagmatic eruptions of the Laacher See Volcano 11,000 yr B.P. The tephra is distinguished from other late Quaternary andesitic-rhyolitic airfall tuff layers in northern Europe and from basaltic or trachytic tuff deposits in southern Europe by its phonolitic composition and abundance of sanidine, plagioclase, clinopyroxene, amphibole, and sphene. The proximal tephia sequence at… CONTINUE READING

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