Tephra layers of the Wilson Creek Formation, Mono Basin, California.

@inproceedings{Yang2018TephraLO,
  title={Tephra layers of the Wilson Creek Formation, Mono Basin, California.},
  author={Qingyuan Yang and Marcus Bursik and Solene Pouget},
  year={2018}
}
Tephra deposits within the Wilson Creek Formation were formed during the late Pleistocene, and are interbedded with lacustrine deposits formed in Lake Russell (the ancestor of present-day Mono Lake). Most of the tephra layers are rhyolitic in composition, and were produced from the Mono Craters. In this study, we present detailed stratigraphy and sedimentology of these tephra layers sampled at ten outcrops near the shoreline of Mono Lake and the Mono Craters, and implement grain size… CONTINUE READING

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