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Distal ash fall from the mid-Holocene eruption of Mount Hudson (H2) discovered in the Falkland Islands: New possibilities for Southern Hemisphere archive synchronisation

Panayiotis Panaretos, Paul Albert Orcid Logo, Zoë A. Thomas, Chris S.M. Turney, Charles R. Stern, Gwydion Jones, Alan N. Williams, Victoria C. Smith, Alan G. Hogg, Christina J. Manning

Quaternary Science Reviews, Volume: 266, Start page: 107074

Swansea University Authors: Paul Albert Orcid Logo, Gwydion Jones

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Published in: Quaternary Science Reviews
ISSN: 0277-3791
Published: Elsevier BV 2021
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa57331
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Keywords: South America; Cryptotephra; Tephrochronology; Patagonia; Southern volcanic zone; Hudson; South Atlantic; Southern Ocean; Antarctic
College: Faculty of Science and Engineering
Funders: This project was supported by the Australian Research Council (grant no. DE200100907 and DP130104156). P. Panaretos was supported by a UNSW Summer Vacation Research Scholarship. P.G.A and G.J are funded through a UK Research and Innovation Future Leaders Fellowship (MR/S035478/1).
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