Chemical composition of Late Cenozoic volcanic and volcaniclastic deposits from the western Woodlark Basin area, SW Pacific, supplement to: Lackschewitz, Klas S; Mertz, Dieter F; Devey, Colin W; Garbe-Schönberg, Carl-Dieter (2003): Late Cenozoic volcanism in the western Woodlark Basin area, SW Pacific: the sources of marine volcanic ash layers based on their elemental and Sr–Nd isotope compositions. Bulletin of Volcanology, 65(2-3), 182-200

Klas S Lackschewitz, Dieter F Mertz, Colin W Devey & Carl-Dieter Garbe-Schönberg
Tephra fallout layers and volcaniclastic deposits, derived from volcanic sources around and on the Papuan Peninsula, form a substantial part of the Woodlark Basin marine sedimentary succession. Sampling by the Ocean Drilling Program Leg 180 in the western Woodlark Basin provides the opportunity to document the distribution of the volcanically-derived components as well as to evaluate their chronology, chemistry, and isotope compositions in order to gain information on the volcanic sources and original magmatic systems....
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