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Pumice -- Eastern Oregon -- Composition, Magmas, Volcanic ash tuff etc -- Eastern Oregon
The 7.1Ma Rattlesnake Tuff (RST) of eastern Oregon is a widespread and voluminous (>300 km3) ignimbrite composed of 99% crystal poor (≤1%) high-silica rhyolite (HSR) and
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Swenton, V. M., & Streck, M. J. (2022). Pre-Eruptive Magma Configurations and Petrogenetic Relationships of the Rattlesnake Tuff, Oregon–Insights From Spectacularly Banded High-Silica Rhyolite Pumices. Frontiers in Earth Science, 10, 841279.