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Uses of volcanic ash beds in geomorphology

Abstract
In geomorphology air-fall volcanic ashes possess high value as marker beds. These have proved particularly useful in studies associated with infilling of flood plains, fan building, terrace correlation and chronology, erosion, shoreline and sea level changes, recent tectonics, archaeology and ground surfaces. Ash beds and the community are also discussed.
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Journal Article
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Series
Earth Science Journal
Citation
Pullar, W.A. (1967). Uses of volcanic ash beds in geomorphology. Earth Science Journal, 1(2), 164-177.
Date
1967
Publisher
Waikato Geological Society, The University of Waikato
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