Advancing Santorini's tephrostratigraphy: New glass geochemical data and improved marine-terrestrial tephra correlations for the past ∼360 kyrs
Wulf, Sabine; Keller, Jorg; Satow, Christopher; Gertisser, Ralf; Kraml, Michael; Grant, Katharine; Appelt, Oona; Vakhrameeva, Polina; Koutsodendris, Andreas; Hardiman, Mark; Schulz, Hartmut; Pross, Jorg
The island of Santorini in the Aegean Sea is one of the world’s most violent active volcanoes. Santorini has produced numerous highly explosive eruptions over at least the past ∼360 kyrs that are documented by the island’s unique proximal tephra record. However, the lack of precise eruption ages and comprehensive glass geochemical datasets for proximal tephras has long hindered the development of a detailed distal tephrostratigraphy for Santorini eruptions. In light of these requirements, this...[Show more]
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