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Isopach, lithic isopleth, and pyroxene, Fe-Ti oxide, and plagioclase geochemistry data for the Orange Tuff, West Java, Indonesia

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Harpel, C.J, Stimac, J., Kushendratno, Avendano Rodriguez de Harpel, C.F., and Primulyana, S., 2018, Isopach, lithic isopleth, and pyroxene, Fe-Ti oxide, and plagioclase geochemistry data for the Orange Tuff, West Java, Indonesia: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/F7SJ1JJF.

Summary

The Orange Tuff is an informally named tephra-fall deposit that crops out extensively in the volcanic highlands to the south and southwest of Bogor, West Java, Indonesia. The data included in this data release documents the deposit thickness and maximum sizes of lithics present at sites throughout its distribution. Additional tables document dispersal areas calculated from within hand-drawn isopach and lithic isopleth maps based on the aforementioned thickness and lithic size data. Such area measurements will be used in the related subsequent publication listed in the metadata to derive eruption and deposit characteristics such as bulk volume and column height and to help determine the source volcano. The isopach and isopleth maps [...]

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OT_Fe-Ti_Oxides.txt
“Fe-Ti Oxide Geochemistry”
16.43 KB
OT_Isopachs.txt
“Orange Tuff Isopachs”
80 Bytes
OT_Lithic_Isopleth.txt
“Orange Tuff Isopleths”
119 Bytes
OT_Max_Lithics.txt
“Orange Tuff Maximum Lithic Data”
1.56 KB
OT_Plagioclase.txt
“Plagioclase Geochemistry”
13.42 KB
OT_Pyroxenes.txt
“Pyroxene Geochemistry”
16.21 KB
OT_Thickness.txt
“Orange Tuff Thickness Data”
3.55 KB
Orange_Tuff_Data_Release_Metadata.xml
“Metadata for the Orange Tuff Data Release”
Original FGDC Metadata

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Purpose

These data were collected in support of studies of the Orange Tuff in order to delineate the distribution of the deposit and understand the eruption that emplaced. The geochemical data were further used to geochemically fingerprint the eruption and better understand the pre-eruption magmatic conditions that led to the eruption.

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