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Median shard sizes were approximately 40–60 m which proved to be too small for manual extraction. Shard morphology was dominated by clear, arcuate fragments with the larger shards having welldeWned bubble-wall junctions and rare cylindrical vesicles. 2 g/cc). 2 g/cc Na2WO4 solution, sonicated, then centrifuged for 3 minutes. The basal 1 cm of the centrifuge tube (now containing the shards and other detrital mineral grains) was frozen in liquid nitrogen and remaining supernatant (containing diatoms and radiolaria) was decanted and the tube walls were rinsed with deionized water.
9] Crossplots of major element oxide percentage compositions for high-Fe and low-Fe endmembers of Lokochot Tuff volcanic glass shards from the Turkana Basin, Kenya (closed circles), Gulf of Aden (open circles), and the Arabian Sea (open triangles). 4); error bars represent one standard deviation. 10] Crossplots of major element oxide percentage compositions for -Tulu Bor Tuff volcanic glass shards from the Turkana Basin, Kenya (closed circles), Gulf of Aden (open circles), and the Arabian Sea (open triangles).