Sheep Track Pumice
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Sheep Track Pumice or Sheep Track Member by Canadian volcanologist Jack Souther, is the name for a pumice deposit in northern British Columbia, Canada. It lies in the Snowshoe Lava Field and is thought to have formed in the Holocene period.
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