Glowing avalanche deposits from two pumice-filled basins in Guatemala provided charcoal which has been dated at 31,000 and 35,000 years old. The avalanche deposits directly overlie pumice of explosive origin; thus the time of the explosive volcanism is also established. A possible Central American source has been suggested for ash in the equatorial Pacific of approximately this age.

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