2 edition of Notes on fossils from the eocene of the gulf province found in the catalog.
Notes on fossils from the eocene of the gulf province
Julia Anna Gardner
|Statement||by Julia Gardner.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 193-B, Shorter contributions to general geology|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 17-44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
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Get this from a library. Notes on fossils from the Eocene of the Gulf province: the annelid genus Tubulostium ; The gastropod families cassididae, ficidae, and buccinidae. [Julia Anna Gardner; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Notes on Fossils from the Eocene of the Gulf Province; I, the Annelid Genus Tubulostium: II, the Gastropod Families Cassididae, Ficidae, and Buccinida Paperback – Ma by Julia Gardner (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Julia Gardner.
Notes on fossils from the Eocene of the Gulf Province; I, The annelid genus Tubulostium; II, The gastropod families Cassididae, Ficidae, and Buccinidae Professional Paper B. FOSSILS FROM THE EOCENE OF THE GULF PROVINCE 19 veloping the chalky inner tube. Outer whorls more or less overlapping the inner, the shell bulging in front of the sutures on both the upper and the lower surfaces; slightly concave directly in front of the peripheral by: 4.
Gardner, J. and Bowles, E. Notes on Fossils from the Eocene of the Gulf Province I. The Annelid Genus Tubulostium and II. The Gastropod Families Cassididae, Ficidae, and Buccinidae. United States Geological Survey,Geological Survey Professional Paper, PP B:. Stratigraphic distribution of Paleocene and Eocene fossils in the eastern gulf coast region.
University: Geological Survey of Alabama, Geologic Division, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lyman D Toulmin. A new Upper Cretaceous rudistid from the Kemp clay of Texas -- [ptl] B.
Notes on fossils from the Eocene of the Gulf province -- [pt.] C. Some linguloid shells from the late Devonian and early Carboniferous rocks of Pennsylvania and Ohio -- [pt.] D. The oldest Coastal Plain fossils are found farthest inland, reaching to the fall line, where the Piedmont meets the Coastal Plain.
Sequentially younger fossils tend to be located closer to the present coasts, following the younger ages of r, some of the youngest fossils (from the Late Paleogene and Pleistocene) are also found in deposits lying on top of older sediments.
leocene and Eocene fossils in the eastern Gulf coast region. Geological Survey of Alabama Monograph 13 1,1– [A, B, O] Tucker, H. () Some Atlantic Coast Tertiary Pecti-nidae. American Midland Natural – [B, O] Tucker, H. () The Atlantic and Gulf Coast Tertiary Pectinidae of the United States.
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Univ. Texas Pub. pp.pls. STENZEL, H. and TURNER, FRANCIS EARL Type invertebrate fossils of North America. Eocene. Gastropoda. Bur. Geol. Austin. 92 cards, text and figs. Notes on Fossils from the Eocene of the Gulf Province I. The Annelid Genus Tubulostium and II.
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