2 edition of Index and bibliography of Late Cenozoic freshwater Mollusca of western North America found in the catalog.
Index and bibliography of Late Cenozoic freshwater Mollusca of western North America
Dwight W. Taylor
On spine: D. W. Taylor : Western American freshwater Mollusca
|Other titles||Western America freshwater Mollusca|
|Statement||Dwight W. Taylor|
|Series||Claude W. Hubbard memorial volume ; 1, Papers on paleontology -- no. 10, Contribution no. 43, The Pacific Marine Station, University of the Pacific, Dillon Beach, Calif, Papers on paleontology -- no. 10|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||384 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||384|
Bibliography and index of North American geology, paleontology, petrology, and mineralogy for the year / (Washington [D.C.]: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., ), by Fred Boughton Weeks and Geological Survey (U.S.) (page images at HathiTrust) Cenozoic mammal horizons of western North America. (Govt. Print. Temporal and latitudinal trends in the biodiversity of European Atlantic Cenozoic gastropod (Mollusca) faunas. A base for the history of biogeographic provinces.- Carnets de Géologie [Notebooks on Geology], Brest, vol. 14, n° 14, p. Résumé: Évolution temporelle et latitudinale de la biodiversité des faunes de gastéropodes.
South America was home to a host of unique animals during the some million years the continent was isolated, during most of the Cenozic Period. Details and constructions of mammals ranging from. In , Barendregt and Irving provided a summary of the magnetostratigraphical data for western Canada and the north-western USA ().This summary was updated to include new sampling locations (), and new magnetochron/subchron ages of tills, intertill beds, interglacial sediments, palaeosols and pre-glacial sediments for sites in NW Canada, published in Cited by:
SOME WESTERN AMERICAN CENOZOIC GASTROPODS OF THE GENUS NASSARIUS B21 weaver, C. E., , Paleontology of the marine Tertiary forma tions of Oregon and Washington: Washington Univ. Geology Pub., v. 5, p., 1()± pls. , Geology of the coast ranges immediately north of the San Francisco Bay Region, California: Geol. by: 7. "The New Zealand Geological Timescale" GNS Monogr by R.A. Cooper and co-contributors contains further information on this topic, as well as stratigraphic information about Cenozoic Mollusca. The online New Zealand Stratigraphic Lexicon (StratLex) contains bibliographic information about New Zealand stratigraphic units.
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Index and bibliography of late Cenozoic freshwater Mollusca of western North America. [Ann Arbor]: Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, (OCoLC) Index and bibliography of late cenozoic freshwater mollusca of Western North America.
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Claude W. Hibbard Memorial Volume 1. Papers on Paleontology (Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan), 1– [one-page errata issued in ].Fields: malacology, paleontology. Neogene mammals of North America (2 C, 23 P) P Paleogene mammals of North America (3 C, 28 P) Q Quaternary mammals of North America (1 C, 10 P) Pages in category "Cenozoic mammals of North America" The following 31 pages are in this category, out of 31 total.
Index and Bibliography of Late Cenozoic Freshwater Mollusca of Western North America. Ann Arbor: Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan Press, Papers on Paleontology, no.
Vokes, Emily H., ed. Tulane Studies in Geology. This bibliography of publications from to concerning the taxonomy, developmental stages, and ecology of the beetle family Staphylinidae of America.
Summary of late Cenozoic freshwater fish records for North America,Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, Number 34 pages with 1 table. [Uyeno, T. and Miller, R. R.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Summary of late Cenozoic freshwater fish records for North America,Occasional Papers of the Museum of ZoologyAuthor: R.
Uyeno, T. and Miller. Title. Cenozoic mammal horizons of western North America. Title Variants: Alternative: Bibliography of western Cenozoic horizons and their correlation Related Titles. Series: Geological Survey bulletin By.
Osborn, Henry Fairfield, This book is recommended for academic libraries. -- Linda R. Zellmer, E-Streams Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic Mammals of North America is now the modern standard reference for mammalian biochronology.
-- Bruce J. MacFadden, Journal of Paleontology1/5(1). A Bibliography and List of Molluscan Names of Josiah Keep by EUGENECOAN Research Associate, Department of Invertebrate Zoology, California Academy of Sciences, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California Abstract. (17 May ).
BURCH, JOHN BAYARD. Freshwater snails (Mollusca: Gastropoda) of North America. U.S. This bibliography is the first installment in a review of the freshwater and brackish-water Mollusca of western North America, Pleistocene as well as living.
Part 2 will consist of a compendium of the nominal species of the region, with references to original descriptions, illustrations, subsequent classification, and location of types and type.
Abstract. Cold-water molluscan fauna originated in the North Pacific in accordance with the worldwide cooling events around the latest Eocene. The westward trans-Pacific migration of the cold-water molluscs occurred during the early to early middle Miocene, owing to shifting climatic belts and “ecological opportunity” rather than current by: 6.
Special Papers Archive of All Online GSA Special Papers: –Present Volume (, in press): Untangling the Quaternary Period: A Legacy of Stephen C.
Porter Volume (, in press): Structural and Thermal Evolution of the Himalayan Thrust Belt in Midwestern Nepal Volume (, in press): Southern and Central Mexico: Basement. A synopsis of the classification of the fresh-water Mollusca of North America, north of Mexico, and a catalogue of the more recently described species, Related Titles.
Series: University of Michigan. Museum of zoology. Miscellaneous publications, no. 6 By. Walker, Bryant, The culmination of a ten year study, this book treats all bivalve mollusks living from northern Baja California, Mexico to the Arctic Alaska. A total of species are described and illustrated.
TAYLOR, D. W.,Index and bibliography of Late Cenozoic freshwater Mollusca of western North America. Claude W. Hibbard Memorial Volume 1. Papers on Paleontology (Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan), 1– [one-page errata issued in ].
References for - Revised descriptions of New Zealand Cenozoic Mollusca References The following bibliography is an augmented version of that in Beu & Maxwell () and thus contains all of the references included in that monograph, plus new references included in synonymies or discussions in the revised descriptive text.
In addition to the major pubEcations listed above (and hundreds of more minor ones listed in the References, pp. ), an additional publication should be mentioned: Bryant Walker's () A synopsis of the classification of the freshwater Mollusca of North America, north of Mexico, and a catalogue of the more recently described species.
CENOZOIC FOSSIL MOLLUSKS FROM WESTERN PACIFIC ISLANDS; GASTROPODS (ERATOIDAE THROUGH HARPIDAE) By HARRY S. LADD ABSTRACT Descriptions and citations of Cenozoic fossil mollusks from seven island groups in the western Pacific, started in U.S.
Geological Survey Professional Papers andare conCited by: North America Fossil Record Late Pleistocene Late Miocene American Continent These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by:.
Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic Mammals of North America is now the modern standard reference for mammalian biochronology. — Bruce J. MacFadden. Journal of Paleontology. This book is recommended for academic libraries. — Linda R. Zellmer. E-StreamsPrice: $This book is recommended for academic libraries.
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