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Contributions to the Cretaceous paleontology of the Pacific coast

T.W Stanton

Contributions to the Cretaceous paleontology of the Pacific coast

the fauna of the knoxville beds

by T.W Stanton

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Published by U.S. Government Printing Office in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paleontology -- Cretaceous.,
  • Paleontology -- North America -- Pacific Coast.

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    Statementby Timothy William Stanton.
    SeriesU.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 133
    ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination132 p.
    Number of Pages132
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20449694M

      Cretaceous Period, in geologic time, the last of the three periods of the Mesozoic Era. The Cretaceous began million years ago and ended 66 million years ago; it followed the Jurassic Period and was succeeded by the Paleogene Period (the first of the two periods into which the Tertiary Period was divided). The Cretaceous is the longest. The Upper Cretaceous of the Pacific coast comprises the Chico series, with a maximum thickness of feet. In Vancouver's Island the Chico is coal-bearing. The faunal connections of the Chico are with southern Asia, that series having very little in common with the fossils of the interior region. The uppermost Cretaceous is wanting along the. Maiasaura (from the Greek "μαία" and the feminine form of Latin saurus, meaning "good mother reptile" or "good mother lizard") is a large herbivorous hadrosaurid ("duck-billed") dinosaur genus that lived in the area currently covered by the state of Montana in the Upper Cretaceous Period (mid to late Campanian), about million years : †Hadrosauridae.


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pages with 75 fossil plates. Upper Cretaceous of. Jeletzky, J. / ILLUSTRATIONS OF CANADIAN FOSSILS: LOWER CRETACEOUS MARINE INDEX FOSSILS OF THE SEDIMENTARY BASINS OF WESTERN AND ARCTIC CANADA, Geologic Survey of Canada POttawa,pb, pages, 36 plates, 1 table (in pocket), - 3 - $ Contributions to the Cretaceous Paleontology of the Pacific Coast: The Fauna of the Knoxville Beds.

# Stanton T. CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE CRETACEOUS PALEONTOLOGY OF THE PACIFIC COAST: THE FAUNA OF THE KNOXVILLE BEDS 8vo, no wps, cloth tape to spine contents vg. pp., 20 plts of fossils. Price: $ (stock#USGSB). The Late Cretaceous marine gastropod Sycodes glabra (Shumard, ) from the northeast Pacific has been poorly known because the type, which was never figured, was lost in a fire inand the type locality was very poorly located.

A neotype is selected from specimens collected by the early Canadians, geologist J. Richardson and eminent British Columbian naturalist Dr.

C.F. : Richard L. Squires, Raymond Graham. Trionychid turtles were widespread throughout much of the Western Interior Basin of North America during the Cretaceous, represented by a wide variety of taxa.

Despite their widespread abundance east of the Rocky Mountains, they have not previously been reported from Cretaceous deposits along the Pacific Coast of North America.

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(ed.), Cretaceous paleogeography and stratigraphy. Pacific Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists (Society of Sedimentary Geology), B P.1 fig.

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The Cretaceous (/krɪˈteɪʃəs/, kri-TAY-shəs) is a geologic period and system that spans from the end of the Jurassic Period million years ago (mya) to the beginning of the Paleogene Period 66 mya.

It is the last period of the Mesozoic Era, and the longest period of the Phanerozoic Eon. Saul, L.R. and R.L. Squires,New Cretaceous cerithiform gastropods from the Pacific slope of North America. Journal of Paleontology 77(1)– Pentzia hilgardi (White, ); two views, front and back (height about 10 mm).

Gulf Coast Section Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Foundation, Special Publications in Geology 1, Stanton T. Contributions to the Cretaceous paleontology of the Pacific coast.: The fauna of the Knoxville, Bulletin of the United States Geological Surveydoi/b New early Late Cretaceous (Cenomanian) mollusks from Oregon - Volume 76 Issue 1 - Richard L.

Squires, Louella R. SaulCited by: 1. Stanton T. Contributions to the Cretaceous paleontology of the Pacific coast.: The fauna of the Knoxville, Bulletin of the United States Geological Surveydoi/b Whitehouse F.

() The Cretaceous Ammonoidea of Eastern Australia, Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 8. Several of these references date back to the 's and some articles are hyperlinked to pdf files that can be easily downloaded and printed. Examples of topics covered by these references include the Cretaceous period, paleontology, evolution, marine reptiles, Cretaceous fossils and sedimentary rocks.

Extinction. A new species of saurolophine hadrosaurid dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of the Pacific coast of North America ALBERT PRIETO−MÁRQUEZ and JONATHAN R.

WAGNER Prieto−Márquez, A. and Wagner, J.R. A new species of saurolophine hadrosaurid dinosaur from the Late Creta− ceous of the Pacific coast of North America.

Four new venerid species from the Cretaceous of the North American Pacific Slope are described and four previously described species are reassigned. Of the new species, two are allotted to new genera: Rhaiphiale based upon Rhaiphiale pharota n.

and Egrona based upon Egrona fallax n. sp., both Turonian in age and from southern by: 3. Introduction. The Late Cretaceous was a time of remarkably high dinosaur diversity worldwide, but especially so in North America [1, 2].During the Cretaceous, a shallow inland sea separated North America into two large landmasses, Appalachia to the east and Laramidia to the west (), with the bulk of dinosaurs recorded from non-marine rocks that were deposited along the eastern margin of.

EVERMANN, B.W. Museums of the Pacific Coast. Pages ­ in Pacific Coast Committee of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, ed., Nature and Science on the Pacific Coast.

Paul Elder and Co., San Francisco. FARQUHAR, F.P. Up and Down California in. ^ Stanton T. Contributions to the Cretaceous paleontology of the Pacific coast: the fauna of the Knoxville beds.

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Early study of the tungsten deposits in the Tungsten Hills near Bishop, California. Covers early history, geology, relationship to granitic rock, alteration, ore deposits and mines and. The Pacific Northwest was a much drier place after the dinosaurs perished. On and off from about million years ago, volcanoes in the Cascade Mountains oozed lava and spewed ash.

Prodigious. Introduction. The Late Cretaceous was a time of remarkably high dinosaur diversity worldwide, but especially so in North America [1, 2].During the Cretaceous, a shallow inland sea separated North America into two large landmasses, Appalachia to the east and Laramidia to the west (Fig 1), with the bulk of dinosaurs recorded from non-marine rocks that were deposited along the eastern margin of Cited by: 6.

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W.Published: () Molluscan record from a mid-Cretaceous borehole in Weston County, Wyoming / by: Cobban, William Aubrey, Published: ().Fourteen species of Volutidae are recognized from the Neogene ebook central to southern Ebook. Seven species are known from previous descriptions: Voluta triplicata, V.

alta, V. domeykoana, V. obesa, V. vidali, Proscaphella taverai, and Adelomelon reconditus.A neotype is designated for Voluta phella gracilior, type species of the genus Proscaphella, is considered to belong to the Cited by: