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Permian ammonoids of the Guadalupe mountain region and adjacent areas

A. K. Miller

Permian ammonoids of the Guadalupe mountain region and adjacent areas

by A. K. Miller

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Published by The Society in [New York] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Guadalupe Mountains.,
  • Texas.,
  • North America.
    • Subjects:
    • Ammonoidea.,
    • Paleontology -- Permian.,
    • Paleontology -- Texas.,
    • Paleontology -- North America.,
    • Guadalupe Mountains.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 181-192.

      Statementby A. K. Miller and W. M. Furnish.
      SeriesGeological Society of America. Special papers,, no. 26
      ContributionsFurnish, W. M. 1912- joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE807.A5 M66
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 242 p.
      Number of Pages242
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6403229M
      LC Control Number40012987
      OCLC/WorldCa2342998

      Permian ammonoids of the Okhotsk Region, Roadian (Guadalupian, Middle Permian) microfauna from the Guadalupe Mountains, West Texas, USA Nestell, Galina P., Merlynd K. Nestell, Galina V. Kotlyar, XVIII International Congress on the Carboniferous and Permian This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

      The Antevs Library Online Author Title Catalog The catalog includes nearly titles. The following list, arranged alphabetically by first author for dissertations & theses, books and reprints; then by journal, map and media; can be searched using your browser's "FIND" (ctrl-F) utility. Full text of "The Guadalupe Mountains Symposium: Proceedings of the 25th anniversary conference on research and resource management in Guadalupe Mountains National Park" See other formats.

      Arendt, Yu. A., , Nekotore Morskie Lilii Permi Priuralya I Timora [Some Permian crinoids from the Priurals and Timor]: Ezhegodnik Vsesoyuznogo Paleontologicheskogo Obshchestva, v. 21, p. , 1 . A succession of late Early through Medial Permian conodont faunas is documented for the first time from the calcareous, fine grained, quartzose sandstones of the Assistance and Trold Fiord Formations on northern Elles-mere Island, Northwest Territories. Of the taxa identified and described, one species and three subspecies are proposed as new. The taxa include, in chronological order.


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INTRODUCTION AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. The strata of the Guadalupe Mountain region can be regarded as the classic Permian of North America.

Over 80 years ago these rocks and their fossils were described in some detail, and the first comprehensive report on the marine Permian faunas of North America was based on specimens from the Guadalupe and the Delaware mountains. Permian Ammonoids of the Guadalupe Mountain Region and Adjacent Areas [Miller, A.

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Soc. America Spec. Paper Describes all known Permian ammonoids from west Texas, including collections made in Guadalupe Mountains during present investigation.

The Permian pandemic ammonoids in a, Permian ammonoids of the Guadalupe Mountain region and adjacent areas: Geological Society of America Special Paper, v.

26, p. Miller, A.K., and Furnish in Nanjing Institute of Geology and Paleontology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, ed., Hand Book of Stratigraphy and Fossils of Southwest China Cited by: 2. In book: Ammonoid Permian ammonoids of the Guadalupe Mountain region and adjacent areas.

Although the main focus of the project is the Carboniferous and Permian ammonoids it is only right. permian ammonoids from xinjiang, northwest china Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Paleontology 79(Mar ) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

This monograph analyzes all available data on the biostratigraphic and biogeographical distribution of Permian ammonoids and the ecological Permian ammonoids: Biostratigraphic, biogeographical, and ecological analysis.

A.K. and Furnish, W.M., Permian Ammonoids of the Guadalupe Mountain Region and Adjacent Areas, Spec. Pap. Geol Cited by: MS Book and Mineral Company Invertebrate Paleontology Catalog. Home Page: Sale: List of Catalogs: Contact information: W.

/ PERMIAN AMMONOIDS OF THE GUADALUPE MOUNTAIN REGION AND ADJACENT AREAS, Baltimore, GSA SP 26,pb, pages, 44 plates, 59 figs., 6 tables, - 3. The western edge of the Guadalupe fault block has been lifted more than two miles from its original position below sea level along a series of branching faults that run adjacent to the base of the Western Escarpment.

Fault zones that form the eastern border of the Salt Basin and the western edge of the Guadalupe Block are complex. Paleozoic ammonoids have attracted much less attention from professional and amateur paleontologists than Mesozoic ammonoids.

B.,Permian ammonoids of the Guadalupe Mountain region and adjacent areas, Geol. Soc. Spec. Pap. 1– CrossRef Google Scholar. Nassichuk, W. W., Z.,Several problems on the early Cited by: communities similar to those in adjacent forest biomes.

Frank B. Cross discusses the use of the book are concerned with mammals. Ammonoids of the Guadalupe Mountain Region and adjacent areas. Geol. Soc. Amer. Spec. Pap. A total of 17 brachiopod species belonging to 15 genera are recorded from a limestone block of about 3×4 km 2 in the Indus–Tsangbo suture zone at Xiukang in Lhaze County of Tibet.

The brachiopod fauna generally indicates a Late Guadalupian age (late Wordian–Capitanian, late Middle Permian) based on its association with the Timorites-bearing ammonoid fauna and the presence of the Cited by: 西藏雅鲁藏布江缝合带含有从砾石级到几十平方千米大小的二叠纪灰岩体,它们没有完整的地层层序,与围岩形成混杂或滑杂堆积,长期以来对其来源的解释存在争论。本文通过对灰岩体的动物群类型、古生物地理区系及其岩石学特征等方面进行研究和比较,认为雅鲁藏布江缝合线一带的二叠纪灰岩.

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(Washington, Govt. print. off., ), by Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.), Samuel Hubbard Scudder, F. Meek, F. Hayden, and United. Guadalupe-Hueco areas of trans-Pecos Texas, NovemberWest Texas Geological Society, 91 p. Fly, S. H., III,Shallow marine environments of the Laborcita Formation (Wolfcampian), Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico, unpublished Master's thesis, University of Texas at Austin, 61 p.

Clarkina, which characterizes Upper Permian (Lopingian Series) strata, evolved from Jinogondolella altudaensis in the Delaware basin of West Texas as demonstrated by transitional continuity. The West Texas section is significantly more complete in the uppermost Guadalupian interval than that of the probable GSSP reference section in South China, and clarifies the phylogenetic relationships Cited by: Although there are reports of this form in the Kungurian and Roadian (Girty, a) of North America, the species has commonly been recorded in localities from the Capitanian (late-middle Permian) of Guadalupe Mountains in Texas and New Mexico (Girty, a; Cooper and Grant, a).

Occurrence. Las Manuelas I section, level C, Las Delicias Author: Miguel A. Torres-Martínez, Daniela P. Heredia-Jiménez, Sara A. Quiroz-Barroso, Pilar Navas-Parejo, F. Heteromorph ammonoids from the Albian and Cenomanian of Texas and adjacent areas. Geological Society of America, Memoir 99 pp., 24 pl.

Miller, A. K. & W. M. Furnish. Permian ammonoids of the Guadalupe Mountain region and adjacent areas. Geological Society of America. Guide Book. 9th Field Trip:7 pl. Stenzel, H. B. Permian fusulinid fauna of Peri-Gondwanan affinity from the Kalmard region, east-Central Iran and its significance for tectonics and paleogeography.

Palaeontologia Electronica, 10 (2), 10A Davydov, V.I. and Arefifard, S. Cited by: The Trans-Pecos region, located in the westernmost part of the State, is an area of mountains and plateaus with broad basins between the major mountain ranges.

Many different types of rocks are exposed in Trans-Pecos Texas and these include marine, fresh-water, and terrestrial deposits.