2 edition of Mississippian cephalopods of northern and eastern Alaska found in the catalog.
Mississippian cephalopods of northern and eastern Alaska
|Statement||by Mackenzie Gordon, Jr.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 283|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 61 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
Mississippian through Jurassic rocks, which contain the field's important reservoirs, were derived from northern uplifts. The unconformable Cretaceous clastic rocks, which contain the probable source rocks of the Prudhoe Bay oils, were derived from the Brooks Range uplifts on the south. species occurs in Alaska (Gordon , p. 53). Nearly median section in plane of coiling of Entogonites cf. borealis Gordon from Cashel, Co. Fermanagh, Northern Ireland; x 4. Entogonites differs markedly from Nomismoceras (which is a common element of the Cashel GORDON, M. Mississippian Cephalopods of northern and eastern Alaska.
Gordon, M. Jr. Missisippian Cephalopods of Northern and Eastern Alaska. Professional Papers of the United States Geological Survey , 1– Gordon, M. Jr. Species of Goniatites in the Caney Shale of Oklahoma. Journal of Paleontol – Gordon, M. Jr. Carboniferous Cephalopods of Arkansas. Description: The Journal of Paleontology, published by the Paleontological Society, includes original articles and notes on the systematics of fossil organisms and the implications of systematics to biostratigraphy, paleoecology, paleogeography, and Journal emphasizes specimen-based research and features high quality illustrations. All taxonomic groups are treated, including.
Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Contains articles on Devonian and Mississippian Formations of Alaska, Devonian of Canada, New Miocene Formation in South Dakota and more. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, , Bulletin, 45 (5). Printed wraps, usual signs of use and age, very good condition. $ Early Carboniferous (Mississippian) ammonoid biogeography Article (PDF Available) in Geobios 45(1) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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MISSISSIPPIAN CEPHALOPODS OF NORTHERN AND EASTERN ALASKA By MACKENZIE GORDON, Jr. ABSTRACT Cephalopods of Mississippian age occur in the rocks of the Brooks Range of northern Alaska and along the Yukon River in the Eagle-Circle district in eastern Alaska.
The cephalopod faunas include goniatites that can be correlated with zones in. Mississippian cephalopods of northern and eastern Alaska: Descriptions and illustrations of 43 nautiloids and ammonoid and correlation of the goniatite zones (Geological Survey) [Gordon, Mackenzie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Mississippian cephalopods of northern and eastern Alaska: Descriptions and illustrations of 43 nautiloids and ammonoid and Author: Mackenzie Gordon.
Mississippian cephalopods of northern and eastern Alaska,USGS Professional Paper, PP 61 pages with 26 figures and 6 plates. Gordon] on. Get this from a library. Mississippian cephalopods of northern and eastern Alaska.
Descriptions and illustrations of 43 nautiloids and ammonoid and correlation of the assemblages with European Carboniferous goniatite zones. [Mackenzie Gordon] -- Descriptions and illustrations of 43 nautiloids and ammonoids and correlation of the assemblages with European Carboniferous goniatite zones.
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Everyday low Author: Mackenzie Gordon. MISSISSIPPIAN CEPHALOPODS OF NORTHERN AND EASTERN ALASKA Lisburne by Collier (, p. 23). A small collection from unit 1 of their section at Calico Bluff on the Yukon River, was published by Brooks and Kindle (, p.
Other records have been published by Smith (, p. 78) and Mertie (, p.;p. New Late Mississippian ostracode genera and species from northern Alaska / by: Sohn, I.Published: () The Triassic cephalopod genera of America / by: Hyatt, Alpheus,et al.
Published: (). State of Alaska Alaska / Natural Resources DNR / Geological & Geophysical Surveys DGGS / Publications Pubs / P P USGS P Mississippian cephalopods of northern and eastern Alaska. M. Gordon sippian Cephalopods of Northern and Eastern Alaska Professional Papers of the United States Geological Survey, (), pp.
Google Scholar. Mississippian Cephalopods Of Northern And Eastern Alaska These fossils can be correlated with 11AS77 Orthoceras sp. Kionocerasf sp. B MISSISSIPPIAN CEPHALOPODS OF NORTHERN AND EASTERN ALASKA. Mississippian cephalopods of northern and eastern Alaska (DLC)gs (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Mackenzie Gordon; Geological Survey (U.S.).
Depositional record of a major tectonic transition in northern Alaska: Middle Devonian to Mississippian rift-basin margin deposits, upper Kongakut River region, eastern Brooks Range, Alaska.
There are 6 plates showing many cephalopod fossil examples. Mississippian Cephalopods of Northern Alaska Gordon Fossils Paleontology | eBay Skip to main content. Much of the northern Pacific Rim, from eastern China and the Russian Far East in the northwest through Alaska to western parts of Canada, the United States, and Mexico in the southeast (Fig.
1), is characterized by a complex array of oceanic, accretionary prism, magmatic arc, and back-arc basin terranes and associated microcontinental blocks.
MISSISSIPPIAN CEPHALOPODS OF NORTHERN AND EASTERN ALASKA: GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government. Similar Items. Carboniferous cephalopods of Arkansas / by: Gordon, Mackenzie, Published: () Mississippian cephalopods of northern and eastern Alaska / by: Gordon, Mackenzie, Published: () The fauna of the phosphate beds of the Park City formation in Idaho, Wyoming, and Utah / by: Girty, George Herbert,Published: ().
Age: Early and Middle Mississippian Period Distribution: Northern Arkansas, Ozark Plateaus; southwestern Missouri and eastern Oklahoma Geology: The Boone Formation consists of gray, fine- to coarse-grained fossiliferous limestone interbedded with chert.
Some sections may be predominantly limestone or chert. The cherts are dark in color in the lower part of the sequence and light in the upper.
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Introduction. The Michigan Basin is one of the most recognizable geologic features on the North American craton. It covers an area of approximatelykm 2 and consists of Precambrian to Jurassic rocks (Catacosinos et al.,Harrell et al., ).The Paleozoic succession in the basin is the thickest of the three geologic eras, reaching a thickness of about m (Catacosinos et al.
Formations of the Book Cliffs, Carbon, Emery and Grand Counties, Utah, and Garfield andMississippian Cephalopods of Northern and Eastern Alaska, U.S.G.S. Professional Paper Gordon, Mackenzie, Jr.,Some American Mid-Continent Carboniferous Cephalopods, eastern New York and adjacent Vermont, Journal of Palaeontology.
Mississippian cephalopods of northern and eastern Alaska,Professional Paper River flood plains: Some observations on their formation,Professional Paper C.Southeast Indian, member of any of the Native American peoples of the southeastern United States.
The boundaries of this culture area are somewhat difficult to delineate, because the traditional cultures in the Southeast shared many characteristics with those from neighbouring regions.
Thus, most scholars define the region’s eastern and southern boundaries as the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf.Paleotectonic investigations of the Mississippian System in the United States, IssuePart 2.