3 edition of Bibliographic index of North American Devonian Cephalopoda found in the catalog.
Bibliographic index of North American Devonian Cephalopoda
E. M. Kindle
|Statement||by E.M. Kindle and A.K. Miller.|
|Series||Special paper (Geological Society of America), no. 23, Special papers (Geological Society of America) ;, 23.|
|Contributions||Miller, A. K. 1902-|
|LC Classifications||Z6033.P2 K45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 179 p.|
|Number of Pages||179|
|LC Control Number||40013398|
During the Devonian, there were three major continental masses: North America and Europe sat together near the equator, with much of their current area covered by shallow seas. To the north lay a portion of modern Siberia. A composite continent of South America, Africa, Antarctica, India, and Australia dominated the southern hemisphere. Life. Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian) Philadelphia: Wagner Free Institute of Science of Philadelphia, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Wagner Free Institute of Science. OCLC Number: Description: volumes in: illustrations ; 22 x 28 cm: Contents: Division I. Lower Groups. 1A.
Devonian cephalopods of North America (1 C) A Devonian ammonites (3 C, 25 P) Pages in category "Devonian cephalopods" The following 16 pages are in this category, out of 16 total. This list may not reflect recent changes. B. Bactritida;. Devonian bactritids are described for the first time from South America. They come from siliciclastic rocks of the Talacasto Formation in the Precordillera Basin, west-central Argentina.
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Pages: Janu The present publication is the first unit to be issued of a bibliographic index which is intended to fill the gap between Weller’s Bibliographic index of North American Carboniferous invertebrates and Bassler’s Bibliographic index of American Ordovician and Silurian fossils.
Genre/Form: Bibliography book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Kindle, E.M. (Edward Martin), Bibliographic index of North American Devonian. Bibliographic index of North American Devonian Cephalopoda. [New York] The Society, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: E M Kindle; A K Miller.
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Brachiopoda and biostratigraphy of the Silurian-Devonian Delorme Formation in the District of Mackenzie, the Yukon. Page - left; hinge simple. Surface frequently horny in appearance, smooth and glossy in most cases, granulose or minutely punctate in others; a small tubercle or " eye-spot" is generally present on the anterodorsal fourth, while a large rounded, subcentrally situated muscular imprint is a well-marked feature of the interior and.
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A bibliographic index of North American late Paleozoic Hyolitha, Amphineura, Scaphopoda, and Gastropoda; an objective paleontologic compliation through extended from and including references in a similar index by Stuart Weller, Biostratigraphy of the phosphoria, Park City, and shedhorn formations: Book Reviews.
Bibliographic index of North American Devonian Cephalopoda by E. Kindle 1 edition - first published in Read Accessible bookBibliography. Five years ago he attempted to complete, from the literature, a bibliographic index of the Devonian cephalopods of North America, and he then became aware of the urgent need for a restudy of the type specimens of American Devonian ammonoids as well as nautiloids.
Class Cephalopoda. Squids, octopuses, and the chambered nautilus are all examples of modern cephalopods. Cephalopods are active predators and swim through the water to find their food. The diversity of shelled cephalopods was much greater during the Devonian than today, which is represented only by Nautilus.
Schriften. mit Carl O. Dunbar; G. Condra: The nautiloid cephalopods of the Pennsylvanian system in the mid-continent region. Lincoln, Nebraska ; Devonian ammonoids of America. Geological Society of America Special Pap ; mit Edward Martin Kindle: Bibliographic index of North American Devonian Cephalopoda.
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Title. The Cephalopoda. Related Titles. Series: TT / By. Chun, Carl, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info.Plate Tectonics and the Alamo Impact. North America Placement. The Earth’s landmasses are more dynamic than one may think.
The outer layer of the Earth’s crust is actually broken into a series of tectonic plates that move independently from one another. The movements of these plates are responsible for building the Earth’s tallest mountains and deepest trenches.Devonian Period, in geologic time, an interval of the Paleozoic Era that follows the Silurian Period and precedes the Carboniferous Period, spanning between about million and million years ago.
It is sometimes called the ‘Age of Fishes’ because of the diverse and abundant fishes found in Devonian .