American species of orthophragmina and lepidocyclina by Joseph A. Cushman

Cover of: American species of orthophragmina and lepidocyclina | Joseph A. Cushman

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

Written in English

Read online

Edition Notes

Book details

Statementby Joseph A. Cushman.
SeriesU.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 125-D, Shorter contributions to general geology
ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 39-108 p. :
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20603553M

Download American species of orthophragmina and lepidocyclina

The American Species of Orthophragmina and Lepidocyclina Paperback – January 1, by Joseph A. Cushman (Author)Author: Joseph A. Cushman. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cushman, Joseph A. (Joseph Augustine), American species of Orthophragmina and Lepidocyclina. Get this from a library.

The American species of Orthophragmina and Lepidocyclina. [Joseph A Cushman; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. Eight species of Scyphocrinus occurring in America are described and are figured together with several species of other genera.

A table of analysis of the American forms is given. McF. The American Species of Orthophragmina and Lepidocyclina. By JOSEPH A. CUSHMAN. Shorter Contributions to General Geol- ogy. species of Lepidocyclina, of which Lepidocy­ clina ocalana Cushman and L.

fioridana Cush­ man are the most common, also has Operculina willcoxi (Heilprin) Cushman and Heteroste­ gina ocalana Cushman.

This zone is exposed in the region of Levy and Marion counties, Fla. Author: J.A. Cushman. N1 - An Eocene flora from trans-Pecos, Texas -- Gradations from continental to marine conditions of deposition in central Montana during the Eagle and Judith River epochs -- Pliocene and Pleistocene fossils from the Arctic Coast of Alaska and the auriferous beaches of Nome, Norton Sound, Alaska -- The American species of Orthophragmina and Lepidocyclina.

Survey record book of localities as no. The material is a cream colored, rather soft, argillaceous limestone. The species represented are asfollows: Operculinasp., cf.

ocalana Cushman(1, p.pl. 19, figs. 4, 5). The specimens resemble 0. ocalana but are smaller and the number of chambers isCited by: 7. Full text of "A bibliography of American Foraminifera" See other formats mm %]^f^ 3^, Cushman Laboratory for Foraminifei SPECIAL PUBLICATION NO.

3 ♦A Bibliography of American Foraminifera BY JOSEPH AUGUSTINE CUSHMAN, Ph. Lecturer in Micropalaeontology, Harvard University and Director, Cushman Laboratory for Foraminiferal Research American species of orthophragmina and lepidocyclina book C SHARON.

Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. SUBSCRIBE. LOG IN The American Species of Orthophragmina and Lepidocyclina. Joseph A. Cushman. McF. 30(3), p. First Page | PDF (64 KB) | Permissions North American Early Tertiary Bryozoa.

Ferdinand Canu and Ray S. Bassler. Taking into consideration that L. rdouvillei is a primitive species of Lepidocyclina and Polylepidina sp. 1 an advanced species of Polylepidina, we propose an age comprised within zones E10 and E11 (i.e., between Ma and Ma; Fig.

13) for the Los Choros strata of the Paracas Formation exposed in the Zamaca by: 1. Vaughan: "Larger Foraminifera of the Genus Lepidocyclina related to Lepidocyclina mantelli" The Proc.

of U. Nat, Mus., Vol. 71, Art. 8, pp.with pls.I. Van der Vlerk: "Studien over Nummulinidae en Alveolinidae haar Voorkomen op Soembawa en haar beteekenis voor de Geologic van Oost-Azie en Australie."Author: 半澤 正四郎.

During the Cenozoic, the areas of the Gulf of Mexico, Yucatan and Florida-Bahamas were dominated by contiguous passive margins hosting long-lasting, large carbonate platforms. In contrast, Southern Central America and the Antilles were formed by a collage of mostly oceanic terranes and arcs that reflect the complex tectonic emplacement of the Caribbean Plate between N- and : C.

Baumgartner-Mora. JOURN.\1, OF TilE WASIUNGTON ACADEMY OF SCIENCES VOL. 16, NO CEOLOGY.-Geology of the Gt~antarwmo Basin, Cuba.•N. DARTON, U. Geological Survey.

During the Spring of I bad the opportunity to examine the Guaso Valley and some of the surrounding ridges in the central part of Oriente District, Cuba, in the general vicinity of Size: 1MB.

Cushman, J. A., The American species of Orthophragmina and Lepidocycline.U. Geol. Surv. prof. Pap., 39–79, Taf. 7– Google ScholarCited by: 9. COVID Resources.

Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

The most common minerals on earth Information for Educators Mindat Articles The Elements Books & Magazines. Lepidocyclina antillea species: listed (PBDB) 1: Ma Eocene: Ma Eocene: Lepidocyclina canellei species: Sepkoski, Jr.

() A compendium of fossil marine animal genera, Bulletins of American PaleontologyUSGS Professional Papers - Flora. P riced as marked, or buy any two or more items from any catalog on this website and get 20% off your order. PP 91 / Berry, E. / THE LOWER EOCENE FLORAS OF SOUTHEASTERN NORTH AMERICA,cl, pages, plages, 16 figs., $ — A new species of Lepidocyclina from the Panama Canal Zone.

1 Thomas Wayland Vaughan, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, and W. Storrs Cole, Ohio State University. The species described below was picked out of material collected by Prof.

Chaney for the senior author in the Panama Canal Zone, at a locality formerly known as Bohio. Cushman, Joseph A. (Joseph Augustine) The American species of Orthophragmina and Lepidocyclina by Joseph A Cushman () 5 editions published Cushman, Joseph Augustine Joseph Augustine Cushman Amerikaans paleontoloog ().

Survey record book of localities as no. The material is a cream colored, rather soft, argillaceous limestone. The species represented are as follows: Operculina sp., cf. ocalana Cushman (1, p.pl. 19, figs. 4, 5). The specimens resemble 0. ocalana but are smaller and the number of chambers is.

American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality &.

The American species of Orthophragmina and Lepidocyclina,Professional Paper D Pliocene and Pleistocene fossils from the Arctic coast of Alaska and the auriferous beaches of Nome, Norton Sound, Alaska,Professional Paper C.

FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY-BULLETIN TWENTY-NINE a. Equivalence of the Gosport sand to the Moodys marl: Jour. The American species of Orthophragmina and Lepidocyclina: U. Geol. Survey Prof. Paperpp. Lower Miocene Foraminifera of Florida: U.

Geol. Survey Prof. Paperpp.1 pl. American species. American Species of Orthophragmina and Lepidocyclina, The. By Joseph A. Cushman.

Review by A. McF Ammonite Evolution, Aspects of Ontogeny in the Study of. By A. Trueman Androscoggin River, Former Courses of the. By Irving B. Crosby Annotated Index of Minerals of Economic Value, to Accompany a. The large benthic foraminiferal assemblage is largely dominated by Lepidocyclina rdouvillei.

This species is extremely primitive, exhibiting ancestral characters such as a straight wall separating the protoconch and deuteroconch, very large principal auxiliary chambers and a Cited by: 1.

Thirty-four genera and fifty species and subspecies of Paleogene larger foraminifera from Jamaican localities are reviewed and illustrated. Three species, Athecocyclina stephensoni, Hexagonocyclina inflata, and Ranikothalia catenula, are from Paleocene localities in eastern Jamaica, described for the first time.

Ten species first appear in the early Eocene, sixteen in the early middle Eocene. Nummulitesmantelliin,isthetype-speciesofLepidocyclina: In their work on Lepidocyclina Lemoineand Douville x describe two new American species,ei and i, from the Panama. This page was last edited on 11 Julyat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may using.

FIG. i.-Vertical sections of Discocyclina (Orthophragmina), Miogypsina, Cycloclypeus, Spiroclypeus, and Nutmmulites showing the nature of the median chambers. always common to all species of a given genus.

This is especially true of Disco-cyclina (Orthophragmina formerly used), Lepidocyclina, and Nummulites, which have numerous species. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library Open Library Journal of Economic Education Journal of Law and Education Books by Language Journal of Management Studies Journal of paediatric dentistry.

Additional. Seventy-seven species and varieties are described and illustrated. The new species are Kanakaia marianensis, Acervulina (Ladoronia) vermicularis, Biplanispira mirabilis (Umbgrove) forma depressa, B. mirabilis forma elliptica, B. inflata, Borelis parvulus, Gypsina saipanensis G.

marianensis, Lepidocyclina (Eulepidina) rotaensis, Discocycline. molluscan fauna. Later Cushman described species of Lepidocyclina, Operculina. and Heterostegina, but did not record any species of Ortho-phragmnina. Because of the lack of any record of Orthophragmina the fauna of the Ocala limestone in Peninsular Florida appeared discrepant in comparison with other upper Eocene faunas.

Careful examination of. 8) Orthophragmina sp. 9) Lepidocyclina sp. and Operculinoides sp. (POB, east of mouth of Rio Pedregal, / UTM WGS84). Late Eocene–Early Oligocene shallow marine limestone at the base of the Tonosí Formation. 10–13) Early Oligocene, shallow marine limestones associated with the base of Tonosí Formation, central Azuero Cited by: -Geology of the Guantânamo Basin, Cuba.

Darton, U. Geological Survey. During the Spring of I had the opportunity to examine the 'Guaso Valley and some of the surrounding ridges in the central part of Oriente District, Cuba, in the general vicinity of Guantânamo. The purpose of my visit was to ascertain the prospects for artesian.

Looking to comparable evidence to determine if the slab has Discocyclina marginata, a good reference might be STUDIES IN TERTIARY STRATIGRAPHY, CALIFORNIA COAST RANGES-LARGE FORAMINIFERS OF EOCENE AGE - Geological Survey Professional Paper ,page Family DISCOCYCLINIDAE "The classification of Discocyclinidae is a complex problem for American species.

Two New Species of Lepidocyclina from Cape Range, Northwestern Australia. [Irene. Crespin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Irene.

Crespin. Age-estimates by European PaleogeneOrthophragminae using numerical evolutionary correlation Article (PDF Available) in Geobios 29(3) December with 46 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

This list of the Cenozoic life of Mississippi contains the various prehistoric life-forms whose fossilized remains have been reported from within the US state of Mississippi and are between 66 million years of age. A †Leiosella orbicularia – type locality for species †Lepidocyclina or American mastodon.

#E Cushman J. AMERICAN SPECIES OF OPERCULINA AND HETEROSTEGINA AND THEIR FAUNAL RELATIONS AND A NEW SPECIES OF ORTHOPHRAGMINA FROM LOUISIANA no wps as issued, light wear, vg, 18 pp., 4 plts. Price: $ (stock#PPE).

(1) Localized stages in two common plants. Popular Science News (N. Y.), vol. 36, no. 9, Sept. p. 4 figs. (2) Studies of localized stages of growth in some common New England plants.

Neogene events in Japan and the Pacific. Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimatol., Palaeoecol., Based on a refined distribution chart of marine molluscan faunas of Japan in time and space, some key Neogene events in Japan are discussed with reference to those in the Pacific by:   Introduction The carbonate platform sediments that form the Asmari Formation involve a number of the largest oil reserves in the world [2].

In the most Zagros region, this formation is located on the Pabedeh Formation and Gachsaran subformation.Lepidocyclina sp. Phylum Protozoa Class Sarcodina Order Foraminifera (Scale bar is 1 cm) Large discoidal forams are common in the Eocene and Oligocene limestones of the southeast, as they are in other parts of the world.

In this area the most common genus is Lepidocyclina, though others occur as well. Identification to species requires slicing.

34267 views Friday, November 13, 2020