2 edition of North American early Tertiary Bryozoa found in the catalog.
North American early Tertiary Bryozoa
|Statement||by Ferdinand Canu and Ray S. Bassler.|
|Series||Smithsonian Institution. United States National Museum. Bulletin 106, Bulletin (United States National Museum) -- 106.|
|Contributions||Bassler, Ray S. b. 1878.|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .U6 no.106|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||20026631|
Scudder, S. H. / THE TERTIARY INSECTS OF NORTH AMERICA, Washington, , cl, original binding, Volume 13 of F. V. Hayden Surveys of the Territories, pages, 28 plates, 3 figs., very small chips on the bottom of the spine, tiny white spots on cover, ovg, >extremely clean book. The erratic displacements of the Tertiary shoreline in this area, both from place to place and with passing time, indicate that tectonics, rather than Cited by: 4.
The Wolfcampian (Early Permian) was an important stage in the geological evolution of the Permian Basin region (Fig. 1), and the complex stratigraphy of Wolfcampian carbonate platform margin and slopes reflects both high-frequency glacioeustatic sea-level fluctuations of the near-peak icehouse time and the final pulses of tectonism from the paleocontinental collision of . Unusually large colonies of the trepostome bryozoan Tabulipora sp. have been recovered from the Kungurian (Early Permian) Kim Fjelde Fm. in eastern North Greenland. Branches reach 7 cm in diameter in this species, while other bryozoans in general and other Tabulipora species in particular in the fauna are an order of magnitude smaller.
The Intra-Pontide suture is the boundary between the İstanbul Zone and the Sakarya Continent in northwest Turkey. Our new paleontological and stratigraphic data show that the subduction of the Intra-Pontide Ocean was still going on between the late Cretaceous and the early Tertiary. Bryozoa were his first love, and although he wrote several descriptive papers, his greatest contribution to the paleontologic field was his (and Bassler's) “Synopsis of American Fossil Bryozoa, including Bibliography and Synonomy” (U.S.G.S. Bull. , pp.).
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North American Early Tertiary Bryozoa,Smithsonian Institution Press, Bulletin, NumberText Volume: pages with figures. by Canu, F. and Bassler, R. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Excerpt from North American Early Tertiary Bryozoa: Plates Surface of the Eocene form of this species, X 20, and a zooecium more highly magnified.
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North American Early Tertiary Bryozoa, Volume 1Author: Ferdinand Canu. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Canu, Ferdinand, North American early Tertiary Bryozoa. Washington: Government Print. Off., Title. North American early Tertiary Bryozoa.
Related Titles. Series: Bulletin (United States National Museum) ; By. Canu, Ferdinand, Bassler, Ray S. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.
Open Library. Community Audio. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now. Occupy Wall Pages: Ferdinand Canu () was a French paleontologist and author. In he was awarded Daniel Giraud Elliot Medal for his work North American Later Tertiary and Quaternary Bryozoa.
Works. — A synopsis of American Early Tertiary Cheilostome Bryozoa; — Bryozoa of the Canal Zone and Related Areas; — Contributions to the Geology and Paleontology of Authority control: BNF: cbx (data). North American early Tertiary Bryozoa / (Washington: Government Print.
Off., ), by Ferdinand Canu, Ray S. Bassler, and Smithsonian Institution (page images at HathiTrust) A study of the James types of Ordovician and Silurian Bryozoa / (Washington: Govt.
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Hayward P.J. & McKinney F.K. Northern Adriatic Bryozoa from the vicinity of Rovinj, Croatia. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 1– Hirose M. Cheilostomatous Bryozoa (Gymnolaemata) from Sagami Bay, with Notes on Bryozoan Diversity and Faunal Changes Over the Past Years.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Smithsonian Institution: North American early Tertiary Bryozoa / (Washington: Government Print.
Off., ), also by Ferdinand Canu and Ray S. Bassler (page images at HathiTrust) Smithsonian Institution: Notes on the ethnology of Tibet: based on the collections in the U.S. National Museum / (Washington: Government Printing Office, Bryozoa (also known as the Polyzoa, Ectoprocta or commonly as moss animals) are a phylum of aquatic invertebrate animals.
Typically about millimetres ( in) long, they are filter feeders that sieve food particles out of the water using a retractable lophophore, a "crown" of tentacles lined with marine species live in tropical waters, but a few occur in oceanic trenches, Clade: Lophophorata.
Species commonly assigned to the cheilostome bryozoan genus Onychocella Jullien, are numerous in deposits of Late Cretaceous age.
Among these are 15 species with wide stratigraphical and geographical distributions that are better placed in the genus Rhagasostoma Koschinsky, These are used here to show similarities between Late Cretaceous Cited by: 1.
Bryozoans from the Late Cretaceous Kahuitara Tuff of the Chatham Islands, New Zealand Article in Alcheringa An Australasian Journal of Palaeontology 31(4). Bryozoans are a group of invertebrates with a history dating from Early Ordovician time, soon after wellskeletonized invertebrates first appeared.
Many living representatives of the tubular Bryozoa, or Stenolaemata, retain some characteristics of their early Paleozoic ancestors, generally as orderlevel characters (Boardman ).Cited by: 5. Merlin Gerin. Merlin Gerin Circuit Board Canu u xd-2e Used. $ Nearctic region.
It corresponds to the New World, in Canada, most of the USA, and northern Mexico. Palearctic region. It corresponds to the Old World, in Eurasia and Africa north of the Sahara.
Holotropical realm. Basically the tropical areas of the world, between 30° south latitude and 30° north latitude. Canu F, Bassler RS () North American early tertiary Bryozoa. Bull US Natl Mus (I–XX):1– Google Scholar Canu F, Bassler Author: Andrew (Andrey N.) Ostrovsky, Andrew (Andrey N.) Ostrovsky.
These deposits are probably similar lithologically and in mode of origin to those Tertiary White River units found at high elevations within the Laramie Range and Medicine Bow Mountains (Evanoff, E.,Early Oligocene paleovalleys in southern and central Wyoming: Evidence of high local relief on the late Eocene unconformity: Geology, v.
the augmented activity of North American invertebrate palaeon- totogy. T. H. Aldrich gives "Notes on the Tertiary of Alabama and Mississippi, with descriptions of new species," and " Notes on Tertiary fossils, rare, or little known," in the Jour. Cincinnati Soc.
Nat. Hist., Vol. ViII, pp. and I " Observations upon.Moyano G., Hugo I., Bryozoa de la placa de Nazca con énfasis en las islas Desventuradas.
Ciencia y Tecnologia del Mar, 28 (1): Moyano, H I, Bryozoa de la expedición Chilena Cimar 5 Islas Oceánicas I: el género Jellyella Taylor & Monks (Bryozoa, Cheilostomatida) en la Isla de Pascua. Ciencia y Tecnología del Mar,