3 edition of Middle Devonian cystiphyllid corals from the Hume Formation, Northwestern Canada found in the catalog.
Middle Devonian cystiphyllid corals from the Hume Formation, Northwestern Canada
R. A. McLean
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|Series||Bulletin / Geological Survey of Canada ;, 274, Bulletin (Geological Survey of Canada) ;, 274.|
|LC Classifications||QE185 .A43 no. 274, QE778 .A43 no. 274|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||82225611|
AT THE MEETING of the First International Symposium on Arctic Geology held in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, January 11th to 13th, , a number of instructive, interesting, and original papers were presented, and essentially all of them are printed in the pages of The Geology of the Arctic volumes I and II. The idea of calling such a meeting was conceived by several members . OCLC Number: Notes: Abstracts also in French. Description: pages illustrations 25 cm. Contents: Latest Silurian (Pridolian) and Early Devonian Monograptus of northwestern Canada, by A.C. Lenz and D.E. JacksonLower Devonian trilobites from the Michelle Formation, Yukon Territory, by A.R. OrmistonTwo new aphroid corals from the Middle Devonian Hume Formation of Western Canada.
Laurentia, also known as the North America Craton, was situated on the palaeo–equator in the Late Ordovician (e.g., Witzke, , Niocaill and Smethurst, , Niocaill et al., , Scotese).Of the six cratonic depositional sequences from the uppermost Precambrian to Quaternary defined by Sloss (), the Tippecanoe sequence developed during the Middle Ordovician to the Early Devonian Cited by: 9. The Wasootch Creek area is representative of the Rocky Mountain Front Range of southern Alberta. It is underlain by rocks of the Middle Cambrian, Upper Devonian, Mississippian, Permain and Lower Triassic, of which carbonates constitute the largest part. The Cambrian formations are correlated with the Eldon, Pika and Arctomys of the Bow Valley region. The Ghost River or Arctomys formation .
Differing biotas of the same age may be explained in two ways. First, the environments may be different. Second, the difference may be produced by provincial barriers to faunal migration and movement, so that many taxa remain restricted to their areas of origin. Geological Survey of Canada, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Oil in the Bent Horn Oil Field occurs in limestones of the Lower and Middle Devonian Blue Fiord Formation. These limestones make up the upper part of an isolated, reef-rimmed carbonate bank, up to an estimated thickness of m, of Late Silurian to Middle Devonian Age.
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Middle Devonian cystiphyllid corals from the Hume Formation, Northwestern Canada. Ottawa: Geological Survey of Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ross A McLean. In addition Taimyrophyllum, a senior synonym of Eddastraea, is recognized for the first time in North America, T.
triadorum sp. nov. is described from the Hume Formation, and a closely related species T. vescibalteatum sp. nov. from the Nahanni hyllum gracile (McCoy), from the Middle Devonian of Devon, is redescribed and a. Middle Devonian cystiphyllid corals from the Hume Formation, Northwestern Canada.
Bulletin Geological Survey of Canada,1– A.E.H. & McLean, R.A., Lower Devonian cystiphyllid corals from North America and eastern Australia with notes on the genus Utaratuia. Geologica et Palaeontologica, 16, 57– Author: Marie Coen-Aubert.
Middle Devonian cystiphyllid corals from the Hume Formation, northwestern Canada. Geological Survey of Canada BulletinMeek, F.B. MCLEAN R.A. - Middle Devonian Cystiphyllid co- rals from the Hume Formation, Northwestern Ca- nada. Geological Survey of Canada, 80 p.
OLIVER W.A. - Biogeography of Late Silurian and Devonian Rugose : Francisco Soto, Baoyu Lin. The Silurian-Devonian (mid-Paleozoic), a time of periodic, exceptional sea level highstands, vast epicontinental sea lanes, and global greenhouse climates well above Holocene norms, also identifies ihe ma ximal extent of Phanerozoic metazoan reef development and the acme of coral and sponge reef biodiversity Two peaks are identified for reef distribution, a mid-Silurian.
Middle and Upper Devonian strata in the Northern Canadian Sedimentary Basin, like those of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin, are widespread, but are dominantly siliciclastic. Preliminary to the descriptions of genera and species is a very brief discussion of coral terminology and classification.
The thesis embodies descriptions and illustrations of 29 genera and 42 species of fossil corals, reported in the literature to occur in Upper Devonian rocks of western Canada. Although most of these are reported from the Rocky Mountain area, several.
Middle Devonian (Eifelian) Conodonts from the Spillville Formation in Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota Author(s) Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Paleontology 57(6). Ecological controls on Devonian stromatoporoid-dominated and coral-dominated reef growth in the Mackenzie Basin, Northwest Territories, Canada.
horn plateau formation: a middle devonian coral. An example is given by the “Late Middle Devonian unconformity” of the Mackenzie Corridor of Northwestern Canada. This unconformity was interpreted by Hume and Link [ 38 ] from the sharp thickness fluctuations and restricted spatial distribution of the Hare Indian and Ramparts formations, which was seen as a result of erosion prior to Author: Pavel Kabanov.
Middle Devonian Cystiphyllid Corals from the Hume Formation, northwestern CanadaMcLean, R A; Geological Survey of Canada, BulletinEarly Paleozoic Ostracoda from southwestern District of Mackenzie and Yukon TerritoryCopeland, M J; Geological Survey of Canada, BulletinThe influence of paleogeography in epicontinental seas: A case study based on Middle Devonian strata from the MacKenzie Basin, Northwest Territories, Canada August Sedimentary Geology (3.
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This assemblage is similar to the radiolarian faunas from the southern New England Fold Belt in eastern Australia (Ishiga, ), the Middle–Upper Devonian Lila Formation in western Yunnan (Wang et al., ), the Hanjiga Formation in the Middle Tian Shan (Wang et al., ), and the Middle–Upper Devonian in Kuergan region, South Tian Shan Cited by: The Rainbow area of petroleum production in Western Canada is located some miles ( km) northwest of Edmonton, Alberta (Fig.
The main production is found in Middle Devonian Cited by: The Middle Devonian rugose corals of Queensland Part I and II /&/ The Silurian Rugosa of the Yass-Bowning District, N.S.W. /&/ The corals of the Garra Beds, Molong Distrct, N.S.W., plus 5 other papers by the same author on Australian Paleozoic corals.
Middle Ordovician (late Dapingian–Darriwilian) conodonts from the Cow Head Group and Lower Head Formation, western Newfoundland, Canada11This article is one of a series of papers published in CJES Special Issue: In honour of Ward Neale on the theme of Appalachian and Grenvillian by: Middle Devonian Cystiphyllid corals from the Hume Formation, northwestern Canada.
Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin 80 pp., 2 figs, 2 tables, 23 pls. Ottawa. Price $ (Canada); $. Middle Devonian Rugosa from Horni Benesov (Moravia, Czech Republic). Journal of Czech Geological Soci [FC&P 22_2: 80] GALLE A.
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