2 edition of Paleoecology of the Choptank Formation (Miocene) of Maryland and Virginia found in the catalog.
Paleoecology of the Choptank Formation (Miocene) of Maryland and Virginia
Robert E. Gernant
|Statement||by Robert E. Gernant.|
|Series||Maryland. Geological Survey. Report of investigations,, no. 12, Report of investigations (Maryland Geological Survey) ;, no. 12.|
|LC Classifications||QE121 .A23 no. 12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 90 p.|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||73633339|
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Get this from a library. Paleoecology of the Choptank Formation (Miocene) of Maryland and Virginia. [Robert E Gernant]. The Calvert Cliffs are a relatively continuous series of natural, m-( foot-) high outcrops along the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay in Calvert County, Maryland (Fig. 1).The Miocene strata exposed in these cliffs—the canonical Calvert, Choptank, and St.
Marys Formations (Shattuck,)—have been the focus of paleontologic and stratigraphic analysis since the late. Alopias palatasi ("Palatas' fox"), commonly referred to as the serrated giant thresher, is an extinct species of giant thresher shark that lived approximately to million years ago during the Miocene epoch, and is known for its uniquely serrated teeth.
It is only known from such isolated teeth, which are large and can measure up to an excess of 4 centimetres (2 in), equating to a Class: Chondrichthyes. The significance of dinoflagellates in the Miocene Choptank Formation beneath the Midlothian gravels in the southeastern Virginia Piedmont Article in Stratigraphy 15(3) January Bambach R.K.
() Ecospace Utilization and Guilds in Marine Communities through the Phanerozoic. In: Tevesz M.J.S., McCall P.L. (eds) Biotic Interactions in Recent and Fossil Benthic Communities. Topics in Geobiology, vol by: In Maryland, we will visit the Calvert Cliffs, which extend for ~25 miles (~40 km) along the western shoreline of the Chesapeake Bay and expose the lower and middle Miocene Calvert Formation, the middle Miocene Choptank Formation, and the upper Miocene St.
Marys Formation. Click on the book chapter title to read more. Tilefish (Teleostei, Malacanthidae) Remains from the Miocene Calvert Formation, Maryland and Virginia: Taxonomical and Paleoecological Remarks. Paleoecology of the Choptank. Gernant RE () Paleoecology of the Choptank Formation (Miocene) of Maryland and Virginia.
Maryland Geol Surv, Rep Inv 90 pp Google Scholar Glenn LC () Mollusca, Pelecypoda, in systematic paleontology, by: Welcome to the Digital Archive for Southeastern Geology Duncan Heron, founding editor of Southeastern Geology. Hosted by Belk Library and Information Commons and the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences at Appalachian State University, Boone, NC.
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.
Contributions from the Virginia Museum of Natural History - "Diatom biostratigraphy and paleoecology of vertebrate-bearing Miocene localities in Virginia".
A new large Late Cretaceous lamniform shark from North America, with comments on the taxonomy, paleoecology, and evolution of the genus Cretodus. Shimada et al. Published A new kentriodontid dolphin (Cetacea; Delphinoidea) from the middle Miocene Choptank Formation, Maryland.
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The holotype specimen of Miocepphus bohaski (partial postcranial skeleton; USNM ) was recovered from the St. Leonard Member of the Choptank Formation, the age of which has been interpreted as late Middle Miocene ( Ma; Serravalian) on the basis of biostratigraphic correlation (de Verteuil and Norris, ).
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The University of Chicago Department of the Geophysical Sciences. S. Ellis Avenue Chicago, Illinois () The subject of a previous post, this exhibit, titled The Last American Dinosaurs, offers a glimpse of the flora and fauna that were part of the complex ecosystem of the Hell Creek Formation during the last couple of million years of the Cretaceous period.
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