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New upper Cretaceous Ostreidae from the Gulf region

Lloyd William Stephenson

New upper Cretaceous Ostreidae from the Gulf region

by Lloyd William Stephenson

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oysters, Fossil -- Gulf States.,
  • Paleontology -- Gulf States -- Cretaceous.,
  • Paleontology -- Cretaceous.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical footnotes.

    Statementby Lloyd William Stephenson.
    SeriesGeological Survey professional paper -- 186-A, Shorter contributions to general geology
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 12 p., 3 p. of plates :
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22941855M

    Get this from a library! Upper Cretaceous Foraminifera of the gulf coastal region of the United States and adjacent areas. [Joseph A Cushman; Geological Survey (U.S.)].   R.A. ChristopherSelected Normapolles pollen genera and the age of the Raritan and Magothy formations (Upper Cretaceous) of northern New Jersey J.P. Owens, J.P. Minard, N.F. Sohl (Eds.), A field guide to Cretaceous and lower Tertiary beds of the Raritan and Salisbury embayments, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland (), pp.

    Cretaceous Period - Cretaceous Period - Correlation: Correlation of Cretaceous rocks is usually accomplished using fossils. Ammonites are the most widely employed fossils because of their frequency of occurrence and geographic extent, but no single fossil group is capable of worldwide correlation of all sedimentary rocks. Most ammonites, for example, did not occur in all latitudes, because. Late Cretaceous deposits in Alabama, Mississippi, and Arkansas cor- related with divisions in western interior 12 Introduction GEOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY OF REGION The Selma formation^ in Alabama, which forms the so-called Black Prairie Belt across the central part of the state (fig. 1), extends mainly across the fol- lowing counties: Pickens.

    The reservoirs of many super-giant oil fields of the Middle East are Lower to Middle Cretaceous deltaic sandstones. Some examples are Kuwait’s Burgan field with 86 billion barrels of oil (BBO), Saudi Arabia’s Safaniya (32 BBO and the largest offshore field in the world) and Iraq’s Majnoon (30 BBO). A NEW UPPER CRETACEOUS OYSTER FROM DEEP WELLS IN MISSISSIPPI LLOYD WILLIAM STEPHENSON United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. ETS OF core samples from deep wells in the Heidelberg oil field, Jasper County, Mississippi and in the Eucutta Field, Wayne County, Mississippi, recently submitted to the United States Geological Survey by Mr.


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A new amber-rich deposit has been identified in the Upper Cretaceous (Santonian) Eutaw Formation exposed in eastern Alabama, U.S.A. Amber occurs as common parautochthonous clasts and in direct association with conifer plant parts in the lower part of a thin, laterally discontinuous, carbonaceous and pyritiferous clay lens that was deposited in a tidal channel within a transgressive.

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Within the three groups of the Lower, middle, and Upper Cretaceous, referred to as the Thamama, Wasia, and Aruma Groups in the Arabian Gulf region, seven major sedimentary cycles are recognized.

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6 Correlations of the Cretaceous formations of the Western Interior of the United States. 7 Frontier Formation, Wyoming and adjacent areas. 8 A new species of grionocyclua from. Top; Atlas; Geology; Funding for development and construction of this webpage was provided by the National Science Foundation (DBI ).

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Martin, David C. Parris. A historical review of the development of the stratigraphy of Upper Cretaceous rocks in the Arabian Peninsula and Gulf provides a partial explanation for many of the different formational names.

A type section is presented for the United Arab Emirates, and lithofacies variations within the region. E.A. Mancini, T.M. Puckett, B.H.

TewIntegrated biostratigraphic and sequence stratigraphic framework for Upper Cretaceous strata of the eastern Gulf Coastal Plain, USA Cretaceous Research, 17 (), pp. While the British Lower Cretaceous is characterized by diverse and variable facies, the Upper Cretaceous is characterized by the.

Fig. Sponge Community a Siphonia tulipa (Porifera: Demospongea) b Hallirhoa costata (Porifera: Demospongea). c Doryderma bennetiae (Porifera: Demospongea) d Doryderma dichotomum (Porifera: Demospongea).

e Chlamys aspera (Mollusca:. The relative ages and palaeobiogeographical ranges of Upper Cretaceous oysters in the Temperate and western Tethys realms were reconstructed by Malchus,Malchus,Dhondt (), Aqrabawi () and Dhondt et al. (), among others. In addition to their thick calcitic shells with high fossilization potential in carbonate shelf and.Two unusually massive ostreid species, representing the largest and youngest Mesozoic members of their respective lineages, occur in Upper Cretaceous sediment of the gulf coast and Caribbean areas.

Their characteristics and significance, as well as the morphologic terminology of ostreids in general, are discussed. Crassostrea cusseta Sohl and Kauffman n.

sp. is the largest known ostreid from.Get this from a library! Upper Cretaceous floras of the eastern gulf region in Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia. [Edward Wilber Berry].