2 edition of Some Cretaceous and Eocene corals from Jamaica found in the catalog.
Some Cretaceous and Eocene corals from Jamaica
Thomas Wayland Vaughan
|Statement||by T. Wayland Vaughan.|
|Series||Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology -- v. 34, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||P. 227-256,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||256|
Jamaica: a study of a type of Antillean development. Based on surveys made for Alexander Agassiz. With an appendix on some Cretaceous and Eocene corals from Jamaica by T. Wayland Vaughan. Bulletins of the Society,.,Author: Stephen K. Donovan. For example, in the Late Cretaceous and Eocene epochs there is abundant geological evidence for warm, mostly ice-free poles, but tropical sea surface temperatures are generally estimated to be Cited by:
Sep 02, · Geographic and stratigraphic distributions of the Caribbean species of Cladocora Some Cretaceous and Eocene corals from Jamaica. Bull Mus Comp Zool –, pls 36– R.C. Geographic and stratigraphic distributions of the Caribbean species of Cladocora (Scleractinia, Cited by: 3. Timing and implications of Late Cretaceous tectonic and sedimentary events in Jamaica The Cretaceous succession in Jamaica can be divided into sedimentary packages bounded by major unconfor-mities (synthems). On the base of biostratigraphy and ages derived from strontium isotope ratios, these uncon- ly Eocene time, Jamaica was the area of.
Paleontology in Alaska refers to paleontological research occurring within or conducted by people from the U.S. state of simplicityhsd.com the Late Precambrian, Alaska was covered by a shallow sea that was home to stromatolite-forming simplicityhsd.com remained submerged into the Paleozoic era and the sea came to be home to creatures including ammonites, brachiopods, and reef-forming corals. Zusammenfassung. All known Corals from the Eocene of Austria are described, the localities (Waschberg, Reingruberhöhe) only shortly. In the Waschberg-limestone of under-Eocene age, 9 corals are found, partly described by Reuss and nearly unknown. 7 are reef-corals, among them a new: Montastrea bachmayeri, and 2 Pattalophyllia,which by their big structure show also Reef-water simplicityhsd.com: Othmar Kühn.
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May 20, · Forty-three species of 25 genera are described in a collection of large, Some Cretaceous and Eocene corals from Jamaica book reef corals from the upper Eocene Gatuncillo Formation near Lago Alahuela in central Panama.
Comparisons with type material for other Eocene Caribbean reef corals suggest that 27 of these species are new. Twenty-four of these species are named simplicityhsd.com by: Geographic and stratigraphic distributions of the Caribbean species of Cladocora (Scleractinia, Faviidae) Some Cretaceous and Eocene corals from Jamaica.
Introduction. Sections of the Guinea Corn Limestone of central Jamaica are critical to understanding the extinction patterns of late Maastrichtian rudists: they have a highly diverse and abundant fauna (Chubb,Mitchell,Mitchell,Mitchell and Gunter, ), and the age of the rocks has been well constrained by strontium isotopic dating (Steuber et al., ).Cited by: 5.
Corals of the K/T-boundary: Scleractinian corals of the suborders Dendrophylliina, Caryophylliina, Fungiina, Microsolenina, and Stylinina. Late Maastrichtian rudist and coral assemblages from the Central Inlier, Jamaica: Towards an event stratigraphy for shallow-water Caribbean limestones Article in Cretaceous Research 25(4) Palaeobiogeography of the Early Cretaceous corals.
Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimatol., PalaeoccoI., A compilation of the geographical distribution of about species of corals from the Early Cretaceous (Valanginian to Cenomanian) is simplicityhsd.com by: The long-term comparison between coral-reef accretion and coral diversity based on the data from Kiessling and Baron-Szabo () shows that two parameters are closely correlated for all epochs except for the late Cretaceous to late Paleocene-early Eocene interval.
During that interval this relationship appears to be reversed, with a clear decoupling between diversification of corals and coral Cited by: Acroporidae of the Caribbean. in the coral family Acroporidae, reassessed by inference from the. Some Cretaceous and Eocene corals from Jamaica.
simplicityhsd.com: Carden Wallace. Pioneers of Jamaican geology and the Jamaica Group of the Geologists’ Association (–) Author links open overlay A Book about Jamaica. Doubleday, New York () Jamaica: a study of a type of Antillean development.
Based on surveys made for Alexander Agassiz. With an appendix on some Cretaceous and Eocene corals from Jamaica Cited by: 2. Lower Cretaceous corals and stratigraphy of the Bisbee Group (Cerro de Oro and Lampazos areas), Sonora, Mexico R.F.
TomesObservations on some imperfectly known Madreporaria from the Cretaceous formation of T.W. VaughanSome Cretaceous and Eocene corals from Jamaica.
Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, 34 Cited by: Synopsis of the Geology of Jamaica: An Explanation of the Geological Survey Department, - Geology - 72 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book.
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Feb 01, · 1. Introduction. The Corals from Jamaica hitherto described came from the inclined white limestones, and from the shales and sands subordinate to them; their Mid-tertiary age has been demonstrated, together with that of the Shells and Foraminifera ; and the general succession of the Tertiary strata has been brought several times before the Society.
All the Corals, moreover, which Cited by: Depositional Environment of Coral–Rudist Associations in the Upper Cretaceous Cardenas Formation (Central Mexico) Article (PDF Available) · March with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Vaughan T. Some Cretaceous and Eocene corals from Jamaica, Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 34, Wells J. () Scleractinia, Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology F, Sepkoski, Jr.
() A compendium of fossil marine animal genera, Bulletins of American Paleontology ties referred to by Withers - two Cretaceous (K1 and K2) and two Eocene (Eo1 and Eo2) - were published with sufficient information to define the general area from which speci-mens were collected (Fig.
All are inland exposures, which in Jamaica suggests that road cuts, railroad cuttings, hillsides and river exposures are the most likely sites. The most common minerals on earth Information for Educators Mindat Articles The Elements Books & Magazines. Some Cretaceous and Eocene corals from Jamaica.
Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology Vaughan T. References. Vaughan T. Some Cretaceous and Eocene corals from Jamaica, Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative. and Santiago de Cuba, and (2) Some Cretaceous and Eocene Corals of Jamaica (by T.
Wayland Vaughan). Geography.- Geographically the island is described as follows: There is a central mountain axis in the eastern third of the island, the highest point of. Apr 08, · What is the geological origin of Jamaica. Jamaica has some species of rudist. The extension phase (Late Cretaceous to Early Eocene 70 to 50 million years age).
This includes extension with the formation of basins - the best known is the Watwager Trough. This has some 9 km thickness of sandstones and conglomerates with minor lavas.
ALPIIABETICAL INDEX TO T:I=IE Martin Duncan on some Tertiary, Corals of Jamaica, 7. Cotopaxi, volcanic tufa of Latacunga, at the foot of, tions of the Cretaceous, Eocene, and Miocene Corals of the Island, 1.
Dun Fell, section from Milburn to, Dr. Thomas Wayland Vaughan was a geologist, paleontologist, and oceanographer. Educated at Harvard (AB, AM, PhD), he was an authority on marine sediments, fossil and recent corals, and American Tertiary stratigraphy.
Some Cretaceous and Eocene corals from Jamaica by Thomas Wayland Vaughan 1 edition - first published in. Feb 01, · In the same communication Dr. Duncan described several new and interesting corals from the Cretaceous, Eocene, and Miocene strata; but beyond the general results given in Mr.
Carrick Moore's paper above referred to, the shells have remained untouched. On the Tertiary Mollusca of Jamaica. R. J. Lechmere Guppy. Quarterly Journal of the Cited by: List of fossiliferous stratigraphic units in the Caribbean Jump to The Paleobiology Database lists no known fossiliferous stratigraphic units in the French dependencies of St.
Barthélemy or St. Martin. Some fossil corals from the West Indies. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 83()Vaughan, Thomas Wayland, Vaughan, Thomas Wayland T.
Wayland Vaughan U.S. geologist, paleontologist, and cnidariologist VIAF ID: (Personal).