Lower Cretaceous algae from Texas

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Colorado School of Mines , Golden
Algae, Fossil -- Texas., Paleobotany -- Cretaceous., Paleobotany -- T



Statementby J. Harlan Johnson.
SeriesProfessional contributions of the Colorado School of Mines, no. 4, Professional contributions (Colorado School of Mines) ;, no. 4.
LC ClassificationsQE955 .J645
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 71 p.
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Open LibraryOL5637439M
LC Control Number68065338

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Everyday low Author: J. Harlan Johnson. Cores of the Knowles Limestone in Robertson and Milam Counties, Texas, East Texas Embayment, have yielded 25 taxa of algae, tintinnids, foraminifers, sponges, corals, stromatoporoids, and Incertae Sedis. Many of these Tethyan taxa are reported for the first time from the Gulf Coast region.

The third "batch" of Texas dinosaurs comes from Late Cretaceous rocks. Such rocks lie exposed on the surface in a belt next to the Early Cretaceous rocks and also in several areas in West Lower Cretaceous algae from Texas book.

So far, dinosaurs have been found only in the Big Bend region of West Texas, in. Hundreds of miles northwest of South Central Texas during latest Cretaceous, the Rocky Mountains began to develop.

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As the mountains rose up and were eroded, streams brought great amounts of sediments onto the marine shelf of Texas where carbonate sediment was accumulating.

Uppermost Cretaceous rocks (Navarro Group) in South Central Texas are mostlyFile Size: 2MB. Neomeris (Lamouroux, ) is an extant taxon, the origin of which can be tracked back into Early Cretaceous times. The introduction of a new mid-Cretaceous species from Brazil, i.e., Neomeris srivastavai n.

sp., offers the opportunity to review the subdivision of the genus into three subgenera, to complete the catalogue of the fossil calcareous algae of Brazil, and to point out the Cited by: 6.

The Upper Cretaceous-Paleogene genus Trinocladus that is based on T. tripolitanus Raineri,originally described from Libyan material, is morphologically well constrained. Its species are commonly distinguished on the basis of their biometrics.

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However, the narrow Gaussian distribution reported for some measurements may result from post-mortem dynamic sorting as suggested by a Cited by: 3. Lower Cretaceous Carbonate Strata in the Moffatt Mound Area Near Lake Belton, Bell County, Texas SEPM Members 40% Discount at Checkout Go to SEPM Members Only at to get your Member Discount Code.

The divergence time of the oldest order Sporolithales is estimated in the Lower Cretaceous followed by the remaining orders. We discuss the long period of more than million years between the early Paleozoic records attributed to the stem group of Corallinophycidae and the radiation of the crown group.

Laminated encrustations, presumably formed by blue-green algae, are significant in the Upper Jurassic sponge mounds of southwestern Germany (Gwinner, ). Cretaceous Widespread carbonate deposition during Cretaceous time, including reef developments, was favorable for the growth and accumulation of skeletal calcareous algae.

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Scott, Robert W.,Evolution of Early Cretaceous reefs in the Gulf of Mexico. In W. Oliver, et al., eds., Proceedings of the Fourth international Symposium on fossil Cnidaria (and. @article{osti_, title = {Stuart City Trend, Lower Cretaceous, South Texas: a carbonate shelf-margin model for hydrocarbon exploration}, author = {Bebout, D.G.

and Loucks, R.G.}, abstractNote = {Lower Cretaceous shallow-water carbonates accumulated on a broad shelf which completely encircled the Gulf of Mexico. Biogenic growth climaxed along the basinward edge, or shelf margin, where a.

Tthe Cretaceous is a thalassocratic geological era where the sea covered more of the (palaeo)globe than during previous and subsequent eras. Both. @article{osti_, title = {Lower Cretaceous barrier reef and outer shelf facies, Sligo Formation, south Texas}, author = {Kirkland, B L and Lighty, R G and Rezak, R and Tieh, T T}, abstractNote = {Along the south Texas margin, a vast carbonate-shelf complex with an extensive barrier-reef system and abundant shallow-lagoon and skeletal-shoal deposits existed during the Aptian to Albian.

A new conifer genus from the Lower Cretaceous Glen Rose formation, Texas *: Watson, I and FISHER, H. Palaeontology, 27, ; An Early Cretaceous fossil flora from northwest Texas: Its composition and implications.

Books on Algae Books on Algae (A-Z) (Cat ) (updated 1 December ) 5th International Symposium on Fossil Algae. Field trip guide-book. p., num. figs, 24 pls, paperbound; BW € Dinoflagellate cysts from the Lower Cretaceous Río Argos succession (SE Spain).

p., 18 figs, 10 pls, foldout tables, paperbound. Thesis. Texas Rock Shop. Paleontological Society of Austin, Texas. Perot Museum: T. Boone Pickens Life Then and Now Hall. Mineral Wells Fossil Park. Paleontology of the Glen Rose Formation (Lower Cretaceous), Hood County, Texas.

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) to documents published in three previous calendar years (e.g. – 14), divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e.g. – 14). "Contains two papers representing the third and fourth of a series of studies by the author describing Lower Cretaceous algae from widely separated areas." 1 and 2 were published under the title, "Lower Cretaceous algae from Texas" in as no.

4 of the school's Professional contributions. The Glen Rose Formation is a shallow marine to shoreline geological formation from the lower Cretaceous period exposed over a large area from South Central to North Central Texas.

The formation is most widely known for the dinosaur footprints and trackways found in the Dinosaur Valley State Park near the town of Glen Rose, Texas, southwest of Fort Worth and at other localities in Central for: Glen Rose, Texas.

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Cretaceous outcrops occur in central Texas, north Texas, the Edwards Plateau, parts of the High Plains, the Gulf Coastal Plain, and Trans-Pecos Texas.

As mentioned earlier, the Texas Cretaceous has been divided into the Lower Cretaceous (Comanche series) and Upper Cretaceous (Gulf series). A guide to Lower Cretaceous dinosaur footprints and tracksites of the Paluxy River Valley, Somervell County, Texas Farlow, J.

Field trip guidebook, 21st Annual Meeting, South-Central Section, Geological Society of America, Waco, Texas. 50 pp.

The Lower Cretaceous Period. At the beginning of the Lower Cretaceous in North America, the Mexican Sea of the late Jurassic period spread over Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and parts of Arizona, Kansas, and Colorado.

Deposits from this inland sea, known as the Comanchean Sea, were chiefly limestone (up to 1, ft/ m thick in Texas) but some continental sediments (i.e. About this Book Catalog Record Details. The lower Cretaceous Gryphæas of the Texas region no Hill, Robert Thomas, View full catalog record.

The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center.Subscribe to our Newsletter Give to the Libraries © The University of Texas at Austin. The Albian-Cenomanian (Lower Cretaceous-Upper Cretaceous) boundary in Texas and northern Mexico.

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