2 edition of Upper Jurassic Tethyan and southern Boreal radiolarians from western North America found in the catalog.
Upper Jurassic Tethyan and southern Boreal radiolarians from western North America
Donna Meyerhoff Hull
Includes bibliographical references (p. 176-199).
|Statement||Donna Meyerhoff Hull.|
|Series||Micropaleontology -- v. 43, Suppl. 2.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 202 p. :|
|Number of Pages||202|
Karel Žák, Martin Košťák, Otakar Man, Victor A. Zakharov, Mikhail A. Rogov, Petr Pruner, Jan Rohovec, Oksana S. Dzyuba and Martin Mazuch, Comparison of carbonate C and O stable isotope records across the Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary in the Tethyan and Boreal Realms, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, , , (83), (). Hull D. M. () Upper Jurassic Tethyan and Southern Boreal radiolarians from western North America, Micropaleontology 43 S2, De Wever P., Dumitrica P., et al () Radiolarians in the sedimentary record, London (Gordon & Breach Sc),
Jeletzky, JA () Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary beds of western and Arctic Canada and the problem of the Tithonian-Berriasian stages in the Boreal Realm. In Jurassic-Cretaceous Biochronology and Paleogeography of North America (ed. Westernamm, GEG), p. – Geological Association of Canada, St John’s, Special Paper no. ÖZET DOĞU PONTİDLER (TRABZON, BAYBURT, ERZURUM VE ARTVİN) ORTA JURA VE ÜST KRETASE VOLKANO-SEDİMANTER İSTİFLERİNİN RADYOLARYA TAKSONOMİSİ, BİYOSTRATİGRAFİSİ VE ÇÖKEL ORTAMLARI Havva SOYCAN Doktora, Jeoloji Mühendisliği Bölümü Tez Danışmanı: Prof. Dr. Uğur Kağan TEKİN Şubat , sayfa Doğu .
The Austral radiolarian province is similar to the Northern Tethys and Southern Boreal Provinces sensu Pessagno and Blome (), but exhibits some differences. The new data allow the biogeographic scheme of Pessagno and Blome () to be revised and permit the introduction of a preliminary global paleobiogeographic map for the Tithonian. Hull D. M. () Upper Jurassic Tethyan and Southern Boreal radiolarians from western North America, Micropaleontology 43 S2, Marine Science Institute, UCSB: Paleobiology Data - via The Interim Register of Marine and Nonmarine Genera.
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Vol. 43, Supplement 2: Upper Jurassic Tethyan and Southern Boreal Radiolarians from Western North America (), pp.
i-ii+ Published by: The Micropaleontology Project., Inc. DOI: / Upper Jurassic Tethyan and southern Boreal radiolarians from western North America. New York, N.Y.: Micropaleontology Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Donna Meyerhoff Hull. Hull, D. Upper Jurassic Tethyan and southern Boreal radiolarians from western North America.
Micropaleontology. 43, supplement 2. Google ScholarCited by: 3. Upper Jurassic Tethyan and southern Boreal radiolarians from western North America. Donna Meyerhoff Hull, (v. 43, suppl. Biostratigraphy, phylogeny and systematics of Paleocene trochospiral planktic foraminifera.
William A. Berggren and Richard D. Norris, (v. 43, suppl. A revised radiolarian zonation for the Upper Jurassic of western North America. first systematic documentation of Late Jurassic Radiolaria from the Andes. Tethyan and Southern Boreal. D.M. HullUpper Jurassic Tethyan and southern boreal radiolarians from western North America.
Micropaleontology, 43 (Suppl. 2) (), pp. Google Scholar. Isozaki and Matsuda, Y. Isozaki, T. MatsudaEarly Jurassic radiolarians from bedded chert in Kamiaso, Mino Belt, central Japan.
Earth Science. HULL D.M., — Upper Jurassic Tethyan and Southern Boreal radiolarians from western North America. Micropaleontology, 43 (supplement 2): 1– JACH R., DJERIČ N., GORIČAN Š., REHÁKOVÁ D., — Integrated stratigraphy of the Middle–Upper Jurassic of the Krížna Nappe, Tatra Mountains.
Radiolaria from the North Pacific, Deep Sea Drilling Project, Leg — In: Larson, Upper Jurassic Tethyan and southern Boreal radiolarians from western North America.
— Micropaleontology43, Supplement 2: 1– Google Scholar. Jud, R. Biochronology and systematics of Early Cretaceous Radiolaria of the Western Tethys. from the vicinity of radiolarian localities in Japan (Yao, ). An independent radiolarian zonation for the Jurassic has been proposed by Pessagno (a), Pessagno et al.
(), and Pessagno et al. (a) through their biostratigraphic studies in western North America and east central Mexico. Although a correlation of Matsuoka.
B.L. Nikitenko's 72 research works with citations and 8, reads, including: Species of the Genus Anmarginulina (Lagenida, Foraminifera) from the Late Pliensbachian (Early Jurassic.
Middle Jurassic Radiolarians from the Western Pacific Atsushi Matsuoka Department of Earth Sciences, College of General Education, Niigata University, Niigata, Japan Abstract: Middle Jurassic radiolarians have been recovered from the western Pacific for the first ferent from contemporaneous radiolarian faunas in North America.
For. Upper Jurassic Radiolarian biostratigraphy of Faunas of the Northern Tethyan and Southern Boreal Provinces are tran- sitional between these two end members: North- ern Tethyan faunas are characterized by high abundance and diversity of Pantanelliidae and low abundance and diversity of Parvicingula.
BLOME C.D. & LONGORIA J.F. - A. Tethyan and southern Boreal radiolarians from western North America, December (ISBN ) 43/1. The shift from Northern Tethyan province to Southern Boreal province occurs in the late Bathonian (Middle Jurassic) and is well documented by both megafossils and Radiolaria occurring at the top of the South Fork Member of the Snowshoe Formation at Izee and in the overlying Trowbridge and Lonesome Formations.
The catalogue of Mesozoic radiolarian genera is a revision of all described genera with re-illustration of their type species. This project was organized under the auspices of the International Association of Radiolarian Paleontologists (Inter-Rad), and was carried out by the Mesozoic Working Group.
This is the second of two contributions, this one devoted to the Jurassic. Upper Jurassic Tethyan and Southern Boreal radiolarians from western North America. New York.
Micropaleontology, 43, (supplement 2), A revised radiolarian zonation for the Upper Jurassic of western North America.
Bulletins of American Paleontology, 87 (), Pessagno, E.A., Six, W.M. and Yang, Q. The Xiphostylidae. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Sous Classe Radiolaria, Radiolaires ou Radiolaria Khabakov, A.V.; Jayet, E., trad.
Paris: B.R.G.M, Peñarroya M/ Ver registro Upper Jurassic Tethyan and southern boreal radiolarians from western North America Meyerhoff-Hull, Donna New York: Micropaleontology, Micropaleontology Revistas Ver registro. The dismembered Middle Jurassic Coast Range ophiolite remnants (– Ma) were parts of the axial sequence of an oceanic spreading center that consisted of basaltic submarine lava, subvolcanic intrusive sheets, and gabbro, and coeval but off-axis upper lava, dunite-wehrlite mantle transition zone, peridotite restite, and dikes rooted in the.
Hull, D. Meyerhoff () Upper Jurassic Tethyan and southern Boreal radiolarians from western North America. Micropaleontology, 43, supplement no.2, Ichikawa, K. and Yao, A. () Scanning electron microscope studies of pores of some cyrtoid radiolarians. Kishida, Y.
and Sugano, K., Radiolarian zonation of Triassic and Jurassic in outer side of Southwest Japan: News of Osaka Micropaleon-tologists v. 5, p. (in Japanese, with English abstract). Kishida, Y. and Hisada, K.,Radiolarian Assemblages of the Sambosan Belt in the western part of the Kanto Mountains, Central Japan: News of.Hull, Donna Meyerhoff - Upper Jurassic Tethyan and southern Boreal radiolarians from western North America Ismail, A.
A. and Soliman, S. I. - Cenomanian-Santonianforaminifera and ostracodesfrom Horus North America, western Radiolaria, 10 K/T boundary Geulhemmerberg, The Netherlands, 16 Miocene Tethyan biostratigraphy, Distribution.
Lower Jurassic (Hettangian) to Lower Cretaceous (Upper Cretaceous?). ‘‘Siphovalvulina’, present up to the Cretaceous, is remarkably diffused from and during the Lias’ in the southern Tethyan region (Sartorio and Venturinip. 67). Siphovalvulina colomi sp.
nov. Plate 1, ﬁgures 1–4.