2 edition of Ordovician cephalopod fauna of Baffin Island found in the catalog.
Ordovician cephalopod fauna of Baffin Island
A. K. Miller
Bibliography: p. 155-166.
|Statement||by A. K. Miller, Walter Youngquist, and Charles Collinson. Containing a study of the Ordovician trilobites from Silliman"s Fossil Mount, by Harry B. Whittington, and shorter supplements and notes, by Preston E. Cloud, Jr. [and others.|
|Series||Geological Society of America. Memoir, 62, Memoir (Geological Society of America) ;, 62.|
|LC Classifications||QE806 .M49|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 234 p.|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||54013325|
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Ordovician Cephalopod Fauna of Baffin Island: The Geological Society of America, Memoir 62 Hardcover – May 5, by Arthur K. Miller (Author), Walter Youngquist (Author), Charles Collinson (Author) See all formats and editionsAuthor: Arthur K.
Miller, Walter Youngquist, Charles Collinson. MILLER, WALTER YOUNGQUIST, Ordovician cephalopod fauna of Baffin Island book COLLINSON, "ORDOVICIAN CEPHALOPOD FAUNA OF BAFFIN ISLAND", Ordovician Cephalopod Fauna of Baffin Island, A. Miller. Books; GeoRef. About GeoRef; GeoRef Advanced Search; Thesaurus - Geographic Terms; Thesaurus - Subject Terms; Thesaurus - Geologic Time Terms; Publishers; Ordovician Cephalopod Fauna of Baffin Island Author(s) A.
Miller; A. Miller Search for. Home › The Upper Ordovician Fauna of Frobisher Bay, Baffin Island. The Upper Ordovician Fauna of Frobisher Bay, Baffin Island. By Roy, S.K. SKU# Natural History Books Keokuk Street Iowa City, IA Voice: () Fax: () [email protected] Get this from a library.
The Upper Ordovician fauna of Frobisher bay, Baffin Land. [Sharat Kumar Roy] -- Based on material collected by the author while with the Rawson-MacMillan Expedition of Field Museum to Labrador and Baffin Island, OCLC Number: Notes: Published also without thesis note. "The data and material upon which this paper is based were collected by me during the seasons of andwhile I was serving as geologist of the Rawson-MacMillan expedition of the Field museum to Labrador and Baffin Land.".
Title. The Upper Ordovician fauna of Frobisher bay, Baffin Land. Related Titles. Series: Geology, memoirs (Field Museum of Natural History) ; v. Roy, Sharat. The Upper Ordovician fauna of Frobisher bay, Baffin Land by Roy, Sharat Kumar, (), Paleontology -- Ordovician, Paleontology -- Nunavut Frobisher Bay (Bay), Paleontology -- Nunavut Baffin Island, Paléontologie -- Ordovicien, This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
Jin Zhan NRC Book Late Ordovician brachiopods from the Red River and Stony Mountain formations southern Manitoba. ORDOVICIAN CEPHALOPOD FAUNA OF BAFFIN ISLAND. Ordovician trilobites from Silliman's Fossil Mount.
in A. Miller, W. Youngquist, and C. Collinson, Ordovician cephalopod fauna of Baffin Island, Geological Society of America Memoir Parent taxon: Asaphidae according to P.
Jell and J. Adrain A systematic revision of the Upper Ordovician trilobite genusBumastoides(Illaenidae), with new species from W. and Collinson, C. Ordovician cephalopod fauna of Baffin Island. MEM GEOL SOC A – Whittington, H. Cryptolithus (Trilobita): specific characters and occurrence in Ordovician of eastern North America.
A major cephalopod faunal change at the Lower/Middle Ordovician boundary can be directly compared with the contemporaneous faunal changes in brachiopods and trilobites. We interpret the canonical, pulsed diversification of Ordovician cephalopods as a. Conodont paleontology and biostratigraphy of Ordovician carbonates and petroliferous carbonates on Southampton, Baffin, and Akpatok islands in the eastern Canadian Arctic overlies the Bad Cache Rapids Group and contains a diverse fauna, Conodonts from the petroliferous strata at Jordan River on Baffin Island suggest a Trentonian to.
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The Late Ordovician fauna of the northern Hudson Bay Lowland, Manitoba, Canada, consisting of three stromatoporoid species (1 new), 41 coral (11 new and 2 new genera), 8 gastropod (1 new), Ordovician cephalopod fauna of Baffin Island Ordovician geography and faunal provinces deduced from trilobite distribution Phylogeny and evolution of Crustacea: proceedings of a conference held at Cambridge, Massachusetts, MarchFrobisher Bay is an inlet of the Davis Strait in the Qikiqtaaluk Region of Nunavut, is located in the southeastern corner of Baffin length is about km ( mi) and its width varies from about 40 km (25 mi) at its outlet into the Labrador Sea to roughly 20 km (12 mi) towards its inner end.
THE UPPER ORDOVICIAN CEPHALOPODS OF THE OSLO AREA 3 from the Holochoanites and the Cyrtochoanites at!east partly from the Orthochoanites. In this I can fully agree. A very interesting discussion of the phylogenetical relations of the oldest cephalopods has been given by ScHINDEWOLF () in connection with his studies of Volborthella.
Miller, A. et al. Ordovician Cephalopod Fauna of Baffin Island. The Geological Society of America,GSA, Memoir, Number pages with 20 figures, 63 plates and 2 tables. Hardbound, previous owners name, minor signs of use, very good condition. $ ORDOVICIAN CEPHALOPODS FROM SOUTH DAKOTA tains of western Wyoming (5, 10).
They undoubtedly belong to a widely distributed Upper Ordovician Arctic fauna that is known from various localities in western United States, central Canada (3, 6), and Arctic America (13).
Some of the other elements of this fauna are even more widespread than the. Miller AK, Youngquist W, Collinson C () Ordovician cephalopod fauna of Baffin Island. Geol Soc Am Mem – Google Scholar Morrow JR () Shelf-to-basin lithofacies and conodont paleoecology across Frasnian-Famennian (F-F, mid-Late Devonian) boundary, Central Great Basin (Western U.S.A.).
Ordovician Cephalopod Fauna of Baffin Island, A. Miller, W. Youngquist, and C. Collinson (Geological Society of America). Reviewed by R. Moore. First Book of Animals. Editors of Scientific American. Simon and Schuster, New York (reprinted.
Previous studies, based on the qualitative morphological description on the Late Ordovician brachiopod fauna hypothesized that Hiscobeccus, which is o. Flower, R. / BOTRYCERAS, A REMARKABLE NAUTILOID FROM THE SECOND VALUE OF NEW MEXICO AN ENDOCEROID FROM THE MOHAWKIAN OF QUEBEC ENDOCEROIDS FROM THE CANADIAN OF ALASKA A CHAZYAN CEPHALOPOD FAUNA FROM ALASKA, New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources M 21, Socorro, pb, 35 pages, 5 plates, - 1 - $ 9.
Ordovician Trilobites from Silliman's Fossil Mount. Ordovician Cephalopod Fauna of Baffin Island. Geological Society of America Memoir, Share this post.
Link to post Share on other sites. piranha 6, piranha 6, IPFOTM 08/11; * IPFOTY; Editing Members. Draft 4 53 Introduction 54 Akpatok Island is one of the uninhabited Canadian Arctic islands in the Baffin Region of 55 Nunavut, Canada (Fig.
1A). It is the largest island in Ungava Bay, off the northern coast of 56 Quebec where meeting Hudson Strait.
With an area of km 2, it is predominantly formed by 57 limestone, ringed with steep cliffs that rise to m above sea level (Fig. 1B). Ordovician cephalopod fauna of Baffin Island. Geological Society of America Mem p.
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Trettin, H. Geology of Ordovician to Pennsylvanian rocks, M'Clintock Inlet, north coast of Ellesmere Island, Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin Shaw, F. and T. Bolton. Ordovician trilobites from the Romaine and Mingan Formations (Ibexian-Late Whiterockian), Mingan Islands, Quebec.
The class is represented in the modern marine fauna by some species of octopuses, squids, cuttlefishes, argonauts, and Nautilus, the only living form with an external shell. The class also includes more t fossil species informally termed nautiloids and bactritids, ammonoids, and coleoids.
The associated rich cephalopod fauna is different from the Darriwilian cephalopod associations of the Alborz terrane and may show some affinity with warm water faunas of North China and South Korea.
It is likely that the Mid Ordovician fauna recovered from the lower part of the Chahgonbad Formation settled in. Cephalopods (Mollusca) Charactoceras - Ordovician, Arnheim Formation, Mt. Orab, OH. Orthocerid cephalopod with a grid-like external shell pattern.
This is very rarely observed because the shell microstructure is very fragile. Upper Ordovician, Kope Formation, Carrollton, Carroll Co., KY. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center.
Cephalopods (Cephalopoda), like their relatives the gastropods, diversified and grew in size in the Ordovician. These relatives of modern squids were one of only two families of animals (starfish are the other) that appear to have been predators.
All other animals at this time seem to have been detritus feeders, filter feeders, or grazers. The Tribes Hill Formation (upper Skullrockian) of New York records the earliest Ordovician diversification of cephalopods, in particular ellesmerocerids, on the east Laurentian, shallow carbonate platform.
Revision of this cephalopod fauna on the basis of approximately specimens collected across eastern New York has led to new information on inter- and intraspecific variation of.
MILLER,AK, YOUNGQUIST,W and COLLINSON,C () Ordovician Cephalopod Fauna of Baffin Island. GSA Mem pp. MOHANTI,M () The Portilla Formation (Middle Devonian) of the Alba Syncline, Cantabrian Mountains, Prov.
Leon, Northwestern Spain: Carbonate Facies and Rhynchonellid Palaeontology. J.J. Groen en Zoon, Leiden. Bolton, T.E. Ordovician megafauna, southern Baffin Island, Nunavut. In Geology and paleontology of the southeast Arctic Platform and southern Baffin Island, Nunavut – Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin Edited by A.D.
McCracken and T.E. Bolton. Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa. 39– Google Scholar. Discoceras is an extinct marine cephalopod mollusk, a member of the Trocholitidae in the is distinct from Discosorus, It is characterized by closely coiled, gradually expanding shells with a subquadrate cross section, that may be ribbed or smooth.
The sides are broadly rounded; the venter is wide and slightly rounded. The maximum width is slightly dorsal of the middle. While humans and other animals rely on an iron-based oxygen transport system, cephalopods evolved a copper-based system, which is the source of the blue color (similar to horseshoe crabs).
The copper-based molecule in a cephalopod's blood is called hemocyanin, which binds to oxygen to carry it throughout the body and power muscles. (with Miller, A.K., and Youngquist, W.L.) Ordovician Cephalopod Fauna of Baffin Island: Geological Society of America Mem p.
Mississippian prolecantid goniatities from Illinois and adjacent states: Journal of Paleontology, v. 29, p. Background During the Ordovician the global diversity increased dramatically at family, genus and species levels.
Partially the diversification is explained by an increased nutrient, and phytoplankton availability in the open water. Cephalopods are among the top predators of todays open oceans.
Their Ordovician occurrences, diversity evolution and abundance pattern potentially provides.Ordovician Period - Ordovician Period - Animals: Although no fossils of land animals are known from the Ordovician, burrows and trackways from the Late Ordovician of Pennsylvania have been interpreted as produced by animals similar to millipedes.
A millipede-like organism is inferred because the burrows occur in discrete size classes, are bilaterally symmetrical, and were backfilled by the. His doctorate degree () was based on Upper Ordovician cephalopods from Baffin Island and was published in a joint memoir of the Geological Society of America covering the overall fauna and stratigraphy of Silliman’s Fossil Mount on Frobisher Bay, Baffin Island (Miller et al., ).