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Middle Eocene Palynomorphs from San Diego, California

Middle Eocene Palynomorphs from San Diego, California

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Published by American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists in [Houston, Tex.?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • California,
  • San Diego Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Pollen, Fossil -- California -- San Diego Region.,
    • Paleobotany -- Eocene.,
    • Palynology -- California -- San Diego Region.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementNorman O. Frederiksen ... [et al.].
      SeriesAASP contributions series,, no. 12, Contributions series ;, no. 12.
      ContributionsFrederiksen, Norman O.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE993.2 .M53 1983
      The Physical Object
      Paginationi, 154 p. :
      Number of Pages154
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2793393M
      LC Control Number83221658

      The Laguna Salada Basin and the Imperial Basin farther north constitute the southwestern limit of the Salton Trough. Both provide insights into the evolution of marine and non-marine sedimentary basins that developed at the head of the Gulf of California rift system during Late Neogene time ().Tectonic and sedimentary events within the Laguna Salada and Imperial Basins register similar Cited by: Forty-four invertebrate taxa, including one coral, 40 mollusks (30 bivalves and 10 gastropods), and three echinoids are recognized from a thin marine interval of the Imperial Formation near Travertine Point, Imperial County, California. The Travertine Point outcrop lies about midway between exposures of the Imperial Formation around Palm Springs, Riverside County, and exposures centered at.

      Indian Labor at the California Missions: Slavery or Salvation. Journal of San Diego History 24(2) Arenaza, Pascual M., and Jose Francisco de P. Señán Informe de esta Misión de San Carlos segun el estado en que se hallaba el día último de Diciembre, Archivo Generál de la Nación, México, Archivo Historico de. Even in North America’s hottest and driest place, which gets less than two inches of rain per year and bakes in blistering summer temperatures, life manages to find a way. While Death Valley might be best known for its barren landscape, over animal species and 1, types of plants call the park home. With a sharp eye and some strategic planning, visitors can witness the animals who.

      Full text of "Eocene and Oligocene Floras of the Rocky Mountains" See other formats. Taxonomy and biostratigraphy of Sabinian palynomorphs from the Wilcox group (Paleocene-Eocene epochs) of southwestern Louisiana Gregory, William Andrew, Jr., Ph.D. The Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical Col., UMI N. Zeeb Rd. Ann Arbor, MI Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner.


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proximately 43–37 Ma) of northern San Diego County (Colbert, ; Walsh,) and from the middle Eocene Mission Valley Formation (late Uintan, approximately 42– Middle Eocene mammal faunas of San Diego County, California; pp.

75– in D. Prothero and R. Emry (eds.), The Terrestrial Eocene-Oligocene Transition in North America. Cambridge Author: Stephen L. Walsh. to middle Eocene pollen samples from Franciscan rocks of northern California, and one upper Eocene pollen sample from central California.

The intention of this report is to evaluate the possibility of using pollen data to correlate Eocene rocks in the San Jose 2° Sheet, California. Previous Palynological WorkCited by: 1.

Middle Eocene Palynomorphs from San Diego, California. Part I. Introduction, Spores and Gymnosperm Pollen. Part II. Angiosperm Pollen and Miscellanea.

(American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists, AASP Contributions Series, Number 12). Frederiksen, Norman O. and DAvid R. Carr. Book Chapter (15) Article Type. Facet list. Research Article San Diego California (44) San Francisco County California middle Eocene (5) Mission Valley Formation (6) Rose Canyon Formation.

Abstract. The major radiation of the Juglandaceae occurred during the early Tertiary as recorded by the proliferation of juglandaceous pollen and the appearance of fruits representing extinct and extant genera of the family.

Juglandaceous pollen types of the Paleocene were predominantly triporate and exhibited a greater diversity in patterns of exinous thinning than occurs in the family by:   Farther north, in the San Diego Embayment of southern California, Eocene marine sedimentary rocks are assigned to the La Jolla Group (Kennedy and Peterson, ) and are partially correlative with the Delicias Formation.

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SAN DIEGO CO. IMPERIAL CO. Travertine Point BM BM ravertine Palm ash Garner ash sea level X X Travertine Point exposure of the Imperial Formation LOS ANGELES LONG BEACH RIVERSIDE BANNING PALM SPRINGS INDIO ESCONDIDO SAN DIEGO BRAWLEY SAN DIEGO COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE File Size: 6MB.

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AASP. Cont. Ser. – Google Scholar Frederiksen NO () Review of early Tertiary sporomorph by: Clay mineralogy of the Friars Formation, Tierrasanta to Fletcher Hills, San Diego County, California, in Ross, A., and Dowlen, R.J., ed., Studies on the geology of Camp Pendleton and western San Diego County, California: San Diego Association of Geologists.

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