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  • Неизвестный автор (Taylor & Francis Group, 1973-10-01)
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  • Traverse Alfred (Taylor & Francis Group, 1972-10-01)
    The Franciscan rocks on which much of greater San Francisco, California, is built, have been the subject of geologic investigation and speculation for a century. Recent investigations by Hsü and colleagues have indicated ...
  • Felix CharlesJ.; Burbridge PatriciaP. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1976-08-01)
    Abundant and varied microplankton populations described by Manum from Graham Island and by Manum and Cookson from Graham and Ellef Ringnes islands of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago were assigned by those authors to the ...
  • Felix CharlesJ.; Burbridge PatriciaP. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1973-10-01)
    A palynological study was conducted on surface samples from a measured section of the Eureka Sound Formation on Ellef Ringnes Island in the Canadian Arctic Islands. The microflora is of Maestrichtian age and compares with ...
  • Malloy RaymondE. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1972-10-01)
    A vertical stratigraphic sequence of interrelated older Senonian and Maestrichtian dinoflagellate cysts is delineated in samples from offshore well in Gabon. The lineage is a morphologically transitional evolutionary series ...
  • Warg JamisonB.; Traverse Alfred (Taylor & Francis Group, 1973-10-01)
    A section of Catskill Formation (Devonian) carbonaceous shales including pockets and small beds of pyritic, vitrinitic, high‐volatile A bituminous “coal” ( >40 percent ash) was uncovered during construction of Interstate ...
  • Pocock StanleyA. J. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1976-08-01)
    Strata above and below the Jurassic‐Cretaceous boundary in the Canadian Arctic yield ammonite and pelecypod faunas that, in many instances, permit assignment to chronostratigraphic stages with some precision. These same ...
  • Barss M. S. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1972-10-01)
    Miospores were obtained from eight surface and borehole sections in central Yukon Territory. Forms such as Vittatina, Protohaploxypinus, Striato‐podocarpites, Striatoabietites, Potonieisporites, Limittisporites and ...
  • Christopher RaymondA.; Hart GeorgeF. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1971-10-01)
    The causes of areal and temporal variation in palynofloras extracted from sedimentary rocks are divided into major sources of variation and extraneous sources of variation. Major sources include: (1) Time; (2) Climate; (3) ...
  • Srivastava SatishK. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1976-08-01)
    During a comprehensive biostratigraphic study of the English Jurassic, evidence from several infected specimens indicated that, at first, bacillary hyphae randomly infect the microspore exine. The hyphae subsequently develop ...
  • Wall David (Taylor & Francis Group, 1971-10-01)
    Considerable progress has been made in the last few years toward a solution to an old micropaleontological problem, namely, that of the “biological affinities of hystrichospheres.” Today it can be said with some certainty ...
  • Jenkins W. A. M. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1970-01-01)
    Chitinozoans are bottle‐shaped microfossils with hollow, organic‐walled tests. They thrived during the Ordovician, Silurian, and Devonian periods and were exclusively marine. Tests occur singly, joined together in chains, ...
  • Hoffmeister WilliamS. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1970-01-01)
  • Downie C.; Hussain M. A.; Williams G. L. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1971-10-01)
    A study of quantitative variations in some Lower Tertiary dinoflagellate and acritarch assemblages has demonstrated the existence of four distinct associations. Each association is characterized by the presence of species ...