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Cretaceous Non-Marine Faunas of Northwestern North America.

Royal Ontario Museum. Life Sciences Division.

Cretaceous Non-Marine Faunas of Northwestern North America.

by Royal Ontario Museum. Life Sciences Division.

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SeriesRoyal Ontario Museum Life Sciences Contribution -- 61
ContributionsRussell, Loris S.
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Vertebrate biostratigraphy of the Hell Creek Formation in southwestern North Dakota and northwestern South Dakota. In Hartman, J., Johnson, K.R., and Nichols, D.J. (eds.), The Hell Creek Formation and the Cretaceous-Tertiary Boundary in the northern Great Plains. Geological Society of Author: Nathan E. Van Vranken, Christopher Fielitz, Jun A. Ebersole. The extant anuran fauna of Madagascar is exceptionally rich and almost completely endemic. In recent years, many new species have been described and understanding of the history and relationships of this fauna has been greatly advanced by molecular studies, but very little is known of the fossil history of frogs on the island. Beelzebufo ampinga, the first named pre-Holocene frog from.

Evolutionary significance of North American Paleogene insect faunas. Quaestiones Entomologicae, 14 (1): Wilson, M. V. H. Paleogene insect faunas of western North America. Quaestiones Entomologicae, 14 (1): Wilson, M. V. H. A second species of Libotonius (Pisces: Percopsidae) from the Eocene of Washington State.   Mid-Jurassic dinosaur fauna of Gondwana. Although the dinosaur fossil record of the Middle Jurassic both for Laurasia and Gondwana is poor, available fossils indicate that it was a time of rapid diversification of all existing dinosaur the beginning of the Late Jurassic almost every lineage of advanced herbivorous and carnivorous dinosaurs was by:

This list of fossil fishes described in is a list of new taxa of jawless vertebrates, placoderms, acanthodians, fossil cartilaginous fishes, bony fishes and other fishes of every kind that are scheduled to be described during the year , as well as other significant discoveries and events related to paleontology of fishes that are scheduled to occur in the year Qin Zuohuan, Xi Dangpeng, Sames Benjamin Do Carmo Dermeval, Xang Xuri, Xu Yankang, Yu Zhiqiang, Wei Feng, Leite Amanda Moreira and Wan Xiaoqiao, , Ostracods of the non-marine Lower Cretaceous Dabeigou Formation at Yushuxia (Luanping Basin, North China): Implications for the early Jehol Biota age. Cretaceous Research, 86,


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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE LOWER CRETA- CEOUS FORMATIONS AND FAUNAS OF THE UNITED STATES., INTRODUCTION.

BESIDES the facts of wide distribution and economic impor- tance the Cretaceous is notable for the problems of more purely scientific nature than it.

Benjamin Sames: Early Cretaceous Cypridea Bosquet in North America and Europe It was not until the late s–early s that this kind of work was : Benjamin Sames. Recent studies (e.g., Winkler et al., ; Archibald, ; Eaton et al., ) have suggested relationships between eustasy during specific intervals within the Cretaceous and early Tertiary (Albian-Aptian, Cenomanian-Turonian, Maastrichtian-Tertiary, respectively) and the evolution of vertebrate tions based on the studies of relatively narrow time intervals (4 million years or Cited by: 3.

In: Michael O. Woodburne, Editors. Mammalian faunal succession in the Cretaceous System of western North America. Article. Cretaceous non-marine faunas of northwestern North America. Highlights We present the first study on the ichnofauna of the Wapiti Formation, west-central Alberta.

The Late Cretaceous Wapiti Formation is representative of exclusively non-marine taxa. Seven morphotypes are recognized and attributed to mammals, small reptiles, amphibians, and dinosaurs. This study provides additional data on high-latitude faunas from western North America in the by: Many of the taxa of Late Cretaceous dinosaurs in North America are strikingly related to forms found in Asia, lending support to a northern migration route between northeast Asia and northwest North America (e.g., Russell, ; Pasch and May, ; Currie, ; Norman and Sues, ; Sereno, ; Godefroit et al., ).

Various models have. Late Maastrichtian paleoenvironments and dinosaur biogeography in the western interior of North America. Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimatol., Palaeoecol., During Late Maastrichtian time, three major sedimentary depositional provinces existed in continental environments of the western interior region of North by: Dinosaur Provincial Park (DPP) was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site inbut in the exceptional quality and abundance of dinosaur fossils were already recognized with 80 km 2 of the richest fossil beds being set aside as an Alberta, Canada, provincial park.

DPP represents possibly the best window into the biology of the Late Campanian anywhere in the world. Russell LS. Cretaceous non-marine faunas of northwestern North America. Life Sciences Contributions, Royal Ontario Museum. ; 1– Ryan M, Tanke D, Brinkman D, Eberth D, Currie P. A new Pachyrhinosaurus-like ceratopsian from the upper Dinosaur Park Formation (late Campanian) of southern Alberta, Canada.

INTRODUCTION. The fossil record of latest Cretaceous mammals from North America (Lancian land-mammal ‘age,’ NALMA) consists mostly of isolated teeth and fragmentary jaws; nevertheless, it includes more specimens and localities from this interval than any other major landmass (Kielan-Jaworowska et al., ).As such, it serves as a primary source of paleontological data for analyzing Cited by:   Vertebrate biostratigraphy of the Hell Creek Formation in southwestern North Dakota and northwestern South Dakota.

Geological Society of America, Special Paper North Dakota - K/T Boundary Bercovici, A., et al. Palynostratigraphy of John's Nose, a new Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary section in southwestern North Dakota, USA.

Full text of "A review of the non-marine fossil mollusca of North America" See other formats. Diversity of Cretaceous turtle faunas of eastern Asia and their contribution to the turtle faunas of North America. Paleontological Society of Korea Special Publication No Cited by: Global Events.- 1 Ostracoda and global events.- 2 The effect of global events on the evolution of Cenomanian and Turonian marginal Tethyan ostracod faunas in the Mediterranean region.- 3 Ostracoda and the discovery of global Cainozoic palaeoceanographical events.- 4 Devonian ostracod faunas of western Canada: their evolution, biostratigraphical potential and environmental settings.- 5 A.

Bryant, L. J, A new genus and species of Amiidae (Holostei; Osteichthyes) from the Late Cretaceous of North America, with comments on the phylogeny of the Amiidae.

Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. MFNA-CL-FL. Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late. Higher Taxonomic Rank: Amiidae. Genera/Species: Melviusthomasi Bryant. Radiocarbon Ages for Fossil Ammonites and Wood in Cretaceous Strata near Redding, California Saul, L. The north Pacific Cretaceous trigoniid genus Yaadia.

University of California, Publications in the Geological Sciences –65, plates 1– Saul, L. R., and W. Popenoe. Meekia, enigmatic Cretaceous pelecypod Size: 6MB.

Introduction. The most iconic picture of a Late Cretaceous terrestrial ecosystem is probably Tyrannosaurus attacking Triceratops on the vast, fertile floodplains of North America, as a suite of smaller dinosaurs, mammals, crocodyliforms, turtles, and pterosaurs look on.

This vignette has been repeated often in movies and museum exhibits, and for good reason: the terrestrial fossil record of Cited by: Distribution Of Cretaceous Rocks.

American. Part 3. at the same time providing a way for the interchange of land animals and plants between North America and the Old World. The Upper Cretaceous faunas of Mexico are surprisingly different from those of the United States, and so like those of the Mediterranean region of Europe as to suggest.Index fossils of Japan, Revised edition.

pp. (incl. 89 pls.) Asakura Book Co., Tokyo. ——— and Nishida, Tamio () On some species of Carboniferous pleurotomariaceans from Akiyoshi.