Early Eocene vertebrates and plants from the Fisher/Sullivan site (Nanjemoy Formation) Stafford County, Virginia

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Published by Commonwealth of Virginia, Dept. of Mines, Minerals and Energy, Division of Mineral Resources in Charlottesville, Va .

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  • Virginia,
  • Stafford County.

Subjects:

  • Vertebrates, Fossil -- Virginia -- Stafford County.,
  • Paleontology -- Eocene.,
  • Animals, Fossil -- Virginia -- Stafford County.,
  • Paleobotany -- Eocene.,
  • Plants, Fossil -- Virginia -- Stafford County.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Book details

StatementRobert E. Weems and Gary J. Grimsley, editors.
SeriesVirginia Division of Mineral Resources publication ;, 152
ContributionsWeems, R. E., Grimsley, Gary J.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE841 .E27 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 159 p. :
Number of Pages159
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL123230M
LC Control Number99490904
OCLC/WorldCa42754141

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Early Eocene vertebrates and plants from the Fisher/Sullivan site (Nanjemoy Formation) Stafford County, Virginia. Charlottesville, Va.: Commonwealth of Virginia, Dept. of Mines, Minerals and Energy, Division of Mineral Resources, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document.

Book comments: Early Eocene Vertebrates and Plants from the Fisher/Sullivan Site This book, published by the Virginia Division of Mineral Resources, provides a detailed overview of the animal and plant fauna of the site known best as Muddy Creek (Nanjemoy Frm, Ypresian, Virginia).

The Nanjemoy Formation is a geologic formation in Virginia, Maryland, and preserves fossils dating back to the Paleogene ically, it dates back to the Ypresian stage of the Eocene epoch. It’s known for containing Otodus obliquus and Carcharocles aksuaticus, as well as various other shark and ray ilian, snake, turtle, mammal, and bird remains have all Country: United States.

I'm looking for a reference book for identifying fossilized shark teeth and eocene fossils. Any suggestions would be appreciated. The state published a great reference book on this site: Weems.R.E.

and Grimsley, G.J., Early Eocene Vertebrates and Plants from the Fisher / Sullivan Site (Nanjemoy Formation) Stafford County, Virginia, Virginia Division of Mineral Resource, Pub.

Authenticity guaranteed. Have a look. Note - The Muddy Creek / Fisher - Sullivan site was. Tiffney, B. Fossil fruit and seed flora from the early Eocene Fisher/Sullivan site. In: Early Eocene Vertebrates and plants from the.

Fisher/Sullivan Site (Nanjemoy Formation) Stafford County, Virginia. Virginia Div. Mineral Resources Pub Tiffney, B. H., Publication Early Eocene Vertebrates and Plants from the Fisher/Sullivan Site (Nanjemoy Formation) Stafford County, Virginia Minerals of Virginia, Publication Geology and Mineral Resources of the Southwest Virginia Coalfield.

More than one hundred species of vertebrates now are known from this one horizon, but even so, many more species probably remain to be discovered.” (Robert E. Weems and Gary J. Grimsley, Introduction, Geology, and Paleogeographic Setting, in Early Eocene Vertebrates and Plants from the Fisher/Sullivan Site (Nanjemoy Formation) Stafford County.

Kent B.W. Part 2. Sharks from the Fisher/Sullivan Site. In: Weems R.E. (ed.) Fossil Vertebrates and Plants from the Fisher/Sullivan Site (Stafford County), a Record of Early Eocene Life in Virginia.

Virginia Division of Mineral Resources 11– Kent B.W. Part 3. Rays from the Fisher/Sullivan : Jun A. Ebersole, David J. Cicimurri, Gary L. Stringer. Collecting at the site is now permitted on this basis.

Inafter several years of collaboration with MGS collectors, Dr. Bretton Kent, and several specialists at the NMNH, Dr. Weems and Gary Grimsley published a book describing the fauna: Early Eocene Vertebrates and Plants from the Fisher-Sullivan Site (Nanjemoy Formation) Stafford County.

nearly vertebrae from the Lower Eocene Fisher/Sullivan site of Virginia to P. toliapicus on the basis of shared characters with this species, but how the vertebrae compared with P. littoralis. Early Eocene vertebrates and plants from the Fisher/Sullivan site (Nanjemoy Formation) Stafford County, Virginia [] Charlottesville, Va.: Commonwealth of Virginia, Dept.

of Mines, Minerals and Energy, Division of Mineral Resources, Publication Early Eocene Vertebrates and Plants from the Fisher/Sullivan Site (Nanjemoy Formation) Stafford County, Virginia ; Publication Coal, oil and gas, and industrial and metallic minerals industries in Virginia, The Icacinaceae occur pantropically today, but are well represented by fossil fruits of the warm Early Middle Eocene, when tropical plants that currently occupy low latitudes were more widely.

Early Eocene Vertebrates and Plants from the Fisher/Sullivan Site (Nanjemoy Formation) Stafford County, Virginia. Virginia Division of Mineral Resources, Pub pp. Welton, B. and R. Farish The Collector's Guide to Fossil Sharks and Rays from the Cretaceous of Texas. Before Time, Texas. Yabe, H., and Goto, M., This stratigraphically dense record of Wasatchian vertebrates owes its existence to Laramide tectonics, which provided ideal depositional settings for the accumulation and rapid burial of vertebrate remains of this age along much of the Rocky Mountain Cordillera.

D.,Fossil mammals from the early Eocene Fisher/Sullivan site, in Cited by: Regional Paleoenvironments a nd Paleoclimate Estimates T he Eocene epoch, during which the Blue Rim flora existed (~ Ma), is known to have been considerably w armer than today; the late Paleocene into early Eocene is considered a hothouse or greenhouse (Wing and Greenwood, ) In the Eocene, evidence suggests that all glacial ice was.

The Arcto-Tertiary Geoflora concept of Ralph Chaney, that the Mixed Mesophytic Forest of eastern Asia and eastern North America are relicts of a Northern Hemisphere high-latitude circumglobal deciduous forest of the Late Cretaceous–Early Tertiary that migrated south to the temperate zone as an intact unit, was shown by Wolfe and others to be invalid.

To explain the origin and development of Cited by: 4. Skip to content. Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution SAPE. Early Eocene vertebrates and plants from the Fisher/Sullivan site (Nanjemoy Formation) Stafford County, Virginia.

Virginia Division of Mineral Resources Publication, – Olson, S.L. Early Eocene birds from eastern North America: a faunule from the Nanjemoy Formation of Virginia.

In Weems, R.E. and Grimsley G.J. (eds.), Early Eocene Vertebrates and Plants From the Fisher/Sullivan Site (Nanjemoy Formation) Stafford County Virginia.

Virginia Division of Mineral Resources Publication Cited by: 9. OLSON S. Early Eocene birds from eastern North America: a faunule from the Nanjemoy Formation of Virginia.

Pages in Robert E. Weems and Gary J. Grimsley, editors. Early Eocene Vertebrates and Plants from the Fisher/Sullivan Site (Nanjemoy Formation) Stafford County, Virginia. Virginia Division of Mineral Resources Publication However, establishment of the global standard stratotype-section and point (GSSP) for the base of the Eocene on the basal inflection of a prominent CIE at Dababiya Quarry (Egypt) (Aubry et al., ) resulted in a shift in the Paleocene-Eocene boundary.

The Paleocene-Eocene boundary is now placed within Zone NP 9. Full text of "Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington" See other formats. Full text of "Annals of the Smithsonian Institution" See other formats. Pan-Angiospermae P.

Cantino et M. Donoghue in Ta E Habit Bisexual or unisexual, trees, shrubs, lianas, suffrutices, or perennial, biennial or annual herbs. Root Main root usually developing from radicula and usually as tap root with lateral roots (radicula sometimes ephemeral, all roots of mature plant being adventitious).

Root cap and epidermis usually with common. Ericson (), Olson (b), and Feduccia () mentioned unpublished remains of early Eocene anhimid-like birds from the Willwood Formation (Wyoming) which are under study by Peter Houde. A similar species also occurred in the early Eocene London Clay of Walton-on-the-Naze (see Table in Feduccia ; own observation).

Doria Et Al Menispermaceae - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Scribd is the world's largest social reading and publishing site. Search Search. Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy, Early Eocene Vertebrates and Plants from the Fisher/Sullivan Site pages, 8 main sections Publication Contains actual photos and descriptions of fossils found at this site.

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