|Statement||by James Perrin Smith.|
|Series||Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences. Third series. Geology., vol. I, no. 10|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .C23|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p.l., p. 323-430.|
|Number of Pages||430|
|LC Control Number||04031082|
Collection includes two of Perrin's publications, THE COMPARATIVE STRATIGRAPHY OF THE MARINE TRIAS OF WESTERN AMERICA () and THE MIDDLE TRIASSIC MARINE INVERTEBRATE FAUNAS OF NORTH AMERICA (), both of which have extensive marginalia as well as whole pages of manuscript notes. Access Terms Smith, James Perrin, The Stratigraphy Of The Western American Trias () Smith. The Stratigraphy of the Western American Trias Next. The Stratigraphy of the Western American Trias (PDF) Jurassic Sequence Stratigraphy of the Western and. The Stratigraphy of the Western American Trias. | No Comments. The stratigraphy of western Australia.
America and the Sea: A Maritime History is the most comprehensive maritime history of the United States available today. Spanning the centuries from Native American and Viking maritime activities before Columbus through today's maritime enterprise, the text provides a new history of the U.S. from the fundamental perspective of the sea that surrounds it and the rivers and lakes that link its Reviews: 6. It is notable as a marine guide fossil of short stratigraphic range, which does, however, span the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary. It is found that one well-preserved specimen has yielded remarkably large gastroliths, prompting comparison to those of elasmosaurs, with potential contributions to stability in marine environments. "Rare earth element determination of the stratigraphic position of the holotype of Mosasaurus missouriensis (Harlan), the first named fossil reptile from the American West", The Geology and Paleontology of the Late Cretaceous Marine Deposits of the Dakotas, James E. Martin, David C. Parris. (PDF) Stratigraphic Sequence and Basin development of the. Oil Field Stratigraphy of Kentucky A Systematic Presentation.
John C. Van Wagoner, "Sequence Stratigraphy and Marine to Nonmarine Facies Architecture of Foreland Basin Strata, Book Cliffs, Utah, U.S.A.", Sequence Stratigraphy of Foreland Basin Deposits: Outcrop and Subsurface Examples from the Cretaceous of North America. The stratigraphy and sedimentology of a Jurassic marine - Persée Stratigraphy, sedimentology, and geochemistry of the upper mississippian pride shale in the appalachian basin. His particular interest is in sequence stratigraphy, and in the sedimentology of nonmarine sandstones, and their characteristics as reservoir rocks for non-. The distribution of marine Triassic invertebrate faunas in North America is reviewed to recognize forms that may have paleolatitudinal significance. Marine Triassic occurs on the North American Plate over a latitudinal spread of 46 degrees, from California to Ellesmere Island. At some intervals of time faunas on the Plate permit the discrimination of two or three provinces with distinctively. The Paleozoic Era ended with the approximately million-year-long Permian Period, a major juncture in Earth history when the vast Pangean supercontinent continued its assembly (), and the global biota faced its greatest diversity crisis, the end-Permian mass extinction, the most extensive biotic decimation of the Mesozoic Era followed with the approximately million-year.