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mammalian fauna of the Lysite Member, Wind River Formation (early Eocene) of Wyoming

Daniel A. Guthrie

mammalian fauna of the Lysite Member, Wind River Formation (early Eocene) of Wyoming

by Daniel A. Guthrie

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Published by Southern California Academy of Sciences : available from Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History] in [Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Wyoming,
  • Fremont County.
    • Subjects:
    • Mammals, Fossil -- Wyoming -- Fremont County.,
    • Paleontology -- Eocene.,
    • Paleontology -- Wyoming -- Fremont County.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 52-53.

      Other titlesMammalian fauna of the Lysite Member ...
      StatementDaniel A. Guthrie.
      SeriesMemoirs of the Southern California Academy of Sciences ;, v. 5
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE881 .G87
      The Physical Object
      Pagination53 p. :
      Number of Pages53
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4945694M
      LC Control Number76373420

        Guthrie, D.A., , The mammalian fauna of the Lysite Member, Wind River Formation (early Eocene) of Wyoming: Memoirs of the Southern California Academy of Cited by: 1. Name Blue Point marker applied to middle ash bed which is dated as +/ m.y. Blue Point marker underlain by Aycross, Wapiti, or unnamed sequence and overlain by Tepee Trail south of Greybull River Valley and by Wiggins Formation to north. Fauna of Wapiti listed (plants, fishes, reptiles, mammals) and described. Eocene age.

      Information on Fish, flora, and fauna of the Green River Formation in Fossil Lake. Kemmerer Wyoming. Eocene Epoch - Green River Formation deposits are found in Colorado, Wyoming and Utah, generally along the present-day Green River. As an important lagerstatte, the Green River Formation sediments represent a continuous record of deposition that spans a 5 million year period from to mya.

      Wildlife, Flora & Fauna. Canals and rivers are now among the country's most important environmental assets. Rural habitats range from woodland and hedgerow, through to grassland, wetlands and open water – the Canal & River Trust's network alone includes all or part of 73 Special Sites of Scientific Interest (SSSIs) and links with a further 1, non-statutory nature sites. of Green River Formation oil shale, and time-series analyses of Fischer Assay values in individual cores of the Wilkins Peak Member have been used to infer orbitally-induced (Milankovitch) climate changes. This study is the first to examine evidence for Wilkins Peak Member cyclicity within the context of a basin-scale spatio-temporal framework.


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An Early Eocene arctostylopid (Mammalia: Arctostylopida) from the Green River Basin, Wyoming Article in Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 24(Jun ) January with 35 Reads.

The mammalian fauna of the Lysite Member, Wind River Formation, (Early Eocene) of Wyoming. Memoirs of the Southern California Academy of Sciences, 5, 1– Heissig, K. ().Cited by: 2. The Wind River Formation is a geologic formation in Wyoming.

It preserves fossils dating back to the Paleogene period. A recent study by Stanford mammalian fauna of the Lysite Member that fracking has contaminated the entire ground water resource in the basin. See also. List of fossiliferous stratigraphic units in Wyoming Country: United States.

The geology of East Fork-Wind River junction area, Blue Holes Quadrang Robert Foster Holmes The mammalian fauna of the Lysite Member, Wind River Formation (early Daniel A.

Guthrie Not In Library. Costs of producing crops, Riverton area, Fremont County, Wyoming, Douglas E. Agee Not In Library. The late Eocene Insectivora and. PDF | On Jan 1,Philip D. Gingerich and others published New early Eocene mammalian fauna from the upper Ghazij Formation of Baluchistan (Pakistan) | Find, read and cite all the research you.

White River Fauna, prehistoric animals of the White River Badlands, located in the northern United fossilized animals date from the Eocene, Oligocene, Miocene, and Pliocene epochs of the Cenozoic are found in the Chadron Formation, Brule Formation, and/or the Arikaree Formation of South Dakota, Nebraska, and/or Wyoming.

Geologic unit mapped in Wyoming: Northwest Wyoming (Jackson Hole) - Variegated red and white claystone and siltstone; largely nontuffaceous except near the top; lenticular coal unit in middle.

At base locally includes equivalent of Indian Meadows Formation. Central Wyoming - Variegated claystone and sandstone; lenticular conglomerate.

Age of tuff at top 49 Ma. Phylogenetic and Morphometric Reassessment of the Dental Evidence for a Mesonychian and Cetacean Clade Guthrie, D. The mammalian fauna of the Lysite Member, Wind River Formation, (early Eocene) of Wyoming.

Mem. South. Calif. Acad. Qi, T. Irdin Manha upper Eocene and its mammalian fauna at Huhebolhe Cliff in central Inner Cited by: New Data on Loveina (Primates: Omomyidae) from the early Eocene Wasatch Formation and Implications for Washakiin K. C., Krishtalka, L., and Stucky, R.

Revision of the Wind River faunas, early Eocene of central Wyoming. Part The mammalian fauna of the Lysite Member, Wind River Formation, (early Eocene) of Wyoming. Mem. Cited by: 2. Subjects: Abanico Formation Abanico Formation (Chile) Chile Chlorocyon phantasma Eocene Mammals, Fossil Paleontology Sparassodonta Tinguiririca River Region The Conard fissure, a Pleistocene bone deposit in northern Arkansas: with descriptions of two new genera and twenty new species of mammals.

Structure map of the top of the Lance Formation, Powder River Basin and Bull Mountain Basin 7. Map showing characteristics of and boundaries between the three petrographic groupings used in this report, Lance Formation, Powder River Basin and Bighorn Basin 8.

Paleocurrent map, Lance Formation, Powder River Basin and nearby basins FIGURES by: 9. a Wasatch Formation thought to be early Eocene, an interme- diate Wind River Formation, and a higher Bridger Formation thought to be middle Eocene.

There was at the time no inter- vening Paleocene epoch. Wortman, Fisher, and Loomis The first search for vertebrate fossils in the Bighorn Basin was carried out by J. Wortman in and The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

The oldest rocks in the White River Group are Late Eocene (late Chardonian Age) to mid-Oligocene and range from 30 to 40 million years old. In South Dakota, the Chadron Formation consists of siltstones, sandstones and sandy conglomerates which were deposited in stream channels.

Geology and paleoecology of the Cottonwood Creek delta in the Eocene Tipton Tongue of the Green River Formation and a mammalian fauna from the Eocene Cathedral Bluffs Tongue of the Wasatch Formation, Southeast Washakie Basin, Wyoming. Eocene strata at Fossil Butte National Monument were deposited in Fossil Basin, a small, north-south trending, structurally controlled sedimentary basin within the Wyoming Overthrust Belt ().Fossils mammals reported here were recovered from the uppermost m of the main body of the Wasatch Formation (), which stratigraphically underlies the Fossil Butte Member of the Green River Formation Cited by: 1.

The mammals differ from their descendants in the Lance Formation at the species level. The community structure and the paleoecology of the fauna of the Judith River Formation resemble those of the Lance Formation. The greatest difference between the two communities is the greater variety of dinosaurs in the earlier formation"--P.

of the Green River Formation is only incidental, brackets are used to indicate the pages perti­ nent to the Green River Formation. U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY REPORTS ON THE GREEN RIVER FORMATION, COLORADO, UTAH, AND WYOMING Andrews, D.

A., and Hunt, C. B.,Geologic map of eastern and southern Utah: U.S. Geol. SurveyCited by: 4. The White River Formation can usually be subdivided into three fossil land mammal ages based on the vertebrate fauna, including the Chadronian, Orellan, and Whitneyan North American Land Mammal Ages (NALMAs) from oldest to youngest, respectively.

(Figure 4. White River Formation simplified chart). out of 5 stars Paleontology of the Green River Formation, with a review of the fish fauna Reviewed in the United States on April 5, This is the one indispensable book for any serious collector of the beautifully preserved fossil fish from the Eocene age lacustrine formations of /5(5).Tactite rocks of the Iron Mountain district, Sierra and Socorro Counties, New Mexico: The pyrometasomatic deposits at Iron Mountain, near the northern end of the Sierra Cuchillo in Sierra and Socorro Counties, New Mexico, have been formed through replacement of calcareous beds of Paleozoic age, generally at or near contacts with intrusive masses of rhyolite, rhyolite porphyry, aplite, and fine.Full text of "Eocene bad water" earlier discovered^ particularly in view of the long history of collecting associated with the adjacent lower Eocene Wind River formation.

Discovery of the occurrence of upper Eocene mammalian remains along Badwater Creek near the site of the old Bad water Post Office by Wood, Seton, and Hares in was.