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Desmoinesian fusulinids of northeastern Oklahoma.

Richard D. Alexander

Desmoinesian fusulinids of northeastern Oklahoma.

by Richard D. Alexander

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Published in Norman [Okla.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oklahoma.
    • Subjects:
    • Fusulinidae.,
    • Paleontology -- Oklahoma.,
    • Paleontology -- Pennsylvanian.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 53-55.

      StatementWith a section on stratigraphy by Carl C. Branson and a section on stratigraphic significance by Carl C. Branson and Richard D. Alexander.
      ContributionsBranson, Carl C. 1906-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE153 .A3 no. 31
      The Physical Object
      Pagination67 p.
      Number of Pages67
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL207804M
      LC Control Numbera 54009784
      OCLC/WorldCa5112730

      Variations in Limestone Deposits-desmoinesian & Missourian Rocks in Northeast Oklahoma [oklahoma city geological society] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Variations in Limestone Deposits-desmoinesian & Missourian Rocks in Northeast OklahomaAuthor: oklahoma city geological society. Search for Oklahoma classmates, friends, family, and memories in one of the largest collections of Online Univeristy, College, Military, and High School Yearbook images and photos!

      The Upper Strawn and lower Canyon Groups (Middle Desmoinesian to Early Missourian) in the Colorado and Brazos River valleys accumulated in a variety of marginal marine and marine depositional systems. Limited exposures, rapid facies changes and discontinuous limestone marker beds . Need to return a book? If you purchase your textbooks from the University Store and later find you don't actually need that textbook for whatever reason you can return it within the first 10 days of the semester during the fall or spring, or within the first five days of the semester during the summer, for a full refund as long as you have your.

      Mississippian Foraminifera of the United States. Part 1. The Northview Formation of Missouri; Part 2. The Hannibal Formation of northeastern Missouri and western Illinois; Part 3. The limestones of the Chouteau Group in Missouri and Illinois. Micropaleontology , & ; pp. & & , 17+14+16 fig., 2+2+4 plts. Stapled. Circular Desmoinesian fusulinids of northeastern Oklahoma, by Richard D. Alexander, with sections on Stratigraphy, by Carl C. Branson, and Stratigraphic significance, by Carl C. Branson and Richard D. Alexander. September 58 pages, 4 figures, 4 plates. Circular


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Desmoinesian fusulinids of northeastern Oklahoma by Richard D. Alexander Download PDF EPUB FB2

OCLC Number: Description: 67 pages illustrations, map 23 cm. Series Title: Circular (Oklahoma Geological Survey), Responsibility: With a section on stratigraphy by Carl C. Branson and a section on stratigraphic significance by Carl C.

Branson and Richard D. Alexander. The fusulinid boundary is here considered an illogical one, and it is suggested that the Herington limestone-Wellington shale contact is the most desirable boundary. At the close of Krebs time (early Desmoinesian) a system of northeast-southwest trending normal faults displaced the rocks in and adjacent to the southwestern flank of the Ozark.

General Information. Title: Desmoinesian fusulinids of northeastern Oklahoma Author(s): Alexander, R.D. Publishing Organization: Oklahoma Geological Survey Series and Number: Circular 31 [67 p.] Publication Date: Cross Section: Yes North Latitude: 36° 55' 54" N () South Latitude: 35° 43' 35" N () East Longitude: 95° 7' 32" W ().

Circular 31 Desmoinesian fusulinids of northeastern Oklahoma, by R. Alexander. Circular 32 Pennsylvanian plant microfossils of the Croweburg coal in Oklahoma, by L.

Wilson and William S. Hoffmeister. Circular 37 A new Pleistocene fauna from Harper County, Oklahoma, by Dwight W. Taylor and Claude W. Hibbard. Name Inola here restricted to lowest limestone, the only one that yields fusulinids (collections from western Mayes County, northeastern Oklahoma).

Fusulinids reported from Inola at type locality, Inola Mound (citing Charles Ryniker,pers. commun.). Age is Middle Pennsylvanian (Desmoinesian). Ten species in the genus Beedeina from Desmoinesian (Middle Pennsylvanian) rocks in the Ardmore Basin (southern Oklahoma, USA) were discriminated on the basis of 29 measured variates.

Each species was characterized by its mean scores on the first and second axes in canonical variates analysis (CVA) and by its lowest stratigraphic occurrence in order to identify evolutionary lineages. Stratigraphy, paleogeography and depositional environments of the Upper Middle Carboniferous (Desmoinesian) cyclothemic Excello Black Shale of the Midcontinent Region, USA Omer Isik Ece* Department of Geosciences, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OKUSA Received 3 March ; accepted 27 March The Excello Shale is one of the best exposed examples of.

In northeastern Oklahoma, north of Muskogee, faulting disturbed Atokan deposits and beveled fault-blocks of Atokan rocks are overlain by lower Desmoinesian beds.

The paleontological hiatus between Middle and Upper Pennsylvanian rocks is pronounced, especially among the fusulinids. Beginning with the middle Desmoinesian, Cabaniss Group deposition was in a narrow successor foreland basin located to the north-west of the Arkoma basin and to the northeast of the Hunton arch.

The Ouachita fold belt was the primary source for terrigenous sediments, periodically including chert-pebble conglomerates, to this area throughout the. Of special importance in the Arkoma Basin and northeastern Oklahoma are Desmoinesian coal beds formed from plant matter that had accumulated in swamps.

At widely scattered locations throughout eastern Oklahoma, Desmoinesian strata are well known for fossil trees, wood, and leaves. the northeast Ok lahoma McAlester Formation (Marsha ll ). More multidisciplinary st udies (fusulinids, conodonts, and other biota) from other regions of North America a re needed to.

Field Conference on Desmoinesian Rocks of Northeastern Oklahoma — Guide Book II () Carl C. Branson. Highway Geology of Oklahoma: Road Logs of the Major Highways of the State, with Notations on Oklahoma's Historic Sites () Guidebook, Panhandle of Oklahoma, Northeastern New Mexico, South-Central Colorado: 35th Anniversary Field.

Age: Pennsylvanian Period, Desmoinesian Series Distribution: West-central Arkansas, Arkansas River Valley; eastern Oklahoma Geology: The Hartshorne Sandstone is a brown to light-gray, massive, frequently cross-bedded, medium-grained sandstone.

It is the first continuous sandstone underlying the Lower Hartshorne Coal. Fusulinids i n succeeding Desmoinesian fusulinid zones (DS-2b, D S-3, DS- 4, and DS-5) differ essenti ally in a more advanc ed shell structure. The first Missourian Eowaeringella and Triticites.

Field Conference on Desmoinesian Rocks of Northeastern Oklahoma,OGS Guide Book, Number 2. Paperback – January 1, by C. Branson (Author)Author: C.

Branson. Desmoinesian fusulinids of northeastern Oklahoma, by Richard D. Alexander, with sections on Stratigraphy, by Carl C. Branson, and Stratigraphic significance, by Carl C. Branson and Richard D. Alexander. September 58 pages, 4 figures, 4 plates. Circular COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Genetic stratigraphy of the Fort Scott Limestone (Pennsylvanian, Desmoinesian), southeastern Kansas. by D. Suchy 1 and R. West 2 1 McGill University 2 Kansas State University.

Abstract. The punctuated aggradational cycle (PAC) approach of Anderson and Goodwin () and transgressive-regressive units of Busch and Rollins () were used to differentiate small-scale [ m ( ft. One fairly fossiliferous bed was found in the center of the syncline cropping out primarily in the southwest corner of Sec.

23, T-5S., R-1E, Carter County, Oklahoma. A detailed fusulinid study was made, and compared with fusulinids from established horizons in the Ardmore basin, especially in the stratigraphic interval between the upper Big. Rilla Askew's book The Mercy Seat is about a family that settles in the Ouachitas in the late 's.

It's an epic story. Donald Harington wrote a number of books set in the Ozarks. His writing is an acquired taste, I think. Barbara Kingsolver's Heaven in Pigs in Heaven is supposed to be in Cherokee County, Oklahoma. That's in the Ozark plateau. OHS Books Published.

America’s Exiles: Indian Colonization in Oklahoma, Oklahoma Series, vol. 3, Arrell M. Gibson, ed.pages: illustrations, Gould, C.N., L.L. Hutchison, and G.

Nelson,Preliminary report on the mineral resources of Oklahoma: Oklahoma Geological Survey Bulletin 1, 84 p.Abstract. A lithofacies analysis of the subsurface Atoka clastic rocks in parts of Jack, Palo Pinto, Parker, and Wise Counties, north-central Texas, was designed to provide a meaningful interpretation of depositional environments that existed during Atokan time, as well as the most favorable areas for production of hydrocarbons.