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Stratigraphy and fauna of the Tejon Eocene of California
Dickerson, Roy E.
|Statement||by Roy E. Dickerson.|
|Series||University of California publications. Bulletin of the Department of Geology -- v. 9, no. 17, University of California publications in geological sciences -- v. 9, no. 17.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. -524,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||524|
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Get this from a library. Stratigraphy and fauna of the Tejon Eocene of California. [Roy E Dickerson]. Basin Province, California Chapter 6 Middle Tertiary Stratigraphic Sequences of the San Joaquin Basin, California By Cari L.
Johnson1 and Stephan A. Graham2 Abstract An integrated database of outcrop studies, borehole logs, and seismic-reflection profiles is used to divide Eocene through Miocene strata of the central and southern San Joaquin Basin,Cited by: 2.
The Tejon Formation, which crops out in the western Tehachapi and San Emigdio Mountains and underlies much of the adjacent southern San Joaquin basin, consists mostly of shallow-marine siliciclastic deposits that record a major transgressive–regressive depositional cycle ().Most of the adjacent Eocene strata of northern and central California consist of extensive submarine-fan and associated Cited by: 9.
Provenance and stratigraphy of the Eocene Tejon Formation, Western Tehachapi Mountains, San Emigdio Mountains, and Southern San Joaquin Basin, California Article in.
Fossils are rare but do indicate Tejon age (Eocene). Summary of Citation: Tejon Publication: Anderson, F.M.
and Hanna, G.D.,Fauna and stratigraphic relations of the Tejon Eocene at the type locality in Kern County, California: California Academy of Sciences Occasional Papers, no.
11, p. Usage in Publication: Tejon Group. CONTRIBUTIONS TO STRATIGRAPHY REVISION OF STRATIGRAPHIC NAMES FOR SOME EOCENE FORMATIONS IN SANTA BARBARA AND VENTURA COUNTIES, CALIFORNIA By J. VEDDER ABSTRACT Rock units of Eocene age in the southeastern San Rafael Mountains and eastern Santa Ynez Mountains have had a relatively consistent set of names for at least 20 by: 3.
The fauna of the State of California may be the most diverse in the United States of the Lower 48 conterminous states, California has the greatest diversity in climate, terrain and geology in general. The state's six life zones are the lower Sonoran (desert); upper Sonoran (foothill regions and some coastal lands); transition (coastal areas and moist northeastern counties); and the.
Full text of "Fauna of the Martinez Eocene of California" See other formats. The Punchbowl block, a crustal sliver between the Punchbowl and San Andreas faults (Fig. 1; e.g., Dibblee, ), contains Oligocene–Miocene strata, the older parts of which had not been thoroughly investigated prior to this r Oligocene–Miocene strata are present in the Tejon, Soledad, and Orocopia regions of southern California, which lie on different sides of the San Gabriel Author: Kevin T.
Coffey, Kevin T. Coffey, Raymond V. Ingersoll, Axel K. Schmitt, Axel K. Schmitt. A stratigraphic correlation was constructed for the Eocene Green River Formation in the area of the southeastern Uinta basin, Utah that integrated centimeter-to-decimeter scale outcrop and core measurements with 12 well logs.
Green River Formation strata from the Uteland Butte tongue to the Mahogany Marker were examined. Stratigraphic Distribution of Paleocene and Eocene Fossils in the Eastern Gulf Coast Region, Volumes Volume 13 of Monograph (Geological Survey of Alabama) Stratigraphic Distribution of Paleocene and Eocene Fossils in the Eastern Gulf Coast Region, National Science Foundation (U.S.) Author: Lyman Dorgan Toulmin: Contributor.
The Eocene is the second of five epochs in the Tertiary Period — the second of three epochs in the Paleogene — and lasted from about to million years ago.* The oldest known fossils of most of the modern orders of mammals appear in a brief period.
"Fossil mammal and other vertebrate remains from the Lomas Las Tetas de Cabra in Baja California Norte, Mexico, provide an opportunity to examine the utility of continental scale geochronologies based on land mammal faunas. Early reports proposed a late Paleocene to early Eocene age for this fauna.
In (GSA Bull., v. 29, p. 94, ) the name Tejon formaiton restricted to upper part of Tejon of previous usage, or to the beds containing a "typical Tejon fauna," the unconformably underlying beds being named Meganos group.
The USGS uses the restricted definition of Tejon formation. The Eocene age of Tejon formation has long been recognized. Stratigraphy and fauna of the Tejon Eocene of California. University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, 9: – Dockery, D. Cited by: Title: Fauna of the Martinez Eocene of California Author: Dickerson Roy E This is an exact replica of a book.
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thesis]: University of California, Santa Barbara, p. Etherington, T. / STRATIGRAPHY AND FAUNA OF THE ASTORIA MIOCENE OF SOUTHWEST WASHINGTON, University of California Publications, Vol # 5, pages 31 -plates 1Berekely,pb, - 3 - $ Stratigraphic distribution of Paleocene and Eocene fossils in the eastern gulf coast region (Monograph - Geological survey of Alabama, Geologic Division ; 13) [Toulmin, Lyman Dorgan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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The Lower–Middle Eocene units, which are approximately m thick, do not crop out in the Thrace Basin. They are unconformably bounded by the Istranca metamorphics at the base (Turgut and Eseller, ) and Upper Eocene deposits at the top (Fig.
5, Fig. 7, Fig. 8).Younger sediments, approximately m thick, overlie this sequence in the central part (Muratlı area) of the by: Nilsen, T.H.,Stratigraphy and sedimentology of the Eocene Tejon Formation, western Tehachapi and San Emigdio mountains, California: U.S.
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