2 edition of Ordovician paleontology of the northern Hudson Bay lowland. found in the catalog.
Ordovician paleontology of the northern Hudson Bay lowland.
Samuel J. Nelson
Bibliography: p. 107-110.
|LC Classifications||QE727 .N4|
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|Pagination||x, 152 p.|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||63020182|
PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) Citing articles; Late Ordovician brachiopods Rafinesquina lata Whiteaves, and Kjaerina hartae from southern Manitoba and the Hudson Bay Lowlands. Jisuo Jin,, W. G. E. Caldwell, and, B. S. NorfordCited by: 5. Ordovician and Silurian Rocks and Fossils of the Southern Georgian Bay Area, Ontario. Canadian Paleontology Conference, Field Trip Guidebook No. 7. Geological Association of Canada – Paleontology Division. 38p., 9 pl. Rudkin, D.M. and J. Waddington (Editors) Canadian Paleontology Conference, Program and Abstracts No. 8.
Paleontology and geology. During the Early Ordovician, the rocks formed in New York were predominantly limestone and dolostone. Later, as sea level dropped, these sedimentary rocks were subjected to intense the end of the Ordovician, volcanic islands formed along a subduction zone between North America and Western Europe. The islands collided with North . The Ordovician period is the second of the six (seven in North America) periods of the Paleozoic era. It follows the Cambrian period and is followed by the Silurian period. The Ordovician, named after the Welsh tribe of the Ordovices, was defined by Charles Lapworth in , to resolve a dispute between followers of Adam Sedgwick and Roderick Murchison, who were placing the same rock beds in.
“Jens Munk Archipelago” is a name here given to an elongate, low, rounded, arcuate inlier of the Precambrian Churchill Quartzite in the Churchill area, Hudson Bay Lowland, northern Manitoba. This cluster of monadnocks first was identified clearly by Sanford and Norris and Sanford in their basement contour maps. Bordered by the Hudson Bay on the north, the monadnocks protrude through largely Cited by: Nicolas, M.P.N. and Lavoie, D. Oil shale and reservoir rocks of the Hudson Bay Lowland, northeastern Manitoba (part of NTS 54); in Report of Activities , Manitoba Innovation, Energy and.
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Ordovician Paleontology of the Northern Hudson Bay Lowland,Memoir,5 figures, 1 table, 37 plates. Paperback – January 1, by S.
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The Ordovician to Silurian succession in northeastern Manitoba and northern Ontario, present in the Hudson Bay Lowland and Moose River Basin, is for the first time integrated in a single. Report on 38 Ordovician conodont samples from drill core of the Bad Cache Rapids Formation, Boas River Formation, and Churchill River Group in the Hudson Bay Lowlands (Clendenning River Map Sheet, Winisk River area), northern Ontario submitted by B.V.
Sanford (GSC-LCSD) and A.C. Grant (GSC-AGC) (NTS 43L/6, 43L/12).Cited by: 3. The Late Ordovician fauna of the northern Hudson Bay Lowland, Manitoba, Canada, consisting of three stromatoporoid species (1 new), 41 coral (11 new and 2 new genera), 8 gastropod (1 new), The fossils at William Lake are million years old, dating from the Ordovician Period of geological time.
They represent creatures that lived along a tropical shore when Manitoba straddled the equator. The remarkable preservation resulted from low oxygen and high salt levels in lagoons. He is Professor of Palaeontology in Earth Sciences, Principal of Van Mildert College, and Deputy Head of Colleges in Durham University.
Alan W. Owen is the editor of The Palaeontological Association Field Guide to Fossils, Number 7, Fossils of the Upper Ordovician, published by : Paperback. A diverse, well-preserved assemblage of nautiloid cephalopods was collected from the Treptoceras duseri shale, a m-thick claystone within the Waynesville Formation (Late Ordovician, early Richmondian) exposed in southwest Ohio.
The strata, the enclosed fauna, and its taphonomy indicate deposition in a low-energy, mud-bottom marine environment, in water depths of 20–25 m, Cited by: Figure 1: Hudson Bay Lowland in northeastern Manitoba, showing the location of cores available; insert is the project areas for the GEM Hudson Bay and Foxe Basins Project.
Figure 7: (a) Oil shale beds within the Red Head Rapids Formation, northern Hudson Bay, Cape Donovan, Southampton Island, Nunavut; (b) close up of bed in (a).
From Portage Chute to Bad Cache Rapids, the entire riverbed is an unconformity. Portage Chute represents the beginning of Ordovician geology for this part of the Hudson Bay Lowland. South and west of here, everything is Precambrian for hundreds to thousands of kilometres.
Ordovician paleontology of the northern Hudson Bay Lowland. Get this from a library. Ordovician stratigraphy of northern Hudson Bay lowland, Manitoba. [Samuel J Nelson]. The concept of the Ordovician gastropod genus Maclurites Le Sueur,at present includes much variation.
Maclurina Ulrich in Ulrich and Scofield,is removed as a subjective synonym of Maclurites and reestablished as a separate genus.
Species of Maclurites with spiral grooves on the outer whorl surface and a relatively small umbilicus are transferred to by: Nelson, S.
Ordovician Paleontology of the Northern Hudson Bay Lowland. Geological Society of America,Memoir,5 figures, 1 table, 37 plates. Cloth bound, minor signs of use and age, text in very good condition. Nicolas, M.P.N. and Lavoie, D. Oil shale and reservoir rocks of the Hudson Bay Lowland, northeastern Manitoba (part of NTS 54); in Report of ActivitiesManitoba Innovation, Energy and Mines, Manitoba Geological Survey, p.
– Summary The Hudson Bay and Foxe Basins Project is in its fourth and final year.The Ordovician to Silurian succession in northeastern Manitoba and northern Ontario, present in the Hudson Bay Lowland and Moose River Basin, is for the first time integrated in .Late Ordovician brachiopods and biostratigraphy of the Hudson Bay Lowlands, northern Manitoba and Ontario.
Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin Jin, J. and Zhan, R-B.