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Perissodactyls of the Lower Miocene White River beds
Henry Fairfield Osborn
|Other titles||Perissodactyls of White River|
|Statement||by Henry Fairfield Osborn and J.L. Wortman.|
|Series||Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History -- v. 7, article 12|
|Contributions||Wortman, Jacob L., American Museum of Natural History.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||P. 343-375,  leaves of plates (1 folded) :|
|Number of Pages||375|
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Perissodactyls of the Lower Miocene White River beds. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 7, article By. Osborn, Henry Fairfield, Peterson, Olof August, Wortman, Jacob Lawson. Type. Book Publication info.
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Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 7(12)#; Y. Douglass. Fossil Mammalia of the White River beds of Montana. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society #; W. Matthew and W. Granger. New ungulates from the Ardyn Obo Formation of Mongolia Perissodactyls of the Lower Miocene White River beds.
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 7(12); E. Douglass. Fossil Mammalia of the White River beds of Montana. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society ; W. Matthew and W.
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Bulletin of the United States Geological SurveyPerissodactyls of the Lower Miocene White River beds. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 7, article By Henry Fairfield Osborn, Olof August Peterson and Jacob Lawson. Wortman. Publisher: OAI identifier: oai::title/ Buteo Books was founded in by Joyce and Byron Harrell in Vermillion, South Dakota.
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6, article 7. Download directly to your device’s book reader (e.g., iBooks) or drag into your e-books collection on your computer. This item appears in the following Collection(s) Niche (Horse)Niche (Horse) free download Book Details: Author: Norton Fausto Garfield Published Date: 13 Jun Publisher: Anim Publishing Language: English Format: Paperback pages ISBN ISBN File size: 15 Mb Dimension The late Oligocene – early Miocene of Florida contain Miohippus, Archaeohippus, Anchitherium, and Parahippus, equid genera that possess and define many of the character state transitions that occurred between advanced anchitheriine and primitive equine gh much previous research regarding Archaeohippus has emphasized its uniqueness, the genus is equally interesting for those Men of the old stone age.
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Osborn H. F., Wortman J. Fossil mammals of the Lower Miocene White River beds. Collection ofBulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 6 7, Hay O. (), Bibliography and Catalogue of the Fossil Vertebrata of North America. Bulletin of W.
Scott and H. Osborn. Preliminary account of the fossil mammals from the White River formation contained in the Museum of Comparative Zoology. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 13(5); H. Osborn and J. Wortman. Fossil mammals of the Lower Miocene White River beds.
Collection of Emry, Robert J. and Eshelman, Ralph E. "The Early Hemingfordian (Early Miocene) Pollack Farm local fauna: First Tertiary land mammals described from Delaware." in Geology and paleontology of the lower Miocene Pollack Farm Fossil site, Delaware, edited by Benson, R.
N., – Delaware Geological Survey Special Perissodactyls of the lower Miocene White River beds: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History: 12/23/ Mesohippus: copei: Osborn & Wortman: Perissodactyls of the lower Miocene White River beds: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History: 12/23/ Mesohippus: meteulophus: Osborn: New Osborn also produced a number of more extensive paleontological studies with other authors, including: Henry Fairfield Osborn and William Berryman Scott, “Preliminary Account of the Fossil Mammals from the White River and Loup Fork Formations, contained in the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Part II,” Bull.
M.C.Z., 20 (), 65–; idem Orcutt, John D. and Hopkins, Samantha S. Oligo-Miocene climate change and mammal body-size evolution in the northwest United States: a test of Bergmann's Rule. Paleobiology, Vol. 39, Issue. 4, p. Similarly, badland morphology studies in the vicinity of the Henry Mountains (Utah, USA) and the White River region (South Dakota, USA) found that badlands developed on the swelling, smectite-rich The core of the island is composed of Upper Oligocene–Lower Miocene Temburong Formation, overlain by Middle–Upper Miocene Belait Formation.
The Temburong formation is a flysch sequence of argillaceous rocks characterized by siltstone and shale and is known to be an argillaceous facies of the sandy West Crocker :// "from one of the lowest Protoceras channels, about feet above the base of the Poleslide member northeast of Indian Stronghold on the divide between west Big Corral Draw and Cottonwood Creek collected in by M.
Skinner, R. Mefferd, and associates"?action=displayCollectionDetails&collection_no= Get this book in print The Age of Mammals: In Europe, Asia and North America Henry genera genus geologic giant glacial grinding teeth Hipparion hippopotamus Hist horns horses hypsodont insectivores interglacial Lake Lower Miocene Lower Oligocene mammalian mammals mammoth mastodons Megalonyx Middle Miocene migration Mioc Miocene modern The Arikareean land mammal age in Texas and Florida: Southern extension of Great Plains faunas and Gulf Coastal Plain endemism.
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THE AGE OF MAMMALS Eocene (55–34 Ma), and Oligocene (34–23 Ma) Epochs, while the Neogene Period contains the Miocene (23–5 Ma), Pliocene (5– Ma), Pleistocene or “Ice Ages” ( Ma–10, years ago), and Holocene (the l years) Epochs.
These subdivisions are global and universal, no matter the Waitemata beds (Lower Miocene) of the Auckland district (Bartrum, ; ; Ballance, ), and from the Middle Miocene of Kaiti Beach, Gisborne (Ghent and Henderson, ). ZoOPHYCOS Thomson (, p.fig. 5) described and figured the Amuri "fucoid" from the Amberley Limestone (Whaingaroan: Lower Oligocene) of the Comparative osteology of early Tertiary tapiromorphs (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) Jepsen GL, eds.
The mammalian fauna of the White River ctions of the American Philosophical Society, 28 (), pp. JL WortmanSpecies ofHyracotherium and allied perissodactyls from the Wahsatch and Wind River beds of North America American Museum of Natural History, - Natural history 0 Reviews Comprises articles on geology, paleontology, mammalogy, ornithology, entomology and :// Cope, E.
/ THE VERTEBRATA OF THE TERTIARY FORMATIONS OF THE WEST, Report of the United States Geological Survey of the West,Volume III - Tertiary Vertebrata, two volume set, recent cloth - reprint, text bound into volume 1, plates bound into volume 2, cl, pages, 38 woodcuts, plates, covers Eocene vertebrate fauna of Osborn, Henry Fairfield, Osborn, Henry Fairfield Henry Fairfield Osborn VIAF ID: (Personal) Permalink: tion (upper Oligocene-lower Miocene) of Oregon.
Scott () also failed to mention Tanyops undans in his monograph on the perissodactyls of the White River Oligocene. Indeed, to my knowledge, since its description, Tanyops has only been mentioned twice in the literature.
Schlaikjer () based his brief discussion Book April The outcrop section of carbonates is of Eocene beds overlain by conformable Miocene beds. The excavation of the slope bordering the outcrop uncovered a bedrock section of an The lower course of the Dolores River also swings in a wide arc around the north side of the La Sal Mountains (fig.
54). San Juan River and the Colorado River, near their junction, swing with the strike of the formations around the northwest side of Navajo Mountain (fig. 29) The Charleston Embayment is filled with a series of tabular to lenticular mid–late Cenozoic sedimentary units that pinch and swell parallel to the coastline and typically terminate up-dip in an onlap geometry (Weems et al., ).Fossiliferous marine strata underlying the Charleston region include the Lower Oligocene Ashley Formation, Upper Oligocene Chandler Bridge Formation, Lower Miocene Green and Yampa Rivers.
Green River did not join the Colorado River system until after the Miocene (?) Browns Park Formation was deposited. The river entered Browns Park valley at the north foot of the Uinta Mountains after the uppermost beds of the Browns Park Formation there had been deposited and supposedly the river continued eastward, but where it went is Comparative osteology of early Tertiary tapiromorphs (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) LUKE T.
HOLBROOK. Comparative osteology of early Tertiary tapiromorphs (Mammalia, Perissodactyla), Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, Volume Species of Hyracotherium and allied perissodactyls from the Wahsatch and Wind River beds of North :// Metamynodon, extinct genus of amynodont perissodactyls that lived from the Eocene to the early Miocene epoch.
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Handbook to the Primates/Extinct Lemuroidea. then lived in Europe in the Lower Eocene period. In the higher beds of the same epoch (to which the fresh-water deposits of the London clay of England, the Plastic clay of France, and the prolific Wasatch beds of Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado of America belong) undoubted Lemurs are represented by The contrast between the Uinta and White River in this respect is very marked.
The Upper part of the interior Oligocene is the John Day, which covers a large part of eastern Oregon, and a small area in central Montana.
The Oregon beds are a very thick mass ( feet) of stratified volcanic ash and tuff, with some fresh-water beds at the ://By: Matthew, William Diller, - Mook, Charles Craig, - Roper, S. ://