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lower Eocene Knight formation of western Wyoming and its mammalian faunas

C. Lewis Gazin

lower Eocene Knight formation of western Wyoming and its mammalian faunas

by C. Lewis Gazin

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Published by Smithsonian Institution in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mammals, Fossil -- Wyoming,
  • Paleontology -- Eocene.,
  • Paleontology -- Wyoming.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby C. Lewis Gazin.
    SeriesSmithsonian miscellaneous collections -- v. 117 ; -- no. 18, Publication -- 4097, Publication (Smithsonian Institution) -- 4097.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination82 p., 11 p. of plates :
    Number of Pages82
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19202605M

      - Geological Society of America Special Paper ming. Part Palaeanodonta (Mammalia). - Annals of , Boulder. Carnegie Museum , Pittsburgh. GAZlN, C.L. The lower Eocene Knight Formation of SCHOCH, R.M. Revision of Metacheiromys WORTMAN, western Wyoming and its mammalian faunas. Species Authority Type locality Status and notes †Viverravus gracilis: O. C. Marsh, Grizzly Buttes, Bridger Formation (Wyoming, USA): Type species. Synonyms: Didymictis dawkinsianus Cope , Harpalodon vulpinus Marsh , Triacodon fallax Marsh , Ziphacodon rugatus Marsh †Viverravus nitidus †Viverravus minutus Wortman †Viverravus sicarius.

    The Paleocene-Eocene transition in North American land-mammal faunas is well documented on the south side of Polecat Bench and in surrounding badlands of north-western Wyoming. Here a rich fossil record is known from a stratigraphic section with an established geomagnetic polarity time scale and medium- to high-resolution car-. Gazin, C. L. The lower Eocene Knight Formation of western Wyoming and its mammalian faunas. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections – Gromova, V. [About a new family (Tshelkariidae) of primitive carnivores (Creodonta) from the Oligocene of Asia]. Proceedings of the Paleontological Institute – (In Russian)

    An extensive earliest Eocene mammalian fauna is described from the PETM interval of Sand Creek Divide, about 17 km northeast of Worland, Wyoming. The assemblage, consisting of more than specimens representing 56 species, was collected over the last decade by surface prospecting, screen-washing, and limited excavation. Gazin, C. L., , The lower Eocene Knight formation of western Wyom­ ing and its mammalian faunas, Smithsonian Misc. Coll. v. no. 18 p. Granger, Walter, , A revision of the lower Eocene Wasatch and Wind River faunas, part III, Order Condylarthra, Families Phenacodontidae.


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Lower Eocene Knight formation of western Wyoming and its mammalian faunas by C. Lewis Gazin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lower Eocene Knight formation of western Wyoming and its mammalian faunas (with 11 plates). Washington: Smithsonian Institution, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: C Lewis Gazin; Smithsonian.

THE LOWER EOCENE KNIGHT FORMATION OF WESTERN WYOMING AND ITS MAMMALIAN FAUNAS. VolumePage 1 If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter the title and author information. Example: Birds, Classification, Mammals. Contributed by Smithsonian Libraries.

The lower Eocene Knight Formation of western Wyoming and its mammalian faunas. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections,1– Gingerich, P. ().Cited by: 2. Mammalian Fauna from the Lower Bridger Formation (Bridger A, Early Middle Eocene) of the Southern Green River Basin, Wyoming Article (PDF Available) September with Reads How we.

The lower Eocene Knight Formation of western Wyoming ands its mammalian faunas. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, (18): 82 p. Gingerich, P. Cited by: Wyoming and its mammalian fauna. Gazin, C. A further study of the lower Eocene mammalian faunas.

of southwestern Wyoming. The lower Eocene Knight Formation of western Wyoming. impact on mammalian faunas of the interior of North America, at Ma (2), 53–50 Ma, and 50–47 Ma, respectively (Fig. Global ocean temperature, U.S.

western interior mean annual temperature (MAT), mean annual precipitation (MAP) and North American mammalian diversity are shown in Fig. Fig. en ' ^ «=2 [33 o3o FIELDIANA Geology Published by Field Museum of Natural History Vol No.

30 Febru This volume is dedicated to Dr. Rainer Zangerl The Mammalian Faunas of the Washakie Formation, Eocene Age, of Southern Wyoming Part I Introduction: The Geology, History, and Setting William D.

Turnbull Curator, Fossil Mammals. Upper Paleocene and Lower Eocene Fossil Mammal and Plant Localities of the Fort Union, Willwood, and Tatman Formations, Southern Bighorn Basin, Wyoming By Thomas M. Bown, Kenneth D. Rose1, Elwyn L.

Simons2, and Scott L. Wing3 ABSTRACT The fossil mammals of the lower Eocene part of the Willwood Formation in the southern Bighorn Basin of north­. C.L. GazinThe lower Eocene Knight Formation of western Wyoming and its mammalian faunas.

Smithson Misc. Coll., (), pp. Google Scholar. C.L. GazinA further study of the lower Eocene mammalian faunas of southwestern Wyoming.

Smithson Misc. Coll., (), pp. R.K. StuckyRevision of the Wind River faunas, early. Paris, Editions de la Fondation Singer- Polignac. pp., figs. pis. GAZIN, C. The Lower Eocene Knight Formation of western Wyoming and its mammalian faunas. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections figs.pis.

A further study of the Lower Eocene mammalian faunas of southwestern Wyoming. The lower Eocene Knight formation of western Wyoming and its mammalian faunas: 22 THE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA Printed in U.S.A. on Recycled Paper 9/ Gazin, C.

L., b, Early Eocene mammalian faunas and their environment in the vicinity of the Rock Springs Uplift, Wyoming, in: Wyoming Geol. Assoc. Guidebook, 19 th Field Conf., Sedimentation of Late Cretaceous and Tertiary outcrops, Rock Springs Uplift, pp. – Google Scholar.

LES DIDELPHIDt S PALtEOGENES HISTORIQUE ET TENDANCES HOLARCTIQUES t VOLUTIVES par JEAN-YVES CROCHET " R~suM~ La red6finition r4cente (Crochet, ).des gen- res de didelphid4s hol, tertiaires a n4ces- s'it4 ue des donn4es fondamentales concernant cette famille (diagnose du genre Pera- theriu'm par Aymard et inventaire des formes des Cedar Creek.

The lower Eocene Knight Formation of western Wyoming and its mammalian faunas: Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections: Plast: Ageitodendron: matthewi: Gunnell: New notharctine (primates, adapiforms) skull from the Uintan (middle Eocene) of San Diego County, California: American Journal of Physical Anthropology: That the mammalian fauna appears comparable to Chadronian faunas of Montana, Nebraska, Wyoming, Saskatchewan, and northeastern Colorado corroborates paleobotanical evidence for a northern biotic province during late Eocene time (Worley-Georg and Eberle, ).

Alternative combinations: Herpetotherium chesteri, Peratherium chesteri Full reference: C. Gazin. The Lower Eocene Knight Formation Of Western Wyoming and Its Mammalian Faunas. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections (18) Belongs to Peradectes according to L. Krishtalka and R. Stucky See also Gazin and Gingerich Sister taxa: Peradectes austrinum.

Beard, K. C., Krishtalka, L., and Stucky, R. Revision of the Wind River faunas, early Eocene of central Wyoming. Part New species of omomyid primates. The lower Eocene Knight Formation of western Wyoming and its mammalian faunas: Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections: Plast: Viverravus: gracilis: Marsh: Preliminary description of new Tertiary mammals: American Journal of Science, 3rd series: Viverravus: Marsh: Preliminary description of new Tertiary mammals.

of fossil mammals of the Lysite member of the Wind River formation (upper lower Eocene) of Wyoming is available at the Am-herst College Museum. This material con-sists of three collections, made by Loomis inWood in and Kelley intotaling identifiable mammal specimens. That of Kelley is the largest, containing about.

A first find of a mesonychid in the Eocene of the Soviet Union [Russian with English summary]. Soobshcheniya Akademii Nauk Gruzinskoi SSR [Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of the Georgian SSR], Gazin, C. L. The lower Eocene Knight Formation of western Wyoming and its mammalian fauna.Pentapassalus (Пентапасалус — „петоструки клин”) је изумрли род плацентални сисара из изумрле породице Epoicotheriidae, који је у периоду од раног до средњег Еоцена настањивао подручје Сјеверне Америке.Gazin, C.

L. The lower Eocene Knight formation of western Wyoming and its mam-malian faunas. Smithson. Misc. Coll. (18): Robinson, Peter. Fused cervical vertebrae from the Bridger formation (Eocene) of Wy-oming.

Univ. Colorado Studies. Series in Geology Simpson, G. G. A North American Oligo-cene edentate.