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Smaller foraminifera of late eocene age from Eua, Tonga

Todd, Ruth

Smaller foraminifera of late eocene age from Eua, Tonga

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Published by U.S. Government Printing Office in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Foraminifera, Fossil.,
  • Paleontology -- Eocene.,
  • Paleontology -- Tonga -- "Eua Island.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ruth Todd.
    SeriesU.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 640-A, Late Eocene fossils from Eua, Tonga
    ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 49 p. :
    Number of Pages49
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20566493M

    Foraminifera from the Pierre Shale (Upper Cretaceous) at Red Bird, Wyoming, , Professional Paper C Ostracoda of Late Eocene Age from Eua, Tonga, , Professional Paper D Hydrology of two small river basins in Pennsylvania before urbanization, with a section on observation of stream fauna, , Professional Paper A. Pre‐late Eocene basalt and uralitized gabbro on Eua Island at the southeast end of the group may represent uplifted pre‐arc sea floor. These rocks are high in Al 2 O 3 and are especially poor in K 2 O. The variation in K 2 O and total alkalies across the Tonga arc is similar to that observed in other circum‐Pacific island arcs. The. In many ways, the book is an extension of Papanikolaou's early work Being with. Read/Download File Report Abuse. Download now - Fordham University Orthodox Christianity and. Contemporary Thought. SERIES EDITORS. George E. Demacopoulos and Aristotle Papanikolaou. This series consists of books that.


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Smaller foraminifera of late eocene age from Eua, Tonga by Todd, Ruth Download PDF EPUB FB2

Smaller foraminifera of late Eocene age from Eua, Tonga (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ruth Todd; Geological Survey (U.S.).

LARGER FORAMINIFERA OF LATE EOCENE AGE FROM EUA, TONGA By W. STORES COLE ABSTRACT Eight species of larger Foraminifera characteristic of the Tertiary b (upper Eocene) stage of the Indo-Pacific region were recovered from a sample collected at an elevation of feet about one-quarter mile north of Vaingana, Eua, by: 8.

Get this from a library. Smaller foraminifera of late Eocene age from Eua, Tonga. [Ruth Todd; M N Bramlette; Smaller foraminifera of late eocene age from Eua Survey (U.S.),] -- Additional title page description: With summary statements on Calcareous nannoplankton, by M.N.

Bramlette; Crinoids and echinoids, by Porter M. Kiers; Decapod crustaceous, by Henry B. Roberts; Shark. Get this from a library.

Larger foraminifera of late Eocene age from Eua, Tonga. [W Storrs Cole; Geological Survey (U.S.),] -- Additional title page description: Study of eight species characteristic of upper Eocene (Tertiary b) stage. SMALLER FORAMINIFERA OF LATE EOCENE AGE FROM EUA, TONGA By RUTH TODD ABSTRACT A predominantly planktonic fauna of smaller Foraminifera contains 16 planktonic species and 65 benthonic ones.

One plank- tonic and nine benthonic species are described as new. Age of the deposit is late Eocene, probably in the lower part of the Globi-Cited by: 1. Larger foraminifera of late Eocene age from Eua, Tonga (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Smaller foraminifera of late eocene age from Eua File: All Authors / Contributors: W.

LATE EOCENE FOSSILS FROM EUA, TONGA OSTRAGODA OF LATE EOCENE AGE FROM EUA, TONGA By JOSEPH E. HAZEL and JOHN C. HOLDEN l ABSTRACT Thirty-one species of late Eocene ostracodes were found in a tuffaceous limestone on the island of Eua, Tonga. Of these, 10 species account for 80 percent of the specimens by: The LAD of Discocyclina and other larger benthic foraminifera including a number of species of Nummulites in Tanzania occurs between and mcd, shortly postdating the Eocene/Oligocene.

Larger Foraminifera of Late Eocene age from Eua, Tonga. Study of eight species characteristic of upper Eocene (Tertiary b) stage. 17 p., 5 pls, wrps; PI € 6 Collier, F.J., Eocene to Miocene biostratigraphy of New Jersey Core ACGS #4: Implications for regional stratigraphy.

U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin. gs Poore, R. & Matthews, R. Oxygen isotope ranking of late Eocene and Oligocene planktonic foraminifers: implications for Oligocene sea-surface temperatures and global ice-volume. faces the Tonga Trench. In addition, Eua is the oldest island in the Tonga group that has a plutonic core (Guest, ) and a series of associated volcanic rocks, which are partly blanketed by thick limestones of late Eocene age.

Younger volcanic rocks and sediments of late Tertiary age are also present (Hoffmeister, ). Condition: Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers.

In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN: Seller Inventory # Smaller foraminifera of late Eocene age from Eua, Tonga Professional Paper A By: Ruth Todd.

Larger Foraminifera of Late Eocene Age from Eua, Tonga: Usgs Professional Paper B [Cole, W. S.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Larger Foraminifera of Late Eocene Age from Eua, Tonga: Usgs Professional Paper BAuthor: W. Cole. Author of The Genera Miscellanea and Pellatospirella, Structure and classification of some recent and fossil peneroplids, Eocene and Oligocene larger Foraminifera from the Panama Canal Zone and vicinity, Conflicting age determinations suggested by Foraminifera on Yap, Caroline Islands, Additional data on New Zealand Asterocyclina (Foraminifera), Larger foraminifera of late Eocene age from Eua.

The related late Eocene genus Grzybowskia, which is only found in the Far East at high latitudes, on Christmas Island (to the south in Eocene times)and Bonin [Ogasawara] Islands in the north (Lunt.

The boundary between Middle and Late Eocene is recognized by the appearance of Nummulites fabianii and Spiroclypeus. Larger Foraminifera of Late. Eocene Age from Eua, Tonga. Geological. Planktonic and small benthic foraminifera are also present but fewer in number. a Middle Eocene to Early Late Eocene age has been assigned to the Prang Limestone.

Italy, Pakistan, India. The abundance of small miliolids and common geniculate coralline algae, green algae and small benthic foraminifera (textulariids, rotaliids) indicates mesotrophic conditions in a low energy.

The first identification of Biplanispira in Armenia is of great interest due to the rarity of this genus outside of the Indo-Pacific bioprovince.

In the Western Tethys, it had been recorded only from Spain. In the Urtsadzor section of Southwest Armenia, matrix-free specimens of pellatispirids are abundant, allowing a detailed study of their morphology. The aim of this work is therefore the. Smaller foraminifera of late Eocene age from Eua, Tonga,Professional Paper A Urbanization and its effect on the temperature of the streams on Long Island, New York,Professional Paper D.

Kozur, H. - Biostratigraphie der germanischen Mitteltrias Teil I, II & Anlagen. [3 vols.] - Freiburger Forschungshefte Paläont.C; 56+71 pp., with 12 fold. tables in separate folder. Orig. wrps., 4to. € 16, Kozur, H.W - Some aspects of the Permian–Triassic boundary (PTB) and of the possible causes for the biotic crisis around this boundary.

- Smaller Foraminifera from Guam: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper p. pis. (andD.) Recent Foraminifera from the Gulf of Alaska and southeastern Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper A, p. pis. Smaller Foraminifera of late Eocene age from Eua. Tonga: U.S. Geological Survey.

The Middle-Late Eocene fauna of Kirthar Formation in western Sulaiman Fold-Thrust Belt has yielded rich and diverse larger benthonic foraminiferal assemblages. These assemblages include stratigraphically important taxa suggesting late Middle Eocene to Late Eocene (SBZ SBZ 20).

The region here considered lies between Antarctica in the south and the Tonga Islands in the north, and extends roughly along the th meridian (Fig. The continental margins referred to border the Pacific basin proper; marginal oceanic areas like the Tasman and South Fiji basins are excluded.

The latter are of Middle–Late Eocene (E10–E15) age. Thin section contains some simple, large agglutinated benthic foraminifera (Rhizammina / Hyperammina). The benthic foraminifera in DR2E and DR2H are similar, suggesting that the material is.

Ostracoda of the Late Eocene Age From Eua, Tonga. 11 p., 5 pls, 4to, wrps € Herrig, E., Mikroostrakoden (Cytheracea) des Ober-Maastrichtium aus dem Ostsee-Raum (Danisch-Polnische Furche).

29 p., 5 pls, 4to, wrps € Leopold, E.B. Stories from the Leopold Shack. New York: Oxford University Press. Zaborac-Reed, S.J., and Leopold, E.B. Determining the. spines (fig. 1), one very small spine is discernible under high magnification.

The eyes are long and thickened at both extremities. The antennulae and the antennae conform very well with the earlier descriptions; the antennal scale is lanceolate (fig.

The mouth parts and the pereopods also conform with the earlier descriptions. The Hekimhan Basin (~ km 2) is located within the Tauride Mountains in central eastern Turkey ~ 80 km north of the city of Malatya (Fig. 1a). The setting of the Hekimhan Basin in relation to the suture zones making up Turkey is shown in Fig.

The basin, as defined here, is made up of sedimentary and igneous rocks of latest Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) to Late Eocene age, although. The UB5 unconformity, seismic unit U5 in the Reinga Basin, and unconformity UB4 must all be younger than the youngest strata within seismic unit U4, which is Middle or Late Eocene, based on the age ranges of foraminifera (42–35 Ma).

A Late Eocene hiatus has been identified in the Waka Nui-1 well between and Ma at m (Milne and. Sepkoski, Jr. () A compendium of fossil marine animal genera, Bulletins of American PaleontologyCole W.

() Larger Foraminifera of Late Eocene Age From Eua, Tonga, US Geological Survey Professional Paper B,   Early to Middle Eocene (– Ma) and Late Pliocene (– Ma) planktic foraminifera from the breccias provide age constraints on the volcanism.

These new samples add to the small but growing collection of compositionally extreme lavas from Zealandia, which result from low-percentage mantle melting beneath stretched and submerged. Henry's interest in science and museums began relatively late in his career.

In August he took a position with Philco Radio and Television Corporation assisting in shipping and inventory. He joined the United States Navy as a yeoman 3rd class in Augustand received a medical discharge in November of the same year.

Both biostratigraphic dating of the limestone and K–Ar dating of leucogabbro found as river float ( ± Ma) indicates that this unit is late Eocene to early Miocene in age (Pieters et al.,Pieters et al., ; Bladon, ).

Tertiary larger Foraminifera from Guam. United States Geological Survey Professional Paper, E Cole, W.S. Larger Foraminifera of Late Eocene age from Eua, Tonga. United States Geological Survey Professional Paper, B Cole, W.S., and Bridges, J.

Geology and larger Foraminifera of Saipan Island. Leopold, E.B. Book review of Etudes Palynologiques dans le Bassin du Tchad et Paleoclimatique de l'Afrique Nord-Tropicale de 30, Ans a l'Epoque Actuelle, by J.

Maley. Quat. Res. 17(3), Leopold, E.B. and Nickmann, R. Late Miocene pollen profiles from the Hanford Reservation, Eastern Washington.

Mimeo. Interbedded marls contain Middle Eocene planktonic/benthic foraminifera and calcareous nannofossils.

Sandstones include abundant ophiolite-derived grains. The higher levels are chaotic debris-flow deposits that include exotic blocks of Late Palaeozoic – Mesozoic neritic. Small Business Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act of report of the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, with minority views to accompany S.

to amend chapter 6 of title 5, United States Code (commonly known as the "Regulatory Flexibility Act") to insure complete analysis of potential. Orig. wrps., small libr.

stamp, backwrapper a bit soiled, contents very good. € 15 Rawson, P.F. et al. - Proceedings Second International Symposium on Cretaceous Stage Boundaries, Brussels September. Qing Tang et al. - Late Mesoproterozoic – early Neoproterozoic organic-walled microfossils from the Madhubani Group of the Ganga Valley, northern India.

- Palaeontology ; pp. –, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.Phase 1 involves extension that led to deposition of U1 within the grabens created by normal faults.

Phase 2 is characterized by passive subsidence and burial of extensional structures by seismic units U2, U3, and U4. A Late Cretaceous age is proposed for Phase 1, and a Late Cretaceous to late Eocene age for Phase 2 is inferred from well ties.Overall, the section spans deposition from the late early Eocene through late middle Eocene, or late Mangaorapan through Bortonian in New Zealand stage terminology (Raine et al., ), which correspond to the ~51–39 Ma age interval (Figure 4).

Between the base of the section and 50 m, the nannofossil content is particularly sparse (Figure 4).