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Cretaceous actaeonellid gastropods from the Western Hemisphere. by N.F. Sohl and H.A. Kollmann.

Cretaceous actaeonellid gastropods from the Western Hemisphere. by N.F. Sohl and H.A. Kollmann.

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior in Washington .
Written in English


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ContributionsKollmann, H.A.
The Physical Object
Pagination104 p.
Number of Pages104
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Open LibraryOL22016813M

  The gastropods, the "belly-footed" mollusks, are the most varied and abundant of the mol-luskan classes group includes the snails and slugs, forms both with and without a calcareous shell. During a history spanning the entire Phanerozoic, gastropods evolved creeping, floating and swimming strategies together with grazing, predatory and parasitic . Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Invertebrates, Fossil -- United States. Paleontology -- United States. Invertebrates, Fossil. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items.

The meteorite impact theory for the Cretaceous mass extinction is based on a) the immediate demise of the dinosaur b) the upsurge in insect populations in the Cenozoic c) the presence of an iridium-bearing clay layer at the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary d) the survival of most marine invertebrates e) A and C. The Western Interior Seaway of North America During the Late Cretaceous much of west-central North America was covered by an epicontinental sea: the Western Interior Seaway (WIS). The WIS was created by the flooding of a large, relatively shallow foreland basin formed by isostatic loading associated with the Sevier Orogeny to the west.

Cretaceous gastropods. A further contribution came from QUINTERO & REVILLA () who added new gastropods, bivalves and crinoids to the list of fossils. While these early workers considered the sediments Maastrichtian, ROSELL et al. () determined their age to be mid-Campanian. Further gastropods were described by CALZADA (). The latest. A Af Am Ao At B Be Bl Br C Ce Ci Co Cr Cu D De Di Do E Em Et F Fi Fo Fu G Gl Gr H Hi I In Io J K Kl L Le Lo M Mai Mari Mc Mi Mo Mu N Ni O Om P Pe Ph Pl Pr Pu Q R Re Ri Ro Ru S Sc Se Si Sp St Su T Te Th Tr Tu U V Ve Vi W X-zzz. Species beginning with Ao aola, Turbonilla (1) aomoriensis, Boreotrophon (3) aomoriensis, Splendrillia (1).


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Cretaceous actaeonellid gastropods from the Western Hemisphere. by N.F. Sohl and H.A. Kollmann Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sohl and H. Kollmann. Cretaceous Actaeonellid Gastropods from the Western Hemisphere. United States Geological Survey Professional Paper ; A. Torre. Notas sobre rudistas [Notes about rudists]. Memorias de la Sociedad Cubana de Historia Natural 25(1)Coordinates: 22°12′N 79°48′W / °N.

Sogdianella is known from Albian to Upper Cretaceous deposits of Central Europe, Middle East and Transcaucasia (Kollmann and Sohl, ). In the western hemisphere, it is known from Albian deposits of Cuba, Peru and Brazil (Sohl and Kollmann, ), the early Cenomanian of Oregon, USA (Squires and Saul, ), and the early Maastrichtian of Cited by: 1.

Sohl and H. Kollmann. Cretaceous Actaeonellid Gastropods from the Western Hemisphere. United States Geological Survey Professional Paper Cretaceous Actaeonellid Gastropods from de Western Hemisphere. Geological Survey. Profesional Papers,pp., 23 pis.

N.F. Sohl; H.A. Kollmann; tracts in the Western Hemisphere. New early Late Cretaceous (Cenomanian) mollusks from Oregon - Volume 76 Issue 1 - Richard L. Squires, Louella R. SaulCited by: 1. The Kensington Limestone of the Sunderland Inlier is considered to be the same age as the Jerusalem Mountain Limestone of the Jerusalem Mountain Inlier (Mitchell, ), the latter yielding the gastropods M.

palmeri and M. teaensis (Sohl and Kollmann, ) and having strontium isotope ratios in pristine calcite from rudist bivalves indicating. Kollmann H.A. () Distribution of gastropods within the Cretaceous Tethyan realm. In: Kollmann H.A., Zapfe H. (eds) New Aspects on Tethyan Cretaceous Fossil Assemblages.

Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften Schriftenreihe der Erdwissenschaftlichen Kommissionen, vol 9. Cretaceous Actaeonellid Gastropods from the Western Hemisphere.

Geological Survey Professional Paper Washingto n, U nited S tates Government Printing Office. Cretaceous Fossil Gallery - Gastropods (snails) Mollusca, Gastropoda (Phylum, Class) Red text = needs information.

Fossil identification by Jo Cox unless otherwise noted ***** Caenogastropoda, Cerithioidea (Order, Superfamily) Cerithiinae (Subfamily) Cerithium bosquense. Period: lower. Das Wiener Naturhistorische Museum ist eines der bedeutenden naturwissenschaftlichen Museen der Welt.

Seine frühesten Sammlungen sind über Jahre alt. Heute werden 25 Millionen Objekte wissenschaftlich betreut. New Late Cretaceous gastropods from the Pacific slope of North America - Volume 75 Issue 1 - Richard L.

Squires, Louella R. Saul The nododelphinulid Trochacanthus pacificus new species is the first record of this genus in the Western Hemisphere, Sohl, N. Archeogastropoda, Mesogastropoda and stratigraphy of the Ripley, Owl Creek.

Trace fossil distribution patterns in Cretaceous facies of the Western Interior Basin, North America. [In:] W.G.E. Caldwell & E.G. Kauffman (Eds): Evolution of the Western Interior Basin: Geological Association of Canada, Special Pap – Tectibranchia) of the Cenomanian in the Bohemian Cretaceous Sea Basin VáclavZIEGLER SOHL and KOLLMANN: Cretaceous Actaeonellid Gastropods from the Western Hemisphere, p.

76 Tabule I. Fig. Trochactaeon briarti GEINITZ - Zibohlavy - svrchní cenoman. Geologická sbírka V. Zieglera, Pečky.

Abstract. In this paper are discussed 61 species and 48 genera, belonging to Polyplacophora, Merismoconchia, Monoplacophora, Gastropoda, Bivalvia and Rostroconchia, with emphasis laid on their first radiation.

Sohl. N F. and Kollmann. H A. Cretaceous Actaeonellid Gastropods from the Western Hemisphere: US Geological Survev Profes- sional paper Voickmann. R P.

C'pper Cretaceous stratig- raphy of southAest Puerto Rico. in Strati- graphic notes US Geological Survey Bulletin pp. AA83_ Van Dommelen. H Ontogenetic. phyloge. NEW CRETACEOU GASTROPODS A FROM CALIFORNIA by L R.

SAU L AM R/. SQUIRE S ABSTRACT. TWO gener oaf subtropica to tropicall nearshore-marin, nerineie gastropodsd Aphanoptyxis, and Nerinella, ar recognizee fod thr e firs timt e i n the Cretaceou osf California A listin.

ogf Cretaceou nerineis d species from between Britis Columbih ana d Baja California, a. Sohl. N F. and Kollmann. H A. Cretaceous Actaeonellid Gastropods from the Western Hemisphere: US Geological Survey Profes- saonal Pavrr Volckmann.

R P. Upper Cretaceous stratig- raphy of southuest Puerto Rico. 'n Strati- graphic notes US Geological Survey Bulletin pp. AAS3. Van Dornmelen. H " Ontogenetic. phyloge. During the Cretaceous Period, gastropod faunas show considerable differences in their evolution between the Tethyan Realm (tropical) and the Temperate Realms to the north and south.

Like Holocene faunas, prosobranch, gastropods constitute the dominant part of Cretaceous marine snail faunas. Entomotaeneata and opisthobranchs usually form all of the. CRETACEOUS GASTROPODS: CONTRASTS BETWEEN TETHYS AND THE TEMPERATE PROVINCES NORMAN F.

SOHL U.S. Geological Survey, Washington, D.C. ABSTRACT--During the Cretaceous Period, gastropod faunas show considerable differences in their evolution between the Tethyan Realm (tropical) and the Temperate Realms to the north and. Packard, E.L., A qualitative analysis of the Molluscan fauna of San Francisco Bay.

38 p., 6 figs, 2 pls, wrps; MM € 8. Cretaceous Period - Cretaceous Period - Terrestrial life: Although the fossil record is irregular in quality and quantity for the Early Cretaceous, it is obvious that dinosaurs continued their lengthy dominance of the land.

The Late Cretaceous record is much more complete, particularly in the case of North America and Asia. It is known, for instance, that during the Late Cretaceous .(A) Western Hemisphere Cretaceous Itieriidae gastropods / by H.A. Kollmann, and N.F. Sohl --(B) Ostracode biostratigraphy of Pliocene and Pleistocene deposits of the Cape Fear Arch Region, North and South Carolina / by T.M.

Cronin and J.E. Hazel, J. E. --(C) Miocene mollusks of the Topsy Formation, Lituya district, Gulf of Alaska Tertiary.9. Early Jurassic sedimentation in the western region was _____. A. desert dune deposition on the eastern margin of the uplifted Cordillera B. deep marine sedimentation on the eastern margin of the Cordillera C.

shallow shelf marine sedimentation along the western margin of North America D. non-existent E. B and C.