2 edition of Faunal studies in the Cretaceous of the Santa Ana mountains of southern California found in the catalog.
Faunal studies in the Cretaceous of the Santa Ana mountains of southern California
Earl L. Packard
|Statement||by Earl Leroy Packard.|
|Series||University of California publications. Bulletin of the Department of Geology -- v. 9, no. 12, University of California publications in geological sciences -- v. 9, no. 12.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. -159 :|
|Number of Pages||159|
Introduction. The Late Cretaceous was a time of remarkably high dinosaur diversity worldwide, but especially so in North America [1, 2].During the Cretaceous, a shallow inland sea separated North America into two large landmasses, Appalachia to the east and Laramidia to the west (), with the bulk of dinosaurs recorded from non-marine rocks that were deposited along the eastern margin of. Popenoe (, pp. –, fig. 4) listed Opis sp. cf. O. triangulata (Cooper) in his checklist of Upper Cretaceous strata in the Santa Ana Mountains, southern California (Area 15). The specimens he used are stored in the LACMIP by: 8.
MS Book and Mineral Company Paleobiology 1 Catalog: Home Page: Sale: List of catalogs on this website ,. Ed. / LATE CRETACEOUS DEPOSITIONAL ENVIRONMENTS AND PALEOGRAPHY, Santa Ana Mountains, Southern California, Los Angeles, , pb, pages, - 2 -, $ 30 QUATERNARY STUDIES IN EASTERN CALIFORNIA AND SOUTHWESTERN NEVADA, Redlands. (index map, fig. 1) of coastal southern California is an alluviated lowland, sometimes called the "coastal plain (Mendenhall, , p. 11), which is bounded on the north by the Santa Monica Mountains and the Elysian, Repetto, and Puente I-Iills and on the east and southeast by the Santa Ana Mountains Cited by:
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IX, No. 12 (), pp. 3 "Geology and Oil Resources of the Puente Hills Region. Faunal studies of the Cretaceous of the Santa Ana Mountains of southern Cali fornia: California University Publications Department of Geology Bulletin, v.
9, p. ____ Mesozoic and Cenozoic Mactrinae of the Pacific Coast of North America: Cali fornia University Publications Department of Geology Bulletin, v. 9, p. succession in the Santa Ana Mountains of Southern California (Text-fig. 1), contains an abundant and varied molluscan fauna of Late Cretaceous age.
Packard () presented a preliminary faunal list, set up faunal zones and made regional correlations. He later (Packard, ) published on new molluscan species found in the section. Popenoe ( The geology, stratigraphy, and paleontology of the Santa Ana Mountains of Southern California span m.y.
of subduction and 30 m.y. of transform faulting, producing complex geologic, stratigraphic, and paleontological settings. Stratigraphy of the Cretaceous and Eocene rocks of the Santa Monica Mountains: The problem consisted of separating the Upper Cretaceous from the Eocene rocks in the eastern part of the Santa Monica mountains; determining the local stratigraphy of the Upper Cretaceous and Martinez; and attempting to correlate the Cretaceous section with other sections in : Harry David Bruce Wilson.
Charles T. Herzig, David L. Kimbrough, "Santiago Peak volcanics: Early Cretaceous arc volcanism of the western Peninsular Ranges batholith, southern California", Peninsular Ranges Batholith, Baja California and Southern California, Douglas M.
Morton, Fred K. Miller. New Late Cretaceous Mytilid and Tellinoidean Bivalves from California. of the Ladd Formation in the Santa Ana Mountains, Orange County, southern California. Cretaceous strata in the study. (Bedford Canyon metasedimentary rocks are exposed in Santa Ana Mts) Julian Schist Metasedimentary rocks formed from shale deposited in submarine fans Santiago Peak Volcanics Forms the western edge of the peninsular batholith in southern California.
It is composed of volcanic, volcaniclastic rocks of Cretaceous age ( to Ma). The Santa Ana Mountains of southern California are the northernmost termination of the Peninsular Ranges batholith, the dominant geologic feature in the region that extends for more. The Peninsular Ranges block is dominated by a Late Jurassic-middle Cretaceous batholithic belt that extends from the Santa Ana Mountains in southern California southward through the state of Baja California.
Packard, E.L.,Faunal studies in the Cretaceous of the Santa Ana Mountains of Southern California: University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geological Sciences V. 5, p.1 map. Popenoe, W.P., 19^1, The Trabuco and Baker conglomerates of the Santa Ana Mountains: Journal of Geology v.
49, p. Cretaceous era fossils in Woodland Hills. Ammonites from the Cretaceous Period have been found in Woodland Hills and also in portions of the Santa Monica Mountains, the latter area also revealing a collection of marine vertebrate bones from the Miocene era.
Recent reports of Praebarrettia sparcilirata and a radiolitid in addition to Coralliochama from the Campanian of the Santa Ana Mountains, southern California (Filkorn, ), and Pseudopetalodontia (Monopleuridae), Tepeyacia (Polyconitidae) and several species of Caprinuloidinae from the Lower Albian of Baja California (Paynes et al., Cited by: 6.
Page Contents: Section | Significance | Background | Location & Dates | Taxonomic Contents | Documentation | Description of Collection | Collection Inventory. A New Species Of Late Cretaceous (Campanian) Cypraeid Gastropod, Santa Ana Mountains, Southern California and New Records of California Cretaceous Cypraeids Lindsey T.
Groves,1 Harry F. Filkorn,2 and John M. Alderson3 1Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Malacology Section, Exposition Boulevard, Los Angeles, [email protected] Faunal studies in the Cretaceous of the Santa Ana mountains of southern California  Packard, Earl L.
(Earl Leroy), Berkeley, University of California Press, Late Cretaceous depositional environments and paleogeography, Santa Ana Mountains, Southern California. Faunal studies in the Cretaceous of the Santa Ana Mountains of southern California.
University of California Publications Bulletin of the Department of Geology, 9: – Parkinson, J. Baker Canyon Member and lower part of the Holz Shale Member of the Ladd Formation in the Santa Ana Mountains, Orange County, southern California.
It lived in inner shelf waters and was infaunal in silts and very ﬁne sands. Icanotia is a relatively rare, warm temperate and Tethyan, Cretaceous (Valanginian to Maastrichtian) bivalve known. Two new genera and ten new species of shallow-marine, warm-water gastropods are reported from several Upper Cretaceous formations found between British Columbia and southern California.
The buccinid Zaglenum new genus is represented by two new species and the turbinellid Fimbrivasum new genus is represented by three new by: Packard, E.
L. Faunal Studies Cretaceous Santa Ana Mountains Southern California, Mesozoic Cenozoic Mactrinae Pacific Coast NA, Quantitative Analysis Molluscan Fauna San Francisco Bay, Trigoniae Pacific Coast NA, New Species Cretaceous Santa Ana.
University of California Press,University of California Publications, Geological Sciences, A collection of five works by Earl Leroy .Field trip co-leader for Pacific Sections of Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, and Society of Exploration Geophysicists Annual Meeting in Anaheim, "Late Cretaceous Depositional Environments and Paleogeography, Santa Ana Mountains, Southem California", April