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new turtle from the marine Miocene of Oregon

Earl L. Packard

new turtle from the marine Miocene of Oregon

by Earl L. Packard

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Published by Oregon state college in Corvallis, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Turtles, Fossil.,
  • Paleontology -- Miocene.,
  • Paleontology -- Oregon.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby E.L. Packard.
    SeriesOregon State monographs. Studies in geology -- no. 2, November 1940., Oregon State monographs -- 2.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination31p. incl. illus., IV p℗ .
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14106512M

    A new turtle from the marine Miocene of Oregon. Earl L. Packard. 31 p. November Geology of north central Oregon. Edwin T. Hodge. 76 p. April The Scio flora of western Oregon. Ethel I. Sanborn. 47 p. July 5/7. Fossil baleen from the Pliocene of Cape Blanco, Oregon. Earl Leroy Packard. December A fossil sea lion from Cape.   Anyone who finds a sea turtle on the beach is asked to note its location, remain nearby to observe it and contact the Oregon State Police tip line at or the Marine .

    Coronuloid barnacles are epibionts of several marine vertebrates (including cetaceans and sea turtles) as well as invertebrates, and are assigned to two families of turtle barnacles (Chelonibiidae Pilsbry, and Platylepadidae Newman & Ross, ) and one family of . New Tertiary marine mollusks from Oregon and Washington W. O. Addicott. W. O. Addicott.

    Author(s): Nesbitt, Elizabeth A. | Abstract: An annotated list of Cenozoic, fossiliferous marine formations from western Oregon and Washington State, U.S.A., and southwestern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, has been assembled. This chart is a product of the Eastern Pacific Invertebrate Communities of the Cenozoic (EPICC) Thematic Collections Network project that is digitizing over. ____ A new turtle from the marine Miocene of Oregon: Oregon State College Studies in Geology, no. 2, 31 p. Additions to the vertebrate fauna of Astoria formation of Oregon [abs.]: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 52, no. 12, Part 2, p.


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A New Turtle From the Marine Miocene of Oregon by Packard, E.L. by Packard, E.L. By: Packard, E.L. Price: $ Quantity: 1. Home › A New Turtle from the Marine Miocene of Oregon. A New Turtle from the Marine Miocene of Oregon. By Packard, E. SKU# Natural History Books Keokuk Street Iowa City, IA Voice: () Fax: () [email protected] Newsletter.

A New Turtle From the Marine Miocene of Oregon by Packard, E.L. by Packard, E.L Book condition: Fair Book Description. A new turtle from the marine Miocene of Oregon, By b. Earl L. (Earl Leroy) Packard. Abstract "Literature cited": p.

Descriptive letterpress on versos facing the of access: Internet. ikaite) formed in marine rocks of Oregon (Boggs, ). Benthic foraminiferal oxygen isotopic values also indicate a global middle Miocene marine thermal maximum, followed by late Miocene global cooling (Zachos et al., ).

These global trends also were felt in eastern Oregon. A new dermochelyid sea turtle, Arabemys crassiscutata n. gen, n. sp., is described on the basis of epithecal shell mosaic ossicles from the Late Paleocene—Early Eocene of Saudi Arabia. This is the oldest and the most primitive known representative of the.

A new turtle from the marine Miocene of Oregon / by E.L. Packard [] A prologue to population geography. -- [] The Scio flora of western Oregon / by Ethel I. Sanborn. -- Geology of pluvial Lake Chewaucan, Lake County, Oregon / by Ira S.

Allison. © Cataloged: 5/15/ A new turtle from the marine Miocene of Oregon / by E.L. Packard. Fossil plants and soils indicate mean annual temperature of (–) °C and mean annual precipitation of (–) mm. Miocene paleoclimatic changes in eastern Oregon show no relationship to changes in oxygen isotopic composition of marine foraminifera, usually taken as an index of global paleoclimatic change.

Eurybelodon shoshanii, an unusual new shovel-tusked gomphothere (Mammalia, Proboscidea) from the late Miocene of Oregon. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology.

DOI: / new records of marine turtles (testudines: chelonioidea) from the miocene of chubut, argentina Conference Paper (PDF Available) November with 71 Reads How we measure 'reads'. A New Fossil Alligator from Nebraska. By Karl P. Schmidt. A New Procyonid from the Miocene of Nebraska. By Paul O.

McGrew 6. A New Miocene Lagomorph. By Paul O. McGrew 7. A New Erinaceid from the Lower Miocene. By Grayson E. Meade 8. A New Phororhacoid Bird from the Deseado Formation of Patagonia. Evolution of Tertiary Mammals of North America - edited by Christine M.

Janis June A new turtle from the marine Miocene of Oregon, by Earl Leroy Packard Book Microform: State or province government publication: Microfilm: Master microform. Sea turtles are federally protected under the Endangered Species Act of NOAA Fisheries is responsible for conservation and recovery of sea turtles in the marine environment, while the U.S.

Fish and Wildlife Service is lead on conservation and recovery of sea turtles on nesting beaches. Oregon has two native turtles, the Western pond and the Western painted turtle. Both are Oregon Conservation Strategy Species.

There are opportunities for all Oregonians to become more knowledgeable about and participate in turtle conservation efforts, and land managers and planners, project managers and natural resource managers are encouraged to use our native turtle best.

New Enaliarctos (Pinnipedimorpha) from the Oligocene and Miocene of Oregon and the role of "Enaliarctids" in Pinniped phylogeny.

Related Titles. Series: Smithsonian contributions to paleobiology. Berta, Annalisa Smithsonian Institution. Press Type. Book. Sea Turtle Migration. Most sea turtles migrate between foraging and nesting grounds, and seasonally to warmer waters. Often these migrations take them hundreds and even thousands of miles.

With satellite telemetry, scientists can track the movements of sea turtles between areas and. Fossil sea turtles (Chelonii, Dermochelyidae and Cheloniidae) from the Miocene of Pietra Leccese (late Burdigalian-early Messinian), Southern Italy.

Geodiversitas, 29, 2, – Google Scholar.Three new species of the pinnipedimorph Enaliarctos* are described from the marine late Oligocene and early Miocene (Arikareean and Hemingfordian or early Barstovian correlatives) of coastal Oregon.

Enaliarctos tedfordi, new species, is based on a partial cranium .Contact Us Natural History Books Keokuk Street Iowa City, IA Voice: () Fax: () [email protected]