Conodonts from the Vienna limestone member of the Branchville formation (Chesterian) in southern Indiana
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Conodonts from the Vienna limestone member of the Branchville formation (Chesterian) in southern Indiana

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Published by Dept. of Natural Resources, Geological Survey in Bloomington, Ind .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Indiana.

Subjects:

  • Conodonts -- Indiana.,
  • Paleontology -- Mississippian.,
  • Limestone -- Indiana.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 14-16.

Statementby Carl B. Rexroad.
SeriesGeological Survey occasional paper ;, 34
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE899 .R43 1981
The Physical Object
Pagination16 p., [1] folded leaf, 2 leaves of plates :
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3144977M
LC Control Number82622699

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Conodonts from the Vienna limestone member of the Branchville formation (Chesterian) in southern Indiana. Bloomington, Ind.: Dept. of Natural Resources, Geological Survey, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Carl Buckner Rexroad. Buy Conodonts from the Vienna limestone member of the Branchville formation (Chesterian) in southern Indiana (Geological Survey occasional paper) by Rexroad, Carl Buckner (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Carl Buckner Rexroad. For these reasons, Gray (), in a restudy of outcropping upper Chesterian rocks in Indiana, redefined the Vienna as a thin member at the base of the newly named Branchville Formation. The Vienna Limestone is retained at formation rank in subsurface usage, and it is here assigned to the Buffalo Wallow Group. "CONODONTS AND ZONATION OF THE UPPER DEVONIAN IN THE GREAT BASIN", Conodonts and Zonation of the Upper Devonian in the Great Basin, David L. Clark, Raymond L. Ethington This fauna has been identified in the lower part of the upper Devils Gate Limestone in central Nevada and in an unnamed formation in north-central Nevada from which.

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The Pearson product moment coefficient and the Baroni-Urbani-Buser binary similarity coefficient were used to test the relationship between lithofacies and conodont biofacies in the Beaver Bend Limestone in Indiana. This lower Chesterian limestone includes a variety of lithotopes, but no associations were readily recognizable. Five marine biofacies based on conodont distributions are recognized for the Permian Phosphoria Formation and related rocks. They are: (1) facies with no conodonts, (2) facies with Hindeodus only, (3) facies with Hindeodus and (or) Neostreptognathodus and (or) Stepanovites and (or) Merrillina, (4) a transitional facies containing any of the components of biofacies 3 with either Neogondolella. Full text of "Conodonts of the Lower Border group and equivalent strata (lower carboniferous) in Northern Cumbria and the Scottish Borders, U.K." See other formats. At its base is the Vienna Limestone Member, and marking its top is the Leopold Limestone Member. Both of these members are thin. The Branchville Formation crops out from the Ohio River northward to southwestern Orange County. Where the entire formation is present, it .