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Mollusca from the Upper Cretaceous Jalama formation, Santa Barbara County, California

Donald H. Dailey

Mollusca from the Upper Cretaceous Jalama formation, Santa Barbara County, California

by Donald H. Dailey

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Places:
  • California,
  • Santa Barbara County.
    • Subjects:
    • Mollusks, Fossil.,
    • Paleontology -- Cretaceous.,
    • Paleontology -- California -- Santa Barbara County.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Donald H. Dailey and W. P. Popenoe.
      SeriesUniversity of California publications in geological sciences,, v. 65, University of California publications in geological sciences ;, v. 65.
      ContributionsPopenoe, Willis Parkison, 1897- joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE1 .C15 vol. 65
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 40 p.
      Number of Pages40
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5564277M
      LC Control Number67065697

      New late Cretaceous (Campanian and Maastrichtian) marine gastropods from California - Volume 77 Issue 1 - Richard L. Squires, Louella R. SaulCited by: The Pigeon Point Formation crops out along the San Mateo County coastline in a northern and southern sequence of folded and faulted strata. Correlation of the two sequences remains somewhat equivocal, although on the basis of biostratigraphy and a reversed magnetic interval both appear to have been deposited during the early to middle by:

      Mollusca from the Upper Cretaceous Jalama Formation, Santa Barbara County, California. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, 65, 27 p. Dall, W. H. Synopsis of the Family Veneridae and of the North American Recent by: 3. Type locality and description. The type locality of the Espada Formation is in Hondo Canyon, near Point Arguello, as first described by Thomas Dibblee in his book on the geology of southwestern Santa Barbara County. While the unit is meters (4, feet) thick at the type locality, it is much thicker elsewhere; along the southern slope of the San Rafael Mountains it is exposed from Underlies: Jalama Formation, Sierra Blanca .

      46 NONMARINE MOLLUSKS OF LATE CRETACEOUS AGE FROM WYOMING, UTAH, AND COLORADO the sequence, which yield a slightly different molluscan fauna as shown under column A of division 2 in the table. Locality 5—SE%SB% sec. 17, T. 22 N., B. W., about 2 miles south of Antelope Creek, Lincoln County, Wyo. It is 5Cited by: 2. Book Published Berkeley, University of California Press, John Day Formation, Eastern Oregon. Uniform series University of California publications in geological sciences. v. Notes Bibliography: p. Subject headings Mollusca from the Upper Cretaceous Jalama formation, Santa Barbara County, California.


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It consists of ± feet of alternating sandstones and silty shales that have been divided into seven : Donald Howard Dailey. upper one of G. lozoi Young Graysonites lozoi is now considered a junior synonym of G.

wacoensis (Böse ) (Kennedy; in Kennedy et al. In Trans-Pecos Texas, G. adkinsi has been found at the base of the Del Rio Clay in Pecos County, and G. wacoen-sis has been found in the upper part of the Del Rio in Val Verde County as well as.

Fauna from the Markley Formation (Upper Eocene) on Pleasant Creek, California. Extract Bulletin of the Geological Society of America Vol. 49; pp.1 fig., 4 plts. fossil molluscs h.t. Extract Bulletin of the Geological Society of America Vol.

49; pp.1 fig., 4 plts. fossil molluscs h.t. The Jalama Formation is a sedimentary rock formation widespread in southern Santa Barbara County and northern Ventura County, southern the Late Cretaceous epoch, the unit consists predominantly of clay shale with some beds of sandstone.

A particularly erosion-resistant sandstone within the unit forms the scenic Nojoqui Falls, in the Santa Ynez Mountains south of SolvangRegion: Coastal and interior Santa Barbara.

UCMP, University of California Museum of Paleontology, Berkeley. STRATIGRAPHIC OCCURRENCES AND GEOLOGIC AGES Fimbria susanensis n.

was found in the upper part of the Santa Susana Formation, south side of Simi Valley, Ventura County, southern California (Figure 1), at localities UCMPCSUNand UCMP Early workers recognized.

This sequence is a part of the Upper Cretaceous intra-arc basins of southwest Japan. Four cycles of upward coarse-graded facies are recognized. Each cycle consists of a basinal mud facies in the lower part and a tide-dominated shallow marine to brackish coarse clastic facies in the upper by: Mollusca from the Upper Cretaceous Jalama Formation, Santa Barbara County, California by D.

Daily, W. Popenoe Mollusca from the Upper Cretaceous Jalama Formation, Santa Barbara County, California by D. Daily, W. Popenoe (p. Upper Cretaceous planktonic foraminiferal zoogeography and ecology-eastern Pacific margin.

Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclirnatol., Palaeoecol., Provincial- and depth-related distribution patterns are inferred for Upper Cretaceous planktonic foraminifers along the eastern Pacific by: Pyramidellidae (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Heterobranchia) collected during the Dutch CANCAP and Mauritania expeditions in the south-eastern part of the north Atlantic Ocean.

Part 1. 57 p., 68 figs, paperbound (ZV); MM € 16 Aartsen, J.J. van et al., The Espada Formation is a sedimentary rock formation widespread in Santa Barbara County, late Jurassic to Cretaceous age, the unit consists primarily of shale with some interbedded thin layers of sandstone, conglomerate, and limestone.

Type locality and description. The type locality of the Espada Formation is in Hondo Canyon, near Point Arguello, as first described by Thomas. Alencaster, G., Rudistas del Cretacico Superior de Chiapas. Part I. 91 p., 2 figs, 24 pls, paperbound. In Spanish; PM € The buccinid Eripachya jalama new species and the fasciolariid Calkota daileyi new genus and new species are from the lower upper Campanian Jalama Formation in southern California.

Geology -- California -- Santa Barbara County. Islands -- California -- Santa Barbara County. Geology, Stratigraphic. Contents. Machine derived contents note: Table Of Contents PREFACE vii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ix LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS xi INTRODUCTION xv Chapter 1 Santa Barbara County's Place In the World 1 In North America 2 In California 4.

Full text of "Geologic map of the Elysian Park-Repetto Hills area, Los Angeles County, California" See other formats 3 HY n C3 ^33 MO. iMN'.Yf-PSIJX,P. F CALIFORNIA, OAVI 3 AREA, LOS A CALIFORNIA.: ' SPECIAL REPORT California Division of Mines ond Geology, Ferry Building, San Francisco, GEOLOGY OF THE ELYSIAN PARK-REPETTO HILLS AREA, LOS ANGELES COUNTY.Dailey, D.

H. and W. P. Popenoe,Mollusca from the Upper Cretaceous Jalama Formation, Santa Barbara County, California. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, Vol Keen, M. T.,Superfamily Veneracea.

Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part N, Mollusca 6, Volume 2, Bivalvia, Search term. Advanced Search Citation Search Citation SearchCited by: 8.