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Early Pleistocene pre-glacial and glacial rocks and faunas of north-central Nebraska

Morris F. Skinner

Early Pleistocene pre-glacial and glacial rocks and faunas of north-central Nebraska

by Morris F. Skinner

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Published in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nebraska.
    • Subjects:
    • Glacial epoch -- Nebraska.,
    • Paleontology -- Pleistocene.,
    • Paleontology -- Nebraska.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 136-148.

      Statement[by] Morris F. Skinner [and] Claude W. Hibbard, with the collaboration of E. D. Gutentag [and others]
      SeriesBulletin of the American Museum of Natural history, v. 148: article 1, Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History ;, v. 148, article 1.
      ContributionsHibbard, Claude William, 1905- joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQH1 .A4 vol. 148, art. 1, QE697 .A4 vol. 148, art. 1
      The Physical Object
      Pagination148 p.
      Number of Pages148
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5336628M
      LC Control Number72189981

      Skinner M. F., Hibbard C. W. () Early Pleistocene pre-glacial and glacial rocks and faunas of north-central Nebraska, Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 1, Stirton R. A. () Phylogeny of North American Equidae, University of California Publications in .   The pre-glacial course of the upper Mississippi River has been long debated without reaching consensus. Pre-glacial stream gravels of apparent Cretaceous age represent former beds of streams that drained southwestward from the highlands of the Wisconsin Arch to the Cretaceous sea then in Iowa and Minnesota (Andrews, ; Thwaites and.

        Today, it is well known that human activities put larger animals at greater risk of extinction. Such targeting of the largest species is not new, however. Smith et al. show that biased loss of large-bodied mammal species from ecosystems is a signature of human impacts that has been following hominin migrations since the Pleistocene. If the current trend continues, terrestrial mammal body . Early Pleistocene pre-glacial and glacial rocks and faunas of north-central Nebraska. Bulletin of the AMNH; v. , article 1 MF Skinner, CW Hibbard, ED Gutentag, GR Smith, JG Lundberg.

      Early Pleistocene pre-glacial and glacial rocks and faunas of north-central Nebraska. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, (1) SKINNER, M. F., AND F. W. JOHNSON. Eshelman, R.E., , Geology and paleontology of the early Pleistocene (late Blancan) White Rock fauna from north central Kansas: Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Museum of Paleontology, Papers on Paleontol p. 1


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Early Pleistocene pre-glacial and glacial rocks and faunas of north-central Nebraska by Morris F. Skinner Download PDF EPUB FB2

Early Pleistocene pre-glacial and glacial rocks and faunas of north-central Nebraska. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v.article 1 Skinner, Morris F. ; Hibbard, Claude William, Get this from a library.

Early Pleistocene pre-glacial and glacial rocks and faunas of north-central Nebraska. [Morris F Skinner; Claude William Hibbard]. Title. Early Pleistocene pre-glacial and glacial rocks and faunas of north-central Nebraska.

Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. article 1. Feduccia, Alan. EARLY PLEISTOCENE PRE-GLACIAL AND GLACIAL ROCKS AND FAUNAS OF NORTH-CENTRAL NEBRASKA MORRIS F. SKINNER Frick Associate Curator Department of Vertebrate Paleontology The American Museum of Natural History CLAUDE W.

HIBBARD Curator of Vertebrates Museum of Paleontology Professor of Geology The Uniuersity of Michigan WITH THE COLLABORATION OF. Early Pleistocene pre-glacial and glacial rocks and faunas of north-central Nebraska.

Bulletin of the AMNH ; v.article 1 By Morris F. Skinner, Early Pleistocene pre-glacial and glacial rocks and faunas of north-central Nebraska. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v.article 1. Early Pleistocene Pre-glacial and Glacial rocks and faunas of north-central Nebraska.

Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural HistoryTAYLOR, D. Summary of North American Blancan nonmarine Mollusks. Malacologia 4 (1), Recommended articles Citing articles (0) References Birkenholz,   Quaternary fresh-water ostracods of nominal species Candona patzcuaro and C.

rawsoni (each including several synonyms) are considered to belong to a single, polytypic species on the basis of geographic distribution and hybridization evident in faunas from Missouri.

Data are insufficient to permit designation of subspecies. patzcuaro” and “C. rawsoni” thus are treated informally, as. In: Skinner MO, Hibbard CW (eds) Early Pleistocene Pre-glacial and Glacial Rocks and Faunas of North-Central Nebraska, pp 77–; Bull Am Mus Nat HistNew York, NY Hinton MAC () Monograph of the Voles and Lemmings (Microtinae) Living and Extinct, vol 1.

Early Pleistocene pre-glacial and glacial rocks and faunas of North-Central Nebraska. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 1.

Full reference: M. Skinner and C. Hibbard. Early Pleistocene pre-glacial and glacial rocks and faunas of north-central Nebraska. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (1) Belongs to Buisnictis according to B.

Kurten and E. Anderson Sister taxa: Buisnictis breviramus, Buisnictis metabatos, Buisnictis schoffi Type specimen: F:AMa mandible. Full text of "An early Pleistocene (Blancan) fauna from Nebraska" See other formats 8 as' LI B RAR.Y OF THE UN IVLRSITY Of ILLINOIS FI v C£0L0GY UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LIBRARY AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN GEaOGY &D h i S te b0 s° t k a 0n0 /^-the * ote sta mped below GEOLOGV LIBRARY LJ61— H41 v9 nt-Z AN EARLY PLEISTOCENE (BLANCAN) FAUNA FROM NEBRASKA.

Skinner, from the early Blancan of Nebraska, late Blancan of Arizona, Florida, and Nebraska, as well as from several early Ir vingtonian localities; C. furcifer Matthew, from diverse. Hesperotestudo ("Western turtle") is an extinct genus of tortoise that lived from the Miocene to the remains are known from North America, Central America and Bermuda.

Further specimens identifiable only to genus have been found in El Salvador (TEWG, ). Taxonomy. Species list is based on Rhodin et al. Note: List includes only Pleistocene species. Skinner MF, Hibbard CW () Early Pleistocene pre-glacial and glacial rocks and faunas of north-central Nebraska.

Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History Solounias N, Semprebon G () Advances in the reconstruction of ungulate ecomorphology with application to early.

Pages in Early Pleistocene pre-glacial and glacial rocks and faunas of north central Nebraska (M. Skinner and C. Hibbard, editors). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History SKINNER, M.F., and O.

Kaisen. The fossil Bison of Alaska and preliminary revision of the genus. Early Pleistocene pre-glacial and glacial rocks and faunas of North-Central Nebraska. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 1 – Taylor, W. Early Pleistocene pre-glacial and glacial rocks.

and faunas of north-central Nebraska. - Bull. in Mexico includes 15 genera and 28 species with ages ranging from early Eocene to late. Abstract. The genus Equus originated in North America and was derived from the late Hemphillian (late Miocene to earliest Pliocene) Dinohippus (Quinn, ).

All the Pliocene, Pleistocene, and living monodactyl equids of North America and of the Old World — with the only exception of the possibly early Pliocene Astrohippus stocki Lance from Mexico — may be united in the genus Equus. Skinner MF, Hibbard CW () Early Pleistocene Pre-glacial and glacial rocks and faunas of north-central Nebraska.

Bull Amer Mus Nat Hist 1– Azzaroli A () The genus Equus in North America – The Pleistocene species. Palaeontograph Italica 1–. Value of the linguaflexid versus the ectoflexid, in combination, was determined in two local faunas, one early Pleistocene (Irvingtonian Land Mammal Age), the Slaton Quarry, Lubbock Co., Texas (Dalquest, ), and the other late Pleistocene (Rancholabrean Land Mammal Age), the Cedazo local fauna, Aguascalientes, Mexico (Mooser and Dalquest, ).

Field Conference on the Tertiary and Pleistocene of Western Nebraska (Guide Book for the Ninth Field Conference of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology). Papers in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Paper Skinner, M.F.

and C.W. Hibbard (). Early Pleistocene Pre-Glacial and Glacial Rocks and Faunas of North-Central Nebraska.Nebraska till--The first Pleistocene ice sheet to reach Kansas has been called Nebraskan (Shimek, ) because of its inferred westward extension into Nebraska.

Deposits made by this ice are classed as Nebraska till and consist of boulders, pebbles, and sand in a matrix of silt and clay.