Miocene floras from the Middlegate Basin, west-central Nevada by Daniel I. Axelrod

Cover of: Miocene floras from the Middlegate Basin, west-central Nevada | Daniel I. Axelrod

Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .

Written in English

Read online


  • Nevada,
  • Middlegate Gap Region.


  • Paleobotany -- Miocene.,
  • Paleoecology -- Nevada -- Middlegate Gap Region.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 199-209.

Book details

Statementby Daniel I. Axelrod.
SeriesUniversity of California publications in geological sciences ;, v. 129
LC ClassificationsQE929 .A88 1985
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 279 p. :
Number of Pages279
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2840559M
ISBN 100520096959
LC Control Number84002414

Download Miocene floras from the Middlegate Basin, west-central Nevada

Middlegate Basin: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Axelrod, Daniel I. Miocene floras from the Middlegate Basin, west-central Nevada.

Berkeley: University of California Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / West-central Nevada book Daniel. Buy Miocene Floras from the Middlegate Basin, West-Central Nevada (University of California Publications in Geological Sciences) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersCited by: Title: Miocene Floras from the Middlegate Basin, West-Central Nevada Author Name: Daniel I.

Axelrod Categories: Field & Locality Guides, Life Sciences, Paleontology, Geology, Fossils, Edition: 1st Edition Publisher: Berkeley, California, University of California Press: ISBN Number: ISBN Number Binding: Soft cover Book Condition: Near Fine.

Sequoiadendron chaneyi is an extinct species of tree in the Cupressaceae genus from Miocene fossils found in Nevada and California, S. chaneyi is the oldest species of Sequoiadendron.

The common use of the name "sequoia" generally refers to Sequoiadendron giganteum, which occurs naturally only in the various groves that exist on the western slopes of the Family: Cupressaceae.

"The Buffalo Canyon flora of 69 species, dated at 18 Ma., comes from ashy diatomaceous shale in the lower Buffalo Canyon formation of western Nevada. The fossil plants were transported by turbidity current into the lake in late summer or autumn." From the author's abstract.

22 plates and a geologic map in back pocket. Back cover is creased, otherwise in very good condition. Analyses of 12 mid-Miocene floras from western Nevada indicate that this part of the Basin and Range Province stood ∼3 kilometers above sea level at 15 to 16 million years ago, which is 1 to Corners slightly bumped, some spotting on edge of pages, creasing on upper portion of spine.

13 articles on quantitative analysis in paleontology presented at a short course during the annual conference of the Paleontological Society. pages. Miocene Floras from the Middlegate Basin, West-Central Nevada (University of California Publications in Geological Sciences) Apr 1, by Daniel I.

Axelrod. Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia. A Middle Eocene flora from the central Sierra Nevada Washington Australian/Harvard Citation. MacGinitie, Miocene floras from the Middlegate Basin, west-central Nevada / by Daniel I.

Axelrod; Explore. Ceratostratiotes is a form genus established by 7 for fossil fruits from the Miocene of Europe that are regarded as belonging to a different genus in the Ceratophyllaceae (7; 51, table 9). However, others (63) consider that its systematic affinity is unresolved based upon its morphological‐anatomical features.

Fossil Leaves And Seeds In West-Central Nevada: Take a field trip to the Middlegate Hills area in west-central Nevada. It's a place where the Middle Miocene Middlegate Formation provides paleobotany enthusiasts with some 64 species of fossil plant remains, including the leaves of evergreen live oak, tanbark oak, bigleaf maple, and paper birch.

The Klamath Mountains are a rugged and lightly populated mountain range in northwestern California and southwestern Oregon in the western United States. Miocene Floras from the Middlegate Basin, West-Central Nevada. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Daniel I Axelrod books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. The Great Basin wilds of west-central Nevada are rich in productive fossil plant localities.

While they are probably not as well known to amateur fossil plant hunters as the classic Paleocene through late Miocene (roughly 64 to million years ago) leaf-bearing sites of Oregon, Idaho, Washington, Montana, Colorado and Wyoming, the Nevada fossil plant deposits continue to yield many.

Axelrod, D. Miocene Floras from the Middlegate Basin, West-central Nevada. University of California, Department of Geology,Publications in Geological Sciences, Bulletin of the Department of Geological Sciences, University o,6 figures and 34 plates.

Softbound, minor signs of use, very good condition. $ The fossil-plant-bearing beds of the Tortonian (late Miocene) intramontane basin of La Cerdanya (Eastern Pyrenees, Catalonia, Spain) have been investigated for more than a century, and species.

Middle Miocene Floras from the Middlegate Basin, West-Central Nevada / Daniel I. Axelrod / Revision of the Jumping Spider Genus Habronattus F.O.P.-Cambridge (Arancae, Salticidera), with Phenetic and Cladistic Analysis / Charles E. Griswold / Download Evaluation in Translation: Critical points of translator decision-making PDF / Epub I enjoyed this book so much it brought me to tears because I finally learned how to read I hope this has helped others as much as it has helped me.

Evaluation in Translation: Critical points of translator decision-making books; It was arbitrary how I found this book before this I was an egregious. Axelrod DI () Miocene floras from the Middlegate Basin, west-central Nevada.

Univ Calif Publ Geol Sci – Google Scholar Axelrod DI () The Miocene Buffalo Canyon flora, western Nevada. Author of Mio-Pliocene floras from west-central Nevada, Origin and relationships of the California flora, The middle Miocene Pyramid flora of western Nevada, A Miocene ( Ma) Evergreen Laurel-Oak Forest from Carmel Valley, California, The Eocene Thunder Mountain flora of central Idaho, A Pliocene Sequoiadendron forest from western Nevada, The Oligocene Haynes Creek Flora of eastern.

In searching for other fossils of similar affinity inthe few Late Tertiary floras then known from western North Amer-ica, it was found that Pliocene floras in Oklahoma, Texas, Colo-rado, central Nevada and central California all contained plantsrelated to species characterizing vegetation types now in moresoutherly areas (Axelrod, ).

Miocene Floras from the Middlegate Basin, West-Central Nevada, Daniel I. Axelrod Nearer to the Hearts Desire, George Weinberg The Disputing Process: Law in Ten Societies, Laura Nader, Harry Todd.

Late Miocene Fossil Leaves At Verdi, Washoe County, Nevada: Explore a fascinating fossil leaf locality not far from Reno, Nevada; find 18 species of plants that prove that million years ago this part of the western Great Basin Desert would have resembled, floristically, California's lush green Gold Country, from Placerville south to Jackson.

PLANT SCIENCE BULLETIN A Publication of the Botanical Society of America, Inc. THOMAS N. TAYLOR, Editor Department of Botany, Ohio State University, Neil Ave., Columbus, Ohio () Editorial Board SHIRLEY GRAHAM Department of Biological Sciences, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio Late Tertiary fossil woods from the state of Nevada provide an opportunity for observing the mineralization sequences that cause buried wood to become permineralized.

Oligocene and Miocene caldera basins contain abundant petrified wood that ranges in composition from incipient silicification to complete permineralization. Examination of specimens from 21 localities reveals that the. Miocene Floras from the Middlegate Basin, West-central Nevada New Pleistocene Conifer Records, Coastal California The Early Miocen Buffalo Canyon Flora of Western Nevada Strukturnaja geologija Ecologie Agricole Agrarian Reform in Eighteenth - Centry Denmark Ansprachen zur Feier des geburtstages von Baade Gidrologieskie.

Click on the images for larger pictures. Left to right: A leaf from the extinct sycamore Macginitiea whitneyi, collected between and by paleobotanist H. Macginitie (who originally called the specimen Platanophyllum whitneyi) from the Chalk Bluff hydraulic gold mine, middle Eocene auriferous gravels, western foothills of California's Sierra Nevada.

Full text of "Madroño: a West American journal of botany" See other formats. the kilgore flora Download the kilgore flora or read online here in PDF or EPUB. Please click button to get the kilgore flora book now. All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it.

This site is like a library, you could find million book here by. 1: Growth monopodial, buds with several outer scales, terminal bud present (except in Populus sect.

Turanga); both male and female catkins pendulous; disc cupular; leaf blade usually 1. 1: 花辐射对称,花瓣镊合状排列,分离或连合,花药顶端有时有1个脱落的腺体。 含羞草亚科 MIMOSOIDEAE: 1: 花两侧对称,花瓣覆瓦状排列. Full text of "Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden" See other formats. United States Department of Agriculture Proceedings of the Seventh California Oak and Early Miocene (E Mio) floras mentioned in the text with the best known age in millions of years.

Garden – Axelrod, D.I. Miocene floras from the Middlegate Basin, west-central Nevada. University of California Publications in.

Geology of the Great Basin. pages. Reno: University of Nevada Press. Fremont, J.C. Report of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the Yearand to Oregon and California in the Years pages.

Washington, D.C.: Goles .

27789 views Monday, November 9, 2020