fossil Dennstaedtioid fern from the Eocene Clarno formation of Oregon

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Dennstaedtiopsis aerenchymata., Paleobotany -- Eocene., Paleobotany -- Or

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Statementby Chester A. Arnold and Lyman H. Daugherty.
SeriesContributions from the Museum of Peleontology, University of Michigan,, v. 19, no. 6
ContributionsDaugherty, Lyman H. b. 1894.
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LC ClassificationsQE701 .M5 vol. 19, no. 6
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Pagination65-88 p.
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Open LibraryOL6009849M
LC Control Number66063613
OCLC/WorldCa3645975

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Palaeontographica, Vol. 96B, pp. 6 6 9 7. Descriptions of Fossil Plants from the Mesozoic and Cenozoic of North America I. A FOSSIL DENNSTAEDTIOID FERN FROM THE EOCENE CLARNO FORMATION OF OREGON BY CHESTER A.

ARNOLD and LYMAN H. DAUGHERTY ABSTRACT Rhizomes and leaf stalks of a fern preserved in chert from the Eocene Clarno formation of Oregon show anatomical structures which indicate the subfamily Dennstaedtioideae of the Polypodiaceae. Citation: Vol.

19, No. 6 Handle: Series/Report no.: ContributionsCited by: (). A Fossil Dennstaedtioid Fern from the Eocene Clarno Formation of Oregon[Ann Arbor, Mich.]:: Museum of Paleontology, The University of Michigan. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link).

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Contrib Mus Paleontol Univ Mich – Google Scholar. Manchester () reported fossil leaves of Berchemia from the late Eocene ( Ma) strata in Wheeler, Oregon, USA, which is the earliest fossil record of Berchemia in North America. Get this from a library. A fossil Dennstaedtioid fern from the Eocene Clarno formation of Oregon.

[Chester A Arnold; Lyman H Daugherty]. Outcropping widely throughout central Oregon, the Early to Middle Eocene aged Clarno Formation includes around m of deposits. It consists of both volcanic rocks and volcanogenic sedimentary rocks, ranging in age from approximately 54 to 39 Ma.

The Clarno Formation includes lava flows, tuffs, lahars, mudstone, and conglomerates. African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education.

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A Fossil Dennstaedtioid Fern from the Eocene Clarno Formation of Oregon. Contributions to the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, Vol. 19, pp. 65– Google Scholar.

Mammalian and Other Fossils, Early Eocene Pass Peak Formation, Central Western Wyoming. 1 plate, 2 figures. A Fossil Dennstaedtioid Fern from the Eocene Clarno Formation of Oregon. 7 plates, 1 figure.

The Fern Genus Acrostichum in the Eocene Clarno Formation of Oregon. 6 plates. As shown in Fig. 1, chert samples containing the Dennstaedtiopsis specimens analyzed from the Late Eocene, ∼40‐Ma‐old, Clarno Formation (Bestland et al., ), were collected from outcrops in the John Day Basin of north‐central Oregon on the H.

Perret Ranch approximately 10 km northeast of Redmond, Oregon, USA (PPRG Sample No. The fossil fern here studied is Dennstaedtiopsis aerenchymata ().Cherts containing three dimensionally preserved fossil fern rhizomes (subterranean stems; Fig.

1a and b) of this taxon were collected from two Eocene geologic units: the Clarno Formation of north-central Oregon, USA (Arnold and Daugherty, ; Fig. 1f), acquired from the Precambrian Paleobiology Research Group (PPRG). Geologic Formations of Eastern Oregon East of Longitude ° 30 Bulletin by biva.

A fossil dennstaedtioid fern from the Eocene Clarno formation of Oregon. Contrib. Mus. Paleont. Univ. Mich. 19 (6): Google Scholar. (Blechnaceae): a permineralized fern from the Middle Eocene Princeton chert. Int. Wing SL, Greenwood DR. Fossils and fossil climate: the case for equable continental interiors in the Eocene.

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A fossil dennsteadtioid fern from the Eocene Clarno formation of Oregon. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, The University of Michigan Google Scholar. Atkinson BA, Stockey RA, Rothwell GW, Mindell RA, Bolton M. Geologic Formations of Eastern Oregon East of Longitude ° 30 Bulletin By guqy 33 0 Comments.

Arnold C.A. and Daugherty L.H. () A fossil Dennstaedtioid fern from the Eocene Clarno Formation of Oregon. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan –88; Awramik S.M. and Barghoorn E.S. () Gunflint microbiota. Precambrian Res –   Among these are fossil plants with affinities to the extent References Arnold, C,A, and Daugherty, L.H., A fossil dennstaedti- old fern from the Eocene Clarno Formation of Oregon.

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(Chester Arthur), Arnold, Chester A. Arnold, Chester Arthur, Chester A. Arnold American paleobotanist. In the Paleogene, permineralized forms include osmundaceous ferns from the Paleocene and Eocene of Wyoming and New Mexico (e.g., Tidwell and Parker, ; Tidwell and Medlyn, ), middle Eocene ferns from the Clarno Formation of Oregon (Arnold and Daugherty,), and coeval Princeton chert of British Columbia (Basinger, ; Basinger.

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() Gunflint microbiota. Precambrian Res – Crossref, Google Scholar. The Arcto-Tertiary Geoflora concept of Ralph Chaney, that the Mixed Mesophytic Forest of eastern Asia and eastern North America are relicts of a Northern Hemisphere high-latitude circumglobal deciduous forest of the Late Cretaceous–Early Tertiary that migrated south to the temperate zone as an intact unit, was shown by Wolfe and others to be invalid.

To explain the origin and development of. Paleontology in Oregon refers to paleontological research occurring within or conducted by people from the U.S. state of 's geologic record extends back approximately million years ago to the Devonian period, before which time the state's landmass was likely submerged under water.

Sediment records show that Oregon remained mostly submerged until the Paleocene period.Arnold C. A. & Daugherty L.H. (). The Fern Genus Acrostichum in the Eocene Clarno Formation of Oregon. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, The University of Michigan vol. 28, no 13, pp. Asimov, I.

(). The History of Physics. New York: Walker and Company.The Stonerose fossil site contains million-year-old fossils from the Eocene Epoch. Manchester, S.R. Fruits and seeds of the Middle Eocene Nut Beds flora, Clarno Formation, North Central Oregon.

Pigg, K.B., and Rothwell, G.W. Anatomically preserved Woodwardia virginica (Blechnaceae) and a new filicalean fern from the.