Report of Progress Volume 4, V. 1

Report of Progress Volume 4, V. 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ...2, side view; fig. 3, side view, enlarged, to show pores; fig. 4, cross section, enlarged, showing number and position of pores.--Characteristic and common coral of Niagara formation in Europe and America.--Note. Another illustration is given by Collett in Indiana Re portofl881, page 383, plate 52, fig. 1, 2.--And another in A. Winchell's Geol. Studies, 1886, p. 220, figure 149.--In Pennsylvania found in Lycoming Co., in 65' limestone, say 500' above Clinton Ore se. (T, p. 43), i. e. in. Z. Salina, Vc. Favosites flbrosus. Hall, Geology of the Fourth District, N. Y. 1843, page 159, figs. 62, 1 and 2 magnified. Thisfossil, with its varieties, ranges from the Clinton up to the Hamilton. The figure is from abundant specimens seen on the surfaces of the Onondaga limestone. (Upp e r Helderberg) a t Clarence, Erie Co., N. Y. It appears to be Goldluss's Calamopora fibrosa. See Phillips, Sil. Res. p. 683. pll. 15 bis, fig. 6.--VIlla. v Favosites forbesi, var. occidentalis. See Appendix. Favosites gothlandicus. Hall, Report on Fourth district Favosites helderbergise. Hall, 26th An. Rt. 1874, Lower Helderberg.--Collected by Dr. Barrett, at Port Jervis, from White's Stormville limestone (G6, p. 134).--Collected by White in the same, in the Montour region (G7, p. 89,101), at Esk's (247), Lime ridge (261), Appleman's (300, 348), Derr's (311) quarries; and in the L. H. Stromatopora bed, Low. Mah. t., Northumberland Co. (376).--A large mass of it, weathered out of its matrix, at McConnelltown cliffs, Huntingdon Co. (T3, 201); and among Stromatopora in Juniata Sand Co.'s quarry cliff on Mill cr. (p. 269.)--In Bedford Co., abundant in transition lime-sand beds of L. Held, into Oriskany, Hyndman sect. (T2, 86); chert beds 150' below top of Oriskany (p. 104), Pine.show more

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  • Paperback | 118 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 227g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236525051
  • 9781236525055