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Oligocene Bridge Creek flora of the John Day Formation, Oregon

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StatementHerbert W. Meyer and Steven R. Manchester.
SeriesUniversity of California publications in geological sciences ;, v. 141
ContributionsManchester, Steven R., 1956-
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LC ClassificationsQE928 .M49 1997
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Paginationxvi, 195 p., 75 p. of plates :
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Open LibraryOL684281M
ISBN 100520098161
LC Control Number97031080

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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This comprehensive syst 2/5(1). The Oligocene Bridge Creek Flora of the John Day Formation, Oregon, Volume 3; Volume This comprehensive systematic revision of the Bridge Creek flora is based on large collections of megafossil specimens from the John Day and Crooked River basins.

The flora was found to be more diverse than previously recognized, with at least species. The early Oligocene Bridge Creek flora of the John Day Formation in Oregon, USA, Oregon book an example of the broad-leaved deciduous vegetation that became widespread in the Northern Hemisphere following.

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Meyer and Steven R. Manchester}, year={} }. The Oligocene Bridge Creek Flora of the John Day Formation, Oregon Herbert W. Meyer and Steven R. Manchester UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS Berkeley • Los Angeles • LondonCited by: This systematic revision of the Bridge Creek flora is based on large collections of megafossil specimens from the John Day and Crooked River basins.

The flora was found to be more Oligocene Bridge Creek flora of the John Day Formation than previously recognized, with at least species. At least 11 genera are extinct, but the majority are extant members of deciduous forests. Oligocene Bridge Creek flora of the John Day Formation, Oregon [] Meyer, Herbert W.

(Herbert William) Manchester, Steven R. Cited by: Some of the major layers within the group exposed in the Picture Gorge district are the Big Basin Formation and Bridge Creek Beds (35 to 32 million years), the Turtle Cove Formation (30 to 28 million years), the Picture Gorge Ignimbrite ( million years), the Kimberly Formation (28 to 25 million years), and the Haystack Formation (25 to 18 million years).Named for: John Day River.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Metasequoia is the most iconic and prevalent flora fossil to come from the Bridge Creek assemblage. It is also Oregon's state fossil and still lives today in Eastern Asia.

Mesohippus cf. bairdi was a three toed browsing horse that was likely very agile. The Oligocene Bridge Creek Flora Of The John Day Formation, Oregon by Meyer, Herbert W./ Manchester, Steven R.

This comprehensive systematic revision of the Bridge Creek flora is based on large collections of megafossil specimens from the John Day and Crooked River basins. H.W. Meyer, S.R. ManchesterThe Oligocene Bridge Creek Flora of the John Day Formation, Oregon University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, (), pp.

Google ScholarAuthor: Teng-Xiang Wang, Teng-Xiang Wang, Jian Huang, Wen-Na Ding, Wen-Na Ding, Cédric Del Rio, Tao Su, Zhe. Description of the book "The Oligocene Bridge Creek Flora of the John Day Formation, Oregon": This comprehensive systematic revision of the Bridge Creek flora is based on large collections of megafossil specimens from the John Day and Crooked River basins.

The flora was found to be more diverse than previously recognized, with at least species. The Oligocene Bridge Creek Flora of the John Day Formation, Oregon Oct 1, by Herbert W.

Meyer, Steven R. Manchester. The early Oligocene Bridge Creek flora of the John Day Formation in Oregon, USA, is an example of the broad-leaved deciduous vegetation that became widespread in the Northern Hemisphere following the Eocene-Oligocene climatic cooling, and demonstrates the significant participation of Metasequoia Miki in newly-developing communities analogous to the modern Mixed Mesophytic Forest of by: 5.

In western Oregon (Eugene and Fisher Formations), the change occurs between the early Oligocene Goshen flora ( Ma) and the early Oligocene Rujada flora ( Ma).

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In the John Day region of Oregon, it occurs before the oldest Bridge Creek flora, dated at Ma (right after the Eocene-Oligocene boundary). *Read Pdf ⚢ The Oligocene Bridge Creek Flora of the John Day Formation, Oregon (University of California Publications in Geological Sciences) é This Comprehensive Systematic Revision Of The Bridge Creek Flora Is Based On Large Collections Of Megafossil Specimens From The John Day And Crooked River Basins The Flora Was Found To Be Diverse Than Previously Recognized, /5.

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This systematic revision of the Bridge Creek flora is based on large collections of megafossil specimens from the John Day and Crooked River basins. The flora was found to be more diverse than previously recognized, with at least species.

Now, a new generation offers this outstanding revision of the 33 Ma Oligocene Bridge Creek Flora of the John Day Formation, Oregon. Early paleobotanical treatments of the Bridge Creek flora, in the later 's and earliest 's, were by workers such as Knowlton, Lesquereux, and Newberry.

The Eocene-Oligocene Transition by Donald R. Prothero (The Critical Moments and Perspectives in Paleobiology and Earth History Series). The Oligocene Bridge Creek Flora of the John Day Formation, Oregon by Herbert W.

Meyer, Steven R. Manchester (University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, Vol ). The Oligocene Bridge Creek Flora of the John Day Formation, Oregon: Herbert W. Meyer, Steven R. Manchester: Books - or: Herbert W. Meyer, Steven R. Manchester. Early Oligocene paleoenvironment of a paleosol from the lower part of the John Day Formation near Clarno, Oregon.

Oregon Geology v. 53, p. Goldich, S.S.,   Location: Oregon, USA Formation: Big Basin Member of the John Day Formation Age: Oligocene (33 Ma) The fossil plants of the Big Basin Member in the John Day Basin are only about a million years younger than the fossils of Florissant, but that brief interval of time encompasses one of the most important periods of change in the Cenozoic.

THE OLIGOCENE FOSSIL CAUDATES OF OREGON: CLASSIFICATION, ANALYSIS, AND INSIGHTS ON THE PALEOECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION BIOLOGY OF PACIFIC NEWTS by JOHN JOSEPH JACISIN III A THESIS Presented to the Department of Geological Sciences and the Graduate School of the University of Oregon in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of.

Many of the oldest definitive members of the Rosaceae are present in the Eocene upland floras of the Okanogan Highlands of northeastern Washington State and British Columbia, Canada.

Over a dozen rosaceous taxa representing extant and extinct genera of all four traditionally recognized subfamilies are known from flowers, fruits, wood, pollen, and especially by: Mahonia is a genus with an East Asia-North America disjunct distribution today.

Although Mahonia has a rich fossil record in North America dating back from Eocene to Miocene and some Oligocene to Pleistocene fossils from Europe, few fossils have been reported from East Asia. Here, three compressed fossil leaflets are described as a new species Mahonia ningmingensis Hu et Chen n.

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Dunn Department of Biology, University of Washington, Box. Platanus condonii. From Wikispecies. Oligocene; John Day Formation; Oregon, USA. Type material. Lectotype: Meyer Herbert W.

& Manchester Steven R. () "The Oligocene Bridge Creek flora of the John Day Formation, Oregon." University of California .The normal mean age of the MRCA of Cedrela was set to Myr with a SD of 1 and a 95% CI of –, based on leaflets and seeds of Cedrela merillii from the Oligocene Bridge Creek Flora of the John Day Formation, Oregon, by: Platanus exaspera Meyer & Manchester, Synonyms.

Platanus aspera Newberry, pro parte; Tilia aspera (Newberry) Lamotte, pro parte; Tilia oregona LaMotte, pro parte; Type locality. Oligocene; John Day Formation; Oregon, USA. Type material.

Holotype: Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, Florida, USA UF