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Spatial distribution of Miocene Foraminifera at Calvert Cliffs, Maryland

Martin A. Buzas

Spatial distribution of Miocene Foraminifera at Calvert Cliffs, Maryland

by Martin A. Buzas

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Published by Smithsonian Institution Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Maryland,
  • Calvert Cliffs.
    • Subjects:
    • Foraminifera, Fossil -- Maryland -- Calvert Cliffs.,
    • Paleontology -- Miocene.,
    • Paleontology -- Maryland -- Calvert Cliffs.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 35).

      StatementMartin A. Buzas and Thomas G. Gibson.
      SeriesSmithsonian contributions to paleobiology ;, no. 68
      ContributionsGibson, Thomas G.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE701 .S56 no. 68, QE772 .S56 no. 68
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 35 p. :
      Number of Pages35
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1811349M
      LC Control Number89600314

      TI‑ Spatial distribution of Miocene foraminifera at Calvert Cliffs, Maryland JN‑ Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology PY‑ NO‑ 68 PG‑   Organized by stratigraphic geology, the book covers fossils of the Eastover, St Mary's, Choptank, and Calvert Formations. It illustrates 24 collecting sites and fossil exposures, showing details of in situ specimens, along with maps of 4 Miocene paleoseas and detailed stratigraphic columns for Maryland and northern Virginia.

      Sparse lithic erratics (pebbles to cobbles) sampled from three shallow marine strata deposited during the Middle Miocene Climate Optimum (MMCO, ca. 16–14 Ma) along the western Atlantic margin (exposed in the Calvert Cliffs, Maryland) suggest transport and deposition not from ice but from the roots of trees uprooted during floods and carried out to by:   Calvert Formation; Maryland; Miocene; bivalves; Sign in to follow this. Followers 1. From the album Tertiary. 53 images; 1 comment; 21 image comments; Photo Information for Miocene Clam from Calvert Cliffs, Maryland. Taken with Canon Canon PowerShot A mm 1/60 f f/ ISO View all photo EXIF information.

        From introduction: In the following report the species of Foraminifera found in the Miocene of the Coastal Plain region of the eastern United States from Florida to Maryland are described and recorded. Numerous papers have been published on this region, some of which, however, are largely lists. Where the original material on which a paper was based has not been available for the present Cited by: The paleontology gallery opens with a prehistoric time line that fills the entire entry wall. This large mural includes many iconic fossils from Earth's prehistoric past to show where the fossil from Calvert Cliffs fit into the grand scheme of things. Our exhibits also include original fossils of all the known groups of sea shelled animals that.


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Spatial distribution of Miocene Foraminifera at Calvert Cliffs, Maryland by Martin A. Buzas Download PDF EPUB FB2

Texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.

Open Library. Excavations made in middle Miocene strata in the Calvert Cliffs of Maryland during construction of a nuclear power plant were used for a spatial distribution study of fossil benthic foraminifera over large bedding surfaces.

Spatial Distribution of Miocene Foraminifera at Calvert Cliffs, Maryland Martin A. Buzas and Thomas G, Gibson Introduction Theoretical, experimental, and field studies have demon­ strated that within-habitat spatial patterns are important aspects of the adaptive strategies, survival, and evolution of organisms.

Buzas, Martin A. and Gibson, Thomas G. "Spatial distribution of Miocene foraminifera at Calvert Cliffs, Maryland."Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology.

The Calvert Cliffs are a relatively continuous series of natural, m-( foot-) high outcrops along the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay in Calvert County, Maryland (Fig. 1).The Miocene strata exposed in these cliffs—the canonical Calvert, Choptank, and St.

Marys Formations Maryland book,)—have been the focus of paleontologic and stratigraphic analysis since the late. Calvert Cliffs, Maryland Early Miocene: Burdigalian: Calvert: ~ " Calvert: 3b Statistical counts of the foraminifera-faunas or examination of the their spatial distribution and variation within each of the widespread and thick beds were not undertaken so far.

The images may not even properly represent the content of each. COMMUNITY STRUCTURE OF FORAMINIFERA FROM TWO MIOCENE BEDS AT CALVERT CLIFFS, MARYLAND Martin A. Buzas. Martin A. Buzas * Department of Paleobiology, National Museum of Natural History.

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. USA The statistical distribution of p is defined as the community structure.

To identify community Cited by: SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF FORAMINIFERA IN NEAR SHORE SHELF REGION INTRODUCTION A review of the foraminiferal literature from the beaches and near shore shelf region of western continental margin of India is given in Tables a and b of Chapter 1.

It is clear from this review that beaches/mudflat of the Kachchh region has been studied byFile Size: KB. Miocene Fossil Teeth. People often find fossilized teeth in the Miocene deposits of Maryland.

Fossil shark teeth are commonly found at Calvert Cliffs. However, ancient sharks were not the only animals leaving behind teeth 5 million years ago. Dentition from fish, reptiles, and mammals all occur in the Maryland Miocene. Calvert Cliffs Fossils. by Jeanne D. McLennan The Calvert Cliffs on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay in Calvert County are justly famous as a fossil collecting area.

The fossiliferous deposits belong to the Chesapeake Group of Miocene age. Get this from a library. Spatial distribution of Miocene Foraminifera at Calvert Cliffs, Maryland. [Martin A Buzas; Thomas G Gibson; Smithsonian Institution. Press.]. Location: Calvert Cliffs State Park, Calvert County, Maryland Time: 20 to 10 million years ago, during the Tertiary period About this Famous Find: Drive east through Maryland today and you cross the Appalachian highlands before traveling many miles across low-lying Atlantic Coastal Plain to reach the sea.

The trip to the shore would have been much shorter during the Middle Tertiary (Miocene). Fossil marine mammals from the Miocene Calvert Formation of Maryland and Virginia, Remington Kellogg Instantiates. Fossil marine mammals from the Miocene Calvert Formation of Maryland and Virginia; Publication.

Washington, D.C., Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution | For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., Martin A. Buzas. Smithsonian FORAMINIFERAL AND SEDIMENTOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF MID-MIOCENE SHATTUCK ZONES 10 THROUGH 17 FROM THE CALVERT CLIFFS, MARYLAND.

Spatial distribution of Miocene. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Spatial distribution of Miocene Foraminifera at Calvert Cliffs, Maryland.

View Metadata. Holding Institution: Smithsonian Libraries. Subjects: Calvert Cliffs Foraminifera. Miocene barnacles on scallop shell from Calvert Cliffs, Maryland Miocene Calvert Formation Anonymous beach/Chesapeake Bay Tertiary. 53 images; 1 comment; 21 image comments; Photo Information for Miocene barnacles on scallop shell from Calvert Cliffs, Maryland.

Taken with Canon Canon PowerShot A mm 1/40 f f/ A small sample property of the Cliff-Ord test for spatial correlation / Maxwell L.

King; Spatial diffusion: an historical geography of epidemics in an island community / A.D. Cliff [et al.] Spatial distribution of Miocene Foraminifera at Calvert Cliffs, Maryland [microform] / Martin A. Buzas a. ABSTRACT Shark teeth are the most common vertebrate fossils found along the western shore of Chesapeake Bay at Calvert Cliffs in Maryland.

The stratigraphic distribution of teeth within the cliffs has not yet been documented. We utilized museum collections of in situ teeth to access their distribution within stratigraphic beds and a large selection of float teeth retrieved from Calvert County Cited by: An artificial exposure in the Miocene Calvert and Choptank Formations in the Calvert Cliffs area on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland presented us with an unusual opportunity to.

described by Shattuck () from the Calvert Cliffs in Calvert County, southern Maryland. This formation is the lowermost unit of the Chesapeake Group, and ranges early to middle Miocene. The strike of the Calvert is to the southwest, and while dip seems to be variable throughout the.

The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Spatial distribution of Miocene Foraminifera at Calvert Cliffs, Maryland.

View Metadata. By: Buzas, Martin A. - Gibson, Thomas G. Subjects: Calvert Cliffs Foraminifera, Fossil. Herein we propose and justify the use of the log-series distribution (with regression on the information decomposition equation) as a null model for determination of community structure and demonstrate that the community structure of a Miocene bed at Calvert Cliffs, Maryland, is a log series by use of this new unified by: Buzas, Martin A.

"Community structure of foraminifera from two Miocene beds at Calvert Cliffs, Maryland." Journal of Foraminiferal Research 34 (3)– Buzas, Martin A. and Culver, Stephen J. "Time components of communities." Journal of Foraminiferal Research 34 (1):1–8.