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Late Cenozoic Grasses and Other Angiosperms From Kansas, Nebraska, and Colorado

Kansas Geological Survey.

Late Cenozoic Grasses and Other Angiosperms From Kansas, Nebraska, and Colorado

Biostratigraphy and Relationships to Living Taxa.

by Kansas Geological Survey.

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SeriesKansas Geological Survey Bulletin -- 218
ContributionsThomasson, J.
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Albian-Cenomanian and Arrival of Angiosperms. In the middle Cretaceous, land areas extended northward to 75°N. In these latitudes, prior to the arrival of angiosperms near the end of the Albian, forests were conifer dominated with Podozamites, Arthrotaxopsis, and Elatocladus being the most common foliage (Smiley, , , a,b; Samylina, , ; Spicer and Parrish, , . Thomasson JR. () Late Cenozoic grasses and other angiosperms from Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado: Biostratigraphy and relationships to living taxa. Kansas Geological Survey, Bulletin No. University of Kansas Publications, Lawrence, Kansas, U.S.A., 68 pp. Zuloaga FO, Morrone O, Author: Mary E. Barkworth, Ana María Cialdella, Kanchi Gandhi.

The first equid remains are reported from sediments at the late Miocene Ogallala stratotype locality (Joseph R Thomasson Site 9a=JRT Site 9a) of the Prolithospermum johnstonii-Nassella pohlii Assemblage Zone in Ellis County, Kansas. The two specimens were recovered from a diatomaceous marl unit approximately in the middle of the zone and consist of a right lower fourth premolar (Rp4) . A new name, Piptochaetium fuscum, is provided for a taxon hitherto known as Piptochaetium setosum (Trin.) Arechav. Morphological, anatomical, and molecular studies that argue against including Piptochaetium in Stipa, and hence use of S. purpurata (Phil.) Columbus & J.P. Sm., are : Mary E. Barkworth, Ana María Cialdella, Kanchi Gandhi.

RAVEN P H D I AXELROD Angiosperm biogeography and past continental from BIOL at Georgia Institute Of Technology. As a montane region, Yunnan has more than Cenozoic sedimentary basins, many of which have yielded Cenozoic strata that bear plant fossils (Ge and Li, ).The region archives at least 20 megafossil floras, ranging from the early Oligocene to late Pliocene ().However, these fossil floras rarely attracted attention before the beginning of the last by:


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Climatic evolution of the Mediterranean Sea during the last million years, Sedimentary Geol Intensive development of the aquifer for agriculture began in the s, and now supports an estimated million acres of irrigated land in the states of Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming (McGuire, ).

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The book is divided into two parts; Part I deals with the Principles of Angiosperm Taxonomy and Part II deals with families. The book is amply illustrated with examples.

Some of the important chapters in Part I comprise Different Classifications, Nomenclature, Biosystematics, Modern Trends 1/5(4).Title: Berriochloa gabei and Berriochloa huletti (Gramineae; Stipeae), two new grass species from the late Miocene Ash Hollow formation of Nebraska and Kansas Author: Thomasson, J.R.

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