2 edition of Upper Eocene flora of Hordle, Hants found in the catalog.
Upper Eocene flora of Hordle, Hants
Marjorie Elizabeth Jane Chandler
|Statement||by Marjorie E.J. Chandler.|
|Series||[Publication -- 360, 363], Publication (Palaeontographical Society (Great Britain)) -- no. 360, etc.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 pts. in 1 (52 p., 8 leaves of plates) :|
|Number of Pages||52|
the upper surface. The central half of the septum edge is distinctly concave. The dentition consists of a series of small, regular teeth, up to eight in number, which occupy the concave central section. A very slight upper tooth, immediately adapical to the concave section, is also present in a few specimens. The outer lip is smooth within. Guide to the Enchanted New Forest. The Enchanted New Forest, a magical map by Jurys Inns. Find out more about the places in the Enchanted map below.
The Student's Elements of Geology by Sir Charles Lyell Part 5 out of The Upper Miocene flora of Oeningen is peculiarly important, in consequence of Upper Eocene formations in the Isle of Wight are described in the sixteenth chapter. LOWER MIOCENE OF CENTRAL FRANCE. NEW FOREST DISTRICT COUNCIL. THE NEW FOREST DISTRICT (HORDLE LANE, HORDLE (PROHIBITION OF WAITING) ORDER On 13 th February New Forest District Council, acting as agent to the Highway Authority, Hampshire County Council made a Traffic Regulation Order as follows: . EFFECT OF ORDER: To introduce waiting restrictions as .
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Hordle Cliff consists of relatively soft, sand and clay cliffs of fossiliferous Upper Eocene strata on the English Channel coast of the south of England. They contain the well-preserved remains of turtles, crocodiles, mammals and Swamp-Cypress trees, that lived about 40 million years ago in a formerly warmer climate.
It was published in the "Upper Eocene Flora of Hordle, Hants" (Palaeontrographical Society, ). We would acknowledge any information about where such collection could be housed. Relevant answer. The Flora of the Brandon Lignite: Geological Aspects and a Comparison of the Flora with its Modern Equivalents.
Thesis, Hants book University, Cambridge, Mass., pp. Szafer, W., Miocene flora from Stare Gliwice in Upper by: Scanning electron microscopy investigations of middle to late Eocene pollen Upper Eocene flora of Hordle the Changchang Basin (Hainan Island, South China) – Insights.
Abstract. A comparative analysis of the seed morphology and anatomy of fossil and extant Rutaceae (mainly Zanthoxyleae and Toddalioideae) is allows to place the most important fossil taxa in a time-table and on paleogeographical by: detailed map of Hordle and near places Welcome to the Hordle google satellite map.
This place is situated in Hampshire County, South East, England, United Kingdom, its geographical coordinates are 50° 45' 0" North, 1° 36' 0" West and its original name (with diacritics) is Hordle. The Upper Eocene Flora of Hordle, Hants. Monographs of the Palaeontographical Society, London.
By Miss Marjorie E.J. Chandler. 52pp. with an index. [With a large floral list and with eight plates of seeds and fruits]. Extract from the Introduction (p.1). Three vertebrae discovered in the Barton Clay of Hampshire are described and assigned to two archaeocete whales: the short-bodied dolphin-like Zygorhiza and the large serpentine is the first record of the latter genus outside North by: 3.
Vectaraneus yulei gen. et sp. nov., upper Eocene, Bembridge Marls, Isle of Wight; holotype part and counterpart, opisthosoma, dry; A, counterpart, BMBNshowing book-lung lamellae preserved in darker calcite and inﬁll of tracheal sacs.
B, part, BMBNbefore removal of calcite, showing wide spiracle and large. HORDLE, or HORDWELL, a village, a tything, and a parish, in Lymington district, village stands on an eminence, near the coast, 4 miles S W of Lymington town and r.
station; had salt works at Domesday; and commands a fine view of the Needles and the Isle of Wight. Background: Barton-on-Sea is the type-site for the Bartonian formation of the upper Eocene period and covers the period from about 44 to 37 mya.
It was a marine environment, believed to be similar to that in southeast Asia today. In later stages it became more estuarine as the sea silted up leaving marshes and lagoons.
This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Part IX Part IX Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN: Seller Inventory # The Upper Eocene, comprising the Barton and Upper Bagshot Formations.
Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society, London, 44, [Information on the New Forest, particularly 19th Century railway cuttings between Christchurch and Brockenhurst.]. Dogwoods evolved in two main lineages, a red-fruited line in which the inflorescences have basal bracts, and a blue-(or white-)fruited line in which the bracts are rudimentary or lacking.
The 15 “red-line” species are mostly well marked, whereas “blue-line” species—numbering roughly 50 if some newer treatments be accepted—are mostly hard to tell Cited by: Full text of "Catalogue of the books, manuscripts, maps and drawings in the British museum (Natural history)." See other formats.
The eastern Asian (EAS)–eastern North American (ENA) floristic disjunction is one of the best-known biogeographic patterns in the Northern Hemisphere. Recent paleontological and molecular analyses have illuminated the origins of the biogeographic pattern, but subsequent diversification and evolution of the disjunct floras in each of the two continents after isolation Cited by: Parts I-III (pp, 12 pls); plus Chandler The Upper Eocene Flora of Hordle, Hants.
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