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Flora and fauna of the Wannagan Creek quarry, Late Paleocene of North America
Bruce R. Erickson
|Statement||by Bruce R. Erickson.|
|Series||Scientific publications of the Science Museum of Minnesota ;, new ser., vol. 7, no. 3|
|Contributions||Science Museum of Minnesota.|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .S2683 vol. 7, no. 3, QE692 .S2683 vol. 7, no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. :|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||92186828|
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FLORA AND FAUNA OF THE WANNAGAN CREEK QUARRY: LATE PALEOCENE OF NORTH AMERICA By Bruce R. Erickson INTRODUCTION The Wannagan Creek Quarry flora and fauna make up one of the most complete assem blages of Paleocene megafossils in North America. It is significant that all classes of ver.
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THE WANNAGAN CREEK QUARRY AND ITS REPTILIAN FAUN A (BULLION CREEK FORMATION, PALEOCENE) IN BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA Wannagan Creek fauna inhabited the flood basin. Mild abrasion is expressed from the Late Paleocene of North Dakota: Scientific publication of.
The Wannagan Creek site is a fossil site found just west of the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park of North Dakota, nuevhogarconsulting.com site is Paleocene in age, approximately 60 million years old.
Paleontologists of Late Paleocene of North America book Science Museum of Minnesota have studied the site for nearly thirty years. The site is thought to represent a paleoenviroment of subtropical swampy lowland and forests.
Bruce R. Erickson (born ) is an American paleontologist and the former Fitzpatrick Chair of Paleontology at the Science Museum of nuevhogarconsulting.com the course of his lifetime and his 55 years as a paleontologist, he has "collected about a million specimens" and discovered fifteen new types of plants and ancient animal species.
His collection includes "a triceratops skeleton" that he. Flora and fauna of the Wannagan Creek quarry, Late Paleocene of North America (Scientific publications of the Science Museum of Minnesota) Flora and fauna of the Wannagan Creek quarry, Late Paleocene of North America (Scientific publications of the Science Museum of Minnesota) Jan 1, by Bruce R Erickson Goodreads Book reviews.
Fossil Lake Wannagan is a new name for a local freshwater lake of undetermined size that existed as part of a floodplain system during the Late Paleocene. It is located in the upper breaks of the badlands of the Little Missouri River in western North Dakota.
Fossil Lake Wannagan is recognized. From the Paleocene of North America. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 7(3) – Erickson, B.R., Erickson, B.R.Crocodile and Arthropod Tracks from the Late Paleocene Wannagan Creek Fauna of North Dakota, USA, Ichnos, The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
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Bruce Erickson Explained. Bruce R. Erickson (born ) is an American paleontologist and the former Fitzpatrick Chair of Paleontology at the Science Museum of nuevhogarconsulting.com the course of his lifetime and his 55 years as a paleontologist, he has "collected about a million specimens" and discovered fifteen new types of plants and ancient animal species.
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