|LC Classifications||QE 191 L318 1984 thesis|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||188|
In book: IUGS Subcommission on Silurian Stratigraphy: Field Meeting, Oslo Region (pp) Silurian paleontology and stratigraphy of the Hudson Bay lowlands in western Québec. Silurian Paleontology and Stratigraphy of the Hudson Bay Lowlands in Western Quebec; Larsson, Sven Y. Silurian Reefs of Southwestern Ontario; McNabb, A.D. Stratigraphy and Petrology of the Silurian Guelph Goat Island and Gasport Formations, Moore and Enniskillen Townships, Lambton County; Hughson, Robert Carl; University of Western Ontario, The thickest section is toward the centre of Hudson Bay where between 6, feet of Phanerozoic strata have been variously interpreted by geophysical surveys. The Hudson Bay Basin is separated from the smaller James Bay Basin in the Southern Hudson Bay Lowland by the Patricia Arch. The Bell Arch is the bounding feature on the north. xii HUDSON BAY REGION RESEARCH Godfrey S. Nowlan Lower Paleozoic Micropaleontology, Paleontology and Stratigraphy of the Hudson Bay Region _____ Sharon Smith & Larry Dyke Permafrost Characterization, Western Hudson Bay _____ Graham Young, Robert Elais, David Rudkin, Godfrey Nowlan.
Localities of the Hudson Bay material. A summary of the Palaeozoic Hudson Bay Basin and the Lower Silurian stratigraphy was given recently by Jin (, ) and will not be repeated e it to note that the parastrophinid shells, described in this paper as Protanastrophia repanda gen. et sp. nov. (), occur as a relatively minor component of a numerically rich, taxonomically diverse. The stratigraphic position and the age of the Ordovician organic-rich intervals in the northern Hudson Bay, Hudson Strait, and Foxe basins—evidence from graptolites. Shunxin Zhang, a John F. Riva b. a Canada–Nunavut Geoscience Office, PO Box , Inuksugait IV, . Reefs of the Lower Silurian Chicotte Formation are the largest and most faunally diverse known on Anticosti Island, Quebec. They reach up to 25 m in thickness and m in diameter and are present predominantly at two intervals, forming a lower and upper reef cluster. Remnants of bioherms are represented on the present-day wave-cut terrace as 60 to m diameter, subcircular erosional. Rigby, J. K. and B. D. E. Chatterton. Middle Silurian Ludlovian and Wenlockian sponges from Baillie-Hamilton and Cornwallis Islands, Arctic Canada. Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin Rigby, J. K. A new anthaspidellid sponge from the Silurian of Lake Timiskaming, Quebec. Journal of Paleontology Rigby, J. K.
Devonian am m onoids of A m erica. Geological Society o f A m erica, Special Pa pp. Nelson, S.J., Ordovician paleontology o f northern Hudson Bay Lowland. Geological Society o f A m erica, M em pp. Nelson, S.J., Ordovician stratigraphy of northern Hudson Bay Lowland. Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. Home; Contact. Nature COOPER. B.N. Trilobites from the lower Champlainian formations of the Appalachian Valley. Geologi- cal Society of America. Memoir COOPER. G.A. Young stages of the Devonian trilobite Dipleura dekayi Green. Journal of Paleontology 9: CUMMING. L.M Ordovician strata of the Hudson Bay Lowlands. Reexamination and serial sectioning of the type material of Reticularia septentrionalis Whiteaves and Meristina expansa Whiteaves , from the Silurian (upper Llandovery) Attawapiskat Formation, Ekwan River, Hudson Bay Lowlands, indicate that they belong to the same species and that they can be assigned to the genus described species are also identical to.