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fossils and palæontological affinities of the Neocomian deposits of Upware and Brickhill (Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire)

being the Sedgwick prize essay for the year 1879

by Walter Keeping

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Published by University Press in Cambridge [England] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paleontology -- England -- Cambridgeshire,
  • Paleontology -- England -- Bedfordshire,
  • Paleontology -- Cretaceous

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Walter Keeping.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 167 p., 8 leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages167
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23376455M

    The fossils and palæontological affinities of the Neocomian deposits of Upware and Brickhill (Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire): being the Sedgwick prize essay for the year / View Metadata By: Keeping, Walter. A)Fossils are found only in sedimentary rock. B)In the Syracuse area, dinosaur bones are located deep below the Earth's surface. C)The dinosaurs were mobile and left no remains in the Syracuse area. D)No rock record exists in the Syracuse area for the time period when the dinosaurs lived. statement best explains why dinosaur fossils.

    Abstract ‘Sphinctozoa’ Steinmann (Porifera, chambered sponges), including ‘Thalamida’ de Laubenfels, is a polyphyletic and nearly completely extinct group of taxonomically different sponges that evolved independently several times during the history of the Earth, with only a single Recent extant genus (Vaceletia).They are characterized by an external rigid skeleton and a chambered Cited by: Note on some Brachiopoda Collected by Mr. Judd from the Jurassic Deposits of the East Coast of ScotlandQ. Jl geoL Soc. Lond., 29, A Monograph of the British Fossil Brachiopoda, IV. Palaeontogr. 3oc. [Monogr]., KI~EmNG, W. The Fossils and Palaeontolog&al Affinities of the Neocomian Deposits of Upware and by: 5.

    Jullien, J., Dragages du 'Travailleur'. Bryozoaires, Espèces draguées dans l'Océan Atlantique en Bulletin de la Société zoologique de France 7: Keeping, Walter., The Fossils and Palaeontological Affinities of the Neocomian Deposits of Upware and Brickhill . The Fossils And Paleontological Affinities Of The Neocomian Deposits Of Upware And Brickhill (), Walter Keeping Hospital Projects - Zarina Bhimji, Tania Kovats, Catherine Yass, Tania Guha, Jeremy Millar Contract law, Chris Turner.


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