2 edition of The flora of the Citronelle formation found in the catalog.
The flora of the Citronelle formation
Berry, Edward Wilber
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Edward Wilber Berry.|
|Series||Geological Survey professional paper -- 98-L, Shorter contributions to general geology|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||193-208 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||208|
The Alabama Herbarium Consortium was unofficially established as the Flora of Alabama Checklist Committee in in order to create a checklist of all vascular plant species that occur in the state. The AHC is composed of state herbaria and affiliated staff that curate a wealth of data detailing the flora of Alabama. Secondary unit desrciption from USGS Lexicon website (MS) and MS The Citronelle Formation is the most widely distributed unit in the study area, occurring in all 35 quads mapped in south-central MS, and occupying the highest elevations. It is composed of gravel and sandstone with a .
by Kane (). The first of these, Citronelle Formation, evolved from the belief of Cooke (), Doering (), and Pirkle () that the sediments of peninsular Florida correlated to the Citronelle Formation described by Matson () as reddish-orange . For the L. styraciflua crown group, we set an age of 3 MYA on the basis of fossil material (Morris et al. ) from the Citronelle formation of southern Alabama (lognormal distribution, mean , SD , offset 3, range – MYA). For divergence time estimations, the Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) was run for three independent
Citronelle Formation is part of WikiProject Geology, an attempt at creating a standardized, informative, comprehensive and easy-to-use geology resource. If you would like to participate, you can choose to edit this article, or visit the project page for more information. Stub This article has been rated as Stub-Class on the project's quality scale. Low. plant fossil records and paleoclimate analyses of the late Pliocene Citronelle Formation flora, U.S. Gulf Coast. By Palaeontologia Electronica, Debra Z. Stults and Brian Axsmith. Abstract. The late Pliocene was an important time of relatively recent global warmth, and it heralded the end of Neogene Epoch. However.
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The Citronelle Formation is the most widely distributed unit in the study area, occurring in all 35 quads mapped in south-central MS, and occupying the highest elevations. It is composed of gravel and sandstone with a few thin layers of silt or clay. The Pliocene Citronelle Formation of the Gulf Coastal Plain and The Flora of the Citronelle Formation,USGS Professional Paper, PP 98L: pages with 14 plates and 1 figure.
Paperback – January 1, by E. Matson, G. and Berry (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: E. Matson, G. and Berry. Geologic unit mapped in Florida: The Citronelle Formation is widespread in the Gulf Coastal Plain.
The type section for the Citronelle Formation, named by Matson (), is near Citronelle, Alabama. The Citronelle Formation grades laterally, through a broad facies transition, into the Miccosukee Formation of the eastern Florida panhandle.
Coe () investigated the Citronelle Formation in. The Pliocene Citronelle formation of the Gulf Coastal Plain / G.C. Matson --The flora of the Citronelle formation / Edward Wilber Berry. Series Title: Geological Survey (U.S.).; Professional paper; Shorter contributions to general geology, Responsibility: papers by.
The original description of the late Pliocene (Piacenzian) Citronelle Formation flora of south Alabama by Berry (a) included 18 taxa from two by: 2. The type locality of the Citronelle formation, as designated by Matson inis significant mainly because of the exposure of plant-bearing clays near Lamberts Station about 5 miles south of Citronelle, Alabama.
The flora from these clays was correlated with the Pliocene by Berry. The Citronelle Formation is a low-lying formation of the coastal southeastern United States occurring in areas between the panhandle of Florida and eastern Texas.
It consists mostly of oxidized sands with few organic remains; however, rare and scattered unoxidized clay lenses sometimes contain plant fossils. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.
Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books. eBook - FREE. Get this book in print. AbeBooks; On Demand Books; Amazon; Find in a library; All sellers» Shorter contributions to general geology, This study provides detailed descriptions of 23 plant fossil taxa representing 14 woody angiosperm families from the late Pliocene (mid-Piacenzian) Citronelle Formation in coastal Alabama.
This is. Citronella oil is an essential oil that’s made from the distillation of the Asian grass plant in the Cymbopogon genus. This fragrant grass got its name from the French word meaning “lemon balm.
Plant fossils from the Citronelle Formation provide a rare window into the Pliocene flora and climate of the northeastern Gulf of Mexico Coastal Plain.
Many of the taxa recovered to date inhabit. CITRONELLE FORMATION. The Pascagoula and Hattiesburg clays and the Catahoula sandstone are in places overlain by sands, gravels, and clays that from their fossil flora (identified by E.
Berry) are known to be of Pliocene age. These deposits, which heretofore have been called Author: George Carlton Matson. Continued reinvestigation of the Citronelle Formation flora by the authors has resulted in the discovery of several taxa, some of which represent first records (e.g., Liquidambar styraciflua L.
and Platanus occidentalis L.) (Stults, ). Title. The flora of the Raritan formation, Related Titles. Series: Bulletin (Geological Survey of New Jersey) ; 3. Berry, Edward Wilber, Type. Book Material. In the spring of the writer, working under the direction of T. Wayland Vaughan, geologist in charge of Coastal Plain investigations, undertook a study of the later Tertiary formations of the Gulf Coastal Plain.
According to the plans outlined before the work was begun, the beds that had formerly been grouped under the names Lafayette formation and Grand Gulf formation were to be studied. Book: All Authors / Contributors: David White. Find correlation / by F.L. Ransome --The Pliocene Citronelle formation of the Gulf Coastal Plain / by G.C.
Matson --The flora of the Citronelle formation / by E.W. Berry --The Catahoula sandstone / by G.C. Matson --The flora of the Catahoula sandstone / by E.W. Berry --Mechanics of the. This is USGS Professional Paper L, The Pliocene Citronelle Formation of the Gulf Coastal Plain and its Flora.
Published inthis is a scarce and important work, seldom seen or offered on Ebay. This formation is present across parts of northwestern Florida, southern Alabama, southern Mississippi, and a little bit in Rating: % positive.
(PDF) New plant fossil records and paleoclimate analyses of the late Pliocene Citronelle Formation flora, U.S. Gulf Coast | Brian Axsmith - The late Pliocene was an important time of relatively recent global warmth, and it heralded the end of Neogene Epoch.
However, plant fossils from this time are uncom- mon in North America. The flora of the middle Eocene Green River Formation of Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming is strikingly different from the Kisinger Lakes flora, indicating a dry subtropical climate and only a minor biogeographic affinity to Old World taxa.
Green River is warmer than Florissant and represents a lower elevation (MacGinitie, ; Wolfe, ). With a friend, he studied the flora of bogs and swamps, and the boys read U.S. Geological Survey reports and books on botany. He must have studied intensely and thoroughly because even before coming to Baltimore, inhe published about thirty paleobotanical papers display- ing considerable knowledge of the subject and skill in illustrat- ~ng.
The physical conditions and age indicated by the flora of the Alum Bluff formation. Pages; Book Title.
The physical conditions and age indicated by the flora of the Alum Bluff formation. By. Berry, Edward Wilber, Publication Details. Washington,Govt. print. off.,The Pliocene Citronelle Formation of the Gulf Coastal Plain United States Geological Survey, Professional Pa Shorter Contributions to General Geology McAndrews, J.H.
Berti, A.A. Norris, G. ().Citronelle flora climate: Tables TABLE 1. Taxa used in Coexistence Approach analysis (CoA).
= Citronelle Formation combined sites, H=HMR site, LS=Lamberts Station site, PP=Perdido Park site, RB=Red Bluff site, Sc=Scarborough site, Organs recognized per .