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Oreodonts of the Tick Canyon Formation, southern California

David P. Whistler

Oreodonts of the Tick Canyon Formation, southern California

by David P. Whistler

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Published by University of California Museum of Paleontology in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tick Canyon Formation (Calif.),
  • California.
    • Subjects:
    • Merychyus.,
    • Paleontology -- Miocene.,
    • Paleontology -- California.,
    • Tick Canyon Formation (Calif.)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby David P. Whistler.
      SeriesPaleobios,, no. 1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE701 .P46 no. 1
      The Physical Object
      Pagination14 p.
      Number of Pages14
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5637169M
      LC Control Number68064957

      , David Whistler, Oreodonts of the Tick Canyon Formation, Southern California‎, page s.n.: There is a very small wear facet on the tip of the first lophid. , Yohannes Haile-Selassie and Giday WoldeGabriel, Ardipithecus Kadabba: Late Miocene Evidence from the Middle Awash, Ethiopia ‎ [3], . Conduct public hearings and submit applications to Local Agency Formation Commission for consideration; Evaluate Annexation of Spring Canyon,Tick Canyon, Tesoro and Skyline Ranch. The City is currently evaluating homeowner interest in the annexations of Spring Canyon, Tick Canyon, Tesoro and Skyline Ranch developments. Year 4: Goal for

      Texas Canyon is conveniently located just north of Los Angeles, and has a quick, minute approach. With lots of colorful action photos, maps and overview photos, this book is easy to use and fun. Grab a copy and check it out! Texas Canyon Climbing Guide; Louie Anderson; Color. pages. ISBN: . Tick Canyon Wash is fed by a number of small tributaries throughout the site. Tick Canyon lies between Mint Canyon to the west and Tapia and Spring Canyons to the east. The Project site displays prominent north-to-northeast trending ridges with secondary northwest-to-west oriented ridges descending to the canyon floor. Within the ProjectFile Size: KB.

      Canyon can be seen both on land (usually called River Canyons) and on the ocean floors (also called submarine canyons). Canyons are also known as gorges, or mountain canyons. River canyons form when the pressure of a river cuts a deep and narrow channel through its bed. Rivers usually flow from high elevation to low elevation. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Sierra Pelona Ridge.: Sierra Pelona Ridge, also known as Sierra Pelona Mountains — of the central Transverse Ranges System, and primarily within the Angeles National Forest, in Southern California.; Located in northwestern Los Angeles County, supporting an ecotone of California chaparral and woodlands and Mojave Desert habitats.


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Oreodonts of the Tick Canyon Formation, southern California by David P. Whistler Download PDF EPUB FB2

Oreodonts of the Tick Canyon Formation, southern California, (Paleobios) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Southern California book P Whistler (Author)Author: David P Whistler.

the Tick Canyon Formation of the Soledad Basin, California, and is related to oreodonts that occur in late Arikareean faunas in the Great Plains and New Mexico. Inasmuch as. Tick Canyon - Sterling Borax Mine, California. Looking south down Tick Canyon from above Davenport Road and the old Sterling Borax Mine dumps (photo taken 10/30/) Tick Canyon is located in the northern part of Los Angeles County.

Tick Canyon creek empties into the Santa Clara River in Soledad Canyon just east of the intersection of Shadow Pines Blvd and Highway 14 in northeastern Canyon.

Download book. Download PDF Download All Download JPEG Download Text A new rodent genus (Family Heteromyidae) from the Tick Canyon formation of California. Vol Page Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences. Southern California. Conglomerate-clast analysis, sandstone petrology, and detrital zircon age data determine the provenance and correlation of the Middle Miocene Mint Canyon and Caliente Formations.

The rocks of the upper Tick Canyon area comprise pre-Cretaceous crystalline complex ("basement complex"), the Oligocene (?) Vasquez formation, the Miocene Tick Canyon formation, the upper Miocene Mint Canyon formation, and Quaternary terrace deposits, alluvial fan material, and stream deposits.

The oldest rocks are schists and gneisses, intruded by granitic : Joseph Harold Birman. The main formations in Tick Canyon (from the mouth to the head) are the Mint Canyon formation, the Tick Canyon formation, the Vasquez formation, and a basement complex.

The Mint Canyon formation (middle Miocene) consist of terrestrial deposits from streams and lakes consisting mostly of sandstone and conglomerate with some claystone.

The upper Tick Canyon area, approximately seven square miles in extent, lies between Agua Dulce Canyon and Mint Canyon in the easternmost pelt of the Ventura Basin in southern California. This area was mapped in detail on a scale of feet to one inch and the stratigrephic and structural relationships of the exposed rocks were : Carel Otte.

Includes area east of Tick Canyon and in upper Agua Dulce Canyon mapped by Oakeshott () as Mint Canyon Formation but shown by Jahns and Muehlberger () and Dibblee (b,c) as Tick Canyon.

The Tick Canyon consists of up to m of clay, siltstone, sandstone, and conglomerate, derived in large part from erosion of the underlying Vasquez. The nonmarine Mint Canyon Formation of middle to late Miocene age disconformably caps the Tick Canyon, and lies directly on the Vasquez where the Tick Canyon is by: The composite Tick Canyon fauna as presently known is as follows: a heteromyid rodent, Trogomys rupinimenthae Reeder,a rabbit, Archaeolagus acaricolus Dawson,two oreodonts, Merychyus (Merychyus) calaminthus Jahns,and Merychyus (Merychyus) jahnsi (this paper), a camel, Miolabis californicus Maxson,and a stenomyline camel (previously unpublished.

Tick Canyon, Lang, Los Angeles Co., California, USA: Reference: Masimer, G.E. () Tick Canyon revisited. Gems and Minerals: 22; Murdoch, Joseph ( To locate a specific author, title or subject, use your browser’s “Find” feature. 30, (OUT OF PRINT) 6 pp. GREENWALD, M.T. Leidyosuchus canadensis (Crocodilia: Crocodylidae) from the Early Paleocene of Montana.

29, (OUT OF PRINT) 22 pp. MUNTHE, J. The Hemingfordian mammal fauna of the Vedder locality Branch Canyon Formation, Santa Barbara, California. Tick Canyon Camel (Maxson ) Sand Canyon Whale Castaic Bison () Canyon Country Oreodonts (Whistler ) Newhall Ranch Bivalve Sand Canyon Marine Fossils x3 Fish Canyon Scallops Pico Formation (Squires ) Fossilized Whale Rib Bones Sand Canyon.

The maiden issue of UCMP’s paleontology journal, PaleoBios, was published on Jand highlighted David Whistler’s article on “Oreodonts of the Tick Canyon Formation, Southern California.”.

Table of contents for Introduction to the geology of southern California and its native plants / Clarence A. Hall, Jr. ; photography by Lauri L. Holbrook.

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. The Vedder fauna is a Hemingfordian (middle Miocene) assemblage of land mammals from the dominantly marine Branch Canyon Formation in the Transverse Ranges of southern California.

Five species of extinct rodents (Eomys sp., Pseudotheridomys cuyamensis n. sp., Mookomys cf. altifluminus, Proheteromys sulculus, and Proheteromys magnus) from the Vedder locality.

CULTURAL RESOURCES Southern California Draft RTP PEIR Association of Governments December Table Significant Fossil Localities in the SCAG Region Location Fossil Type Formations Octillo Area (Shell Canyon, Coyote Mountains, Painted.

Get this from a library. Introduction to the geology of southern California and its native plants. [Clarence A Hall] -- With its active fault systems, complex landforms, and myriad natural habitats, southern California boasts a rich and dynamic geologic environment.

This. The USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) publishes a set of the most commonly used topographic maps of the U.S. called US Topo that are separated into rectangular quadrants that are printed at "x29" or larger. Tick Canyon is covered by the Mint Canyon, CA US Topo Map quadrantOak Spring Canyon: mi.

Get this from a library! Introduction to the geology of southern California and its native plants. [Clarence A Hall] -- This volume introduces the theories, facts, and principles defining modern earth science with an up-to-date integration of the present state of knowledge regarding the geologic architecture and.from the Tick Canyon Formation at CIT locality in the Mint Canyon area of southern California (locality stated incorrectly to Downloaded by [] at 06 November the colemanite occurs in finer-grained sediments between basalt flows near the top of the vasquez fm.

east of the tick canyon fault. the main colemanite bed is up to 30 ft thick; about ft long that is enclosed and intermixed with shale.

the bed strikes near north dipping about 70s on the north flank of a syncline punging gently sw.