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Updated Stanely (was Re: )
At 06:41 PM 4/14/99 EDT, Dan Varner wrote:
>In a message dated 99-04-14 18:17:07 EDT, you write:
><< Can anyone reccomend a good introductory book or paper(s) for someone
>trying to get a handle on the basic sequence stratigraphy of the western
> Try Steven Stanley, _Earth and Life Through Time_, 1989, W.H.Freeman and
>Co. Page 511+ As for Ichthyornis, good luck. You may want to contact Larry
>Martin. Dan Varner.
Stanley's textbook has been greatly updated, and now is called:
Stanley, S.M. 1999. Earth System History. W.H. Freeman and Co. 615 pp.
It comes with an interactive CD-Rom, which has as one of its animations the
development of a Western Interior transgression-regression event.
However, none of the editions of Stanley actual have good *sequence*
stratigraphy for the Western Interior seaway. I know there was a volume
(from the Geological Survey of Canada) a few years back with a LOT of papers
on the geology & paleo of the Western Interior Seaway (including papers by
Bakker and by Dale Russell): I don't have that volume, but could look it up.
Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
Vertebrate Paleontologist Webpage: http://www.geol.umd.edu
Dept. of Geology Email:email@example.com
University of Maryland Phone:301-405-4084
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