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Pleistocene vertebrates of the Los Angeles basin and vicinity

Wade E. Miller

Pleistocene vertebrates of the Los Angeles basin and vicinity

(exclusive of Rancho La Brea)

by Wade E. Miller

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Published by Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History] in [Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Places:
  • California,
  • Los Angeles Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Vertebrates, Fossil -- California -- Los Angeles Region.,
    • Paleontology -- Pleistocene.,
    • Paleontology -- California -- Los Angeles Region.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 119-124.

      Statementby Wade E. Miller.
      SeriesBulletin of the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, science: no. 10
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQH1 .L982 no. 10
      The Physical Object
      Pagination124 p.
      Number of Pages124
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4421588M
      LC Control Number79025980

      CULTURAL RESOURCES Southern California Draft RTP PEIR and most of the Los Angeles Basin is composed of these sedimentary deposits. Paleontological resources are most Spanning the period from the end of the Pleistocene to approximately 6, BC. The occurrence of the fossil remains of Pleistocene vertebrates in the caves of Barren county, Kentucky. ([Lexington, Ky., University of Kentucky], ), by William S. Webb and W. D. Funkhouser (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) A descriptive catalogue of the .

      Presumed paludal and alluvial deposits in a small mountain basin in north central Utah have yielded the first terrestrial Pleistocene fauna from the state. Twenty-five mammalian and four nonmammalian species are present, most of which have not previously been reported as fossils from Utah. At 6, feet the elevation of this site is much too high to have been part of the Lake Bonneville Cited by: Public Comments. Administrative Record. Project Description: The Hollywood Center Project is a mixed-use development on an approximately acre site, generally bounded by Yucca Street on the north, Ivar Avenue on the west, Argyle Avenue on the east, and adjacent development and Hollywood Boulevard on the south, and bifurcated by Vine portion of the Project Site located between.

      We combine the principles of sequence stratigraphy and syntectonic (growth) stratigraphy to assess deformation of the central Los Angeles (LA) basin from the late Pleistocene to the present. Sequence stratigraphy provides temporally correlative horizons that define the activity and structural kinematics of folds and underlying blind-thrust faults. 4.C.1 PALEONTOLOGICAL RESOURCES Alluvial deposits accumulated on top of the earlier marine deposits of the Los Angeles Basin during the Quaternary period (approximately million years ago to present). Pleistocene deposits in the Project vicinity have often been found to contain mammals of Pleistocene Size: KB.


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In addition, the terminal Pleistocene barrier beaches in Swansea bay have sufficient mass to. MILLER W.E. - Pleistocene Vertebrates of the Los Angeles Basin and vicinity (exclusive of Rancho La Brea). Bulletin of Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, Science, p.

MONES A. & CASl'IGLIONI L.R. - Additions to the knowledge of fossil rodents of Uruguay (Mammalia, Rodentia).Cited by: Most of the outcrops in the Chapala rift basin are Miocene-Pleistocene volcanic rocks, but more than m of lacustrine sediments are exposed on its northern flank.

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Morton, P.K.,Preliminary geologic map of the southwest quarter of the Canada Gobernadora quadrangle, Orange County, California: California Division of. Pleistocene vertebrate remains from Dublin Gulch, the Big Creek area, Ketza River and Hungry Creek are of interest because those areas were glaciated.

At Dublin Gulch, north of Mayo, species most commonly represented are horse (38 percent), bison (36 percent), Dall sheep and caribou Cited by: Pleistocene Vertebrates in the British Isles. Stuart Alces animals antlers appear arctic areas assemblages association bear birds Bison bones bovids Britain British Isles British Pleistocene cave changes climatic closely Cold Stage common Corbet crocuta Cromerian Dama deer deposits Desmana Devensian distribution About Google Books.

This may be a result of large variation in clast size as with the upper Pliocene Pico Formation in the northwestern part of the basin and the Upper Fernando Formation in the southwest part of the basin. [8] The Los Angeles Basin contains what is known as the "Great Unconformity" which has been interpreted as a large scale erosional event in the basement rock unit.

The Los Angeles basin is a small, deep Neogene basin located in the northeast portion of the southern California continental borderland. It was formed along a transform margin during early to middle Miocene time, as were numerous basins within the continental borderland south of the Transverse Ranges.

The Origin of Island Mammoths and the Quaternary Land Bridge of the Northern Channel Islands, California1 - Volume 10 Issue 2 - Donald Lee JohnsonCited by: The Los Angeles Basin is notable for its great structural relief and complexity in relation to its geologic youth and small size for its prolific oil production.

Yerkes et al. identify five major stages of the basin's evolution, which began in the Upper Cretaceous and ended in the Pleistocene. Loel, W c and Corey, W H,The Vaqueros Formation, lower Miocene of California: I Paleontology: University of California Pub- lications, Department of Geological Sciences, v.

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Pleistocene vertebrates of the Los Angeles basin and vicinity (exclusive of Rancho La Brea) [] Miller, Wade E. [Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History] Index map superimposed on digital orthophoto map showing Pleistocene Lake Manix, surficial geologic map area (red dashed line), and boundaries of ’ USGS quadrangles.

Green line is the meters above sea level (masl) highstand level that depicts the minimum extent of Lake Manix during the late Pleistocene; western margin isCited by: 1.

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Bulletin of the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History 1 Mills, R. A ground sloth, Megalonyx, from a Pleistocene site in Darke County, Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science 75(3): Morgan, G.S. and R.B. Ridgway.

RID. Fossil Vertebrates from the Late Pleistocene Ingleside Fauna, San Patricio County, Texas, by E. L. Lundelius, Jr. 74 p., 59 figs., 52 tables, 1 plate, Price: $PLEISTOCENE FAUNA OF THE LOS ANGELES BASIN The presence of the pronghorn antelope, Antilocapra cf.

A. americana Ord,in the southern California late Pleistocene fauna of the Los Angeles Basin has previously been documented (Furlong, ) on the basis of five specimens (referable to three individuals) from the asphalt deposits at Rancho.

Miller WE () Pleistocene vertebrates of the Los Angeles Basin and vicinity (exclusive of Rancho La Brea). Bull Los Angeles Co Mus Nat Hist Sci 1– Google Scholar Mitchell ED () Northeastern Pacific Pleistocene sea by: 4.