Downtonian and Devonian vertebrates of Spitsbergen

part I, family Cephalaspidae
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Cephalaspidae., Paleontology -- Norway -- Svalbard., Paleontology -- Devo

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StatementErik Andersson Stensiö.
SeriesThe History of paleontology, History of paleontology., Skrifter (Norsk polarinstitutt)
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LC ClassificationsQ115 .N896 nr. 12 1980, QE852.O5 .N896 nr. 12 1980
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Pagination2 v. ;
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Open LibraryOL4405499M
ISBN 100405127464
LC Control Number79008353

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The Downtonian and Devonian vertebrates of Spitsbergen ~ Fig. Local geology of Hesteskoholmen and surrounding areas. Arrow points to the new vertebrate locality island Hesteskoholmen.

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The vertebrate-bearing bed is one of two sandstone beds interbedded in the conglomerate in this area, and the only one known to have by: 4. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

"The Downtonian and Devonian vertebrates of Spitsbergen" was published in 10 parts between and Parts issued as: Skrifter om Svalbard og Ishavet, nr. 22, 23, 40, 52, 72; parts as: Skrifter / Norges Svalbard- og Ishavs-undersøkelser, nr.

82 and 85; parts as: Skrifter Norsk polarinstitutt, nr. 97 and The Downtonian and Devonian vertebrates of Spitsbergen.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Høeg, Ove Arbo, Downtonian and Devonian flora of Spitsbergen. Oslo, I komnnsjon hos J. Dybwad, The Downtonian and Devonian vertebrates of Spitsbergen. I, Family Cephalaspidae.

By Erik A:son Stensi. PALEOZOIC LOWER VERTEBRATES In this paper, brief descriptions are also given of (a) Macrope­ talichthys scheii KrÆR ±rom Ellesmere Land, which had been placed in a new genus, Ellopetalichthys n. g.; (b) certain Acanthodian jaw -bones from the Upper Middle Devonian of Mimerdalen, Spitsbergen.

Abstract. The following material is described: (a) a climatiid shoulder girdle from the Old Red of Podolia and the British Lower Old Red Sandstone, and (b) isc. Book PDF Available.

Previous studies of the Lower Devonian Red Bay Group analysed the earliest Devonian vertebrate record in Spitsbergen (e.g., The Downtonian and Devonian vertebrates of. Books by Language.

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A diverse and well-preserved vertebrate fauna occurs in Early Devonian rocks of the Delorme Formation in the. The Downtonian and Devonian vertebrates of Spitsbergen.

IX, Morphologie and systematic studies of the Spitsbergen cephalaspids. Skr. norsk Polarinst. This content is only available as a PDF.

The Downtonian and Devonian vertebrates of Spitsbergen. IV, Suborder Cyathaspida. By Johan Kiær. Download PDF (3 MB) Topics: geology The Downtonian and Devonian vertebrates of Spitsbergen.

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By Johan Kiær. Vertebrate Microfossils as Tool in Stratigraphy: A Study of the Lower Devonian Andrée Land Group, Spitsbergen Book January with 67 Reads How we measure 'reads'. the downtonian and devonian vertebrates of spitsbergen.

viii. the english-norwegian-swedish expedition geological results by sven fØyn and anatol heintz with 3 plates and 18 textpigures oslo i kommisjon hos jacob dybwad The Devonian (/ d ɪ ˈ v oʊ.

n i. ən, d ə- d ɛ-/ dih-VOH-nee-ən, də- deh-) is a geologic period and system of the Paleozoic, spanning 60 million years from the end of the Silurian, million years ago (Mya), to the beginning of the Carboniferous, Mya. It is named after Devon, England, where rocks from this period were first studied.

The first significant adaptive radiation. The Downtonian and Devonian Vertebrates of Spitsbergen. Two new species of the genus Pteraspis from the Wood Bay Series in Spitsbergen.

13 S. The Downtonian and Devonian Vertebrates of Spitsbergen. VIII—The English-Norwegian-Swedish Expedition Geological Results. Norges Svalbard-og Ishavs-Undersøk., Skr. The importance of vertebrates for the correlations of the Silurian and Lower-Middle Devonian sediments of the USSR.

In Menner, V. (ed.) Stratigraphy of the Lower and Middle Devonian. Contributions to the III International Symposium on the Silurian-Devonian boundary and stratigraphy of the Lower and Middle Devonian (Leningrad ) Vol.

2, The morphology and function of the seismo-sensory system of agnathans (Agnatha: Heterostraci) are analyzed. This system has been reconstructed in Cyathaspidiformes and Amphiaspidiformes. The seismo-sensory system of agnathans was compared with the lateral line system of fishes: the difference between these systems in the density of seismo-sensory lines and the contribution level of these.

The Downtonian and Devonian vertebrates of Spitsbergen. Suborder Cyathaspida. Tribe Poraspidei, family Poraspidae Kiaer by Johan Kiaer (Book) 5 editions published between and in English and held by 9 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

For the first time, dipnoan remains are described from the Devonian of Spitsbergen. According to the stratigraphy and the associated vertebrate fauna, they are considered as Late Emsian-Early. A new downtonian fauna in the sandstone series of the Kristiania area: a preliminary report.

Videnskapsselskabet i Christiania: 1, Matematisk-Naturvidenskabelig Klasse, Skrifter Videnskapsselskapets Skrifter, I. Mat.-Naturv. nce page. Kiaer, J. The Downtonian fauna of Norway. Anaspida, with a geological introduction.

"The Devonian and Downtonian vertebrates of Spitsbergen. Family Cephalaspidae." Skrifer om Svalbard og Ishavet, no. 12, pp. [Cephalaspids; Osteostraci] Stensiö, E.A. "Les Cyclostomes fossiles ou Ostracodermes." Wängsjö, G. "The Downtonian and Devonian vertebrates of Spitsbergen.

Morphologic and systematic studies. The evolution of trees in the Middle and Late Devonian was a key stage in the biological evolution of the Earth system (e.g., Le Hir et al., ) affecting the atmosphere, pedogenic processes, sediment transport, and terrestrial main early tree types have been identified: archaeopteridaleans, pseudosporochnaleans, and lycopsids (Meyer-Berthaud et al., ).

An exceptionally preserved Late Devonian actinopterygian provides a new model for primitive cranial anatomy in ray-finned fishes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (): DOI: /rspb Reference page. Free Online Library: A new species of cyathaspid (Vertebrata: Pteraspidomorphi: Heterostraci) from the Lower Devonian Drake Bay Formation, Prince of Wales Island, Nunavut, Arctic Canada.(Report) by "Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences"; Earth sciences Science and technology, general Devonian period Discovery and exploration Ostracoderms Identification and classification.

The Downtonian and Devonian vertebrates of Spitsbergen. Sub­ order Cyathaspida. Part 1. Tribe Poraspidei. Family Poraspidae Kiær [J.

Kiær & A. Heintz]. Skr. Svalbard Ishavet pp., 40 pls. Mammut og de norske mammutfund. NatuDie downtonischen und devonischen Vertebraten von Spitzbergen. Since then the research at the museum has contributed to the understanding of the evolution of fish (Devonian fish; Johan A. Kiær, Anatol Heintz, Natascha Heintz), Ordovician geology (trilobites and radiolarians; David L.

Bruton & Richard A. Forteys and their group), Ordovician vertebrates (Tove G. Bockelie, "Nature" ()), Carboniferous. The Downtonian and Devonian Vertebrates of Spitsbergen. VIII. The English-Norwegian-Swedish Expedition Geological Results.

51 S.,? Abb., Gewicht: g. FRECH, F. (): Lethaea geognostica oder Beschreibung und Abbildung der für die Gebirgs-Formationen bezeichendsten Versteinerungen. Lethaea palaeozoica.Cephalaspidomorphs are a group of jawless fishes named for Cephalaspis of the biologists regard this taxon as extinct, but the name is sometimes used in the classification of lampreys, because lampreys were once thought to be related to lampreys are included, they would extend the known range of the group from the Silurian and Devonian periods to the present day.

The genus Gigantaspis was first mentioned by A. Heintz (, p. 18), when he referred to Giganthaspis (sic) and Pteraspis (‘Doriaspis’) nathorsti (sic) as typical pteraspidids from the Wood Bay Series of Spitsbergen but with no diagnosis or is later mentioned in Føyn and Heintz's geological report on the Downtonian and Devonian series of Spitsbergen (Føyn and Heintz ).