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Dynamic stratigraphy and depositional environments of the Hamilton Group (Middle Devonian) in New York State

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Published by University of the State of New York, the State Education Dept., State Science Service, Cultural Education Center in Albany, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New York (State)
    • Subjects:
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Devonian.,
    • Geology -- New York (State),
    • Paleontology -- Devonian.,
    • Paleontology -- New York (State)

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesStratigraphy and environments of the Hamilton Group.
      StatementCarlton E. Brett, editor.
      SeriesBulletin / New York State Museum,, no. 457, 469, Bulletin (New York State Museum : 1976) ;, no. 457, etc.
      ContributionsBrett, Carlton E., Landing, Ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE665 .D96 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2150947M
      ISBN 101555570038, 1555571832
      LC Control Number88620232

      / DYNAMIC STRATIGRAPHY AND DEPOSITIONAL ENVIRONMENTS OF THE HAMILTON GROUP (MIDDLE DEVONIAN) IN NEW YORK STATE, PART 1, New York State Museum, Albany, , pb, pages, 50 figs., 3 appendices, - 1 -, $ Table shows a fairly detailed list of depositional environments. There are various problems with this list: • There’s lots of overlap among the different environments. • It’s still not a complete list. • Some of the environments on the list have been much more common and important in the sedimentary record than others.

        Brett, C. E., Dick, V. B., & Baird, G. C. (). Comparative taphonomy and paleoecology of Middle Devonian dark gray and black shales facies from western New York. In E. Landing & C. E. Brett (Eds.), Dynamic stratigraphy and depositional environments of the Hamilton Group (Middle Devonian) in New York State Part II. Dynamic Stratigraphy and Depositional Environments of the Hamilton Group (Middle Devonian) in New York State, Part II; New York State Museum Bulletin () [A. Miller/K. Layou].

      General Information. Title: Paleoecology, origin, and significance of a shell-rich bed in the lowermost part of the Ludlowville Formation (Middle Devonian, central New York) Author(s): Gray, L.M. Publishing Organization: New York State Museum Series and Number: Bulletin no. [p. ] Larger Work: Landing, Ed, and Brett, C.E., eds., Dynamic stratigraphy and depositional environments of. relatively broad, regional stratigraphic and mapping investigations. Specific depositional environments of the Horsethief Formation have been interpreted in only one area, located southeast of Augusta, Montana. There, Shepherd () recognized • lagoonal-deltaic and barrier-island depositional environments.


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Part 1. Albany, N.Y.: University of the State of New York, State Education Dept., State Science Service, Cultural Education Center, (OCoLC) These environments record the onset of delatic conditions in the Middle Devonian and the transition from relatively deeper, offshore environments to shallow nearshore and nonmarine depositional environments.

The Hamilton delta prograded onto a shallow shelf in the Appalachian Basin in the absence of subsidence of the basement due to by: 9. The prose is aimed at an undergraduate readership and is clear and concise. The subtitle of the book, however, gives a better idea of its contents than does the main title, as a significant proportion of the text is devoted to the development and description of sedimentation models of different depositional : John C.

Lorenz. publications on the Hamilton Group: Dynamic Stratigraphy and Depositional Environments of the Hamilton Group (Middle Devonian) in New York State, Parts I and II, edited by C.E.

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Search for more papers by this author. Thomas Grasso. Search for more papers by this author. William M. Jordan. Search for more papers by this author. Christopher Hepburn. Search for more papers by this author. Edward S. Belt. • brief and often catastrophic depositional events that punctuate slow “background” sedimentation.

The latter tend to produce more striking, and usually thicker, stratification than the former. Here’s a very skeletal survey of modern environments of deposition.

(There will be whole chapter on depositional environments later.). Brower, J.C., and Nye, Jr., O.B. () Quantitative Analysis of Paleocommunities in the Lower Part of the Hamilton Group near Cazenovia, New York.

In Landing, E., and Brett, C.E., eds, Dynamic Stratigraphy and Depositional Environments of the Hamilton Group NYS Museum Bull. pages 37. Miller, M. & Woodrow, D. in Dynamic Stratigraphy and Depositional Environments of the Hamilton Group (Middle Devonian) in New York State, Part II (eds Landing, E.

& Brett, C.E.) – 11 hours ago  New Jersey stratigraphic units are commonly grouped into surficial sediments resulting from coastal, alluvial, colluvial, glacial, and periglacial processes of the past 10 million years (fig. Pitts, Daniel H. Buscheck1, Jeffrey M. Depositional Environments and Sequence Stratigraphy of the Lower Cretaceous Dakota Sandstone in the Ridgway Area.

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Redefinition, stratigraphy, and depositional environments of the Motville Member (Hamilton Group) in central and eastern New York, p. 5– In Brett, C.

(ed.), Dynamic Stratigraphy and Depositional Environments of the Hamilton Group (Middle Devonian) in New York State, Pt. New York State Museum Bulletin Baird, G.C. and Brett, C.E,Revised stratigraphy of the Middle Ordovician Utica Shale in central and eastern New York: Implications for depositional environments and basin dynamics: Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, v.

27, p. A second group of papers provide perspectives derived from numerical modeling and laboratory experiments. The final section consists of field studies that explore autogenic processes and autogenically modulated stratigraphy in five case studies covering modern and ancient fluvial, deltaic, and shelf settings.

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