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Newsletter

Publication Date

4-1990

Publisher

Mid-America Palentology Society

Contents

Cover Story- Raymond Stanisz ; Leaves: Their Origins and Nature- Dr. Lawrence Matten Central Oregon Fossil Leaves: Their Implications About Paleoclimates and the Growth of the Central Portion of the Oregon Cascade Mountains- Melvin Ashwill Impressions on Fallen Leaves- Scott Wing Leaves and Grasses- Samuel Kruty Plant Fossils from the Mazon Creek Area- Larry Osterberger The Green River Flora- Heidi Johnson A Miocene Flora From Sucker Creek Formation, Southeaster Oregon- SW Idaho- Howard Emry Succor Creek Floral Taxonomic Diversity: Continuing Work in Progress- Patrick Fields A Statement Regarding Some of the Major Approaches to Tertiary Paleobotanical Megafloral Analysis Used During the Last Century- Patrick Field The Petrified Forest of Arizona- Jim Konecny Some Pennsylvanian Leaves From the Chieftan Number 20 Mine Near Terre Haute Indiana- Randy Patrick Pennsylvanian Plant Fossils of Eastern Kentucky- Charles Oldham Pennsylvania, the Pennsylvanian Period of Paleobotany and Plants- A. Gerald Zvirblis Fossil Flower Date Back to Dinosaur Days- Raymond Stanisz Outline Key- Raymond Stanisz

Volume

13

Issue

4

Total Pages

120 pages

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M.A.P.S. Digest, vol.13 no.4 (April 1990)

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