M.A.P.S. Digest, vol.22 no.4 (April 1999)

Title

M.A.P.S. Digest, vol.22 no.4 (April 1999)

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Document Type

Newsletter

Publication Date

4-1999

Publisher

Mid-America Palentology Society

Contents

Llandovery Secuicollactinae and Rotasphaeridae (Radiolaria) From The Cape Phillips Formation Cornwallis, Arctic Canada Mere Specks of Dust- Gerald Gunderson Endothyra Baileyi and the “Dwarf Fossils” of the Salem Limestone, Spergen Hill, Indiana- Jim Brace-Thompson Microfossils- A Lesson that Works- Gary Rudolph Conodont Biostratigraphy of the Little Cedar and Lower Coralville Formations of the Cedar Valley Group (Middle Devonian) of Iowa & Significance of a New Species of Polygnathus- Frederick Rogers Silurian-Devonian Contact Determined By Foraminifera- James Conkin Was it Alive! Betty McCoy Microfossils of the Middle Mississippian, Salem Limestone: Midwest U.S.A.- Alan Goldstein Recovering Microfossils by Acid Etching- Sam & Ruth Kirkby Paleozoic Primitive Charophyte Gyrogonite Orientation- James Conkin Microfossils of the Silica Shale Formation- Brian Bade Making Thin Sections by Hand- Richard Hill Starting a Microfossil Collection- Allyn Adams Palynology from the Botanical Perspective: Not Just for Finding Oil Anymore- Patrick Fields Micropaleontology and Microfossils- Jere Lipps Diatoms- Scott Starrat The World of Microfossils: A Photo Gallery- F. Rudolf Turner

Volume

22

Issue

4

Total Pages

242 pages

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