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Middle Cambrian fossils from Pend Oreille Lake, Idaho (with one plate)

Resser, Charles Elmer

Middle Cambrian fossils from Pend Oreille Lake, Idaho (with one plate)

by Resser, Charles Elmer

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Published by The Smithsonian Institution in City of Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Idaho,
  • Pend Oreille, Lake.
    • Subjects:
    • Paleontology -- Cambrian.,
    • Paleontology -- Idaho -- Pend Oreille, Lake.

    • Edition Notes

      Publication 3447.

      Statementby Charles Elmer Resser ...
      SeriesSmithsonian miscellaneous collections., v. 97, no. 3
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQ11 .S7 vol. 97, no. 3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 p. l., 12 p.
      Number of Pages12
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6375396M
      LC Control Number38026038
      OCLC/WorldCa3916708

      Sampson, E., , Geology and silver ore deposits of the Pend Oreille district, Idaho: Idaho Bureau of Mines and Geology Pamphlet, no. Summary: Named for Rennie Ridge, one of the spurs on south side of Packsaddle Mountain, south side of Pend Oreille Lake, Bonner Co, ID in the Idaho . Middle Cambrian fossils from Pend Oreille Lake, Idaho. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 97(3): Resser, C. E. The Spence Shale and its fauna.

      Cambrian Period - Cambrian Period - Cambrian rocks: Cambrian rocks have a special biological significance, because they are the earliest to contain diverse fossils of animals. These rocks also include the first appearances of most animal phyla that have fossil records. Cambrian evolution produced such an extraordinary array of new body plans that this event has been referred to as the Cambrian.   The combination of a meager fossil record of vermiform enteropneusts and their disparity with the tubicolous pterobranchs renders early hemichordate evolution conjectural. The middle Cambrian Oesia disjuncta from the Burgess Shale has been compared to annelids, tunicates and chaetognaths, but on the basis of abundant new material is now identified as a primitive hemichordate.

      THE Middle Cambrian Metaline lime- stone is at present recognized only in Pend Oreille County, Washington. The Cambrian System in Idaho is represented by formations extending from southeastern Idaho to the Pend Oreille area of northern Idaho. The sediments and the fossils indicate that a broad oceanic shelf existed along the western margin of the existing continent. Idaho was completely underwater during this period. The northern Idaho Cambrian.


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Middle Cambrian fossils from Pend Oreille Lake, Idaho (with one plate) by Resser, Charles Elmer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Middle Cambrian fossils from Pend Oreille Lake, Idaho (with one plate). City of Washington: Smithsonian Institution, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Charles Elmer Resser; Smithsonian Institution.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Middle Cambrian Fossils from Pend Oreille Lake, Idaho Middle Cambrian, Idaho, Brachiopoda, trilobites Collection citebank Language English Volume v.

97 Pend Oreille mining district which surrounds the southern part of Fend Oreille Lake, Bonner County, Idaho. A fossiliferous Middle Cambrian series crops out in several of the fault blocks into which the district is divided.

This was the first Cambrian outcrop discovered. Lake Pend Oreille is Idaho’s biggest, at 43 miles long with miles of shoreline. It’s also the deepest (at 1, feet deep, there are only four deeper lakes in the nation). Dug out by Ice Age glaciers and located amid three major frontal ranges of the northern Rocky Mountains, it has natural splendor galore to go with a fascinating human and natural history.

The middle Cambrian Oesia disjuncta from the Burgess Shale has been compared to annelids, Middle Cambrian fossils from Pend Oreille Lake, Idaho. Smithson Misc Collect. ; – Waggoner B, Hagadorn JW. An unmineralized alga from the Lower Cambrian Cited by: Fourth contribution to nomenclature of Cambrian fossils.

Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections. Raasch G.O., Resser C.E., Correlation of the Cambrian formations of North America. Bulletin of the Resser C.E., Middle Cambrian Fossils from Pend Oreille Lake, Idaho (with One Plate).

Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections. Fossil bearing formations in the northern part of the state include the Rennie Shale and Lakeview Limestone, near Pend Orielle Lake. They have been noted Idaho book containing abundant Cambrian fossils such as hyolithids, brachiopods, and trilobites such as Agnostus, Pagetia, and Oryctocephalus (Reeser."Middle Cambrian Trilobites from Pend Oreille County, Washington", Journal of Paleontology, v.

24, no. 4, pages This fauna is currently being studied by Stewart Hollingsworth. Many new spcies are among those below that were found by Dave Morgan. Fossils: ID |, Liberty: Bear Lake: ID: 10 km WSW in ravine from Mill Canyon into Danish Flat: Cambrian Middle: brachiopods: ID |, Liberty: Bear Lake: ID: 8km W in Mill Canyon: Cambrian Middle: Spence: fossils: ID Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P5 |, Liberty: Bear Lake: ID: 8km W in Spence Gulch leading from Mill Canyon.

Cambrian limestone and dolomite (Early Cambrian-Middle Ordovician) at surface, covers 2 % of this area. Mostly massive dolomite, with a basal unit of gray to dark-gray limestone interbedded with limy shale, and an upper unit of fine-grained massive limestone with some marble; Pend Oreille and northern and central Stevens Counties.

ZOISITE (FOSSILS) CAMBRIAN: BONNER • In limy rock along southeast side of Pend Oreille Lake: GOODING • West rim of Snake River Canyon near Hagerman: ZOISITE (FOSSILS) MARINE: OWYHEE • 9 miles south of Bruneau and to right of US ZOISITE (FOSSILS) TEMPSKYA: BONNEVILLE • 13 miles northwest of Hermans on Willow Creek: ZOISITE (FOSSILS.

Lake Pend Oreille. Lake Pend Oreille is the largest lake in the state of Idaho and the 38th largest lake in the U.S. miles of surface area, 1, feet deep.

Lake Pend Oreille has many different types of structure and thermals, so it is home to many different species of fish. The Cambrian System in Idaho is represented by formations extending from southeastern Idaho to the Pend Oreille area of northern Idaho.

The sediments and the fossils indicate that a broad oceanic shelf existed along the western margin of the existing continent. Idaho. Middle cambrian fossils from Pend Oreille Lake, Idaho: New Upper Cambrian trilobites: The Ptarmigania strata of the northern Wasatch mountains: Recent discoveries of cambrian beds in the Northwestern United States: Shelled invertebrates of the past and present: with chapters on geological history: The Sinian and Cambrian formations and fossils.

There is a toothy new predator in northern Idaho’s largest lake. Walleye, which were essentially non-existent in the lake ten years ago, have become increasingly abundant, to the point where they are now a significant player in the fishery. Lake Pend Oreille has long been known for its trophy rainbow trout and bull trout, having produced world records for both species.

Some Middle Cambrian fossils of Utah. BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIV GEOL S Middle Cambrian fossils from Pend Oreille Lake, Idaho. New occurrences of the unusual trilobite Naraoia from the Cambrian of Idaho and Utah. PALEONTOL CONTRIB UNIV KANSAS PAP1. Geologic unit mapped in Washington: Mostly massive dolomite, with a basal unit of gray to dark-gray limestone interbedded with limy shale, and an upper unit of fine-grained massive limestone with some marble; Pend Oreille and northern and central Stevens Counties.

Three-fold division less evident in Colville area. Dolomite, with minor basal unit of interbedded limestone and phyllite in the. Lake Pend Oreille (/ p ɒ n d ə ˈ r eɪ / pond-ə-RAY) in the northern Idaho Panhandle is the largest lake in the U.S. state of Idaho and the 38th-largest lake by area in the United States, with a surface area of square miles ( km 2).It is 43 miles (69 km) long, and 1, feet ( m) deep in some regions, making it the fifth-deepest in the nation.

The lake is fed by the Clark Fork. Cambrian outcrops in northern Idaho are limited primarily to small areas along the southern shores of Lake Pend Oreille. From the base upward, the Cambrian rocks are subdivided into the Gold Creek Quartzite ( m [ ft] thick), the Rennie Shale (30 m [ ft] thick), and the Lakeview Limestone ( m [ ft] thick).

Isolated sclerites of Chancelloria eros Walcott,Diagoniella sp. and associations of stauractine-hexactinellid and hexactinepentactine spicules are described for the middle Cambrian of San. Named for the town of Lakeview near the southeast end of Pend Oreille Lake, Bonner Co, ID in the Idaho Mountains province.

No type locality designated. Overlies the newly named Rennie shale of Middle Cambrian age. Is the youngest sedimentary unit mapped in the district.

Mapped with other formations of Cambrian age. Geologic map.Resser, C.E., a, Middle Cambrian fossils from Pend Oreille Lake, Idaho: Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, v. 97, 12 p. Carter, C., a, A Middle Ordovician graptolite fauna from near the contact between the Ledbetter Slate and the Metaline Limestone in the Pend Oreille mine, northeastern Washington State: U.S.