+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Palynological assemblage resemblance in the Croweburg coal of Oklahoma

, : Palynological assemblage resemblance in the Croweburg coal of Oklahoma. Oklahoma Geology Notes 24(6): 138-143

To test and apply to palynology Simpson's (1960) technique, the Croweburg coal, a widely distributed Pennsylvanian seam, was chosen because of its uncertain stratigraphy, remarkably uniform thickness, and well known palynology. This coal shows three stages of spore succession so it is necessary to sample carefully the complete seam at each outcrop. Also, the samples must be processed essentially alike; the lithology of samples should be as nearly identical as possible, and the taxonomy of the fossils in the assemblages must be known. Correlation with the Colchester coal of Illinois shows 21 species in common, or 51.2 percent of the taxa at specific rank, and six species restricted to the two coals.


Other references

Sadler, J.Z.; Kurtz, N.M.; Rush, A.J., 1984: Progressive supranuclear palsy presenting as pseudodementia. Psychosomatics 25(9): 713-714

Wu, A.; Mei, P.; Xu, Y.; Qian, X., 2012: Novel naphthalimide-benzoic acid conjugates as potential apoptosis-inducing agents: design, synthesis, and biological activity. A series of novel naphthalimide derivatives with 4-[4-(3,3-diphenylallyl)piperazin-1-yl]benzoic acid as side chain were designed and synthesized. Their antitumor activities were evaluated against a variety of cancer cell lines in vitro. Preliminar...

Abe, Y.; Ishikawa, H.; Fukao, A., 2008: Higher efficacy of urinary bone resorption marker measurements in assessing response to treatment for osteoporosis in postmenopausal women. Osteoporosis has reached epidemic proportions. This situation has stimulated the development of biochemical markers to assist in assessing osteoporotic risk and monitoring treatment efficacy. Biochemical markers for assessing the level of bone res...

Kauffman, P.; Camargo, E.E.; Wolosker, M.; Diaz Neto, A.L.; Carvalho, N.; Leão, L.E., 1974: Critical study of the radioisotopic methods used in the study of peripheral bloodflow. Revista do Hospital das Clinicas 29(3): 153-158

Beauchamp R.D.; Lyons R.M.; Perkett E.A.; Townsend C.M.Jr; Coffey R.J.Jr; Moses H.L., 1990: A human pancreatic carcinoid cell line expresses growth factors which stimulate fibroblast and endothelial cell growth. Digestion 46(SUPPL 1): 7

Edwards, K.S., 1981: Health planning--should physicians get involved?. Ohio State Medical Journal 77(3): 136-137

Glavcosmos, 1989: The GLONASS satellite navigation system. Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences 22: 263-264

Madsen; Burghammer; Fiedler; Müller, 2000: The single-crystal structure of the organic superconductor betaCO-(BEDT-TTF)2I3 from a powder grain. Synchrotron radiation diffraction data have been collected at 200 K on a microscopic single crystal (dimensions 12 x 10 x 2 µm) of the title compound, where BEDT-TTF is bis(ethylenedithio)tetrathiafulvalene, C(10)H(8)S(8). The quality of the diff...

Coughlan S.J.; Schreiber U., 1984: Light induced changes in the conformation of spinach thylakoid membranes as monitored by 90 degree and 180 degree scattering changes a comparative investigation. A series of investigations on light induced thylakoid membrane conformational changes has been carried out using scattering changes measured either at or (transmittance changes) as criteria for changes in membrane structure...

Ren, M., 1984: The therapeutic custom handed down from the Meng He School] (Chi). Zhonghua Yi Shi Za Zhi 14(2): 72-74