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Published by Geological Society of America in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • California, Gulf of, Region (Mexico),
  • Mexico,
  • California, Gulf of.

Subjects:

  • E. W. Scripps (Ship),
  • Geology -- Mexico -- California, Gulf of,
  • Paleontology -- Mexico -- California, Gulf of,
  • Submarine topography,
  • Foraminifera, Fossil,
  • California, Gulf of, Region (Mexico)

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies.

Statementby Charles A. Anderson [and others]
SeriesGeological Society of America. Memoir 43, California. University. Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla. Contributions, new ser., no. 450, etc.
ContributionsAnderson, Charles Alfred, 1902-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE203.C25 N5
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6089147M
LC Control Number51004663
OCLC/WorldCa1516812

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Observations made on the E. W. S cripps cruise to the Gulf of California add information concerning the later geologic history of the Gulf and of Lower California. Granitic rocks are found in Lower California, on some of the islands, and in Sonora; they may all be part of the late Cretaceous batholith of Lower California. During the fall of , the auxiliary research schooner E. W. SCRIPPS made a scientific cruise to the Gulf of California, supported jointly by The Geological Society of America and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography of the University of California. The voyage lasted 78 days, from October 5 . E. W. Scripps Cruise to the Gulf of California. The Geological Society of America, Memoir Part III. Submarine Topography of the Gulf of California. Francis P. Shepard E. W. Scripps Cruise to the Gulf of California. The Geological Society of America, Memoir Part IV. Report on the Pleistocene and Pliocene Foraminifera. M. L. Natland. E.W. Scripps cruise to the Gulf of California Creator Gulf of California Expedition (), creator Contributor Gulf of California Expedition (), creator Anderson, Charles Alfred, Date Created and/or Issued (issued) Publication Information Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego, La Jolla, (

Recent mollusks of the "E.W. Scripps" cruise to the Gulf of California. American Museum novitates ; no. but may work on other devices that format. Download directly to your device’s book reader (e.g., iBooks) or drag into your e-books collection on your computer. Recent mollusks of the "E.W. Scripps" cruise to the Gulf of California. American Museum novitates ; no. By. E.W. Scripps (Ship) Emerson, William K. Geological Society of America. Puffer, Elton Linwood. Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Archives. Type. Book Publication info. Author: E.W. Scripps (Ship). Voyage of the E.W. SCRIPPS to the Gulf of California, October - December, Account of the Expedition. Charles A. Anderson, Roger Revelle, Francis P. Shepard, Because Scripps had no ships equipped for deep-ocean work, Sverdrup began ocean exploration in more lim-ited waters. Two expeditions were carried out on the E.W. Scrippsto the Gulf of California in and The first included an interdisciplinary group of scien-tists such as Richard Fleming (physical oceanography.

[Charles A Anderson;] -- During the fall of , the auxiliary research schooner E.W. SCRIPPS made a scientific cruise to the Gulf of California, supported jointly by The Geological Society of America and the Scripps. Recent mollusks of the "E.W. Scripps" cruise to the Gulf of California. American Museum novitates ; no. Recent mollusks of the "E.W. Scripps" cruise to the Gulf of California. American Museum novitates ; no. By E.W. Scripps (Ship), William K. Emerson, Geological Society of America., Elton Linwood. Puffer and Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Archives. North of Loreto. General statement.—For interpretation of the Pliocene history of the Gulf of California, there is a very important area 15 miles northwest of Carmen Island and 6 miles north of Loreto. Excellent exposures of fossiliferous lower Pliocene sediments are in the arroyos passing eastward into middle and upper Pliocene sediments.