Introduction to Microfossils
Collection, Preparation, and preservation of microfossils; Synoptic classification of organisms with reference to microfossils; Microfossils of the kingdom protista; Plant microfossils; Microfossils of the animal kingdom; The conodonts; The ostracoda; The foraminifera; Environmental significance of microfossils; Stratigraph of microfossils; Applied micropaleontology.
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Collection Preparation and Preservation of Microfossils
Synoptic Classification of Organisms with Reference
Microfossils of the Kingdom Protista
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abundant algae Amer annelid apertural view assemblages Assoc brachiopods Branson and Mehl Bryozoa Bull calcareous Cambrian-Recent carapace chambers Charophyta Class classification coiled common genera conodonts corals correlation Cret crinoids Devonian diatoms dorsal view environment Eocene FAMILY faunas fish Foraminifera formation forms fossils fragments fusulinid Gastropods genera genus geological groups hinge Invertebrate Jones Jour Jurassic lateral view limestone marine sediments micro microfaunas microfossils micropaleontology microscope Miocene Mississippian neritic neritic zone non-marine sediments occur as microfossils Ordovician organisms Ostracoda outer Paleon Paleontology Paleozoic Pelecypods Penn Pennsylvanian Permian Petr PHYLUM planktonic plants plates pollen posterior Protista Radiolaria rare Recent redrawn from Cushman reef represented rocks sample Scolecodonts sedimentary seed shale Shrock side view siliceous species spicules spines sponge spores stratigraphic Superfamily surface Survey Prof teeth Tertiary Texas thin section tology types U.S. Geol Ulrich and Bassler Univ Upper Cretaceous usually valve wall zone