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" River were the equivalent of the lignitic formation, as it exists along the base of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, and of the Bitter Creek series west of the mountains ; also that it was probable that the brackish-water beds on the upper Missouri must... "
Preliminary Report of the Field Work of the U.S. Geological and Geographical ... - Page 28
by Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.) - 1877 - 35 lehte
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Nature, 17. köide

1878
...in former years, and the paloeontological investigations of the late Mr. Meek, pointed strongly :o the equivalency of the Fort Union beds of the Upper...west of the Rocky Mountains. The investigations of the year hive fully confirmed these views by the discovery not merely of one or two doubtful species...
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1st -12th Annual Report of the United States Geological and Geographical ...

Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.) - 1879 - 12 lehte
...particular attention. The extensive explorations of Dr. Hayden iu former years, and the paleontológica! investigations of the late Mr. Meek, pointed strongly...as it exists along the base of the Rocky Mountains iu Colorado, and also to the equivalency of the latter with the Bitter Creek series west of the Rocky...
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Contributions to the History of American Geology

George Perkins Merrill - 1906 - 545 lehte
...this year (1878), argued that the Fort Union Jxjds of the upper Missouri River are the equivalent of the Lignitic formation, as it exists along the base of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, and of the Hitter Creek series west of the mountains;: also that it was probable that the brackish-water...
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Report upon the condition and progress of the U.S. National Museum during ...

United States National Museum - 1906
...this year (1878), argued that the Fort Union beds of the upper Missouri River are the equivalent of the Lignitic formation, as it exists along the base, of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, and of the Bitter Creek series west of the mountains; also that it was probable that the brackish-water...
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Report Upon the Condition and Progress of the U.S. National Museum During ...

United States National Museum - 1906
...this year (1878), argued that the Fort Union beds of the upper Missouri River are the equivalent of the Lignitic formation, as it exists along the base of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, and of the Bitter Creek series west of the mountains; also that it was probable that the brackish-water...
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Nature, 17. köide

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1878
...particular attention. The extensive explorations of Dr. Hayden in former years, and the palaeontological investigations of the late Mr. Meek, pointed strongly...west of the Rocky Mountains. The investigations of the year have fully confirmed these views by the discovery not merely of one or two doubtful species...
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