Macroinvertebrate paleoecology of a transgressive marine sandstone , Cliff House Sandstone ( Upper Cretaceous ) , Chaco Canyon , northwestern New Mexico

@inproceedings{Siemers2015MacroinvertebratePO,
  title={Macroinvertebrate paleoecology of a transgressive marine sandstone , Cliff House Sandstone ( Upper Cretaceous ) , Chaco Canyon , northwestern New Mexico},
  author={Charles T. Siemers and Norman R. King},
  year={2015}
}
Every fall since 1950, the New Mexico Geological Society (NMGS) has held an annual Fall Field Conference that explores some region of New Mexico (or surrounding states). Always well attended, these conferences provide a guidebook to participants. Besides detailed road logs, the guidebooks contain many well written, edited, and peer-reviewed geoscience papers. These books have set the national standard for geologic guidebooks and are an essential geologic reference for anyone working in or… CONTINUE READING

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