Molluscan biostratigraphy and paleomagnetism of Campanian strata , Queen Charlotte Islands , British Columbia : implications for Pacific coast North America biochronology

@inproceedings{HaggartMolluscanBA,
  title={Molluscan biostratigraphy and paleomagnetism of Campanian strata , Queen Charlotte Islands , British Columbia : implications for Pacific coast North America biochronology},
  author={James W. Haggart and Peter D. Ward and Timothy D. Raub and E. S. Carter and Joseph Lynn Kirschvink}
}
A previously uncollected fauna of ammonites, bivalves, and other molluscs, associated with radiolarian microfossils, has been newly recognized near Lawn Hill on the east coast of central Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. The regional biostratigraphic zonation indicates that the Lawn Hill fauna is correlative with the Nostoceras hornbyense zonule of… CONTINUE READING