On the Value of the Evidence Furnished by Vertebrate Fossils of Age of Certain So-Called Permian Beds in America

@article{CaseOnTV,
  title={On the Value of the Evidence Furnished by Vertebrate Fossils of Age of Certain So-Called Permian Beds in America},
  author={E. Case},
  journal={The Journal of Geology},
  volume={16},
  pages={572 - 580}
}
  • E. Case
  • Geology
  • The Journal of Geology
  • In 1876-77 Cope referred certain beds in Illinois and Texas, bearing vertebrate fossils, to the Permian Age. This has stood almost without challenge until very recently and has had a very considerable effect on the literature of the Permian. The recent discovery by Mr. Raymond of reptilian remains, of the same character as those referred to the Permian from Illinois and Texas, in the Coal Measures of Pennsylvania' renders it desirable to re-examine the evidence upon which the position of the… CONTINUE READING