Lycia lapponaria

Known as: Rannoch brindled beauty 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2008
2008
......................................................................................................................................... 19 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................... 20 REGIONAL SETTING OF THE BRENT DELTA .......................................................................................... 21 BRENT DELTA FACIES ......................................................................................................................... 21 GEOMETRIES IN MODERN WAVE-INFLUENCED DELTAS ....................................................................... 23 GENESIS OF THE RANNOCH-ETIVE FORMATIONS ................................................................................ 26 CONCLUSIONS .................................................................................................................................... 30 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ......................................................................................................................... 31 CHAPTER 3 ......................................................................................................................................... 33 PALAEOGEOGRAPHY AND STRATIGRAPHIC ARCHITECTURE OF STACKED SHOREFACE SANDSTONE TONGUES: UPPER CRETACEOUS KENILWORTH MEMBER (BLACKHAWK FORMATION), UTAH, USA ABSTRACT .......................................................................................................................................... 33 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................... 34 GEOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK ................................................................................................................. 35 FACIES ................................................................................................................................................ 35 PARASEQUENCES ................................................................................................................................ 37 Kenilworth 1 parasequence .......................................................................................................... 37 Kenilworth 2 parasequence .......................................................................................................... 38 Kenilworth 3 parasequence .......................................................................................................... 39 Kenilworth 4 parasequence .......................................................................................................... 40 Kenilworth 5 parasequence .......................................................................................................... 41 REGIONAL PALAEOGEOGRAPHY ......................................................................................................... 42 STRATIGRAPHIC ARCHITECTURE ......................................................................................................... 46 PREVIOUS SEQUENCE STRATIGRAPHIC MODELS .................................................................................. 48 REVISED SEQUENCE STRATIGRAPHIC MODEL ...................................................................................... 49 IMPLICATION FOR BLACKHAWK FORMATION CYCLICITY ................................................................... 51 CONCLUSIONS .................................................................................................................................... 55 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ....................................................................................................................... 55......................................................................................................................................... 33 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................... 34 GEOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK ................................................................................................................. 35 FACIES ................................................................................................................................................ 35 PARASEQUENCES ................................................................................................................................ 37 Kenilworth 1 parasequence .......................................................................................................... 37 Kenilworth 2 parasequence .......................................................................................................... 38 Kenilworth 3 parasequence .......................................................................................................... 39 Kenilworth 4 parasequence .......................................................................................................... 40 Kenilworth 5 parasequence .......................................................................................................... 41 REGIONAL PALAEOGEOGRAPHY ......................................................................................................... 42 STRATIGRAPHIC ARCHITECTURE ......................................................................................................... 46 PREVIOUS SEQUENCE STRATIGRAPHIC MODELS .................................................................................. 48 REVISED SEQUENCE STRATIGRAPHIC MODEL ...................................................................................... 49 IMPLICATION FOR BLACKHAWK FORMATION CYCLICITY ................................................................... 51 CONCLUSIONS .................................................................................................................................... 55 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ....................................................................................................................... 55 
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1998
Morphometric analysis of Loch Rannoch charr indicated that in addition to the pelagic morph previously described, the benthic… Expand
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