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Geography and Geosciences Department occasional publications

 Unprocessed — Box: 1
Identifier: 2008_050-UA

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Occasional publications from the Department of Geography and Geosciences. Holdings include monographs in the series Studies in Paleontology and Stratigraphy, edited by James E. Conkin of the Department of Geography and Geosciences, along with Barbara Conkin and other editors from University of Louisville and other institutions. See "Inventory" for listing of publications.

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  • 1979-2002



0.5 linear feet (1 manuscript box)


No. 10: Inauris and Sorosphaerella, New Genera of Paleozoic Agglutinate Foraminifera, and Their Stratigraphic Significance -- No. 11: Illustrated Key to Genera of Paleozoic Smaller Foraminifera of the United States -- No. 12: Devonian Black Shale in the Easter United States: Part 1-Southern Indiana, Kentucky. Northern and Eastern Highland Rim of Tennessee, and Central Ohio -- No. 13: Early and Middle Devonian Charophytes of Eastern Guangxi, China -- No. 14: Chinese Paleozoic Agglutinate Foraminifera and Their Stratigraphic Significance: Part 1. - Hyperammina Kentuckyensis Guangxiensis, New Subspecies, From the South China -- No. 15: Early Mississippian (Kinderhookian) Smaller Foraminifera from the McCraney Limestone of Missouri and Illinois -- No. 16: Paleozoic Metabentonites of North America: Part 1.- Devonian Metabentonites in the Eastern United States and Southern Ontario: Their Identities, Stratigraphic Positions, and Correlation -- No. 17: Paleozoic Metabentonites of North America: Part 2.- Metabentonites in the Middle Ordovician Tyrone Formation at Boonesboroygh, Clark County, Kentucky -- No. 19: The Middle Silurian Louisville Limestone of Northwestern Kentucky and Southern Indiana -- No. 20: Paleozoic Metabentonites of North America: Part 3- New Ordovician Metabentonites from Kentucky and Tennessee -- No. 21: Permian Foraminifera of Tasmania -- No. 22: Shaker Creek Metabentonite in the Trenton Curdsville Limestone of Central Kentucky -- No. 23: Tennessee Ordovician Metabentionites: Blackriveran Deicke (Pencil Cave) and Mud Cave and Trentonian Carimona and Millbrig -- No. 24: Quarry Studies No.1: Liter’s of Indiana Inc. Atkin’s Quarry Jeffersonville, IN -- No. J: Late Silurian (Ludlovian) Charophyte, Moellerina Laufeldi, N. Sp., From the Hamra Beds of the Isle of Gotland, Sweden