3 edition of Byram Calcareous Marl of Mississippi found in the catalog.
Byram Calcareous Marl of Mississippi
United States Geological Survey
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 129-E|
|Contributions||Cushman, Joseph Augustine, 1881-1949.|
Light-gray to medium-light-gray compact, brittle chalk overlain by abundantly fossiliferous chalky marl, very clayey chalk, and calcareous clay (Bluffport Marl Member). In south-central Montgomery County the Demopolis is split into two eastward extending tongues by a westward-extending tongue of the Cusseta Sand Member of the Ripley Formation. The Shubuta is conformably underlain by the Pachuta Marl Member. The Pachuta consists of up to m of blue-gray marl in the Mobil–Mississippi cores, whereas at Little Stave Creek the Pachuta is m thick. The Pachuta Marl Member is conformably underlain in the Mobil–Mississippi .
Survey and the Mississippi Geological Survey for a cooperative investigation of the physiography, stratigraphy, and ground waters of Mississippi. The correlations and names adopted are shown in Table 1. TABLE 1 Correlation of the Jackson and Vicksburg deposits in Mississippi and Alabama Mississippi Alabama BYRAM CALCAREOUS MARL Qh 3 o. Mississippi: Country United States: The Byram Marl is a geologic formation in Mississippi. It preserves fossils dating back to the Paleogene period. See also. List of fossiliferous stratigraphic units in Mississippi; Paleontology in Mississippi; References. Various Contributors to .
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The Byram calcareous marl of Mississippi (United States. Geological Survey. Shorter Contributions to geology, Professional paper) [Charles Wythe Cooke] on. The Byram calcareous marl of Mississippi / C. Wythe Cooke --The foraminifera of the Byram calcareous marl at Byram Mississippi / Joseph A.
Cushman. Series Title: Professional paper, E: Other Titles: Foraminifera of the Byram calcareous marl at Byram, Mississippi: Responsibility.
The Byram Calcareous Marl of Mississippi & The Foraminifera of the Byram Calcareous Marl at Byram, Mississippi. Whythe & Chusman, Joseph A. Title from USGS web site includes second title not in the file: The foraminifera of the Byram Calcareous Marl at Byram, Mississippi, by J.A.
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Top formation of Vicksburg group. Conformably overlies Marianna limestone (of Vicksburg group), and underlies Catahoula sandstone.
Is same as upper Vicksburgian of Casey [at Vicksburg]. MS Book and Mineral Company. USGS Professional Papers 1 - Geologic and Mining Related, Numbers 1 - Stratigraphic sections in Southwestern Utah and Northwestern Arizona; Byram calcareous marl of Mississippi; Foraminifera of the Byram calcareous marl; Foraminifera of the Mint Spring marl member of the Mariana Limestone; Flora of the.
By C. Wythe (Charles Wythe) Cooke and Mississippi. Foraminifera of the Byram calcareous marl at Byram Joseph A. (Joseph Augustine) Cushman. The outcrop of the Byram marl extends entirely across the State of Mississippi. Exposures are known on Mississippi, Pearl, Leaf, and Chicka sawhay rivers and at a few intermediate places, and strata of the same age have been found at several places in Alabama.
No marked physiographic features are due to. In MS, it rests on the Mint Spring calcareous marl member of the Marianna limestone. Underlies the Byram calcareous marl.
Because of its hardness, it is the most conspicuous part of the Vicksburg group in MS. Age is Oligocene. Source: GNU records (USGS DDS-6; Reston GNULEX). Cooke C. and Cushman J. THE BYRAM CALCAREOUS MARL OF MISSISSIPPI By Cooke, bound with THE FORAMINIFERA OF THE BYRAM CALCAREOUS MARL AT BYRAM MISSISSIPPI By Cushman no wraps, spine rebound with archival tape, very good and clean copy, nice foram plates.
A classic Cushman paper. With 30 pp., and 15 plates of forams. The mantle rock, forming the covered interval between the Byram marl below and the sand provisionally referred to the Catahoula above, conceals the history of the change from Byram to Catahoula times.
Whatever the details, the Byram sea gave way to some type of water body in which sand rather than calcareous tests accumulated. Mississippi Animal Rescue League Greenway Drive Ext.
Jackson, MS Hours of Operation Monday Closed Tuesday 10 - 5. ms book and mineral company usgs professional papers - flora. home page: sale: the byram calcareous marl of mississippi; the foraminifera of the mint spring marl member of the marianna limestone; the flora of the woodbrine sand at arthurs bluff, texas; geology of the lower gila region, arizona; the flora of the cheyenne sandstone of kansas.
Byram in a similar manner. Cooke () and Cushman () made the first thorough study of the sediments, stratigraphy and foraminifers of the "Byram Calcareous Marl", which included what now is the Chickasawhay Formation. These authors considered the Byram to be the youngest Oligocene deposit in Mississippi.
Cooke later (). clayey marl that grades upward into a gray, clayey marl. Miliolids and textulariids as shown in Figures 4 The calcareous nature of the Marianna suggests increased influence of the eastern carbonate bank on ments, and possible shifting of the Mississippi River, the Byram .The Byram calcareous marl of Mississippi; and The foraminifera of the Byram Calcareous Marl at Byram, Mississippi,Professional Paper E Graphic and mechanical computation of thickness of strata and distance to a stratum,Professional Paper C.The Byram calcareous marl of Mississippi / J.A.
Cushman --F. The Foraminifera of the Mint Spring marl member of the Marianna limestone / J.A. Cushman --G. The flora of the Woodbine sand at Arthurs Bluff, Tex. / E.W. Berry --H. Geology of the lower Gila region, Ariz. / C.P. Ross --I The flora of the Cheyenne sandstone of Kansas / E.W. Berry.