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Notice of remains of extinct vertebrata from the valley of the Niobrara River

Notice of remains of extinct vertebrata from the valley of the Niobrara River

collected during the exploring expedition of 1857 in Nebraska under the command of Lieut. G.K. Warren, U.S. Top. Eng., by F.V. Hayden, geologist to the expedition

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Published by Merrihew & Thompson in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vertebrates, Fossil,
  • Geology -- Nebraska,
  • Niobrara River Valley (Wyo. and Neb.)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Joseph Leidy.
    SeriesPlains and the Rockies -- no. 301b.
    ContributionsHayden, F. V. 1829-1887.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationp. 20-29
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16308580M
    OCLC/WorldCa32571129

    An expedition consisting of Messrs. J.C. Crawford, Jr., W.D. Pierce, and myself, was sent out by the Department of Entomology and Ornithology of the University of Nebraska during the summer of , into the lower Niobrara valley in order to examine and collect specimens of the fauna of that region After August 1, Professor Bruner also worked with us. Notice of Remains of Extinct Vertebrata, from the valley of the Niobrara River. In Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia. Fiche: Leland, Alonzo. New Map of the Mining Regions of Oregon and Washington Territory. San Francisco. A. Roman & Co. Fiche: a Leland, Alonzo.

    Sculptured anthropoid ape heads found in or near the valley of the John Day river: a tributary of the Columbia River, Oregon [Terry, James] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sculptured anthropoid ape heads found in or near the valley of the John Day river: a tributary of the Columbia RiverAuthor: James Terry. reference collection is at the Niobrara Valley Preserve. Aquatic sampling One field assistant collected fulltime from 17 May to 3 September Twenty sites on the Niobrara River between the Ft. Niobrara Wildlife Refuge and the Meadville Bridge were sampled. Forty-three of the approximately springbranch tributaries to this seg­.

    Synopsis of the extinct mammalia of New Jersey, p. In G. H. Cook (ed.), Geology of New Jersey. The Board of Managers, Newark. C OPE, E. D. a. Third notice of extinct Vertebrata from the Tertiary of the Plains. Palaeontological Bulletin, C OPE, E. D. b. On some new extinct Mammalia from the Tertiary of the Plains. Niobrara National Scenic River has tremendous outdoors recreation that you can take advantage of. Niobrara National: Scenic River is a pleasant place for a visit when you need to get out of the house. After a long day outdoors Trade Winds Lodge is a perfect place to spend a night or two. Getting to Spring Creek from Niobrara National Scenic.


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Notice of remains of extinct vertebrata from the valley of the Niobrara River Download PDF EPUB FB2

TI - Notice of remains of extinct vertebrata, from the Valley of the Niobrara River, collected during the Exploring Expedition ofin Nebraska, under the command of Lieut. Warren, U. Top. Eng., by Dr. Hayden, Geologist to the Expedition T2 - Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia.

VL - Cited by: Notice of remains of extinct vertebrata, from the Valley of the Niobrara River, collected during the Exploring Expedition ofin Nebraska, under the command of Lieut.

Warren, U. Top. Eng., by Dr. Hayden, Geologist to the Expedition. Inthe paleontologist Joseph Leidy described a new species of cat, Felis intrepidus, based on lower jaw fragments (a left ramus, described, and a right ramus, mentioned only and now lost) found somewhere in Nebraska near the Niobrara river.

The fragments were later determined to have come from the lower Valentine Formation, making them late Barstovian in : Mammalia. Protohippus is an extinct three-toed genus of horse. It was roughly the size of a modern donkey. Fossil evidence suggests that it lived during the Late Miocene and Early Pliocene, from about 14 Ma to 6 Ma.

Analysis of Protohippus'' skull and teeth suggests that it is most closely related to the genus Calippus. Species include: P. vetus; P. perditusClass: Mammalia.

Notice of remains of extinct Vertebrata, from the valley of the Niobrara River, collected during the exploring expedition ofin Nebraska, under the command of Lieut. Warren, U. Top. Eng: Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia: The dire wolf (Canis dirus, "fearsome dog") is an extinct species of wolf in the genus is one of the most famous prehistoric carnivores in North America.

The dire wolf lived in the Americas during the Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene epochs (,–9, years ago). The species was named infour years after the first specimen had been : Mammalia. Niobrara River Unlike other rivers on the Great Plains, the Niobrara is rapidly eroding (on a geologic time scale), cutting down into ancient formations that formerly lay buried beneath the river.

The result is that the river is confined to a narrow valley over much of its designated mile length, with high cliffs looming over portions of the. Leidy () Leidy J. Notice of remains of extinct Vertebrata, from the valley of the Niobrara River, collected during the exploring expedition ofin Nebraska, under the command of Lieut G.

Warren, U. Top. Eng., by Dr. FV Hayden, geologist of the Expedition. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of the United States of by: 3. National Park Service Logo National Park Service. Search. This Site All NPS. Extinct Vertebrata from the Judith River and Great Lignite Formations of Nebraska is an article from Transactions of the American Philosophical Society.

The Niobrara River is predominantly (>70%) ground-water fed, so river levels do not necessarily vary as a direct result of rainfall. Water levels fall as upstream demand for irrigation increases during the growing season.

You may find information on current river conditions here. You may find more information at Frequently Asked Questions. Niobrara River, river rising near Lusk, in Niobrara county, eastern Wyoming, U.S., and flowing east across the High Plains, the northern edge of the Sand Hills, and the eastern plains of Nebraska to join the Missouri River near the village of Niobrara, Neb., at the South Dakota state line.

The name is of Omaha and Ponca Indian origin and means “running (or spreading) water.”. Niobrara's history can best be summarized as being destined by the mighty Missouri on whose banks it was founded and from whose reach it has continuously tried to escape.

The Ponca Tribe, numbering approximately during the 's were forced by the Sioux to relocate from Lake Winnipeg to the west bank of the Missouri River in the early 's.

Leidy J () Notices of remains of extinct Reptiles and Fishes, discovered by Dr. Hayden in the Bad Lands of the Judith River, Nebraska Territory. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 8: 72– The Lewis & Clark Campsite can be viewed from the Old Railroad Bridge Walking Trail from the East side of the Niobrara River or from the lookout at the Niobrara State Park.

The campsite is marked by the "Fifteen-Star, Fifteen-Stripe Flag" and a model camp. The Louisiana Purchase is one of the most significant events in all of American history. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

Notice of remains of extinct reptiles and fishes discovered by Dr. Hayden in the Bad Lands of the Judith river, Nebraska territory, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad, Vol. [Apparently this is the same paper that appeared in Amer.

Journ Sci. THE TECHNICAL READING LIST. The following is a list of publications from which information used to compile this article comes. If you want to pursue the technical literature, you should print this bibliography out and take it to the library with you, where you will find that it.

Notice of remains of extinct Vertebrata, from the valley of the Niobrara River, collected during the exploring expedition ofin Nebraska, under the command of Lieut G.

Warren, U. Top. Eng., by Dr. FV Hayden, geologist of the Expedition. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of the United States of America Cited by: 3. March 30; Remarks on an Optical Illusion; Notice of Remains of Extinct Vertebrata, from the Valley of the Niobrara River, Collected during the Exploring Expedition ofin Nebraska, under the Command of Lieut.

Warren, U. Top. Eng., by Dr. Hayden, Geologist to the Expedition; Descriptions of New Species of Neuropterous Insects. INVESTIGATIONS OF FLUVIAL SEDIMENTS OF THE NIOBRARA RIVER NEAR VALENTINE, NEBRASKA By B.

R. Colby, D. Q. Matejka, and D. W. Hubbell Prepared as part of a program of the Department of the Interior for development of the Missouri River Basin Washington, D. C., Free on application to the Geological Survey, Washing D.

by: 1.Fossils of the giant short-faced bear. Arctodus simus (Cope. ), have been recovered from over localities in North America, extending from Mexico to Alaska and California to Virginia.Abstract.

The Niobrara River is an ecologically and economically important resource in Nebraska. The Nebraska Department of Natural Resources’ recent designation of the hydraulically connected surface- and groundwater resources of the Niobrara River Basin as “fully appropriated” has emphasized the importance of understanding linkages between the physical and .