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Title: Geological Papers 
Link to PDF: http://purl.org/net/nysl/nysdocs/6404473_text
Series: Bulletin No. 281
Authors: Slater, G., and others.
Publish Year: 1929  NYSM ID: B.281 
Page-Plate-Fig: 110 pp., 47 figs.
Category: Geological
Disiplines: General Geology
Out-of-print: Yes
Keywords: drumlins, quaternary, mammals, Syracuse, erosion, intervals, fossil, fishes, Coccosteus, Portage, shales, Oldhamia, Murchisonites, granite, Phacoliths, contact, zones, northwest, Adirondacks 
Description: 7 papers on Drumlins; Quaternary Mammals & Syracuse; Erosion Intervals; Fossil Fishes; Coccosteus, Portage Shales; Oldhamia (Murchisonites); Granite Phacoliths, Contact Zones, Northwest Adirondacks 
Content:
  • Bryant, W.L. 1929. New or Little Known Fossil Fishes from the Hamilton Shales of New York. pp. 37-40, figs.
  • Bryant, W.L. 1929. A New Coccosteus from the Portage Shales of Western New York. pp. 41-46, figs.
  • Ruedemann, R. 1929. Note on Oldhamia (Murchisonites) occidens (Walcott). pp. 47-50, figs.
  • Buddington, A.F. 1929. Granite Phacoliths and Their Contact Zones in the Northwest Adirondack. pp. 52-107, fig.
  • Slater, G. 1929. The Structure of the Drumlins Exposed on the South Shore of Lake Ontario. pp. 3-19, figs.
  • Smith, B. 1929. Recent Finds of Quaternary Mammals at Syracuse, New York. pp. 21-24, fig.
  • Smith, B. 1929. Influence of Erosion Intervals of the Manlius-Helderberg Series of Onondaga County, New York. pp. 25-36, figs.
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