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Revision of the deep-water Mollusca of the Atlantic coast of North America

Revision of the deep-water Mollusca of the Atlantic coast of North America

with descriptions of new genera and species

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Published by s.n. in [Washington? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mollusks -- North America.,
  • Zoology.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Addison E. Verrill and Katharine J. Bush.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 14020
    ContributionsBush, Katharine J. b. 1855.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 microfiches (96 fr.)
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22009621M
    ISBN 100665140207

      Packard EL () Mesozoic and Cenozoic Mactrinae of the Pacific coast of North America. Bull Depart Geol Univ Calif Publ 9(15)– Google Scholar Palacio EF, Gracia A, Duque G () Benthic Mollusks of La Guajira (10 and 50 m depths), Colombian : Javier H. Signorelli. It is an accumulation of sediments along the coast which build up sand bars and barrier islands to trap the water. Atlantic and Gulf Coasts. Where are Salt marshes extensive in North America? grasses and other marsh plants. What types of plants dominate salt marshes?

    I.. Introduction. The freshwater bivalves of North America are represented by two native groups, the freshwater mussels (Unionoidea) and the pill, fingernail, and pea clams (Sphaeriidae), as well as two widely publicized invasive genera, Corbicula and mollusks 1 have interesting and important ecological interactions with their environments, not the least of which is their. Atlantic salinity is modulated by both ice sheet formation/ melting and the export of salt out of the basin by NADW [Broecker et al., a]. When Atlantic salinity is reduced, the surface density in the high-latitude north becomes insufficient for surface water to sink, thus .

      Verrill, A.E. () Third catalogue of Mollusca recently added to the fauna of the New England coast and the adjacent parts of the Atlantic, consisting mostly of deep sea species, with notes on other previously recorded. While some evidence for the predicted increase in North Atlantic Deep Water (NADW) formation exists in the Caribbean and Western Atlantic, similar evidence is missing in the wider Atlantic. Here, we present stable carbon (δ13C) and oxygen (δ18O) isotope records from the Southeast Atlantic-a key region for monitoring the southern extent of NADW.


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Addison E Verrill, Katherine J Bush () Revision of the deep-water Mollusca of the Atlantic coast of North America, with descriptions of new genera and species. Part I.—Bivalvia. Proceedings United States Museum, xx: Revision of the deep-water Mollusca of the Atlantic coast of North America, with descriptions of new genera and species.

(Washington, Gov't. Print. Off., ), by A. Verrill, Katharine J. Bush, and United States National Museum (page images at HathiTrust). Verrill, A. (Addison Emery), Revision of the deep-water Mollusca of the Atlantic coast of North America, with descriptions of new genera and species.

(Washington, Gov't. Print. Off., ), also by Katharine J. Bush and United States National Museum (page images at HathiTrust). Revision of the deep-water Mollusca of the Atlantic Coast of North America [microform]: with descriptio Elements of conchology, according to the Linnean system [microform] / by E.J.

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The type species of Axinodon ellipticus Verrill & Bush, and Kellia symmetros Jeffreys, are re-described. It is concluded that the two species are not conspecific and that K. symmetros cannot be placed in the genus family affinity of Axinodon is not resolved, although it is probable that this genus belongs to the symmetros is the type species of.

Although not intended as a taxonomic revision, the deep-water protobranchs Y. valettei, Y. ecaudata, and Y. sabrina appear most morphologically and anatomically similar to deep-sea species of the.

Deep-water Thyasiridae (Mollusca: Bivalvia) from the Oman Margin, Arabian Sea, new species and examples of endemism and cosmopolitanism Article in Zootaxa (1):(1)– August Revision of the deep water Mollusca of the Atlantic Coast of North America with descriptions of new genera and species Part 1 Bivalvia.

Proceedings of the United States National Museum. Kaas P. () The genus Acanthochitona Gray, (Mollusca, Polyplacophora) in the north-eastern Atlantic Ocean and in the Mediterranean Sea, with designation of neotypes of A.

fascicularis (L., ) and of A. crinita (Pennant, ). Bulletin du Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, 4e. sér., 7, section A 3: –Cited by: 7. Teuthowenia megalops, sometimes known as the Atlantic cranch squid, is a species of glass squid from the subarctic and temperate waters of the northern Atlantic are moderately sized squid with a maximum mantle length of 40 cm (16 in).

Their very large eyes are the source for the specific name megalops (Greek for "large eyes"). Like other members of the genus Teuthowenia, they are Family: Cranchiidae. The genus Acanthochitona Gray, (Mollusca, Polyplacophora) in the north-eastern Atlantic Ocean and in the Mediterranean Sea, with designation of neotypes Cited by: 3.

Mollusca from a species-rich deep-water Leptometra community in the Alboran Sea. An exceptional species richness for Mollusca was found on Avempace bank ( m), Djibouti group, Alboran Sea, where the most abundant species was the crinoid Leptometra phalangium.

Bouchet P., Warén A. Revision of the North-East Atlantic bathyal and. Based on the original interpretation of surface water changes in the Caribbean, many studies have marked the early Pliocene as a key interval in the CAS closure history and linked it to proxy records that indicate an enhancement in NADW 3,4,5,8,19,21,24,However, the evidence for NADW changes during the early Pliocene is mainly limited to the Caribbean Sea and deep equatorial Western Cited by: ─── American seashells.

Second edition. The marine Mollusca of the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of North America. New York, Van Nostrand Reinhold Co. p. Adams, A. a: Contributions towards a monograph of the Trochidae, a family of gasteropodous Mollusca.Chapter 6: North Atlantic deep water (NADW) the combination of cooling of surface waters, evaporation, and sea ice formation produces cold, salty north atlantic deep water that sinks and then flows southward towards Antarctica.