4 edition of Paleoecology of an early Pleistocene lake on the high plains of Texas. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Roger Y. Anderson and Douglas W. Kirkland, editors.|
|Series||Geological Society of America. Memoir, 113, Memoir (Geological Society of America) ;, 113.|
|Contributions||Kirkland, Douglas W., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE39.5.P3 A5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 215 p.|
|Number of Pages||215|
|LC Control Number||79098523|
Nebraska High Plains. University Press of America, Whsa ington, DC. piral Fractured Mammoth Bone from Nonhuman 1 S Taphonomic Processes at Hot Springs Mammoth Site. In Bone Modification, edited by R. Bonnichsen and M. H. Sorg, pp. – Center for the Study of Early Man, University of Maine, Orono. Ahler, S. : L. Adrien Hannus, C. Vance Haynes, Pat Shipman, Marvin Kay, Eric C. Grimm, Glen G. Fredlund. mation about the Paleoindian period as the High Plains. This is particularly true of the Llano Estacado, which is that part of eastern New Mexico and NW Texas that Vance Hol-liday defines as the Southern High Plains. Today this ex-tensive plateau (ca. , sq km) is a semiarid steppe, but during the Late Pleistocene it was a cooler, moister sa-.
In "Society for American Archaeology, Program with Abstracts," p. Holliday, V. T. (). Observations on the geologic setting of Paleo-Indian sites on the Southern High Plains. Current Research in the Pleistocene 1, Holliday, V. T. (). Archaeological geology of the Lubbock Lake site, Southern High Plains of by: Get this from a library! Plainview: the enigmatic Paleoindian artifact style of the Great Plains. [Vance T Holliday; Eileen McAllister Johnson; Ruthann Knudson;] -- "The Plainview Paleoindian artifact style was first recognized in , after numerous projectile points were found during excavations of a bison kill site near Plainview, Texas.
Summary and Conclusions. The stratigraphy of loess deposits which have been investigated on Fort Riley exhibits the same sequence of loess units and intercalated buried soils as is found elsewhere in the region, but adds detail unique to the reservation. It is usually divided into Early, Middle, and Late periods, although archaeologists have assigned different absolute timespans to each. For example, those who focus on the western Great Plains generally equate the Early Archaic with the mid-Holocene climatic maximum (Atlantic, Hypsithermal, or .
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Paleoecology of an early Pleistocene lake on the high plains of Texas. [Boulder, Colo.]: Geological Society of America, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Roger Y Anderson; Douglas W Kirkland. The early Pleistocene (Blancan) Rita Blanca lake deposits in the north-western part of the Panhandle of Texas occupy a deflation basin cut through the caprock of the Pliocene Ogallala Group.
During its maximum development, Rita Blanca lake had an elliptical shape with a north-south length of about 6 miles and a breadth of about miles. / PLEISTOCENE AND RECENT ENVIRONMENTS OF THE CENTRAL GREAT PLAINS, University of Kansas SP 3, Lawrence,cl, pages, - 2 - $ 55 Erwin, D.
/ THE GREAT PALEOZOIC CRISIS: Life and Death in the Permian, New York,pb, pages, - 1 - $ Paleoecology is the study of the interaction of ancient plants and animals with each other and with their physicochemical environment. The stratigraphic and paleontologic records of lakes, rivers, ponds, swamps, and similar aquatic environments permit the paleoecologist to study the ecological and environmental interactions and the evolution of inland aquatic ecosystems through long intervals.
Within the Great Plains, one of the highest concentrations of Paleoindian sites and research is on the Southern High Plains of northwestern Texas and eastern New Mexico (figs.
). The first excavations at the Clovis site, New Mexico, just a few years after the Folsom finds, began one of the longest traditions of Paleoindian. The study of ancient lake deposits has been helped immeasurably by limnologists, sedimentologists, and geochemists, who make observations on active lakes, and by geologists, who have concerned themselves with Pleistocene lakes and their Holocene residues.
The Lubbock Lake Landmark is located on the Southern High Plains of Texas in Yellowhouse Draw that is part of the upper Brazos River basin. The Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Lubbock Lake fish assemblages represent the first known Quaternary paleoichthyofauna for the Southern High by: 1.
The Late Quaternary archeological and paleoenvironmental records of the Southern High Plains are well preserved in the draws, dunes, and lake basins of the region.
The fill in the draws historically is most closely linked to the human history of the region because several nowrenowned archeological sites have been discovered in these by: 7. During the Early Pleistocene, a pure C 3 plant ecosystem is observed from the caves of Juyuandong (early Early Pleistocene) and Longgudong (also known as "Longgu Cave") (middle Early Pleistocene.
Geoarchaeological and Paleohydrological Evidence for a Clovis-Age Drought in North America and Its Bearing on Extinction V.T. Archaeological geology of the Lubbock Lake site, Southern High Plains of Texas Geological Society of America D.W.
Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Paleoecology and Archaeology of the eastern Great Lakes Cited by: Kornfeld, M., Larson, M.
L., and Stanford, Dennis J. "Human Paleoecology of the Central High Plains of North America: The Hutton-Pinkham Site and Vicinity." in Paleoecology of Pleistocene-Holocene of Northern Asia and America, edited by Drozdov, N., – Siberian Branch of the Academy of Sciences, USSR.
In Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Paleoecology and Archaeology of the Eastern Great Lakes Region, edited by R. Laub, N. Miller, and D. Steadman, pp. Bulletin Vol. Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences, Buffalo, New York. a Thedford Resources by Douglas W.
Kirkland (3) Paleoecology of an early Pleistocene lake on the high plains of Texas. / Roger Y. Anderson and Douglas W.
Kirkland, editors. Paleoecology of an early pleistocene lake on the high plains of Texas / by Royer Y. Anderson and Douglas W. Kirkland Article Paleoecology of an Early Pleistocene Lake on the High Plains of Texas. The High Plains aquifer, one of the largest freshwater aquifers in the world, is the primary source of potable and irrigation waters in the central Great Plains and underpins much of the region’s economy (Fig.
1).The aquifer provides ~30% of irrigation waters for the United States and drinking water for 82% of the population living within the aquifer boundary (Dennehy, ).
Vance Holliday at the Murray Springs Clovis site, Arizona (photo by Scott Drane) Wanna buy a rock. The High Plains of northwest Texas, (D.J.
Meltzer) Vance Holliday received a B.A. with Honors in Anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin (); an M.A.
in Museum Science from Texas Tech University (); and a Ph.D. in Geology from the University of Colorado-Boulder (). MAIN LIBRARY. Perry-Castañeda Library East 21st St. Austin, TX. Phone: () A major component of geoarchaeology is the reconstruction of paleoenvironments at archaeological sites or within a region.
Paleoenvironmental information can be essential for understanding the environment before, during, and after site occupation, and it may provide insights into environmental changes that influenced technology, social structure, human subsistence, and.
Early museum research was conducted by the Witte Museum at the Shumla Caves in the lower Pecos region in the early s; in addition, the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum was established in and carried out research in the Panhandle of Texas.
The research of Alex D. Krieger at the University of Texas from to served to integrate. *Vance T. Holliday, New Data on the Stratigraphy and Pedology of the Clovis and Plainview Sites, Southern High Plains. Quaternary Research, *Vance T. Holliday, Early Holocene Soils at the Lubbock Lake Archaeological Site, Texas.
Catena. Late Pleistocene Vertebrate Paleoecology of the West. University of Texas Press, Austin. Haynes, C. Vance Jr. Geochronology of Late Quaternary Alluvium. In Means of Correlation of Quaternary Successions, edited by R. Morrison and H. Wright, pp. – University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.
The Geology of Salt Lake Basin Lunettes, Southern High Plains of West Texas and Eastern New Mexico M.S. Bartolino, James R: Radon in the Groundwater Surrounding the Anton Lake Basin, Hockley County, Texas: Ph.D. Bugel, Kevin.Statistical analysis of the Rita Blanca valve time seris. in" R.Y.
Anderson and D.W. Kirkland (Editors), Paleoecology of an early Pleistocene lake on the high plains of Mexico.