Publication - Michigan Geological and Biological Survey

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The Survey., 1915
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Page 3 - LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL To the Honorable, the Board of Geological and Biological Survey of the State of Michigan: Gov.
Page 3 - DIRECTOR, RC ALLEN. SCIENTIFIC ADVISORS. Geologists.— Dr. LL Hubbard, Houghton; Prof. WH Hobbs, Ann Arbor; Prof. WH Sherzer, Ypsilanti. Botanists. — Prof. EA Bessey, East Lansing; Prof. FC Newcombe, Ann Arbor. Zoologists. — Prof. WB Barrows, East Lansing; Prof. J. Reighard, Ann Arbor; Dr. Bryant Walker, Detroit.
Page 39 - ... formations. The Lower Huronian is overlain unconformably by the Palms formation of the Middle Huronian. The evidence of this relationship does not refer to any one locality but is based largely on general field relations, and particularly upon a lack of continuity of the Lower Huronian formations which is believed to be due to erosion preceding the deposition of the Upper Huronian. Van Hise and Leith** summarize the evidence as follows: "The fact that where the belt of conglomerate at the base...
Page 3 - THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, HON. FRED L. KEELER. THE PRESIDENT OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION, HON. THOMAS W. NADAL.
Page 27 - Negaunee on the assumption of practical continuity with the Vulcan formation of the Crystal Falls district to the south and lack of continuity with the Negaunee formation a few miles northward.
Page 31 - Menominee) presenting similar puzzling relations with beds known to be Huronian, and younger as well as lithologically different from any rock then known to be of that period. "A careful consideration of all of the facts to be observed in the Menominee region confirms me in this hypothesis, "*- The conclusion of Brooks is confirmed by the work of Hotchkiss in the Florence district of Wisconsin in...

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