Fossil Corals from Central America, Cuba, and Porto Rico: With an Account of the American Tertiary, Pleistocene, and Recent Coral Reefs
Bulletin 103 contains eleven separate "extracts" dealing with the geological and paleontological nature of the Panama Canal Zone and related areas of Central America and the West Indies.
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Anguilla Antigua Antigua formation antiguensis areas Astraea atolls Bahamas Bainbridge barrier reef calices calicular Canal Zone Carnegie Inst coast collected by T. W. columella coral reefs corallites Corallum costae Cuba Cyathomorpha cycles of septa D. F. MacDonald dentate deposits depth developed diameter dissepiments Duncan edge Edwards and Haime elevated Ellis and Solander Emperador limestone Eocene exotheca fathoms fauna feet figs flat Florida Foraminifera formed genus Geol Goniopora harbors islands Journ lagoons Lamarck limestone Linnaeus living reefs Locality and geologic London Quart lower Madrepora Maeandra miles Milne Edwards Miocene Murray Island National Museum Oligocene Orbicella annularis OrbiceUa Plate platform Pleistocene Pliocene Porto Rico reef corals sea level secondaries septa septal margins shore line Siderastrea siderea slightly species specimen station strand line stratigraphic Stylophora subequal submarine synapticulae synonymy T. W. Vaughan Tertiary thick tion unconformity upper surface usually Verrill wall West Indian West Indies