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synopsis of the characters of the Carboniferous limestone fossils of Ireland.

Frederick McCoy

synopsis of the characters of the Carboniferous limestone fossils of Ireland.

by Frederick McCoy

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Published by Printed at the University Press by M. H. Gill in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paleontology -- Carboniferous.,
  • Paleontology -- Ireland.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsGriffith, Richard John, Sir, 1784-1878.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii (5)-207 p. :
    Number of Pages207
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20192802M

    Sir Frederick McCoy KCMG FRS ( – 16 May ), was an Irish palaeontologist, zoologist, and museum administrator, active in Australia. He is noted for founding the Botanic Garden of the University of Melbourne in Awards: Murchison Medal (), Clarke Medal ().   Orthoconic nautiloid cephalopod genera - Volume Issue 1 - C. H. Holland A synopsis of the characters of the Carboniferous limestone fossils of Ireland, pp. pl. 1– London. M'Coy, F. A Synopsis of the Silurian Fossils of Ireland Cited by: 7.

    Outline of the Geology of Ireland" "Notice respecting the Fossils of the Mountain Limestone of Ireland, as compared with those of Great Britain, and also with the Devonian System" "A Synopsis of the Characters of the Carboniferous Limestone Fossils of Ireland" (com Frederick McCoy)Morte: 22 de setembro de (94 anos), Dublim. Type species: Bairdia curta M'Coy, Primary references [ edit ] M'Coy, F. A synopsis of the characters of the Carboniferous limestone fossils of Ireland, 1.

    A synopsis of the characters of the Carboniferous Limestone fossils of Ireland (London): 6 The Fossil Record 2. Chapman & Hall, London, pp. International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. Opinion Orthoceras Bruguiere, (class Cephalopoda): placed on the Official List of Generic in of Zoological.   Among his many geological works the following may be mentioned: Outline of the Geology of Ireland (); Notice respecting the Fossils of the Mountain Limestone of Ireland, as compared with those of Great Britain, and also with the Devonian System (); A Synopsis of the Characters of the Carboniferous Limestone Fossils of Ireland () (with F. McCoy); A Synopsis of the Silurian Fossils.


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A synopsis of the characters of the Carboniferous limestone fossils of Ireland. McCoy, Frederick, Griffith, Richard John, Sir, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Dublin:Printed at the University Press by M.H. Gill, Notes. Synopsis of the characters of the Carboniferous limestone fossils of Ireland.

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A synopsis of the characters of the Carboniferous limestone fossils of Ireland. By Frederick McCoy and Sir Richard John Griffith. Topics: Carboniferous, Ireland. A synopsis of the characters of the Carboniferous limestone fossils of Ireland. By Frederick McCoy and Sir Richard John Griffith.

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Across much of the higher ground the limestone (which belongs to the older, or Lower, Carboniferous) is capped by younger, Upper, Carboniferous millstone grits and shales. On Slieve Elva ( metres), streams run off the grits and shales, and then disappear into 'swallow holes' when they reach the limestone boundary.

In Carboniferous limestone there are lots of caves such as Ailwee in Co. Clare, Crag Cave in Co. Kerry, Doolin in Co.

Clare, Mitchelstown in Co. Cork and Marble Arch in Co. Fermanagh. 9 Geology for Schools in Ireland Synopsis of the characters of the Carboniferous limestone fossils of Ireland.

Dublin, Printed at the University Press by M.H. Gill, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Frederick McCoy; Richard John Griffith, Sir. Just in case anyone else is interested, I've now received the McCoy, "A Synopsis of the Characters of the Carboniferous Limestone Fossils of Ireland" from Delhi and it's a pretty good reprint, the plates are a lot clearer than the download and the facsimile text is beautiful.

I don't know why anyone bothers to produce OCR scans of books like this. A synopsis of the characters of the Carboniferous limestone fossils of Ireland K.

Bandel. Description and classification of Late Triassic Neritimorpha (Gastropoda, Mollusca) from the St Cassian Formation, Italian : Gastropoda. M'Coy F., A synopsis of the characters of the Carboniferous limestone fossils of Ireland, Waagen W.

Productus Limestone Fossils, Part II, Salt Range Fossils, Palaeontologia Indica, Series 13 1 2, Clarke J. () Naples fauna in western New York, pt. 2, New York State Museum Memoirs 6,   A synopsis of the characters of the Carboniferous limestone fossils of Ireland.

Dublin, Printed at the University Press by M.H. Gill. Rushton, A. The real M’Coy. Lethaia Wilson, M.A. Conodont biostratigraphy and paleoenvironments at the Mississippian-Pennsylvanian boundary (Carboniferous: Namurian) in the Spring Mountains.

A Synopsis of the Characters of the Carboniferous Limestone Fossils of Ireland, London. Mccoy, F., “A Systematic Description of the British Palæozoic Fossils in the Geological Museum of the University of Cambridge”, in A Synopsis of the Classification of the British Palœozoic Rocks, by Sedgwick, A., London and by: 3.

Abstract: A large number of fenestrate bryozoan species were named in ‘A Synopsis of the Characters of the Carboniferous Limestone Fossils of Ireland’ by Frederick M‘Coy ().

At the same time, M‘Coy named the bryozoan genera Ichthyorachis, Ptylopora and Polypora, each of which by monotypy or by subsequent designation was based on new species within that by: 6. The land that is now Ireland then moved north close to the equator, at this time, known as the Carboniferous period, a sea extended across Ireland allowing for the for the formation of sedimentary rocks such as sandstone and mudstone.

Over the next 50 million years limestone. NEW FENESTRATE BRYOZOA FROM THE CARBONIFEROUS OF COUNTY FERMANAGH. A Synopsis of the Characters. Limestone Fossils of Ireland. Dublin. University. Press, pp. MORRIS, J. ().Author: Patrick N Wyse Jackson. A large number of fenestrate bryozoan species were named in ‘A Synopsis of the Characters of the Carboniferous Limestone Fossils of Ireland’ by Frederick M‘Coy ().

Notice respecting the Fossils of the Mountain Limestone of Ireland, as compared with those of Great Britain, and also with the Devonian System () A Synopsis of the Characters of the Carboniferous Limestone Fossils of Ireland () (with F McCoy) A Synopsis of the Silurian Fossils of Ireland () (with F McCoy) See memoirs in Quart.

Journ. : Wollaston medal (). d and Ireland by UKGE pm. Read More. Malahide Beach (Non-UK) To the east of Malahide town centre is a small beach on which it is easy to find loose carboniferous fossils and limestone pebbles containing beautifully preserved crinoids, bryozoans, bivalves, corals and .A stratigraphical list of British fossils; arranged under the principal division of the British strata, with a few elementary remarks on their character and localities.

LondonSociety for Promoting Christian Knowledge A synopsis of the characters of the Carboniferous limestone fossils of Ireland.Griffith’s particular interest in the Carboniferous Limestone rocks led him to amass a large collection of fossils from the formation; and he employed Frederick McCoy, a young paleontologist, to describe them in a well-illustrated and valuable publication, A Synopsis of the Characters of the Carboniferous Limestone Fossils of Ireland, published in at Griffith’s own expense.