Wyoming, 1965 : report

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Report created 9 November 1965. Report on Gazin's summer field work with Franklin L. Pearce in the Green River Basin of Wyoming, 1965. Includes correspondence (8 and 9 November 1965). Also includes one page summary of collecting activities in th emiddle Eocene Bridger formation, Sage Creek, Grizzly Buttes (Uinta County), Bitter Creek in Sweetwater County, the lower Eocene Wasatchian localities near Big Piney, and other localities.

Date Range


Start Date

Nov 09, 1965

End Date

Nov 09, 1965

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  • Vertebrates
  • Paleontology


  • United States
  • Wyoming
  • Uinta
  • Sweetwater


  • Fieldbook record
  • Field notes
  • Reports

Accession #

SIA RU007314

Collection name

Charles Lewis Gazin Papers, 1901-1984 and undated

Physical Description

1 folder

Physical Location

Smithsonian Institution Archives


Box 20 Folder 2