Fossil Seals From the Calvert Formation of the Pamunkey River, Hanover County, Virginia

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Study of the remains of seals at the Calvert Formation, Pamunkey River Region. Includes discussion of the material found and research by Edward Drinker Cope.


Cope, E. D (Edward Drinker) 1840-1897


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Printed in the Guidebook for the 1984 Field Trip Atlantic Coastal Plain Geological Association, Lauck W. Ward and Kathleen Kraft, eds. Includes bibliography, list of abbreviations, and acknowledgements.

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Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the outcropping Tertiary beds in the Pamunkey River Region, Central Virginia Coastal Plain Geological Association (Journal)

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  • Seals (Animals)
  • National Collections

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pp. 232-235

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