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geology and biology of the San Carlos mountains, Tamaulipas, Mexico

University of Michigan. San Carlos Mountains Expedition, 1930.

geology and biology of the San Carlos mountains, Tamaulipas, Mexico

reports of the University of Michigan expedition to the San Carlos mountains in 1930

by University of Michigan. San Carlos Mountains Expedition, 1930.

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Published by University of Michigan Press in Ann Arbor .
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    Places:
  • San Carlos mountains (Mexico),
  • Mexico,
  • San Carlos mountains.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- Mexico -- San Carlos mountains,
    • Zoology -- Mexico -- San Carlos mountains,
    • San Carlos mountains (Mexico)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementdirected by Lewis Burnett Kellum; members of the expedition: Harley H. Bartlett ... Edson S. Bastin ... Lee R. Dice ... Ralph W. Imlay ... Lewis B. Kellum ... George W. Rust ... [and] Edward H. Watson .
      SeriesUniversity of Michigan Studies. Scientific series., vol. 12
      ContributionsBartlett, Harley Harris, 1886-, Bastin, Edson Sunderland, b. 1878., Dice, Lee Raymond, 1887-, Imlay, Ralph Willard, 1908-, Kellum, Lewis Burnett, 1897-, Rust, George W., 1903-, Watson, Edward Hahn, 1902-, National Research Council (U.S.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE203.S3 M5
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 341 p.
      Number of Pages341
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6359886M
      LC Control Number37028161
      OCLC/WorldCa1877323

      This book, which was first published in , consists of literary translations of San Carlo Apache mythological tales. The myths include the creation of the earth, the birth of the culture hero and his ridding the world of monsters, and myths explaining the origins of certain ceremonies. Araneofauna urbana (Arachnida: Araneae) de Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, México Araneae) de Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, México The Geology and Biology of the San Carlos Mountains.

      An Clavopelma tamaulipeca in uska species han Araneae nga syahan ginhulagway ni Chamberlin hadton An Clavopelma tamaulipeca in nahilalakip ha genus nga Clavopelma, ngan familia nga Theraphosidae. Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan. An Aphonopelma geotoma in uska species han Araneae nga syahan ginhulagway ni Chamberlin hadton An Aphonopelma geotoma in nahilalakip ha genus nga Aphonopelma, ngan familia nga Theraphosidae. Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan. Ginhadi-an: Animalia.

      Where the river meets the sea: geology and landforms of the lower Coppermine River valley and Kugluktuk, Nunavut / L.A. Dredge. QE N7 D82 Airborne gamma-ray spectrometer survey: Rutledge River area, Northwest Territories (parts of NTS 75 D/13,14, and 75 E/3,4). The geology and biology of the San Carlos Mountains, Tamaulipas, Mexico: Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, Michigan University Studies in Science Series, v. 12, p. Kemp, J.F., , The copper deposits at San José, Tamaulipas, Mexico: Transactions of the Society of Mining Engineers of American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical.


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—, —: The Geology and Biology of the San Carlos Mountains, Tamaulipas, Mexico. - Ann Arbor University of Michigan Press Google ScholarCited by: 1. Potassium-argon age determinations on rocks from the Sierra de San Carlos, State of Tamaulipas, México, which are petrographically very similar to other bodies in north-eastern México and the south-central U.S.A., indicate that a NW-trending zone of alkaline complexes, at least 1, km in length, stretches from the Gulf coast to southern New Mexico.

Mexico Two new tarantulas of the genus Eurypelma from the San Carlos Mountains Ralph Vary Chamberlin, In The Geology and Biology of the San Carlos Mountains, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Univ. Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, pp. Aphonopelma geotoma. Sierra de San Carlos, also known as the Sierra Chiquita, is an isolated mountain range in the state of Tamaulipas, Mexico.

The climate is semi-arid. The highest point is Cerro El Hongo with an elevation of 1, metres (5, ft) at a location of 24° 34′ 20″ North Latitude and 99° 04′ 24″ West Longitude.

Most of the San Carlos range is much lower, averaging metres (2, ft) to metres (2, ft) in Location: Tamaulipas, Mexico. Chamberlin, R. (a). Two new tarantulas of the genus Eurypelma from the San Carlos Mountains.

In: The Geology and Biology of the San Carlos Mountains, Tamaulipas, Mexico. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, pp. The geology and biology of San Carlos mountains, Tamaulipas, Mexico: reports of the University of Michigan expedition to the San Carlos mountains indirected by Lewis Burnett Kellum; members of the expedition: Harley H.

Berlett. Revista Ciencia UANL (Julio - Septiembre ). BOLETÍN DE LA SOCIEDAD GEOLÓGICA MEXICANA Geology of the sedimentary rocks of the San Carlos Mountains, in Kellum, L.B.

(dir.), The geology and biology of the San Carlos Mountains, Tamaulipas, Mexico: Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A., University of Michigan Press, Reports of the University of Michigan expedition to the San Carlos Mountains in.

Conepatus leuconotus (Lichtenstein, ) is a mephitid commonly called the white-backed or American hog-nosed is a sexually dimorphic species with a single white stripe along the back, and is 1 of 4 species in the genus has been reported as far north as Colorado and throughout the southwestern United States including southern Arizona, New Mexico, and by: Two new tarantulas of the genus Eurypelma from the San Carlos Mountains.

In: The Geology and Biology of the San Carlos Mountains, Tamaulipas, Mexico. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, Reference page.

Additional references. Smith, A.M. Tarantula Spiders: Tarantulas of the U.S.A. and Mexico. The Sandia Mountains area covers mi 2 within six min quadrangle east and northeast of Albuquerque.

The Sandia Range is the dominant feature, but part of the Manzanita Mountains south of US, Tijeras Basin, Monte Largo (east of the Sandias), Hagan Basin (northeast of the Sandias), and an edge of the Rio Grande depression are all. Mexico Two new tarantulas of the genus Eurypelma from the San Carlos Mountains Ralph Vary Chamberlin, In The Geology and Biology of the San Carlos Mountains, Tamaulipas, Mexico.

Univ. Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, pp. Aphonopelma geotoma, Clavopelma tamaulipeca. Request PDF | On Jan 1,Royo Ochoa Miguel and others published Geología y Geohidrología en el Noroeste del Estado de Chihuahua, México | Find, read and cite all the research you need on.The San Carlos Mountains are an east-west trending range about 40 miles long and 25 miles wide that rises sharply to a height of 3, feet or more above the coastal plain of northeastern Mexico, some 50 miles west of the gulf coast, miles southwest of Brownsville, Texas, and nearly miles northwest of Tampico.

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