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dc.contributor.authorDavies, L. M.en
dc.date.accessioned2018-01-31T11:42:16Z
dc.date.available2018-01-31T11:42:16Z
dc.date.issued1941en
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/1842/27872
dc.description.abstract1. Notes on the geology of Kohat ... Journal and Proceedings,Âsiatic Society of Bengal, N.S., 20, 1924, No. 6, 207 -224. 2 plates. | 2. Remarks on Carter's genus Conulites. Records, Geological SU_mTey of India, 59, Part 2, 1926, 237 -253. 5 plates. | 3. Remarks on the known Indien species of Conoclypeus. RecordsG2olo i cal Survey of India, 59, Part 3, 1926, 358 -370. 2 plates. | 4. Notes on the correlation of Pinfold's Chharat series with the Eocene stages of Sind and Europe. Trans. of the Mining and Geological Institute of India, 20, 1926, Part 3, 195 -215. | 5. Supplement to 'Notes on the correlation of Pinfold's Chharat series.' Trans. of the Mining and Geological Institute of India, 21, 1927, 313 -321. 1 diagram. | 6. The Ranikot beds at Thal. `.?art. Journal of the Geological Society,, 83, Part 2, 260 -290. 1 diagram and 5 Plates. | 7. The age and origin of the gypsum associated with the salt deposits of irohat. Trans. of the lining and Geological Institúte of India, 24, 1929, 202 -232. 6 plates. | 8. Fossil fauna of the Saaena Range and some neighbouring areas. Introductory note. Palaeontologia Indica, = -.'s., 25, Part 1, 1930, 1 -15. 4 plates. | 9. Fossil fauna of the Semana Range. The Palaeocene foraminifera, Palaeontologia Indica, N.S., 25, Part 6, 67 -79. 1 plate. | 10. The genus Dictyoconus and its allies. Transactions of the _oya1 +-society of Edinburgh, 56, Part 2, 1930, 1!.G5 -505. 2 plates. | 11. The genera Dictyoconoides _.uti tall, Loci l artia Nov., and Royal i a .Lamarck. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 57, Part 2, 1932 -33, 397 -428. 4 plates. | 12. Eocene beds of the Punjab Salt Range. Nature, 135, February 2 1935, 188. | 13. Extent of the Ranikot Sea. Nature, 139, March 6 1937, 114. | 14. Eocene beds of the Punjab Salt Range. Palaeontologia Indica, 24, Memoir No. 1. 79pp . 7 plates. | 15. Westward extension of the Ranikot Sea. Nature, 141, January 29 1938, 202. | 16. Quelques observations sur les derniers dépôts marins dans le Mord -Ouest de l'Inde. C.R.S. de la Soc. Gjol. de France, 15, 1938, 294-5. | 17. Eocene beds in Waziristan. Nature, 142, August 13 1938, 296. | 18. An early Dictyoconus and the genus Orbitolina. Trans. of the 2o; al Society of Edinburgh, 59, Part 3, 1938 -39, 773 -790. 2 plates. | 19. The Upper Mirth= beds of North- West India. Quart. Journal of the Geol. Society of London, 96, 1910, 199 -230. 4 plates. | 20. Geographical changes in North -West India during late Cretaceous and early Tertiary times. Proceedings of the Sixth Pacific Science Congress, 1939. 483 -501. | 21. Note on three Tiimalayan. rivers. Geological Magazine, 77 No. 5, 1919, 410-412. | 22. Correlation of Laki beds. Geological Magazine, 77 Nb. 3, 1940, 252 -3. | 23. Correlation of Laki beds. Geological Magazine, 78, 1941, 151-2. | 24. The 'Dunghan' limestone and Ranikot beds in Baluchistan. Geological Magazine, 78, 1941, 316-7. | 25. The geology of Inchkeith. Transactions of the Royal Society of 1dinbur h, 58, Part 3, 1935 -36, 753 -786. 2 plates.en
dc.publisherThe University of Edinburghen
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dc.subjectAnnexe Thesis Digitisation Project 2017 Block 16en
dc.titleFossil formaninifera of late cretaceous and early tertiary times, and their significance as strategic indicesen
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dc.type.qualificationnamePhD Doctor of Philosophyen


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