Ordovician and Silurian Faunas from Arctic Canada
By Teichert, Curt
Pp. 169; 1 large folding map, 24 black-and-white photo-plates. Contemporary blue ribbed cloth, lettered in gilt on the spine, lg 8vo (280 x180 mm). Report of the Fifth Thule Expedition 1921-24, volume 1, no. 5 by the Danish Expedition to Arctic North America in charge of Knud Rasmusswen. The contents include: General Geology of the Paleozoic Areas - Southampton Island - Melville Peninsula and Iglulik Island - Brodeur Peninsula - Cockburn Land - King William Land; Late Pre-Cambrian Sedimentary Formations of Cockburn Land; General Remarks on Stratigraphy and Correlation: Ordovician – Silurian; Description of the Fossils. Newspaper clipping of Arctic explorer Freuchen Spurns laid in at front – Spurns was a member of the 1924 Thule Expedition that explored Arctic Canada. From the research library of Arthur K. Miller with his bookplate and signature on the front endpaper.
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