Cedar Mountain Formation
The Cedar Mountain Formation is the name given to distinctive sedimentary rocks in eastern Utah that occur between the underlying Morrison Formation and overlying Naturita Formation (sometimes incorrectly called the Dakota Formation). It is composed of non-marine sediments, that is, sediments deposited in rivers, lakes and on flood plains. Based on various fossils and radiometric dates, the Cedar Mountain Formation was deposited during the last half of the Early Cretaceous, about 127 - 98 million years ago (mya).
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... were discovered in the Mussentuchit Member of the Cedar Mountain Formation in the eastern portion of the U.S ... This section of the formation is believed to represent the late Albian through early Cenomanian stages of the Late Cretaceous Period, or about 106 to 97 million years ago ... Earlier layers within the Cedar Mountain Formation contain different nodosaur species ...
... The Cedar Mountain Formation is proving to contain one of the richest and most diverse Early Cretaceous dinosaur faunas in the world ... of some of the later Cretaceous dinosaurs may lie in the Cedar Mountain, but further work is needed to understand the timing and effects the changing ...
... Gen et sp nov Valid Perle, Norell, Clark Late Cretaceous Bayan Shireh Formation Mongolia A large dromaeosaurid Agustinia Gen et sp nov Valid Bonaparte Albian Lohan Cura ... Taquet Middle Jurassic Tiougguit Formation Morocco A primitive sauropod Beipiaosaurus gen et sp nov Valid Xu, Tang, Wang Early Cretaceous Yixian Formation China A therizinosaur "Bilbeyha ...
... Its discovery was made in the Poison Strip Sandstone Member of the Cedar Mountain Formation in Grand County, Utah, United States ... in reference to the Poison Strip Sandstone Member of the Cedar Mountain Formation where the discovery was made ... adds significant new information to the Barremian-Albian fauna of the Cedar Mountain Formation ...
... sea-floor spreading are often referred to as undersea mountain ranges due to their bathymetric prominence ...
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