Mississippian


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Mississippian

the Lower CARBONIFEROUS of North America.
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SandRidge Mississippian Trust II (NYSE:SDR) on Thursday declared a distribution of USD2.
Critique: A model of seminal scholarship, "From Cahokia to Larson to Moundville: Death, World Renewal, and the Sacred in the Mississippian Social World of the Late Prehistoric Eastern Woodlands" is an invaluable contribution to the fields of North American archaeology and pre-Columbian Native American studies.
Their topics include southwest Florida during the Mississippi Period, the Indian River region, the Alachue of north-central Florida, an overview of the Suwanee Valley culture, Fort Walton culture in the Tallahassee Hills, and a view of Florida from the Mississippian world of Cahokia.
Natural Resource Partners LP (NYSE: NRP), a United States-based company engaged in the business of owning and managing mineral reserve properties, has acquired around 19,200 net mineral acres in the Mississippian Lime oil play in North Central Oklahoma.
24 April 2012 -- The underwriters of SandRidge Mississippian Trust II's IPO of common units, whose closing the US trust announced on Monday, have exercised in full their over-allotment option.
Under the terms of the deal, Repsol will pay SandRidge USD1bn (EUR765m) for a 25% non-operated working interest in the Extension Mississippian play and a 16% non-operated working interest in its Original Mississippian play, the US company said in a release.
The authors, basing an interpretation solely on the size and shape of the grains in those shale clasts, suggest that the clasts belong to the Upper Devonian Ohio Shale or Lower Mississippian sandstones of the Cuyahoga Series.
Flourishing with art, science, and the remarkable construction achievements of its mounds and sun calendars, Cahokia became the regional center of the Mississippian culture.
The Warsaw fauna is usually described as a typical Mississippian suspension-feeder benthic community; adding the chondrichthyan fauna provides a more comprehensive picture of the nektonic component of this ecosystem.
MANY SPECULATIONS AND THEORIES HAVE BEEN PROPOSED to explain the origins and disappearance of the Mississippian peoples whose ways of life left the Southeast and Mississippi Valley spotted with impressive and archaeologically rich mounds.
The Cahokia site is arguably the earliest, largest, and most complex site affiliated with the Mississippian cultural tradition (A.
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