Chesterian

Chesterian

[che′stir·ē·ən]
(geology)
Upper Mississippian geologic time.
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While The Chesterian, Musikblatter des Anbruch, and Musica d'oggi were produced by music publishers (Chester, Universal Edition, and Ricordi, respectively), they gradually developed editorial independence.
L'Osservatorio (Bologna, 1850-1852), The New York Musical Gazette (New York, 1866-1874), Concordia (London, 1875-1876), Musician and Artist (Boston, 1876), Rivista musicale italiana (Turin, Milan, 1894-1955), The Looker-On (New York, 1895-1897), The Musician (London, 1897), Revue international de musique (Paris, 1898-1899), Mercure musical (Paris, 1905-1906), Wiener Zeitschrift fur Musik (Vienna, 1908), Der Maker (Vienna, 1909-1922), La Musique pendant la guene (Paris, 1914-1916), The Chesterian (London, 1916-1940, 1947-1961), Nea Phorminx (Athens, 1921-1923), Pull und Taktstock (Vienna, 1924-1930), Music Front (New York, 1935), and Revue international de musique (Brussels.
Comparisons of abundance, diversity, dominance, morphology, and taxonomic content of these Chesterian faunas with Pennsylvanian mid-continental faunas suggest a marine, mid-shelf environment for the lower part of the sequence.
Bivalve mollusks are a common component of the Chesterian Maxville Limestone in Ohio, although not as abundant as the brachiopods.
As a preliminary investigation, UWG's Chesterian collections were examined for specimens that preserve definite or probable evidence of predation and likely specimens were examined visually, by light microscopy, and by SEM.
Wilfred Mellers, "Mompou's Elegy," Chesterian 26, No.
Chesterian sedimentation in northwest Alabama was strongly influenced by development of the Black Warrior foreland basin (Thomas, 1974, 1985; Mars and Thomas, 1999).
Predation scars preserved in Chesterian brachiopods: probable culprits and evolutionary consequences for the articulates.
The productive areas are found in the Meramecian (= Valmeyerian) Middle Mississippian to Chesterian, Late Mississippian-age rocks.
510, The Chesterian (London, 1915-1940, 1947-1961), and The Monthly Musical Record (London, 1871-1960).
Ohio Mississippian occurrences are from the Osagian Cuyahoga and Logan formations and the Chesterian Maxville Limestone (Hyde 1953; Hoare 1990, 2004).
Conodonts from the condensed interval represent several standard Chesterian conodont zones and, by comparison with conodonts from the rest of the section, sugge st a tentative correlation of the Bangor to no more than the Haney Limestone through the lower part of the Menard Formation in the standard North American Illinois Basin section.