Mohawkian

Mohawkian

[mō′hȯk·ē·ən]
(geology)
A North American stage of middle Ordovician geologic time, above Chazyan and below Edenian.
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Down at the small fires Sizeac has recreated the last Mohawkian campfire.
The show starts with a rather bland easel-scale style of abstraction: Illinois, 1977, and Mohawkian, 1980, are typical efforts, with their powdery matte grounds intruded upon by muscular shapes.
Upper Ordovician (Mohawkian) carbon isotope ([[delta].sup.13]C) stratigraphy in eastern and central North America: regional expression of a perturbation in the global carbon cycle.
The Manheim is in the Diplacanthograptus spiniferus graptolite Zone and the Haldane is likely with the upper part of the Belodina confluens conodont Zone, which indicates the bed would be mid-Katian and latest Mohawkian. The timing of volcanism is surprisingly close to the period of volcanic activity of the Taconic arc near the eastern margin of Laurentia.