BL3042D. The Geology of the Glass Mountains, Texas, Part II, Faunal Summary and Correlation of the Permian Formations with Description of Brachiopoda, by R. E. King. 146 p., 5 figs., 44 plates, 1930. Downloadable PDF. For Part I, please see BL3038D.
Form the Acknowledgments
This memoir is the result of field work in Trans-Pecos Texas by the writer and his brother, Philip B. King, during the summers of 1925 to 1928, and of the laboratory study of their own and various other collections of Permian fossils from this region. The work was presented as a doctor's dissertation at Yale University in 1929, and final work on the manuscript by the author was completed in August of that year. The investigation was largely made possible by the financial support of the writer's parents, though a material aid to field work was given through generous purchase of our fossil collections by Prof. Charles Schuchert, and by allotments for field expenses by the Texas Bureau of Economic Geology.
Keywords: brachiopods, fossils, Glass Mountains, Permian, Texas, Trans-Pecos Texas
King, R. E., The Geology of the Glass Mountains, Texas, Part II, Faunal Summary and Correlation of the Permian Formations with Description of Brachiopoda: University of Texas, Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, UT Bulletin 3042, 146 p.