Abstract

Session of March 17

The Cordilleran Section of the Geological Society of America held its twenty-second annual meeting at Bacon Hall, University of California, on March 17, 1923, in conjunction with the Pacific Coast Section of the Paleontological Society of America and the Le Conte Club.

ELECTION OF OFFICERS

The following officers were elected to serve during 1924:

Chairman, William S. W. Kew

Secretary, John P. Buwalda

Councilor, Eliot Blackwelder

PROGRAM OF PAPERS

The meeting was called to order at 9.50 a. m. by the Chairman of the Section, W. S. W. Kew.

The following papers were presented in the order indicated:

PLEISTOCENE FORMATION AND FAUNA FROM PEARD BAT, ALASKA

BY CHARLES E. MEEK

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NEW EARLIEST KNOWN VERTE BRATES

BY A. J. TIEJE

(Abstract)

New Ordovician vertebrate remains have been discovered by T. S. Lovering and the writer 3 miles west of the mouth of . . .

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