eifelian


eifelian
ei·fe·li·an

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  • eifelian — eifelián s. n. (sil. li an) [ei pron. germ. ai ] Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic  EIFELIÁN s.n. (geol.) Primul etaj al devonianului mediu. // adj. Care aparţine acestui etaj. [pron. li an. / < …   Dicționar Român

  • eifelian — (ˈ)ī|fēlēən adjective Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: Eifel, region in western Germany + English ian : of, relating to, or constituting a subdivision of the European Devonian see geologic time table …   Useful english dictionary

  • Eifelian Stage — ▪ geology       lowermost of the two standard worldwide divisions of Middle Devonian (Devonian Period) rocks and time. Eifelian time spans the interval between 397.5 million and 391.8 million years ago. The name of the Eifelian Stage is derived… …   Universalium

  • Marcellus Formation — Stratigraphic range: Middle Devonian …   Wikipedia

  • Devonian Period — Interval of geologic time from 417 to 354 million years ago; it was the fourth period of the Paleozoic Era. During the Devonian, a giant continent was situated in the Southern Hemisphere (see Gondwana), and other landmasses were located in the… …   Universalium

  • Elk Point Group — Stratigraphic range: Middle Devonian …   Wikipedia

  • Devonian — For the Celtic language, see Southwestern Brythonic language; for the residents of the English county, see Devon. Devonian Period 416–359.2 million years ago …   Wikipedia

  • Onychodus — Temporal range: Eifelian–Famennian …   Wikipedia

  • Deinodus — is a form genus that includes two species: the form found in the Onondaga Formation of western New York, Deinodus bennetti, and the form found in the Columbus and Limestone of central Ohio, Deinodus ohioensis. Both species are limited to the… …   Wikipedia

  • Geologic time scale — This clock representation shows some of the major units of geological time and definitive events of Earth history. The Hadean eon represents the time before fossil record of life on Earth; its upper boundary is now regarded as 4.0 Ga.[1] Other… …   Wikipedia