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Mississippian
1. The Early Carboniferous subperiod which is followed by the Pennsylvanian and comprises the Tournaisian, Visean, and Serpukhovian Epochs. It is dated at 362.5–322.8 Ma ( Harland et al., 1989).

2. The name of the corresponding N. American sub-system which comprises the Kinderhookian, Osagean, Meramecian, and Chesterian Series. It is roughly contemporaneous with the Dinantian plus the Namurian A of western Europe.

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Mississippian

Mississippian
1. The Early Carboniferous subperiod which is followed by the Pennsylvanian and comprises the Tournaisean, Visean, and Serpukhovian Epochs. It is dated at 362.5–322.8 Ma.

2. The name of the corresponding North American subsystem which comprises the Kinderhookian, Osagean, Meramecian, and Chesterian Series. It is roughly contemporaneous with the Dinantian plus the Namurian A of western Europe.

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Mississippian

Mississippian See CARBONIFEROUS.

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Mississippian

Mississippian See CARBONIFEROUS.

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Mississippian

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