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- (geology) of a geologic period within the Paleozoic era; comprises the lower, middle and upper Mississippian and lower, middle and upper Pennsylvanian epochs from about 345 to 280 million years ago, when coal was laid down
- of, or relating to carbon or coal
- (geology) the Carboniferous period
- The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a. [Carbon + -ferous.]
Producing or containing carbon or coal.
Carboniferous age (Geol.), the
age immediately following the Devonian, or Age of
fishes, and characterized by the vegetation which formed the
coal beds. This age embraces three periods, the
Subcarboniferous, the Carboniferous, and
Permian. See Age of acrogens, under
Acrogen. -- Carboniferous formation
(Geol.), the series of rocks (including sandstones,
shales, limestones, and conglomerates, with beds of coal) which
make up the strata of the Carboniferous age or period. See
the Diagram under Geology.
- Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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