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Palaeogeography is the geography of the ancient Earth; it aims to establish the arrangement of the continents and landforms through time. This site provides a discussion of paleogeography as a science and reviews continent configurations in Mesozoic to Cenozoic time, thereby placing each geologic Time Period into a historical geologic context. Information is arranged by time period and is illustrated with plate tectonic maps.
Subject: Geoscience:Oceanography, Geology Resource Type: Audio/Visual:Maps Theme: Teach the Earth:Course Topics:Oceanography Focus on the Cretaceous: Sea Level, Paleogeography, Stratigraphy Topics: Ocean, Earth surface, Time/Earth History
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