Paleogeographic Map

Paleogeographic Map

 

a map that represents geographic conditions of the geological past, including the land and sea distribution, the river and lake network, the nature of the continental relief, the distribution of glaciers, and the borders of natural zones.

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According to their reconstructed paleogeographic map, the domain corresponding to present-day Estonia likely started to receive terrigenous clastics not only from the core of Baltica in the north/ west, as was the case during the Ediacaran, but also from uplifted areas in the east/southeast since the Early Cambrian appearance of this embayment.
One locality plotted in the middle of the seaway on each paleogeographic map from the Cretaceous which overlapped the localities current age assignment.
The creation of such maps requires three things; an extensive database of fossil molluscan taxa, paleogeographic maps, and geologic maps.
The plate tectonic evolution of the North American continent has been reconstructed in considerable detail by Ron Blake, whose series of paleogeographic maps is posted on his website at www.
The first chapter features new paleogeographic maps that document Gondwana's geological history.
Paleogeographic maps of the Late Ordovician in the Central China region and their explanation.