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Annea was surfing the web last night for various odds & ends for her collection of teaching aids for her upcoming instructorship and found an interesting collection of 20 paleogeographic maps from Precambrian to Future +250 million years; at each map page (upper left ("more information") there is more information about each geological time period. She saved a set to her laptop (which I copied to mine) as visual aids for continental drift and the origins of the continents & seas. Neat stuff! Example here is Late Jurassic.
Site link is:

http://www.scotese.com/earth.htm

(Permission to copy & link map by (c) 2010, C. R. Scotese from Scotese, C. R., 2001. Atlas of Earth History, Volume 1, Paleogeography,PALEOMAP Project, Arlington, Texas, 52 pp.)
11_Late_Jurassic.jpg 


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