Palaeogeographic Reconstructions

A portfolio of some of the best websites about palaeogeography with palaeogeographic reconstructions worldwide.

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Channel Tunnel geology
Dinosaurs, top 20 sites
Dinosaurs, early finds
Dinosaur pictures
Dinosaurs, facts
Earthquakes, top 20 sites
Fossils, top 20 sites
Fossils by group
Free stuff
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Geology of Kent
Geotechnical engineering
Hominids (early man)
Ice ages
Igneous rocks
Landslips of Kent
Metamorphic rocks
Natural disasters
Planetary geology
Plate tectonics
Sedimentary rocks
Structual geology
UK field guides
USA field guides
Volcanoes UK
White cliffs of Dover
Volcano cams


Educational Sites

Global Earth History **** (1)
Palaeogeographic reconstructions, plus tectonics and sedimentation through time. Over 60 maps in total.
U.S.G.S. **** (2)
Palaeogeographic reconstructions from the U.S.G.S. with associated topic links.
Geology 3102 **** (3)
Lecture notes describing many related topics. A good starting point to understanding palaeoreconstructions.
Global Warming **** (4)
A look at the Late Cretaceous global warming and sealevel rise from the U.S.G.S.
Maps of Ancient Earth *** (5)
Simple colour-coded palaeogeographic reconstructions which make ideal introductory educational images.
Palaeomagnetism Home Page *** (6)
Cool palaeogeographic reconstructions with an emphasis on the Precambrian.
The Climate of the Pliocene *** (7)
Simulations of Earth's last great warm period. From NASA.
Paleogeographic Maps *** (8)
Detailed Tertiary maps of New Zealand.
Alpine Early Cretaceous *** (9)
Reconstructing the palaeogeography and palaeoenvironment.
Alfred Wegener *** (10)
The climatologist who started a revolution.
Palaeoclimatic Reconstruction ** (11)
Introduction to the subject with links.



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