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Re: Paleo-reconstruction maps
> >Wanted: current book and periodical sources which provide
> >paleo-reconstructions of landmasses during the Mesozoic.
> >Looking for continental positions through time, general
> >coastline morphology, kinds of environments, climate zones, etc...
> >--John Schneiderman ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
> You might be interested in the "Atlas of Mesozoic and Cenozoic
> by Alan G. Smith, David G. Smith, & Frian M. Funnell; Cambridge
> ISBN 0-521-45155-8. It seems to cover the4 coastlines pretty well
> topography. The is little if anything on environment or climet
Another one might be the very expensive 'Atlas of Palaeogeography
and Lithofacies' published by the Geological Society of London
(memoir 13). It deals solely with the palaeogeography of the British
Isles though. (Authors are JCW Cope, JK Ingham and PF Rawson,
Curator of Palaeontology
University of Glasgow
The first law of Geology is the law of supposition.
(Geological Howlers - ed. WDI Rolfe)