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Re: Temp in Cretaceous

>I have to ask, where was Alaska at the time? I mean in the continental
>positioning scheme during the Cretaceous. Was it farther south, north, east,
>or west of the present position? Also, the surrounding ocean temps played a
>role, didn't it? Global weather patterns surely were very different. Were
>there not many more shallow seas, globally? What about Antarctic dino's? Was
>it in the same place, vastly warmer, and so on?

   Out of curiosity, anybody know when the ice cap(s) first formed?

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