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Re: Prehistoric Environments



--- John Wilkins <j.wilkins1@uq.edu.au> schrieb:

> If memory serves, they shot a lot of the scenery for
> WWD in Tasmania,  
> where there are pteridophyte forests.

Also Big Island, Hawai'i might be worth a try. Tree
ferns and semiarid grassland. Specifically, I'm
thinking about the Mauna Loa road. Doesn't beat New
Caledonia though (the ground tends to give away the
active volcanism...) Possibly Saint Helena's uplands
too, which are a) a biotic refugium and b) heavily
degraded to the point of denudation/erosion and
beyond. This
http://www.sil.si.edu/smithsoniancontributions/Paleobiology/pdf_hi/SCtP-0023.pdf
contains some (older) photos.

Eike


                
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