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Fwd: Re: Prehistoric Environments

Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 21:06:46 +0100
To: evelyn sobielski <koreke77@yahoo.de>
From: Tommy Tyrberg <tommy.tyrberg@norrkoping.mail.telia.com>
Subject: Re: Prehistoric Environments

At 02:11 2007-02-28, evelyn sobielski wrote:

> The Pleistocene would depend on what specific
> environment you want. Mammoth
> steppe is difficult. Parts of Eastern Tibet is the
> best modern analogue
> I've seen, but is not very accessible. Some areas in
> the Colorado high
> country are probably reasonably close too.



Yes, the southernmost part (e, g. around Rio Gallegos) as long as you don't show any close-ups of plants and stay well away from the Andes (Nothofagus forests wouldn't fit well in Pleistocene North America).

Incidentally if You go all the way to Argentina it would probably be worth going up to Missiones as well. There are areas of Araucaria in the Paraná forest up there that looks quite Mesozoic.

Tommy Tyrberg