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100 MA North America
I am looking for paleogeographic map[s] or reference articles of North
America as it looked 100 MA [late Albain-early Cenomanian]. Especially
interested in the position of the coast-line along the western margins
of Appalachia [eastern North America]. Any references to noted features
such as paleo-river channels, deltas, offshore barrier islands, near
shore topographic highs/cliffs, tidal flats/brackish estuaries, etc.
At this time in North America's paleo-history the epicontinental seaway
was entering its transgressive phase [Muddy-Mowry Sea; late Albian -->
Greenhorn Seaway; early Cenomanian] and the connection of western and
eastern North America was lost. Appalachia and its dinosaur-fauna would
be isolated for at least until the earliest Maastrichtian.