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The Changing Face of the Earth: The Break-up of Pangaea and Continental Drift Over the Past 250 Million Years in Ten Steps

By: Bruno Vrielynck and Philippe Bouysse
32 pages, Illus
Publisher: UNESCO
The Changing Face of the Earth: The Break-up of Pangaea and Continental Drift Over the Past 250 Million Years in Ten Steps
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Some 250 million years ago, at the beginning of the Mesozoic era, the world's continents were grouped into a single supercontinent known as Pangaea. This publication contains information on the key stages in the break-up of this supercontinent into the geological face of the Earth as we know it today. It includes 11 maps, based on recent scientific work, with explanatory notes, a glossary of terms and a CD-ROM of the map images in bmp, tiff, pict and powerpoint formats.

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By: Bruno Vrielynck and Philippe Bouysse
32 pages, Illus
Publisher: UNESCO
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