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The Visible Paleoearth Project

Check this out:

https://sites.google.com/a/upr.edu/planetary-habitability-laboratory-upra/press-releases/anewviewofanancienthabitableplanet

Here is the set from 430 Ma to 200 Ma:

https://sites.google.com/a/upr.edu/planetary-habitability-laboratory-upra/projects/visual-paleo-earth/vpe-image-set-1b

1 comment:

  1. I notice the images* around 170 and 150 ma depict primary split between west Gondwanan (Sth America+Africa) and east Gondwana, rather than the 'Africa-first' hyposthesis. Wondering if that was the currently favoured hypothesis among workers at the moment?

    *https://sites.google.com/a/upr.edu/planetary-habitability-laboratory-upra/projects/visual-paleo-earth/vpe-image-set-1a

    Pretty cool images anyway.

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