Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Paleogeographic GoogleEarth

Remember how cool the Paleogeographic maps of North America were? Well this comes from the same mold! GIS master Valery Hronusov has released an animated map of the continental movement for Google Earth.

The map shows the position of the continents from the Late Permian (260 Million Years Ago when the highest form of life on the earth were the proto-dinosaurs Synapsids) age up until today! Download it today and enjoy!

Catholicgauze hopes his mother well be able to enjoy this; she has always had an interest in paleogeography and was a major influence on my decision to study geography.

Hat Tip: Google Earth Blog

Category: Physical Geography

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