Skip to content Skip to navigation

Product: 012 Organisms and continents through time.

Please note: Due to the coronavirus pandemic the online shop is temporarily closed. We will re-open as soon as possible. 23/03/202018 - Executive Officer.

Members' Discounts

You need to be a Member of The Palaeontological Association and Logged In to receive the Members' Discount.

Product - 012 Organisms and continents through time. Image
Price: £15.00
Members' Discount: - £5.00
Stock Level: In Stock
Print Status: In Print
Weight: 1.01 KG


Specials Papers in Paleontology: 12 Organisms and continents through time.


by N F Hughes (Ed.)

340 pp.

ABSTRACT. Provisional world maps have been drawn for eight past periods: Tertiary (Eocene); Cretaceous; Jurassic; Triassic; Permian; Lower Carboniferous; Lower Devonian; Cambrian/Lower Ordovician. Maps of Permian and later time show the major continents in their original palaeolatitudes and with their relative longitude separations. Though the palaeolatitudes can be estimated for the pre-Permian continents, the relative longitude separations are not known. Three maps have been drawn for each period: Mercator, symmetrical about the inferred palaeoequator; and two stereographic projections centred on the inferred north and south palaeopoles. The data used are tabulated and their limitations are discussed.