Silurian Silurian Paleogeography
- What Did the Continents Look Like Millions of Years Ago?
- I made sketches to show what the paleogeography would have looked like for the specific formation I was studying with my doctorate. Three or four of those maps went into ....
- Scorpion Is Gondwana's Oldest Land Animal
- A fierce predator with a huge stinger and long pincers is the oldest land-animal fossil ever found on the former Gondwana supercontinent, a new study reports.
- Neogene Sedimentary Deformation in the Chilean Forearc and Implications for
- Seismically induced soft- sediment deformation in some Silurian carbonates, eastern U.S. continent.
- Geochronology and Geodynamics of Scottish Granitoids From the Late
- In Scotland, the Ordovician island arc collision is known as the Grampian event and the Silurian continental collision is known as the Scandian event. Pre-, syn- and posttectonic Neoproterozoic to Devonian granitoids are associated with both these events.
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