The global views presented in this series show how Earth may have appeared over the last 600 million years (Ma). All views were prepared from rectangular projections drawn at a resolution of 3000x1500 pixels for each of the 26 time slices. The orthographic (spherical) and Mollweide (oval) views were wrapped using the respective projections. The geologic data was gathered from the references linked below.
Mollewide globes 27 global time slices in mollewide projection
Paleogeographic globes 26 global time slices, many with 2 or 3 views.
Paleogeographic maps in rectangular format Each of above time-slices in rectangular format.
The geologic history of North America and Europe are highlighted in a series of paleogeographic and plate-tectonic reconstructions that show the broad patterns of Phanerozoic history. Organization for each region is in geologic order from oldest to youngest.
North American Paleogeography -- Key Time Slices (new 2013)
1 image from each geologic period tracks the geologic and tetonic evolution of North America.
18 images track the geologic and tetonic evolution of Europe.
North American Paleogeography
40 images track the geologic evolution of North America.
Paleogeography of Colorado Plateau/ Southwestern North America
Detailed paleogeography of Colorado Plateau, Central and Southern Rocky Mountains, western High Plains, Basin and Range, and SW Pacific Coast.
Paleogeographic evolution of Western North America
Basins, uplifts, tectonic evolution, and paleogeography of greater Western North America from Central Canada to Northern Mexico.
All maps are copyright to me, Ron Blakey, and may bu used, with citation to Ron Blakey, NAU Geology, for educational, non-profit, non-commercial purposes. For commercial uses, please contact me.
DVD's of all maps in Global, North American, Southwestern North America, and Western North American series are available for non-comercial use; commercial versions are also available -- please contact me LINK TO DVD'S