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Palaeogeography is the study of the ancient geography of the Earth's surface.

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Paleogeography (1440 words)
We therefore concentrate on the paleogeography of the Paleozoic, Mesozoic, and Cenozoic.
The paleogeography of North America in the Cambrian was similar to that in the Late Proterozoic, where much of the continent was flooded by a large inland sea.
The paleogeography of the Ordovician in the west and middle parts of the U.S. were similar to that of the Cambrian, where a shallow inland sea existed.
Paleogeography (2963 words)
This website presents images and text depicting the paleogeography and tectonic evolution of central Arizona during the Tertiary period.
Emphasis is on an evolving Oligocene to Miocene drainage system that documents the existence of the Mogollon Rim, the southern physiographic boundary of the Colorado Plateau.
Short discussions of paleogeography, tectonic evolution and historical geology accompany some of the maps.
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