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paleogeographic

(ˌpælɪəʊˌdʒiːəˈɡræfɪk)
adj
1. (Palaeontology) a variant form of palaeogeographical
2. (Physical Geography) a variant form of palaeogeographical
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Detrital zircon ages from Neoproterozoic and Early Paleozoic conglomerate and sandstone units of New Brunswick and coastal Maine: Paleogeographic implications for Ganderia and the continental margin of Western Gondwana.
2002) published maps showing paleogeographic time slices for Atlantic Canada.
probably reached after several paleogeographic, tectonic, and global
The origin and dispersal of the Drosophila melanogaster subgroup: a speculative paleogeographic essay.
The possibility of facies or paleogeographic control, or both, of these taxa is not impossible, but remains unproven.
Paleogeographic and paleoclimatic history of the Somali Basin during the Pliocene-Pleistocene; Multivariate analyzes of benthic foraminifera Site 241.
Distribution of Lower Paleozoic units in the Alpine terranes of Turkey: paleogeographic constraints.
2000): Permian marine sedimentation in northern Chile: new paleontological evidence from the Juan de Morales Formation, and regional paleogeographic implications.
The paleogeographic significance of Aquilapollenites occurrences in Pakistan.
Finally, in the field of Paleozoic paleogeographic reconstructions, a time when all agree that most terranes were extremely mobile and the only question is where in the vast reaches of Panthalassa did they reside, there is some good and useful new paleontologic fodder in the Pedder and the Gunning and Belasky contributions.
Migration and distribution of rodents in central Chile since the Pleistocene: The paleogeographic evidence.
In this paper, we summarize a much-expanded database and present an interpretive series of paleogeographic reconstructions of summer sea-ice minima and of ocean surface circulation.