Map of the Late Cretaceous

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Map of the Late Cretaceous

Post by Mr. Author » Thu Jan 02, 2003 1:40 am

Alright, does anyone have any idea where I might find a map of Earth during the late Cretaceous period? I've ben searching for a full day on the net and haven't found anything.

If it's an off-web map, I'd like to be able to scan it with a 300cm by 110cm (12' by 9') scanner. If it's a map on the web, I'd really like to find it in .jpg format, preferably large on screen.

Augh! It's really upsetting me!
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Post by goodmangames » Sun Jan 05, 2003 7:43 pm

You know, I have all sorts of books about dinosaurs and prehistory lying around. You'd think one of them would have such a map. But so far, no luck...
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Post by Mr. Author » Tue Jan 07, 2003 12:57 am

Oooh....that's pretty good. I can probably extrapolate a good map from that.

Okay....now I print it and get out the giant cartography paper and some pencils......
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