The Carboniferous Period

The Carboniferous - The desert regions in mid-North America begin to contract The Southern Hemisphere begins to cool off Late Carboniferous 306 mya

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The Carboniferous Period A Changing Time Internet Resource: http://www.scotese.com/
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Middle Silurian Period 425 mya
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Early Devonian 390 mya
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Early Carboniferous 356 mya
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As Pangea moves northward, the climatic belts move southward. Tropical rainforests cross from Arctic Canada to Newfoundland and Western Europe.
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Unformatted text preview: The desert regions in mid-North America begin to contract. The Southern Hemisphere begins to cool off. Late Carboniferous 306 mya Extensive rainforests covered the tropical regions of Pangea which was bounded to the north and south by deserts. An ice cap covered the South Pole....
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2011 for the course BIO 2108 taught by Professor Ammons during the Spring '11 term at Georgia Southern University .

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The Carboniferous - The desert regions in mid-North America begin to contract The Southern Hemisphere begins to cool off Late Carboniferous 306 mya

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