paleogeography

palaeogeography noun the study of the geography of ancient times or ancient epochs
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paleogeography

paleogeography 1. The study of the geographic features of past. 2. The geography of ancient times or of a particular past geological epoch.
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Paleogeography

Paleography is the study of the Earth's geographic features during ancient times.
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paleogeography

the ancient geography of Earth`s surface. Earth`s geography is constantly changing: continents move as a result of plate tectonic interactions; ... [12 related articles]
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Paleogeography

The study of geography in the geologic past, including the patterns of the earth's surface, the distribution of land and ocean, and ancient mountains and other landforms.
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paleogeography

[n] - the study of the geography of ancient times or ancient epochs
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