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Texas Tectonics

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Carter Keairns, presents Texas Tectonics to the 2013 Master Naturalist, Hill Country Chapter training class.

Carter Keairns, presents Texas Tectonics to the 2013 Master Naturalist, Hill Country Chapter training class.

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  • 1. North American Tectonic reconstructions are from the website of Dr. Ron Blakey at N.Arizona University These are by far the best reconstructions I have found http://cpgeosystems.com Colorado Plateau Geosystems I have outlined Texas for the purposes of our Geology Talk, Enjoy! -Carter Keairns 512-757-0735 carteroil@yahoo.com
  • 2. ~575 mya Late PreCambrian
  • 3. ~575 mya Late PreCambrian
  • 4. ~510 mya Mid-Cambrian
  • 5. ~500 mya Late Cambrian
  • 6. ~485 mya Early Ordovician
  • 7. ~470 mya Mid Ordovician
  • 8. ~450 mya Late Ordovician
  • 9. ~430 mya Early Silurian
  • 10. ~420 mya Late Silurian
  • 11. ~400 mya Early Devonian
  • 12. ~385 mya Mid Devonian
  • 13. ~360 mya Late Devonian
  • 14. ~345 mya Mid Mississippian
  • 15. ~325 mya Late Mississippian
  • 16. ~315 mya Early Pennsylvanian
  • 17. ~300 mya Late Pennsylvanian
  • 18. ~290 mya Early Permian
  • 19. ~275 mya Mid Pennsylvanian
  • 20. ~260 mya late Permian
  • 21. ~245 early Triasssic
  • 22. ~230 mya Mid Triassic
  • 23. ~210 late Triassic
  • 24. ~195 mya early Jurassic
  • 25. ~180 mya early Jurassic
  • 26. ~170 mya mid Jurassic
  • 27. ~150 mya late Jurassic
  • 28. ~140 mya early Cretaceous
  • 29. ~130 mya early Cretaceous
  • 30. ~115 mya early Cretaceous
  • 31. ~100 mya Late Cretaceous
  • 32. ~85 mya Late Cretaceous
  • 33. ~75 mya Late Cretaceous
  • 34. ~65 mya K-T Boundary
  • 35. ~60 mya Paleocene
  • 36. ~50 mya Eocene
  • 37. ~40 mya Eocene
  • 38. ~25 mya Oligocene
  • 39. ~15 mya Miocene
  • 40. ~8 mya Miocene
  • 41. ~3 mya Pliocene
  • 42. ~0.12 mya Quaternary Glacial
  • 43. Present Day

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