Re: State of the world c. 12,000 years ago

Roger Dodger (
01 Jan 97 20:16:40 -700

Roger Dodger has this to say about that-
>In article <>,
>(Dale Woloshin) says:
>>A rather basic question, perhaps, but has anyone compiled in a
>>succinct form the state of the world at various times. A newcomer
>>to this discussion area, I have seen snippets of answers concerning
>>the end of the Wurm iceage, or of 30,000 years ago, etc., but am
>>wondering if

>The last ice age ended 11,600 +- 100 years ago.

>I discussed the theme during the first part of the year 1996 almost
>to tiredness, with over 100 letters to sci.archaeology and some also
>to this group.

>If you have some specifically formulated questions, I would be glad
>to try to answer.

I have a question that I have asked before, but never received an
answer to:

Where on the net can I get maps of the world (preferably in .gif
format) that show the earth at various other times? Specifically,
during the period of time from the end of the Mesazoic to the end of
the last Ice Age. I am looking for maps of the region called
'Beringia', to be a little more exact.

Roger Dodger
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