MIDSECTION PALEONICS

 

Welcome. This site is primarily concerned with the prehistory of the land mass currently situated between 36-37 degrees N. latitude, and 94-95 degrees W. longitude. This area contains parts of southwest Missouri, northwest Arkansas, and northeast Oklahoma. In addition, there is a directory to similar sites which deal with the prehistory of singular or combinational latitudinal and longitudinal sections, a page of thoughts on the will behind creation of the universe, and pages listing some notes on the archaeology of western Michigan at 43 N. Lat. and 85/86 W. Long., and the section directly north of this one.

Thanks for visiting, Bill Beauvais.

 

THE STORY

 

Beginning to Ediacaran -- 13.5 billion to 570 million years BP

Cambrian to Devonian -- 570 million to 345 million years BP

Mississippian -- 345 million to 310 million years BP

Pennsylvanian to Permian -- 310 million to 245 million years BP

Triassic to Cretaceous -- 245 million to 65 million years BP

Paleocene to Pliocene -- 65 million to 2 million years BP

Pleistocene to Paleo -- 2 million to 11,000 years BP

Late Paleo to Middle Archaic -- 11,000 to 5,500 years BP

Late Archaic to Early Woodland -- 5,500 to 2,250 years BP

Middle Woodland to Mississippian -- 2250 to 1000 years BP

 

TIME LINE

MAP

A Prehistory Bibliography for this section

LOCAL LINKS to PREHISTORY

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More Prehistory Pages

 

Dating Methods

Dating Methods/Pattern Recognition proposed syllabus

Chronological Studies & Dating Methods - Time Periods

Chronological Studies & Dating Methods - Materials

Chronological Studies & Dating Methods - Databases

amino acid dating

dendrochronology

equipment

fission track dating

radiocarbon dating

equipment

tephrochronology

 

PALEONICS -- putting it all together

94W 37N map

Western Michigan

85W 43N map

86W 43N map

 

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Other Pages

Spirits

Genealogies

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Math conversions

Politics

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Transparency

Trends

 

 

Comments, criticisms, or additional applicable information is welcome

at beauv3@netins.net

 

Published 11/00