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An excellent description of the changing Tethys Ocean and the inter-relationships between ocean, climate, lithification, and evolution in the sea and on the land.Published 22 days ago by connie
Thank you Professor Stow. Please turn this into an audiobook! (It would be inteesting to hear the pronunciation: Teethis versus Tethis)Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Some 250 million years ago, the great supercontinent of Pangea formed, on the eve of a great extinction that bookmarked both the close of the Permian period and the Paleozoic era;... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Stan Prager
Read this book and you'll be carried a few hundred million years into deep time. Stow's passion for the Tethys come through every page. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Laura McNamara
If you want to know why what happen 250 million years matters today, this is a great book. Not too technical, just right for the geo-hobbyist.Published 22 months ago by Steve
What an interesting book. Full of surprising insight, personal experiences and scientific explanations. I've really enjoyed reading this. Highly recommended.Published on January 1, 2014 by Andrew Melomet
This is one of the best sources for the Tethys Sea story. A wonderful, clear presentation.
Maybe a follow up book on Gondwanaland?