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The Making Of A Continent TV Series DVD, MP4 Download, USB Drive

The Making Of A Continent TV Series DVD, MP4 Download, USB Drive
The Making Of A Continent TV Series DVD, MP4 Download, USB Drive
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The Complete 1983 BBC/WTTV Chicago Co-production Chronicling The Birth And Development Of The North American Continent! All Six Hour Episodes Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS In An Archival Quality 3 Disc All Regions Format DVD Set, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #TheMakingOfAContinent #NorthAmerica #GeologyOfNorthAmerica #ContinentalDrift #Kontinentalverschiebung #PlateTectonics #MantleConvection #Lithosphere #Continents #Paleomagnetism #Geology #Geophysics #AlfredWegener #AbrahamOrtelius #ArthurHolmes #DVD #MP4 #VideoDownload


Contents:


VOLUME ONE:

Epi. 1: Collision Course

Epi. 2: Rich High Desert


VOLUME TWO:

Epi. 3: The Great River

Epi. 4: Corridors of Time


VOLUME THREE:

Epi. 5: Land of the Sleeping Mountains

Epi. 6: Price of Gold


The Geology Of North America is a subject of regional geology and covers the North American continent, the third-largest in the world. Geologic units and processes are investigated on a large scale to reach a synthesized picture of the geological development of the continent. The divisions of regional geology are drawn in different ways, but are usually outlined by a common geologic history, geographic vicinity or political boundaries. The regional geology of North America usually encompasses the geographic regions of Alaska, Canada, Greenland, the continental United States, Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean. The parts of the North American Plate that are not occupied by North American countries are usually not discussed as part of the regional geology. The regions that are not geographically North American but reside on the North American Plate include parts of Siberia (see the Geology of Russia), and Iceland, and Bermuda. A discussion of North American geology can also include other continental plates including the Cocos and Juan de Fuca plates being subducted beneath western North America. A portion of the Pacific Plate underlies Baja California and part of California west of the San Andreas Fault.