Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Imperator Frank, May 7, 2017.
No, I meant the maps of these periods.
The 250 MYA will technically be Triassic, 200 and 150 will be Jurassic, and 100 will be Cretaceous.
Should I also do the K/T boundary as well?
Yes, you have to do it.
So, here are all the dates that will be covered by me paleogeographic Tellurus project:
800mya (Tonian) 90%
650mya (Cryogenian) 90%
600mya (Ediacaran) 90%
540mya (Early Cambrian) 0%
500mya (Late Cambrian) 0%
450mya (Ordovician) 0%
425mya (Silurian) 0%
400mya (Devonian) 0%
350mya (Mississippian) 50%
300mya (Pennsylvanian) 0%
275mya (Permian) 0%
250mya (Permian-Triassic Boundary ) 50%
200mya (Triassic-Jurassic Boundary) 0%
150mya (Jurassic-Cretaceous Boundary) 0%
100mya (Cretaceous) 0%
64mya (Cretaceous-Palaeocene Boundary) 0%
50mya (Eocene) 0%
25mya (Oligocene) 0%
5mya (Pliocene) 0%
26kya (Pleistocene) 0%
Now (Holocene) 99%
In total about 24% Finished
There must also be a Miocene - 15 or 10 mya.
why MUST there be one?
Carboniferous period now colored in. The movements of the continents should make more sense once I fill the gaps more.
Colors still correlate with the colors here:
Small info dump write-up I made on the continents some time ago, putting it here just in case someone is interested. Dates and names subject to change.
Not counting underwater shelves, going clockwise from the top left:
The Sund Archipelago are sometimes considered their own continent, or part of Serratar.
Talamor and Ozara are fused. Serratar and Rhodin are almost fused. Talamor may also be fused with Serica, and if it is, would count as a supercontinent, named Serratalamozara. (Serica Hatar Talamor Ozara)
Serratar is comprised of several smaller continents and subcontinents., listed here clockwise from top left:
Talamor is comprised of three smaller regions, going clockwise starting in the top left;
Talamor Proper (Old Talamor)
Mexas (word coined by Turquoise Blue)
South New Talamor
North New Talamor
Ozara has one major island, Malag.
Talamor has a large archipelago in the Arctic Circle.
Equatoria has one major island, Natecuya.
Serratar has several major islands, including
The Sund may be considered part of Serratar
Rodinia 1.1 gya - 750 mya
Pannotia 660 mya - 550 mya
Pangea 300 mya - 180 mya
Serratarhodin-Talazara 50 mya - present
Archeobora/Protoborea/Borea 580 mya - 55 mya
Consisted of Talamor, Sibirica, Hatar, Serica (Borea only) and Equatoria (Borea only).
Archeomedia 550 mya - 180 mya
Consisted of Equatoria, Sund, Serica, western Capricornia, southern Serica, and southeasternmost Talamor.
Protoeurusia/Eurusia 550 mya - 170 mya
Consisted of eastern Capricornia, Avarda, central Serratar, Rhodin, New Talamor, Aquilonia, Ozara and Malag
Notia (Rhozaraland) 170 mya - 110 mya
Consisted of Rhodin and Ozara
Greater Capricornia 170 mya - 90 mya
Consisted of Capricornia and Avarda
Have you considered naming other landforms, like deserts, mountains, rivers, rainforests, etc?
I have a world map with more things named, but it's too big to post here.
Post to Imgur, if too large.
Here's the names map for @Uralicker, i'm not sure if the link will work because I'm not used to using imgur.
EDIT: alternate link https://i.imgur.com/8aEyjZP.png
In other news, I fixed the mid-ocean ridge on the edges of the map, at the cost of sacrificing the map outline Turns out the Robinson projection Gprojector makes isn't exactly the same size as regular worldA maps. I'm also gonna start on the rivers soon.
When there is a detailed map for Eos and Ersa?
This is the very first version of this map that I posted here on November 28 of 2015 in the map thread. It's kinda crazy to see how much progress I've made on it, and it still isn't done .
Why did not you want to make the equivalent of Antarctica?
Probably because there are better places in the solar system to have subglacial lakes.
When i first started making this map i didnt have Gprojector. By the time i did i already had settled on most aspects of the map.
Dude I love this, if you ever want some linguistic help lemme know. If it's appropriate for me to offer. I do a lot of fantasy language work.
I prefer it without land at the poles.
Separate names with a comma.