Globe: Regions

We are pleased to announce that Globe is now available on a regional basis.

Nine Globe: Regions have been defined as likely to be the most commonly requested sub-divisions of Globe. We will also consider requests to deliver sub-sets of these regions as required by our clients.

An ongoing programme of annual updates is now available to subscribers.

The nine defined Globe: Regions The boundaries of each region are illustrative. There will be overlaps and the areas, by necessity, change for each timeslice. We are happy to discuss any sub or cross regional areas which are better suited to your needs.

The nine defined Globe: Regions are shown above; the boundaries of each region are illustrative. There will be overlaps, and the areas, by necessity, change for each timeslice. We are happy to discuss any sub- or cross-regional areas which are better suited to your needs.

Key deliverables

  • Structural framework mapping based on gravity, magnetic, SRTM and Landsat data.
  • Full attribution of structures including activation histories.
  • Crustal architecture definitions.
  • New regional plate model available in PaleoGIS and GPlates formats.
  • Fully attributed volcanics and sedimentary basin layers.
  • 59 palaeogeographic reconstructions for every Stage of the Cenozoic, Cretaceous, Jurassic and Permian–Triassic; the reconstructions describe gross depositional environments and lithologies, tectonophysiographic terranes and palaeolandscape/palaeobathymetry models.
  • Palaeoclimate, palaeocean and palaeotide model results for every Stage of the Cenozoic, Cretaceous and Jurassic.
  • Predictive palaeolithofacies maps for every Stage of the Cenozoic, Cretaceous and Jurassic.

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