The 7 Parts of Lands and Sea the World Continent and Geography

The mainland, one of the largest tracts of land, Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia, sized. (they sometimes consider Europe and Asia a single continent, Eurasia). The size of each continent differs; Asia is five times that of Australia. Greenland the largest island in the world, only a quarter of Australia. […]

Australia Part Of The Seven Continent World Map And History

Australia the smallest continent and one of the largest countries on the planet. Between the Pacific Sea and the Indian Sea in the southern hemisphere. It locates Canberra, the capital of Australia, in the southeast. Between Sydney and Melbourne’s largest and most important economic and cultural center. The Australian continent extends 2,500 miles (4,000 km) […]

World Continent General Considerations For South America Geological History

World Continent General Considerations For South America Geological History. We can group the geological history of South America into three distinct stages of development. Each of them conforms to an important division of geological time. The first phase comprised a pre-Cambrian period (4,600 to 541 million years ago). Characterized by a series of complex pieces […]

South America Part Of The Seven Continent World Map And History

South America, the fourth continent of the world. The southern part of the land and often referred to as the New World, the Western Hemisphere or the Americas. The continent of Africa is a compact, triangular, wide in the north, and Cape Point in Chile in the south. South America bounded by the Caribbean Sea, […]

World Continent General Considerations For North America Geological History

World Continent General Considerations For North America Geological History. During the geological period, the mainland has collided and separated many times. When they separated, it forms a new ocean basin between the divergent fragments through the seafloor propagation procedure. The propagation, which originates from the ridge of the ocean. It offset (to stay in the […]

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