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McLintock, Alexander Hare, 1903-1968 :This time-scale shows the main intervals of geological time and gives the sequence of the more important physical and organic events. [1939?]

Reference Number: A-191-004

A layered drawing showing a modern city at the top of the view and layers below working through arrival of man in New Zealand, back to the last ice aage, mountain-building, the first flowering plants, marine reptiles, the earliest life forms and to a period 3000 million years ago, when no fossils were known of in the area that became New Zealand. Down the right side are drawings of volcanoes, moas, fish, reptiles, plants and early life forms.

Key terms:
1 image, related to Alexander Hare McLintock, Making New Zealand (Book title) and Geology.

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McLintock, Alexander Hare, 1903-1968 :This time-scale shows the main intervals of geological time and gives the sequence of the more important physical and organic events. [1939?], Reference Number A-191-004 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 drawing(s)Line drawing 286 x 205 mm. Single art work

Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted

Other copies available: File print available in Turnbull Library Pictures560. Palaeontology(DFP-006531)

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