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Berriasian

Hierarchy:Phanerozoic Mesozoic  Cretaceous   Early Cretaceous
    Berriasian
Classification:Age (as per International Commission on Stratigraphy)
Top:~139.8 Ma
Base:~145.0 Ma
Preceeds:Valanginian
Follows:Jurassic Late Jurassic  Tithonian
 

Geologic Events

Event NameTypeAgeArea
Morokweng impactImpact Event145.0 ± 0.8 MaSouth Africa
Pangaea breakup (ongoing)Continental Breakup175 - 55 MaGlobal
Andean orogeny (ongoing)OrogenyMaximum Age: 200 MaSouth America
Laurasia supercontinent (ongoing)Supercontinent215 - 55 MaNorthern Hemisphere


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