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Gelasian

Phanerozoic
 Cenozoic
  Quaternary
   Anthropocene
   Holocene
   Pleistocene
    Late Pleistocene
    Middle Pleistocene
    Calabrian
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  Neogene
   Pliocene
    Piacenzian
    Zanclean
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    Tortonian
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Hierarchy:Phanerozoic Cenozoic  Quaternary   Pleistocene
    Gelasian
Classification:Age (as per International Commission on Stratigraphy)
Top:1.80 Ma
Base:2.588 Ma
Preceeds:Calabrian
Follows:Neogene Pliocene  Piacenzian
Name origin:Named after the Sicilian city of Gela in the south of the island.
GSSP:Monte San Nicola, Sicily, Italy
GSSP location:37.1469°N, 14.2035°E
GSSP link:View Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point of the International Commission on Stratigraphy
 

Geologic Events

Event NameTypeAgeArea
Island Park Caldera super-eruptionVolcanic Activity2.1 MaIdaho and Wyoming, USA
Andean orogeny (ongoing)OrogenyMaximum Age: 200 MaSouth America


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