3D Visualisation of Geophysical and Geological Data
Interactive Plate Tectonic Reconstructions
Interactive Surface Dynamic Topography
PyGPlates Reconstruction Services
GPlates web service interface allows users to access plate tectonics reconstruction services via Internet. The interface has been designed to provide paleo-geographic coordinates in a simplest way.
Examples of how the GPlates web service can be used in various environments. Theoretically, the service can be used in any devices which have implemented HTTP protocol and have Internet connection.
pyGPlates enables access to GPlates functionality via the Python programming language. It can be used to load geological data, reconstruct it to past geological times and export the results.
John E. and Hazel S. Smits Professor of Geophysics
California Institute of Technology
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