Golonka J. (2007) Phanerozoic paleoenvironement and paleolithofacies maps. Mesozoic // Geologia. Kwartalnik Akademii Górniczo-Hutniczej. Tom 33. Zeszyt 2. P.211–264.
The paper presents the detailed plate tectonic, paleogeographic, paleoenvironment and paleolithofacies maps for eight Mesozoic time intervals. The most significant Triassic convergent event was the Indosinian orogeny, the collision of Indochina and Indonesia with South China, and consolidation of Chinese blocks. The continued northward drift of the Cimmerian continents corresponded with the closing of the Paleotethys and opening of the Neotethys Ocean. Plate tectonic activity around the Triassic-Jurassic boundary caused paleogeographic and paleoclimatic change, which triggered mass extinction. The rifting in the Atlantic during the Early Jurassic was followed by Middle and Late Jurassic spreading. Cretaceous was the time of the farther spreading of Central Atlantic, as well as origin of South Atlantic and Indian oceans. These events were leading to the maximum dispersion of continents during Phanerozoic times.