Mountain building, mantle convection, and supercontinents: revisited

@article{Faccenna2021MountainBM,
  title={Mountain building, mantle convection, and supercontinents: revisited},
  author={Claudio Faccenna and Thorsten Wolfgang Becker and Adam F. Holt and Jean Pierre Brun},
  journal={Earth and Planetary Science Letters},
  year={2021},
  volume={564},
  pages={116905}
}
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