Rodinia connections between Australia and Laurentia : no SWEAT , no AUSWUS ?

@inproceedings{Wingate2002RodiniaCB,
  title={Rodinia connections between Australia and Laurentia : no SWEAT , no AUSWUS ?},
  author={Michael T. D. Wingate and Sergei A. Pisarevsky and David Evans},
  year={2002}
}
It has been proposed that most of Earth’s continental crust amalgamated during the late Mesoproterozoic (1.3– 1.0 Ga) to form the supercontinent Rodinia (Hoffman, 1991). Knowledge of the configuration of the supercontinent is essential to understanding its amalgamation, and its late Neoproterozoic (0.8–0.55 Ga) breakup, which has been linked to extreme environmental and biogeochemical fluctuations and the explosive evolution of metazoan life (Valentine and Moores, 1970; Hoffman et al., 1998… CONTINUE READING
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