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Pannotia lasted until 540 Ma. near the beginning of the Cambrian epoch and then .

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Tectonic evolution of Mongolia, Northeastern China, and
Rodinia, Pannotia and Oldredia – Pre-Pangean Supercontinent and their Relationship to to the assembly of he supercontinent Pannotia (Dalziel et al.
This was the time of the breakup of the Pannotia supercontinent (Fig. 1). During .
Assembly and break-up of Rodinia: introduction to the special volume
ern biota (McMenamin and McMenamin, 1990) and possibly the formation of a short-lived daughter supercontinent (Bond et al., 1984) called.
Nomenclature geological time. Kernoland. Ur.
The origin of supercontinents and the conundrum of Pangea

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North America and Antarctica Were Attached to Each Other
The fragments of what was once Rodinia then recombined to form Pannotia, approximately 600–540 million years ago. This supercontinent also began to break apart, only to come back together later to form Pangeaa.
Als Texas noch an die Antarktis grenzte
Vor Pangaea, das vor etwa 300 bis 150 Millionen Jahren Bestand hatte, gab es nach Berechnungen von Plattentektonikern Pannotia, davor Rodinia und davor Kenorland. Alles natürlich hypothetisch bei unterschiedlichem Wahrscheinlichkeitsgrad.

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Pannotia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pannotia, first described by Ian W. D.
Pannotia : Collaborative Design & Construction : Home
Pannotia is a social enterprise providing collaborative design and construction services for positive, sustainable projects in Africa.
Glossary: Pannotia
Pannotia. n. A supercontinent that existed in the Late Precambrian and gave rise to the continents of Gondwana, Laurentia, Siberia, and Baltica in the Cambrian.
Precambrian VR
Eventually the two halves collided with the Congo continent (Central Africa) and a new supercontinent was born - Pannotia.
GEOL 102 The Proterozoic Eon II: Rodinia and Pannotia
Jan 14, 2011 The Proterozoic Eon II: Rodinia and Pannotia.

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