Rodinia

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Rodinia (ex Russico родить 'parere'[1]) in geologia est supercontinens, continens qui plurimum vel omnem Telluris massam terrestrem continuit. Secundum refectiones laminarum tectonicarum, Rodinia tempore abhinc annorum inter 1.1 billiones et 750 milliones existitit, aera Neoproterozoica. Natus est circa 1.0 Ga? per accretionem et concursum fragmentorum a dissolutione vetustioris supercontinentis, Columbiae, effecta.[2][3] Rodinia in animo populari est unus ex duobus magnis historiae Telluris supercontinentibus, quorum alius est Pangaea.[4]

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  1. Li, Z. X.; Bogdanova, S. V.; Collins, A. S.; Davidson, A.; B. De Waele, R. E. Ernst, I. C. W. Fitzsimons, R. A. Fuck, D. P. Gladkochub, J. Jacobs, K. E. Karlstrom, S. Lul, L.M. Natapov, V. Pease, S. A. Pisarevsky, K. Thrane and V. Vernikovsky (2008). "Assembly, configuration, and break-up history of Rodinia: A synthesis". Precambrian Research 160: 179–210
  2. Zhao, Guochun; Cawood, Peter A.; Wilde, Simon A.; Sun, M. (2002). "Review of global 2.1–1.8 Ga orogens: implications for a pre-Rodinia supercontinent". Earth-Science Reviews 59: 125–162 
  3. Zhao, Guochun; Sun, M.; Wilde, Simon A.; Li, S. Z. (2004). "A Paleo-Mesoproterozoic supercontinent: assembly, growth and breakup". Earth-Science Reviews 67: 91–123 
  4. Curtis, Wendy (2011). Looking into the Expanding Universe: From the Big Bang to the Development of the Big Bang Theory. GeoBookStudio.org. pp. 232 

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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  • Dalziel, I. W. D. (1997). "Neoproterozoic-Paleozoic geography and tectonics: Review, hypothesis, environmental speculation". Geological Society of America Bulletin 109 (1): 16–42 
  • Dewey, J. F.; Burke, K.C. (1973). "Tibetian, Variscan, and Precambrian basement reactivation: products of continental collision". Journal of Geology 81 (6): 683–692 
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  • Goodge, J. W.; Vervoort, J. D.; Fanning, C. M.; Brecke, D. M.; G. L. Farmer, I. S. Williams, P. M. Myrow, and D. J. DePaolo (2008). "A positive test of East Antarctica–Laurentia Juxtaposition within the Rodinia supercontinent". Science 321 (5886): 235–240 
  • Li, Z. X.; Bogdanova, S. V.; Collins, A. S.; Davidson, A.; B. De Waele, R. E. Ernst, I. C. W. Fitzsimons, R. A. Fuck, D. P. Gladkochub, J. Jacobs, K. E. Karlstrom, S. Lul, L.M. Natapov, V. Pease, S. A. Pisarevsky, K. Thrane and V. Vernikovsky (2008). "Assembly, configuration, and break-up history of Rodinia: A synthesis". Precambrian Research 160: 179–210 
  • McMenamin, M. A.; McMenamin, D.L. (1990). The Emergence of Animals. ISBN 0-231-06647-3
       
       
  • Torsvik, T. H. (30 May 2003). "The Rodinia Jigsaw Puzzle". Science 300 (5624): 1379–1381 
  • Torsvik, T. H.; Gaina, C.; Redfield, T.F. (2008). "Antarctica and Global Paleogeography: From Rodinia, through Gondwanaland and Pangea, to the birth of the Southern Ocean and the opening of gateways". In Cooper, A. K., P. J. Barrett, H. Stagg, B. Storey, E. Stump, W. Wise, and the 10th ISAES editorial team. Antarctica: A Keystone in a Changing World. Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. pp. 125–140 
  • Weil, A. B.; Van der Voo, R.; Mac Niocaill, C.; Meert, J.G. (1998). "The Proterozoic supercontinent Rodinia: paleomagnetically derived reconstructions for 1100 to 800 Ma". Earth and Planetary Science Letters 154: 13–24 
  • Wingate, M. T. D.; Pisarevsky, S. A.; Evans, D. A. D. (2002). "Rodinia connections between Australia and Laurentia: no SWEAT, no AUSWUS?". Terra Nova 14 (2): 121–128 
  • Ziegler, P. A. (1990). Geological Atlas of Western and Central Europe (2 ed.). Shell Internationale Petroleum Maatschappij BV. ISBN 90-6644-125-9
       

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