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Figure 3a–c T.H. Torsvik et al. (1996) ‘Continental break up and collision in the Neoproterozoic and Palaeozoic’, Earth Science Reviews, 40, Elsevier;
Figure 3d T.C. Pharaoh (1999) ‘Palaeozoic terranes and their lithospheric boundaries within the Trans-European Suture Zone (TESZ)’, Tectonophysics, 314, Elsevier;
Figure 3e J. Golonka and D. Ford (2000) ‘Pangean (Late Carboniferous–Middle Jurassic) paleoenvironment and lithofacies’, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 161, Elsevier;
Figure 3f P.J. Wylie (1970) The Way the Earth Works, Wiley, originally in R.S. Dietz and J.C. Holden (1970) Jour. Geophys. Res., 75;
Figure 3g–h R.S. Dietz and J.C. Holden (1970) Jour. Geophys. Res., 75 © 1970 American Geophysical Union;
Figure 4 L.A. Frankes, J.E. Francis and J.I. Syktus (1992) Climate Modes of the Phanerozoic, Cambridge University Press;
Figure 6a(i)–c from an illustration by Ian Worpole in P. Molnar (1986) ‘The structure of mountain ranges’, Scientific American, July.
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