SAN FRANCISCO --- Researchers at the University of Michigan and the Geological Survey of Norway say they have solved a longstanding and controversial puzzle over the position of Pangea, the ancient supercontinent that began breaking up some 200 million years ago to form today's continents. They presented their findings Dec. 19 at a meeting of the American Geophysical Union here.
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