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(A) Continents in present positions show wide distribution of glaciation (white
land areas with flow arrows). (6) Continents reassembled into Pangaea.
Glaciated region becomes much smaller. A from Arthur Holmes, 1965, Principles
of Physical ...
Like Wegener's paleoclimatic evidence, the paleomagnetic evidence from a
single continent can be interpreted in two ways: either the continent stood still
and the magnetic pole moved or the pole stood still and the continent moved.
White areas around continents are continental shelves (part of continents).
Colored areas within continents are broad belts of rock that correlate in type and
age from one continent to another. Arrows show direction of glacier movement as
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