Geologists uncover history of lost continent buried beneath Europe

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About 140 million years ago, Greater Adria’which later got shoved beneath southern Europe’was a Greenland-size’landmass (submerged portions in gray-green) south of the continent.

Forget the legendary lost continent of Atlantis. Geologists have reconstructed, time slice by time slice, a nearly quarter-of-a-billion-year-long history of a vanished landmass that now lies submerged, not beneath an ocean somewhere, but largely below southern Europe.

The researchers’ analysis represents ‘a huge amount of work,’ says Laurent Jolivet, a geologist at Sorbonne University in Paris who was not involved in the new study. Videos for Geologists Uncover History Of Lost 22:02America: Facts vs. Fiction: Season 2 Episode 3 Lost at Seavudu.com Although the tectonic history of the landmass has been generally known for a few decades, he says, ‘[T]he amount of detail in the team’s systematic time-lapse reconstruction is unprecedented.’

Publisher: Science | AAAS
Date: 2019-09-06T12:26:55-04:00
Author: Sid Perkins
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