The PLATES 2018 Atlas of Plate Reconstructions (550 Ma to Present Day), PLATES Progress Report No. 394-0219
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This atlas presents plate reconstructions from 550 Ma to the present-day derived by the PLATES Project, Institute for Geophysics, The University of Texas at Austin. The atlas was made possible through the scientific contributions of many researchers, from UTIG and from other institutions. Their efforts are highly appreciated by the members of the PLATES research team. The atlas was created using the PaleoGIS (paleogis.com) for ArcGIS plate reconstruction software by The Rothwell Group, L.P., and the GPlates (http://www.gplates.org/) plate reconstruction software. For more information, contact email@example.com.
CitationLawver, L.A., I.W.D., Norton, Dalziel, I.O., and Gahagan, L.M.. "The PLATES 2018 Atlas of Plate Reconstructions (550 Ma to Present Day), PLATES Progress Report No. 394-0219." University of Texas Institute for Geophysics Technical Report No. 2237 (February 2019), 173 p.
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