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The supercontinent before this has been referred to as Columbia: 1.8 to 1.5 billion years ago.
Pangea supercontinent from space, as it may have looked 300 million years ago.
The formation of a supercontinent can dramatically affect the environment.
There were mountains on both east and west coasts of the supercontinent.
The last supercontinent, Pangaea, formed about 300 million years ago.
For more than 100 million years, Jamestown was located deep within the supercontinent.
And yes, in theory the continents could, at some future time, combine to form another supercontinent.
It had been the northern part of the Pangaea global supercontinent.
Forming about 1.8 billion years ago, the continent was part of the global supercontinent, Columbia.
During this time, the giant supercontinent of Pangaea began to break apart.
However, the definition of a supercontinent can be ambiguous.
At the time, this area would have been part of the splitting Gondwana supercontinent.
They migrated across the surface, occasionally combining to form a supercontinent.
It might be that all continental mass was again joined in one supercontinent between roughly 600 and 550 million years ago.
These seasonal changes within the supercontinent were influenced by the large size of Pangaea.
At the time of formation the earth had a single supercontinent with substantial continental shelves.
This collision was one of the many that happened between 700 and 500 million years ago to form the Gondwana supercontinent.
Rodinia, meaning "to give birth", is the name of a supercontinent.
It formed from parts of the older supercontinent, Columbia.
Eurasia is certainly a supercontinent, but the Americas are usually considered separately.
Its flora is inherited from the ancient supercontinent of Laurasia.
Rifts formed in the state as the supercontinent was being disassembled.
In the Precambrian, the supercontinent began to break apart.
Rifts will form and the supercontinent will split up once more.
(it is referred to as the late Precambrian Supercontinent in the image).
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