Australia's controversial Middle-Late Palaeozoic pole path and Gondwana-Laurasia interaction
The prevailing pole path for Australia/Gondwana implies that contact between northwestern Gondwana and southern Laurussia was established not before the Late Carboniferous. This view is challenged by palaeogeographers and also by an alternative pole path
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