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The supercontinent cycle, sometimes called the Wilson cycle is the quasi- periodic aggregation and dispersal of Earth's continental crust. There are varying  ...

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Sep 5, 2000 ... No rock is accidental. No idea in geology is more profound than this; it runs from the center to the whole of geology and influences every ...

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The Wilson cycle begins in Stage A with a stable continental craton. A hot spot ( not present in the drawings) rises up under the craton, heating it, causing it to ...

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Sep 6, 2012 ... The Wilson cycle theory explains the lifecycle of an ocean basin. Plate tectonics educational visualizations for introduction to geology.

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Aug 21, 2014 ... This cycle of opening and closing an ocean basin is called a Wilson cycle. ... The Wilson cycle begins with a hypothetical geologically ...

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THE WILSON CYCLE: RIFTING AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF OCEAN BASINS. As the concept of sea floor spreading gained acceptance in the late 60's, the ...

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FEATURE. Riding the Wilson Cycle How the theory of plate tectonics continues to evolve. Paul Silver. Plate tectonics was originally a theory about oceans.

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Schematic illustrations of the Wilson cycle, the fundamental geological processes controlling the evolution of the continents a-b) A continent rifts, such that the ...