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  Palaeos Earth: Paleogeography: Pannotia
Named Pannotia by Dalziel, 1997, and sometimes loosely referred to as the "Vendian supercontinent", this was a late Neoproterozoic Supercontinent that evolved from Rodinia (Dalziel, 1991).
According to Dalziel, Pannotia resided in the Southern Hemisphere.
Pannotia underwent rifting into smaller components during latest Neoproterozoic time, one of the largest being Gondwana.
www.palaeos.com /Earth/Geography/Pannotia.html   (93 words)

  
 Precambrian VR
Eventually the two halves collided with the Congo continent (Central Africa) and a new supercontinent was born - Pannotia.
Pannotia began to break apart at the very end of the Precambrian.
The Paleozoic began (540 mya) with 4 new continents: Gondwana (the core of Pannotia), Laurentia (North America), Baltica (Northern Europe), and Siberia.
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  MapDig - Pannotia
Pannotia, first described by Ian W. Dalziel in 1997, is a hypothetical supercontinent that existed from the Pan-African orogeny about 600 million years ago to the end of the Precambrian about 540 million years ago.
The collisions that formed Pannotia were glancing collisions, and the continents composing Pannotia already had active rifting.
Outside of the "V" was a very large, ancient ocean called Panafrican Ocean that may have surrounded Pannotia, equivalent to the future Panthalassic Ocean.
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  Pannotia - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Pannotia, first described by Ian W. Dalziel in 1997, is a hypothetical supercontinent that existed from the Pan-African orogeny about 600 million years ago to the end of the Precambrian about 540 million years ago.
The collisions that formed Pannotia were glancing collisions, and the continents composing Pannotia already had active rifting.
Outside of the "V" was a very large, ancient ocean called Panafrican Ocean that may have surrounded Pannotia, equivalent to the future Panthalassic Ocean.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Pannotia   (358 words)

  
 Pannotia
Pannotia was a supercontinent firstly described by Dalziel in 1997 which existed from about six hundred million years ago to about five hundred forty million years ago.
The collisions which formed Pannotia were glancing collisions, and the continents composing Pannotia already had active rifting.
The time between the breakup of Rodinia and the breakup of Pannotia was the Ediacaran.
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 Andover Liquors Pannotia Vineyard Torrontes 2003
Pannotia Torrontes has floral notes of iris and hib
Pannotia’s riper style of Torrontes offers light notes of orange zest, green apple, lemon, and peach.
With this wine, Pannotia has created a wine that juggles lightness and intensity.
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 Pannotia Vineyards Torrontes
Pannotia Wines are Perfect for those special Occasions.
Pannotia Torrontes has floral notes of iris and hibiscus, two plants growing along the Cafayate plateau.
Pannotia stands for origin, for balance, with fruit and elegance in equal proportions.
www.pannotiavineyards.com /pannotia-torrontes-wine.html   (279 words)

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