Mountain formation, erosion, and sediment deposition in ocean basins over the last 100 million years

Plate tectonics have relentlessly reshaped the Earth's surface skin, also known as the lithosphere, over the 4.5 billion years of Earth's history. Supercontinents formed and broke several times, and the spatial configuration of ocean basins consequently changed dramatically.


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