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P151 Multi-Sources Data Integration for Global Scale Paleo-Plate Tectonics Modelling C. Hochard* (Institute of Geosciences and Environment) & G.M. Stampfli (Institute of Geosciences and Environment) SUMMARY Reconstructions of past plate motions offer an ideal framework for other geological paleo-geographical paleo-oceanographic and paleo-climatology studies. Defining plate positions and relationships through time must follow a few relevant rules to be consistent. Mainly driven by processes occurring at their limits the plates behaviour cannot be modelled without reconstructing these limits and the disappeared oceans. By integrating numerous data sources (including field geology seismic data paleomagnetism paleobiogeography...) and various constraints (maximum plates velocity ocean

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2007-06-11
2020-12-05
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