Upper Cretaceous Fossil Molluscs in South America and West Africa

Abstract

OVER the past few years there has been a great revival of interest in the theory of continental drift, owing largely to the results yielded by palaeomagnetic investigations. Whereas most geologists a decade ago were inclined to be sceptical about the possibility of the continental land masses having wandered, the evidence now avilable appears much more convincing.

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REYMENT, R. Upper Cretaceous Fossil Molluscs in South America and West Africa. Nature 207, 1384 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1038/2071384a0

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