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A supercontinent comprising all of Earth's landmass, before it was split by continental drift. Crowley et al. (1989) Geology 17, 5 find that very high summer temperatures and a large annual range are major features of supercontinents; a finding with implications for Permian extinctions.

Subjects: Biological Sciences — Earth Sciences and Geography.

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