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Burmese amber & continental plates

 
 
Reply Sat 26 May, 2012 09:00 am
Myanmar (Burmese) amber is reported to be from the early Cretaceous period (ca. 100 million years ago). The amber is taken from quarries in northern Myanmar. My question is, do the sites which yield the amber belong to the Eurasian continental plate or to the Indian plate?
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Reply Sat 26 May, 2012 10:25 am
@Regnum Vegetabile,
the answer to that excellent question is in Santosh and Rogers,
"CONTINENTS AND SUPERCONTINENTS".
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