The hypothetical future supercontinent Amasia

The hypothetical future supercontinent Amasia



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The future supercontinent Amasia is a possible supercontinent that will form over the North Pole in about 50 to 200 million years, through the merger of Asia and North America.

This theory was developed by the geologist of the University of Cape Town Chris Hartnady in 1992, who explains that the prediction is based primarily on the fact that the Pacific plate is already subducting under Eurasia and North America.

This process, if it continues, will cause both continents to merge, in turn causing the closure of the Pacific Ocean, which will lead to the Atlantic Ocean becoming larger than this.

Other suggested future supercontinents

Other suggested supercontinents besides Amasia, are Pangea Ultima or Pangea Proxima Y Novopangea.

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