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Neoproterozoic tectonic geography was dominated by the formation of the supercontinent Rodinia, its break-up and the subsequent amalgamation of Gondwana.The Neoproterozoic was a tumultuous time of Earth history, with large climatic variations, the emergence of complex life and a series of continent-building orogenies of a scale not repeated until the Cenozoic.Besides modelling plate boundaries, our model presents some notable departures from previous Rodinia models.

From 2004 to 2009 he worked as a geophysicist at GETECH in the UK, a potential-field geophysics consultancy.

Sergei Pisarevsky obtained his MSc in geophysics from Leningrad State University in 1976, and Ph D in geophysics from the same University in 1983.

He moved to the Tectonics Special Research Centre at the School of Earth and Geographical Sciences of the University of Western Australia (UWA) in 1998.

He has worked extensively in Madagascar, Arabia, Ethiopia, Brazil, East Africa and India where he has had the pleasure of working with stimulating colleagues on the tectonic evolution of Gondwana amalgamation.

He is full professor at The University of Adelaide and for the last four years has held an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship. Williams joined the School of Geosciences at the University of Sydney in January 2010.

From 2004 to 2009 he worked as a geophysicist at GETECH in the UK, a potential-field geophysics consultancy.Sergei Pisarevsky obtained his MSc in geophysics from Leningrad State University in 1976, and Ph D in geophysics from the same University in 1983.He moved to the Tectonics Special Research Centre at the School of Earth and Geographical Sciences of the University of Western Australia (UWA) in 1998.He has worked extensively in Madagascar, Arabia, Ethiopia, Brazil, East Africa and India where he has had the pleasure of working with stimulating colleagues on the tectonic evolution of Gondwana amalgamation.He is full professor at The University of Adelaide and for the last four years has held an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship. Williams joined the School of Geosciences at the University of Sydney in January 2010.Since arriving in Sydney, his research has concentrated both on marine geoscience and global-scale plate tectonics and geodynamics.