Eduard Suess, Austrian geologist

Eduard Suess, Austrian geologist

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Caption: Eduard Suess (1831- 1914), Austrian geologist. Suess's theories about the changing face of the Earth foreshadowed the development of plate tectonics. He mainly studied mountains, volcanic islands and deep-sea trenches. He proposed that there had once been a single supercontinent that had split up to form the present continents. He named this supercontinent Gondwanaland after the Gonds, the supposed human inhabitants.

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