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The Turning Point European Conquests of the Americas
India in the early Cretaceous, and Gondwana's breakup beginning about 150 mya is generally considered the birth of the . By the Cretaceous’s end, India was alone and swiftly moving toward Southern Asia and a tremendous collision that and . The , and mountain-building events (, ) continued in western North America. In the late Cretaceous, the and the volcanic hotspot that created that is currently represented by the Hawaiian Islands first appeared. In the late Cretaceous, the Tethys Ocean connected with the Pacific and created a world-circling tropical current, which , and contributed to anoxic events. North America’s Great Plains in the Cretaceous.
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However, a new study that combines future climate model projections, historic tree-ring records across the entire continent of North America, and how the growth rates of trees may respond to a higher concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has shown that the mitigation effect of forests will likely be much smaller in the future than previously suggested.