This is a big volume. The title is a little misleading as most of papers are concerned with the Australides, defined by the editors as an orogenic belt, extending from western South America via Antarctica to eastern Australia, that formed the southern margin of Pangaea in the Palaeozoic. The volume is thus concerned primarily with orogenic activity at the southern edge of Gondwana during the Palaeozoic and Mesozoic. It is divided into two sections preceded by an introduction: a first section concerned with Regional Syntheses and a second section entitled Topics and Methodologies.

The volume begins with an introduction by...

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