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geology and tectonics of eastern Indonesia proceedings of the CCOP-IOC SEATAR Working Group Meeting, Bandung, Indonesia, 9-14 July 1979 by CCOP-IOC SEATAR Working Group Meeting

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Published by Republic of Indonesia, Ministry of Mines and Energy, Directorate General of Mines, Geological Research and Development Centre in Bandung, Indonesia .
Written in English

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  • Indonesia

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  • Geology, Structural -- Indonesia -- Congresses.

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Includes bibliographies.

Statementedited by A.J. Barber & S. Wiryosujono.
SeriesSpecial publication / Geological Research and Development Centre ;, no. 2, Special publication (Pusat Penelitian dan Pengembangan Geologi (Indonesia)) ;, no. 2.
ContributionsBarber, A. J., Wiryosujono, S.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE301.A1 C33 1979a
The Physical Object
Pagination415 p. :
Number of Pages415
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3155131M
LC Control Number82940393

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Geology & Tectonics Geology The general geological features of Indonesia are shown in Figure The basement formation is metamorphic and it is intruded with plutonic formations. They are overlain with Mesozoic, Cenozoic, recent volcanic formations and quaternary deposits. The oldest rocks of Sumatra Island are gneiss, schist and File Size: KB. investigation of Indonesian geology was the book “The Geology of Indonesia” (van Bammelen, ). This was the first comprehensive report on the regional geology, but described the geological evolution of the archipelago in terms of the pre-plate tectonic theory; known as “Undation theory”. Later studies by Katili () and Hamilton. Buy Geology and Tectonics of Eastern Indonesia: Proceedings (Special Publication (Pusat Penelitian Dan Pengembangan Geologi (Indonesia)), No. 2.) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersAuthor: Indonesia) Ccop-Ioc Seatar Working Group Meeting ( Bandung. Page - Geometry of the subducted lithosphere beneath the Banda Sea in eastern Indonesia from seismicity and fault plane solutions. Appears in 26 books from Page - Tertiary f,.2 stage in New Guinea and its bearing on the geological timescale: Am. ‎.

Tectonics and Geology of Porphyry Cu-Au Deposits along the Eastern Sunda Magmatic Arc, Indonesia Porphyry deposits along the eastern Sunda arc display characteristic geologic features similar to porphyry deposits elsewhere. Significant differences include low-K systems, dominance of hydrothermal biotite over K-feldspar, early intense Cited by: 8. CCOP-IOC SEATAR Working Group Meeting ( Bandung, Indonesia). Geology and tectonics of eastern Indonesia. Bandung, Indonesia: Republic of Indonesia, Ministry of Mines and Energy, Directorate General of Mines, Geological Research and Development Centre, . eastern Indonesia there is more arc and ophiolitic crust, and several young ocean basins. The Indonesian archipel-ago formed over the past million years by reassembly of fragments rifted from the Gondwana supercontinent that arrived at the Eurasian subduction margin. The present-day geology of Indonesia is broadly the result of. In thrust and nappe tectonics (ed. K. McClay and N.J. Price). Geological Society of London Special Publication 9, Barber et al. The geology and tectonics of Eastern Indonesia: Review of the Seatar workshop, July , Bandung, Indonesia.

Get this from a library! The geology and tectonics of Eastern Indonesia: proceedings of the CCOP-IOC SEATAR Working Group Meeting, Bandung, Indonesia, July [A J Barber; S Wiryosujono;]. Tectonostratigraphy of the Southern Part of Papua and Arafura Sea, Eastern Indonesia DOI: /ijog.v7i Sedimentary history and stratigraphy of the Papua and Arafura Sea areas, eastern Indonesia, are gained from surface geological mapping combined with . The summary of regional geology and metallogenesis in this introduction is based on publications of the major international collaborative studies of the metallogenesis and tectonics of Northeast Asia that were led by the U.S. Geological Survey. These studies have produced two broad types of publications. The idea to produce this book originated during the "Tectonics and Sedimentation of Indonesia" seminar, the first regional meeting of the Indonesian Sedimentologists Forum (FOSI), the sedimentological commission of IAGI, in The meeting was conducted to commemorate the 50 years anniversary of the publication of van Bemmelen's book, entitled "Geology of Indonesia" ().