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Sedimentology and marine geology of the Banda Arc, eastern Indonesia

Mangatas Situmorang

Sedimentology and marine geology of the Banda Arc, eastern Indonesia

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Published by Instituut voor Aardwetenschappen der Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht in [Utrecht .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indonesia,
  • Banda Sea.
    • Subjects:
    • Marine sediments -- Indonesia -- Banda Sea.,
    • Submarine geology -- Indonesia -- Banda Sea.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesSedimentologi dan geologi kelautan di daerah Busur Banda, Indonesia Timur, Sedimentologie en mariene geologie van de Banda Boog, oostelijk Indonesië
      StatementMangatas Situmorang.
      SeriesGeologica Ultraiectina,, no. 84
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE1 .G1342 no. 84
      The Physical Object
      Pagination191 p. :
      Number of Pages191
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL464293M
      ISBN 109071577392
      LC Control Number98183997
      OCLC/WorldCa26941837

      Sedimentology and Petrography of Selected North Sumatra Pre-Tertiary Formations: Anticipating New Petroleum Systems in Western Indonesia. Andang Bachtiar. 1, Prihatin Tri Setyobudi. 1, Siti Asyiah. 2, Armein Suleiman. 2. and Purnama Ary Suandhi. 1. 1 PT. Geosain Delta Andalan. 2. File Size: KB. The geology and tectonics of eastern Indonesia: proceedings of the CCOP-IOC SEATAR Working Group Meeting, Bandung, Indonesia, July Responsibility edited by A.J. Barber & S. Wiryosujono.


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Sedimentology and marine geology of the Banda Arc, eastern Indonesia by Mangatas Situmorang Download PDF EPUB FB2

Structural geology. The tectonics processes in Indonesia formed major structures in Indonesia. The most prominent fault in the west of Indonesia is the Semangko Fault or the Great Sumatran Fault, eastern Indonesia book dextral strike-slip fault along Sumatra Island (about km).

The formation of this fault zone is Sedimentology and marine geology of the Banda Arc to the subduction zone in the west of Sumatra.

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. TECTONIC SETTING OF INDONESIA AND REGIONAL GEOLOGY OF SULAWESI investigation of Indonesian geology was the book “The Geology of Indonesia” (van Bammelen, Sedimentology and marine geology of the Banda Arc.

This was the first comprehensive report on the regional geology, but eastern arc consisted of the east and southeast arms and the eastern part of central Sulawesi, comprised. Indonesian Triassic carbonate platforms have been reported in eastern Sulawesi (Martini et al., ), Sinta Ridge in the Banda Sea (Villeneuve et al., ), as well as the islands of Seram.

Indonesia's volcanoes are part of the Sunda arc, a Sedimentology and marine geology of the Banda Arc line of volcanoes extending from northern Sumatra to the Banda Sea. These volcanoes are generally the result of Sedimentology and marine geology of the Banda Arc of the Australia Plate beneath the Eurasia Plate.

Volcanoes in the Banda Sea result from subduction of the Pacific Plate under the Eurasia Size: KB. The Banda arc -- a gigantic 1,km long, degree curve in eastern Indonesia -- has puzzled geologists for many years, with much debate and controversy surrounding its.

The ability of the hydrated oxides of manganese and iron to adsorb ions from solution (scavenging) is considered in relation to some problems in marine geology, chemistry, and biology. are sedimentology and stratigraphy.

(Toni) Simo Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Sedimentology and marine geology of the Banda Arc Madison, W. Dayton Street, Madison, Wisconsin Toni Simo received his M.S.

degree and his Ph.D. from the University of Barcelona. His research focuses on carbonate sedimentology, sequence stratigraphy, and basin analysis.

A detailed petrological study of the Banda Arc volcanism, documented by extensive microprobe whole-rock and mineral analysis, shows that the apparent geographical eastwards continuity of the Sunda Arc Sedimentology and marine geology of the Banda Arc a major geochemical discontinuity adjacent to the southern end of the Weber Deep beneath Serua.

The alkali contents and Sr isotope ratios suggest that Nila, Teun and Damar Cited by: East Java can be subdivided into three parts, broadly parallel to the elongation of the island, representing (1) the early Cenozoic Southern Mountains Arc, (2) a deep basin north of the arc, and (3) a marine shelf north of the basin (Figs.

3 and 4). The modern arc is built. A further striking example of an orocline occurs at the far end of the Tethyan collision belt in eastern Indonesia (Fig. 2b), where the young and largely oceanic Banda Sea extensional basin is enclosed by the Inner (volcanic) and Outer (collisional) Banda arcs (Hinschberger et al.,Honthaas et al.,McCaffrey, ).Similarities between the Outer Banda Arc and the Carpathians have Cited by: Regional Geology Eastern Indonesia is one of the most dynamic areas in Indonesia since it is an interaction between three major plates, which are the Eurasian, Pacific, and Indo-Australian Plates.

Banda Arc is a result of these interactions, the southern part of Banda Arc is a result of interaction. The older volcanic arc rocks formed part of the Paleogene Sunda Arc. The Banda volcanic arc is young and has been active only for ∼10 m.y.

(Abbott and Chamalaun, ; Honthaas et al., ), and the horseshoe-shaped Banda Eastern Indonesia book is a phenomenon of the same time interval. In eastern Indonesia, the northern edge of the Australian conti-nentiscolliding withtheactivevolcanicarcat ∼cm=yr (Bock et al., ), effectively capturing the initiation and continuation of convergent orogenesis.

To the west of the Banda arc seismic array, the File Size: 2MB. Journal of the Geological Society, London, Vol.pp.12 figs Printed in Northern Ireland Late Palaeogene-Quaternary geology of Halmahera, Eastern Indonesia: initiation of a volcanic island arc R.

HALL,l M. AUDLEY-CHARLES,' F. BANNER,' S. HIDAYAT2 Department of Geological Sciences, University Collcge London, Gower Street, London WClE 6BT, UKFile Size: 9MB. The Banda arc of eastern Indonesia manifests the collision of a continent and an intra-oceanic island arc.

The presently active arc is located on what appears to be oceanic crust whereas the associated subduction trench is underlain by continental crust.

Recent lavas from the Banda arc are predominantly andesitic and range from tholeiitic in the north through calc-alkaline to high-K calc Cited by: Personnel: Sebastian Zimmermann, Robert Hall & Inga Sevastjanova. Themes: Sedimentology and provenance; Eastern Indonesia and the Bird’s Head.

Aims. This project uses light and heavy mineral analyses, as well as zircon LA-ICP-MS U-Pb dating to fill existing gaps in our knowledge and to answer the following questions: • Where exactly do the Mesozoic siliciclastic sediments from Sumba. Abstract: Timor and adjacent islands in Eastern Indonesia are the site of a currentl~ active col~ision between the Australian continental shelf and the volcanic islands of the Banda Arc.

PreVIously pubhshed sedimentological and micro-paleontological data from the islands and the subduction trench date the start of this collision at to 3 Ma.

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Berita Sedimentologi TIMOR & ARAFURA SEA in the Outer Banda Arc, Eastern Indonesia – J.T. van Gorsel 24 The Sorong Fault Zone Kinematics: Implication for Structural Evolution on Salawati Basin, dealing with sedimentology and sedimentary geology in Indonesia. Conclusions The apparent continuity of geological structures around the Banda Arc is not as simple as first impressions 68 Marine and Petroleum Geology,Vol 8, February Evolution of the Banda Arc, Indonesia: T.

Char/ton et al. = _- Figure 7 Comparison of the tectonics of the Banda Arc (a) with the strain pattern around a fold (b) from Cited by: eastern Sistan-Baluchistan province is located.

From the perspective of geology of this area is located in this region, this region is structurally the two outer parts (coastal) and an internal split.

The study area is located in the external part, the structure of the Makran coastal land Author: Ahrari-roud, Moyeddin, ini. We present Sr, Nd, and Pb isotope results and SiO 2, Rb, Sr, Sm, Nd, U, Th, and Pb data for six active volcanoes and one extinct volcanic island distributed over the whole length of the Banda types range from low‐K tholeiitic in the NE to high‐K calc‐alkaline in the SW.

The volcanoes in the NE have “normal” arc signatures (87 Sr/ 86 Sr = –, Nd/ Nd = 0 Cited by: in Eastern Indonesia. Berau Basin encompasses a wide variety of faults, structural elements and trends. Tectonics of the basin was initiated by extension and subsidence during the Middle to Late Eocene formed wrench faults arid resulted in the formation of major NW-SE oriented arches and had stopped by the end of Early Miocene [18,19].

The Banda Sea Plate is a minor tectonic plate underlying the Banda Sea in southeast plate also carries a portion of Sulawesi Island, the entire Seram Island, and the Banda ise from the east it is bounded by the Bird's Head Plate of western New Guinea, Australian Plate, Timor Plate, Sunda Plate, and the Molucca Sea Collision es: Sulawesi Island, Banda Sea.

Sedimentology, Biostratigraphy and Micropaleontology: Citation (ISO format) MARTINI, Rossana et al. Sedimentology, stratigraphy, and micropalaeontology of the Upper Triassic reefal series in Eastern Sulawesi (Indonesia).Cited by: Banda Arc Project Eastern Indonesia is one of the least well-understood geological domains of our planet, and yet the region provides a truly remarkable location for.

Subduction of continental material in the Banda Arc, Eastern Indonesia: Sr-Nd-Pb isotope and trace-element evidence from volcanics and sediments Vroon, P.Z. () Geologica Ultraiectina, vol Cited by: The Geology of Indonesia: Economic geology Banda Barisan basalt basement complex basic fronts Basin batholiths Beds BEMMELEN Borneo breccias Camerina caused Celebes Central Borneo clay coast conglomerates Cretaceous crust crustal dacitic deposits depth diorites downwarp earthquakes eastern Eocene eruption evolution facies fauna folding.

@article{osti_, title = {Mud volcanoes, shale diapirs, wrench faults, and melanges in accretionary complexes, eastern Indonesia}, author = {Barber, A.J. and Tjokrosapoetro, S. and Charlton, T.R.}, abstractNote = {In Timor, eastern Indonesia, where the northern margin of the Australian continent is colliding with the Banda Arc, Australian continental margin sediments are being.

The offshore Madura Straits basin is an eastern continuation of the Kendeng/ Randublatung zones of the NE Java basin, with a sedimentary section of marine Oligocene- Recent sediments.

Madura Straits is home to a unique hydrocarbon play, with several biogenic gas fields discovered since the late 's in reservoirs of Pliocene deep marine. INTRODUCTION. The edition of the ‘Bibliography of the geology of Indonesia and surrounding areas’ is now available online here.

This edition of July contains >22, titles (> new entries since Ed. = +18%), with expanded annotation and > corrections on pages (+23%), and with > links to open-access papers. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

An outline of the geology of Indonesia by,Indonesian Association of Geologists edition, in English5/5(5). Seram, the Seram Trough, the Aru Trough, the Tanimbar Trough and the Weber Deep: A new look at major structures in the eastern Banda Arc Hall, R Camplin, D. & Hall, R.,In: Marine and Petroleum Geology.

57, p. Research output: Contribution to Provenance of Mesozoic sandstones in the Banda Arc, Indonesia. (Outer Banda Arc islands (Timor, Tanimbar, etc.) are imbricated N margin of Australian shelf and slope on which overthrust Asian elements and major olistostrome have been superimposed, all emplaced from N) Audley-Charles, M.G., D.J.

Carter & J.S. Milsom ()- Tectonic development of Eastern Indonesia in relation to Gondwanaland dispersal. 22nd Annual Convention Proceedings (Volume 1), Pages The Stratigraphy and Sedimentology of West Timor, Indonesia.

Sawyer, Kartono Sani, Stephen Brown. Abstract. Over kilometers of reconnaissance and detailed geological traverses were made of Permian to Neogene age outcrops on the island of Timor, Eastern Indonesia as part of Amoseas Indonesia and Pertamina. The Toba supervolcano located on the island of Sumatra, which erup years ago, was a global catastrophe, creating six years of volcanic.

SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology) is an international not-for-profit Society headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Through its network of international members, the Society is dedicated to the dissemination of scientific information on sedimentology, stratigraphy, paleontology, environmental sciences, marine geology, hydrogeology, and many additional related specialties.

Coral terrace surveys and U-series ages of coral and mollusk shells yield a surface uplift rate of ~ m/ka for Kisar Island. The small island is located NE of Timor in the active Banda Arc of Indonesia. Based on this rate, Kisar first emerged from the ocean as recently as ~ ka.

Terrace surveys show warping that follows a pattern of east-west striking folds, which are along strike of Cited by: 1.

"Our research found that a 7 km-deep abyss beneath the Banda Sea off eastern Indonesia was formed by extension along what might be Earth's largest-identified exposed fault plane.".

Lindsey C. Henry, Jennifer A. Pdf, Birger Hansen and Ken Hartman, Erosion and ponding of Thunder Horse deepwater turbidites by mass transport complexes in Mississippi Canyon based on image log sedimentology, Marine and Petroleum Geology, /geo, 97, Cited by: DOI: /ijog.v8i Sedimentary-related manganese layers have been discovered in South Central Timor Regency, Timor Island, Indonesia, which is tectonically active and being uplifted due to north-trending tectonic collision between Timor Island arc and Australian continental crust.In the Eastern Indonesia, the sedimentary basins can be considered ebook grossly under-explored compared to the western region.

The basins can be as old as Permian and detailed information is limited mainly to the outer-arc basins of the Banda Arc.