Doctor of Philosophy
Department of Geology
Surono, A sedimentological investigation of Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia, with special reference to the Kendari area, Doctor of Philosophy thesis, Department of Geology, University of Wollongong, 1994. https://ro.uow.edu.au/theses/1393
The collision complex in the Southeast Arm of Sulawesi, Eastern Indonesia, consists of the Southeast Sulawesi continental terrane which was overthrust by ophiolite (part of the Eastern Sulawesi Ophiolite Belt) and overlain by the synorogenic Early Miocene Sulawesi Molasse. The Southeast Sulawesi continental terrane consists of metamorphic basement unconformably overlain successively by the Late Triassic Meluhu and the Paleogene Tampakura Formations - the latter being redefined herein. Whereas the Meluhu Formation is dominated by clastic strata with intercalations of carbonate rocks in the upper part, the Tampakura Formation, which unconformably overlies the Meluhu Formation, consists of a carbonate dominated sequence.
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