The formation of the Makassar Strait and the separation between SE Kalimantan and SW Sulawesi

@inproceedings{Guntoro1999TheFO,
  title={The formation of the Makassar Strait and the separation between SE Kalimantan and SW Sulawesi},
  author={Agus Joko Guntoro},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract The formation of the Makassar Strait, situated between southeast (SE) Kalimantan and western Sulawesi, is still subject of much debate. Different authors have proposed several hypotheses to explain its evolution. The only agreement between those several hypotheses is that SE Kalimantan and western Sulawesi once lay close together and that their separation is due to the opening of the Makassar Strait. The age and driving mechanism for this opening are, however, still poorly understood… CONTINUE READING

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