Thrusting of a volcanic arc: a new structural model for Java

@inproceedings{Clements2009ThrustingOA,
  title={Thrusting of a volcanic arc: a new structural model for Java},
  author={Benjamin Clements and Robert Hall and Helen R. Smyth and Michael A. Cottam},
  year={2009}
}
ABSTRACT Java is part of a volcanic island arc situated in the Indonesian archipelago at the southern margin of the Eurasian Plate. Sundaland continental crust, accreted to Eurasia by the Early Mesozoic, now underlies the shallow seas to the north of Java where there has been considerable petroleum exploration. Java has an apparently simple structure in which the east–west physiographic zones identified by van Bemmelen broadly correspond to structural zones. In the north there is the margin of… Expand
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