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The first chapter of the bibliography contains >180 pages with over 1900 titles of papers on the regional geology of Indonesia and adjacent SE Asia- Pacific, as well as general papers that do not fit in any of the regions or specialist categories listed separately. It is subdivided in five chapters: I.1. Indonesia Regional Geology I.2. SE Asia Tectonics, Paleobiogeography I.3. Volcanism, Volcanic rocks geochemistry I.4. Modern environments, Oceanography I.5. Carbonates, Coral Reefs I.1. Indonesia Regional Geology This chapter includes the references of textbooks and papers on the tectonics and regional geology of Indonesia. The Indonesian archipelago is an extremely complex collection of continental blocks, active and extinct volcanic arcs and associated subduction complexes (commonly with ophiolites, marking sutures where former oceans were consumed) and old and young ocean basins. It is now at the convergence of three major tectonic plates: Eurasia, Pacific and Australia. The area of Sulawesi contains elements of all three plates.

A pre-plate tectonics depiction of 'tectonostratigraphic provinces' in Indonesia, fairly accurately grouping areas with similar tectonic histories, mainly based on similarities/ differences in Permian- Eocene stratigraphic successions (Umbgrove, 1938)
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Western Indonesia ('Sundaland') is a complex of continental blocks that amalgamated in Late Paleozoic- Early Mesozoic time. Eastern Indonesia contains a number of small continental microplates derived from the Australia- New Guinea Gondwanan margin, now separated by young age oceanic marginal basins and volcanic arc systems. Many parts of Indonesia's tectonic history remain poorly understood. Numerous reconstructions have been proposed in the last 40 years since the acceptance of plate tectonics theory. Most agree on the broad relative motions of the three major plates, but they vary in many other details. Places like Timor, Seram, W Papua Birds Head, etc. continue to generate debate. Umbgrove (1938) lamented that 'in the last decades at least one or two new hypotheses have been suggested every year to explain the structure of the East Indian Archipelago'. Now, more than 70 years later, new models continue to be proposed and debated. Much progress has been made, but there is still no agreement on the 'final answer'. Suggested Reading Text books: Rutten (1927; remarkable understanding of Indonesian geology for its time; in Dutch), Van Bemmelen (1949), Umbgrove (1949), Hamilton (1979), Hutchison (1989), Darman and Sidi (1999). Tectonics, Reconstructions: Katili (1971, 1989, etc.), Pigram and Panggabean (1984), Rangin et al. (1990), Struckmeyer et al. (1993), Simanjuntak (1993-2000), Prasetyo (1995), Lee and Lawver (1995), Packham (1996), Simandjuntak and Barber (1996), Hall (1996, 1998, 2002, 2012 etc.), Hall, Clements and Smyth (2009), Harris (2006), Longley (1997), Villeneuve et al. (1998, 2001, 2010), Charlton (2000), Milsom (2000, 2001), Pubellier et al. (2003, 2005), Satyana (2003, 2009), Spakman & Hall (2010). I.2. SE Asia Tectonics, Paleobiogeography This chapter contains a large (>500 titles), mixed collection of papers on regional SE Asia tectonics, as well as papers on the tectonics and geology of parts of mainland SE Asia that are relevant to the understanding of parts of Indonesia (Thailand, S China, Myanmar, some Vietnam, etc.). Numerous papers on Paleozoic- Mesozoic faunas and floras are also included, especially those that help identify faunal and floral provinces indicative of paleoclimate and relative positions of plates through time. Paleobiogeographic patterns and stratigraphic successions are key tools underpinning plate reconstructions of SE Asia, especially in the pre-Cenozoic. The main patterns of the geologic evolution of SE Asia are reasonably well understood, but details and exact timing of events are still debated. SE Asia is a complex collage of continental blocks, all once part of the Gondwana supercontinent, separated from the New Guinea- Australia- India margin during multiple episodes of Devonian- Jurassic rifting (S China, Indochina, Sibumasu, W Burma, etc.). After Northward drift from the S Hemisphere to equatorial latitudes (recorded by changes in flora and fauna from colder to warmer climates), the various Gondwanan-origin blocks amalgamated with mainland Eurasia during multiple Late PaleozoicEocene episodes of collision. Multiple suture zones, many with ophiolites, represent the closing of a succession of ocean basins (PaleoTethys, Meso-Tethys, Neo-Tethys/ Indian Ocean) by subduction along the S Eurasia margin. These are accompanied by volcanic-plutonic arc systems and associated subduction complexes. Oceanic marginal basins formed by slab rollback after various collisions, some of which are already consumed, some of the Eocene and younger ones still remain (Andaman Sea, South China Sea, Sulu Sea, Celebes Sea, Banda Seas). Probably related with these are widespread Tertiary basins, mainly initiating in the Late Eocene-Oligocene. Several large strike slip fault zones, many still active today, further add to the complexity of the region. Suggested Reading Tectonics, Terrane reconstructions: Stauffer (1974-1986), Ridd (1980), Metcalfe (1988, 1996, 2009 a.o.) Sengor et al. (1988, 2009), Hutchison (1994), Hall (1997, 1998, 2002, 2009 a.o.), Pubellier et al. (2003, 2005), Satyana (2003, 2009) a.o.

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com July 2012 . This chapter contains mainly papers on regional volcanism.recent magmatic arcs/ subduction zones Indonesian Archipelago (Katili 1974) Bibliography of Indonesian Geology v. Most of the papers on modern volcanoes and descriptions of historic activity are not included. Volcanic rocks geochemistry Krakatau after 1883 eruption (Verbeek 1885). Cretaceous.3. Indonesia has attracted volcanological studies for a long time. many additional papers that are specific to one area will be under the chapter for that area. the first three of which were probably once continuous and related to the same subducting Indian Ocean plate. Volcanism. Active volcanism occurs along four arc segments. Banda.1 3 www.4. Sangihe and Halmahera. unless they contain data or observations that are relevant to interpretation of the regional geology.vangorselslist. Sunda. With its 128 active and many additional extinct volcanoes.I.

Most of the volcanism in the modern Sunda. Elburg. Bibliography of Indonesian Geology v. Hutchison (1975. A recent topic of great academic interest has been the flow of deep Pacific Ocean water to the Indian Ocean through the Indonesian Archipelago ('Indonesian Throughflow') and its imact on climate in the region. Up to 15 older volcanic-plutonic arc systems have been recognized in Indonesia. Van Bergen. Kuenen (1950).4. (1979) and many others I. Handley. coral reefs. W Sulawesi) or the North ('Proto-South China Sea Plate': Kalimantan Cretaceous. starting in the last 3-6 Ma. Tomascik et al.1983).4. Oceanography This section contains papers on modern environments and depositional processes in Indonesia.) and Snellius II (Van Hinte et al.M Miocene. 1981). etc. (2003).Philippine Sea Plate: Halmahera. (2004). 1989) Wyrtki (1961) Molengraaff (1922. Soeria-Atmadja et al. Gordon (2005 and others) Sidi et al. Foden. post-collision New Guinea Late July 2012 . Hartono (2009). Philippines. MacPherson. Gupta (2005) Reports of expeditions Challenger (Brady 1884. Turner.). Indonesia has been a study area for many types of modern environments. etc. Modern volcanoes and activity: Stehn (1927).Banda Arc is quite young. ranging in age from Permian to Recent. Neumann van Padang (1936. like tropical rainforests. (1997) Kuhnt et al. Carlile and Mitchell (1994). Eight of these have associated commercial mineral deposits. 1930). etc. 1974. the East (Pacific Ocean. Arc systems may be classified by age and whether the subducting oceanic plates were from the South (Tethys. papers by Bellon. peat swamps. Hutchison and Jezek (1978).1 4 www. Whitford.Pleistocene) Suggested reading (see more complete listing in Van Gorsel 2009) Volcanic arcs through time: Katili (1973. Modern environments. Woodroffe (2005). 1989). An understanding of this is obviously important to interpret the geological record. Indian ocean: most Indonesian arcs).vangorselslist. Snellius (Kuenen 1935. Kusumadinata et al. Suggested reading General text books: Oceanographic Expeditions: Physical Oceanography: Marine Geology: Indonesian Throughflow: SE Asia deltas: Ecology of Indonesia series. deltas and deep marine environments and oceanography. Vroon. Hoogewerff. Harris (2006). (1986-2001) Volcanic rocks chemistry: Westerveld (1954). Siboga (Weber 1902).

I.5. Carbonates, Coral Reefs The Indonesia archipelago has long been a research area for the study of modern coral reefs. Early papers were by Molengraaff (1930), Kuenen (1933) and Umbgrove (1928-1947), more recent ones include Longman et al. (1993). Renewed interest in reefal limestone deposits came with the string of oil and gas discoveries in mainly Oligocene-Miocene age reefal buildup reservoirs on Java, Sumatra, Sulawesi and West Papua. A comprehensive overview of the widespread Tertiary limestones is Wilson (2002). Pre-Tertiary carbonates are relatively rare in Indonesia. Carboniferous- Permian limestones with fusulinid foraminifera are known from Sumatra, W Kalimantan- W Sarawak (Terbat Limestone) and Timor (papers by Fontaine, etc.). The E-M Permian of Sumatra includes the only true reefal Permian limestones in Indonesia (Guguk Bulat, W Sumatra). Late Triassic shallow water carbonates have been reported from Sumatra (Gafoer and Fontaine 1989), Bangka (De Neve and De Roever 1947), Timor (Vinassa de Regny 1915, Haig et al. 2007), E Sulawesi (Cornee et al. 1994, 1995, Martini et al. 1997), Buru (Gerth 1910, Wanner 1923), Seram (Wanner et al. 1952, Martini et al. 2004), Banda Sea (Sinta Ridge ;Villeneuve et al. 1994) and the Kubor terrane of Papua New Guinea (Skwarko et al. 1976, Kristan-Tollman 1986, 1989). Late Jurassic- Early Cretaceous shallow marine carbonates are present in Sumatra (Gafoer and Fontaine 1989) and W Kalimantan- W Sarawak (Bau Limestone). Deep water pelagic limestones of these ages are relatively widespread in Eastern Indonesia. Fractured Upper Triassic limestones are secondary oil reservoirs on Seram Island. Most of the references on individual carbonates are found in the chapters on areas in which they occur.

Detail of Molengraaff (1922) map of modern distribution of coral reefs. Red = fringing reefs, Blue = barrier reefs and atolls formed as response to sea level changes, Green = barrier reefs/ atolls caused by 'diastrophism'. Uplifted coral reefs are common East of the yellow line.

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I.1. Indonesia Regional Geology Aadland, A.J. & R.S.K. Phoa (eds.) (1981)- Geothermal gradient map of Indonesia, 2nd ed.. Indon. Petrol. Assoc., Spec. Publ., p. 1-43 + 2 map sheets 1: 2,500,000. (Compilation of temperature data from petroleum wells in Indonesia. See also updated version by Thamrin & Mey, 1987) Abendanon, E.C. (1914)- Geologische schetskaart van Nederlandsch Oost-Indie, 1:2,500,000. Koninkl. Nederl. Aardrijksk. Genootschap, Smulders, The Hague, 6 sheets. (‘Geological overview map of the Netherlands East Indies’. First geological overview map of Indonesia, commissioned by the Netherlands Royal Geographical Society, The Hague) Abendanon, E.C. (1919)- Aequinoctia, an old Palaeozoic continent. J. Geol. 27, 7, p. 562-578. (Early tectonic interpretation of Indonesia. Presence of crystalline schists across E Indonesia suggests area from Borneo to New Guinea may all be parts of one ancient continent, stretching from Sulawesi to Tasmania, here named Aequinoctia) Adinegoro, A.R. Udin (1973)- Stratigraphic studies by the Indonesian Petroleum Institute (LEMIGAS). United Nations ECAFE, CCOP Techn. Bull. 7, p. 55-74. (Review of Cenozoic stratigraphic successions in NE Java, Jambi-Sumatra, NE Sumatra and E Kalimantan. One of first attempts to tie these local stratigraphies to global low latitude planktonic foram zonations) Ali, J.R. & R. Hall (1995)- Evolution of the boundary between the Philippine Sea plate and Australia: paleomagnetic evidence from eastern Indonesia. Tectonophysics 251, p. 251-275. (New paleomag from Sorong Fault Zone, Obi and Taliabu. Sula Platform Coniacian-Santonian paleolatitude at 19°+/- 6°, similar to Misool, suggesting Sula/Taliabu and Misool part of single microcontinent, >10° farther N than expected if attached to Australia, implying region separated from Australia before Late Cretaceous. Obi contains rocks of Philippine Sea and Australian origin. Volcanic arc at S edge Philippine Sea Plate collided with New Guinea at ~25 Ma, changing Philippine Sea-Australian plate boundary from subduction to strike-slip) Ali, J.R., S. Roberts & R. Hall (1995)- The closure of the Indo-Pacific ocean gateway: new plate tectonic perspective. In: F. Hehuwat et al. (eds.) Proc. Int. Workshop Neogene evolution of Pacific Ocean gateways, Bandar Lampung 1993, p. 10-20. Alzwar, M. (1986)- Geothermal energy potential related to active volcanism in Indonesia. Geothermics 15, p. 601-607. (90 geothermal areas identified in Indonesia, most located in active volcanic belts) Amiruddin (2009)- A review on Permian to Triassic active or convergent margin in Southeasternmost Gondwanaland: possibility of exploration target for tin and hydrocarbon deposits in the Eastern Indonesia. Jurnal Geol. Indonesia 4, 1, p. 31-41. (online at: (Permian-Triassic magmatic-volcanic belts signify active Paleo-Pacific margin along New Guinea- E Australia part of SE Gondwanaland. Granitic plutons of S- type and may be tin-bearing. Back-arc basins of S Papua and Galille-Bowen-Gunnedah-Sydney basins filled by fluvial, fluvio-deltaic to marine Permian-Triassic sediments, locally with coal, unconformably overlain by marine Jurassic-Cretaceous) Anderson, R.N. (1980)- Update of heat flow in the East and Southeast Asian seas. In: D.E. Hayes (ed.) The tectonic and geologic evolution of Southeast Asian seas and islands, 1, Amer. Geoph. Union, Geoph. Mon. Ser. 23, p. 319-326. Angelich, M.T., R.L. Brovey, M.E. Ruder & C.C. Wielchowsky (1986)- Use of Seasat-derived free-air gravity to interpret the structure of Southeast Asia. Proc. 15th Ann. Conv. Indon. Petrol. Assoc. 1, p. 1-18.

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(In areas of low sea-bottom relief SEASAT-derived gravity data can be treated qualitatively as low-pass-filtered Bouguer gravity field. Examples from SE Asia) Astjario, P. (1995)- A study of the uplifted coral reef terraces in the eastern part of Indonesia. In: J. Ringis (ed.) Proc. 31st Sess. Comm. Co ord. Joint Prospecting Min. Res. Asian Offshore Areas (CCOP), Kuala Lumpur 1994, 2, p. 116-121. Audley-Charles, M.G. (1965)- Permian palaeogeography of the northern Australia-Timor region. Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclim., Palaeoecol. 1, p. 297-305. (Autochthonous Permian rocks of Timor were derived as detritus from Kimberley region of N Australia. This conflicts with suggestions of large crustal dislocations immediately N of Australia recently advocated on basis of regional palaeomagnetic studies) Audley-Charles, M.G. (1966)- Mesozoic palaeogeography of Australasia. Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclim., Palaeoecol. 2, p. 1-25. Audley-Charles, M.G. (1976)- Mesozoic evolution of the margins of Tethys in Indonesia and The Philippines. Proc. 5th Ann. Conv. Indon. Petrol. Assoc. 2, p. 25-52. Audley-Charles, M.G. (1978)- The Indonesian and Philippine archipelagoes. In: M. Moullade & A.E.M. Nairn (eds.) The Phanerozoic geology of the world, II, The Mesozoic. Elsevier, p. 165-207. Audley-Charles, M.G. (1981)- Geological history of the region of Wallace’s Line. In: T.C. Whitmore (ed.) Wallace’s Line and plate tectonics. Clarendon Press, Oxford, p. 5-25. Audley-Charles, M.G. & D.J. Carter (1974)- Petroleum prospects of the southern part of the Banda Arc, eastern Indonesia. Comm. Co-ord. Joint Prosp. Min. Res. Asian Offshore Areas (CCOP), Techn. Bull. 8, p. 55-70. (Mainly an overview of the geology of Timor, with some comments on oil seeps and prospectivity of island) Audley-Charles, M.G., D.J. Carter & A.J. Barber (1974)- Stratigraphic basis for tectonic interpretations of the Outer Banda Arc, Eastern Indonesia. Proc. 3rd Ann. Conv. Indon. Petrol. Assoc., p. 25-44. (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 (1972)- Tectonic development of Eastern Indonesia in relation to Gondwanaland dispersal. Nature Phys. Sci. 239, p. 35-39. Audley-Charles, M.G. & R. Harris (1990)- Allochtonous terranes of the Southwest Pacific and Indonesia. Philos. Trans. Royal Soc. London A331, p. 571-587. (Mainly on Timor. Deformed Australian margin, overridden by three allochtonous nappes) Audley-Charles, M.G. & D.A. Hooijer (1973)- Relation of Pleistocene migrations of pygmy stegodonts to island arc tectonics in eastern Indonesia. Nature 241, p. 197-198. (Pleistocene pygmy stegodonts in Sulawesi, Flores and Timor, areas now separated by deep seas. Dwarf Stegodon co-existed in Flores and Timor in Pleistocene. Flores now separated from Timor by 3,000 m deep Savu Sea, narrowest in Ombai Strait (30 km) between Alor and Timor. Because elephants (and presumably stegodonts) could not swim across Savu Sea- Ombai Strait, a Pleistocene land connection between Flores and Timor must be postulated (but elephantoids now believed to be rel. good swimmers; HvG) Badan Geologi (2009)- Sedimentary basins map of Indonesia based on gravity and geological data, 1:5000,000. Geol. Survey Indonesia, Bandung. (online at: (Map of Indonesia sedimentary basins, color-coded by age and labeled by basin type)

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