Number 29-Supplement
April 2014

Indonesian Journal of Sedimentary Geology

A -- S

Cover Photograph
Thin section of Middle Miocene limestone with common larger foraminifera (Katacycloclypeus, Lepidocyclina,
Amphistegina) and calcareous algae, offshore Vietnam.


J.T. van Gorsel

"A bad fossil is more valuable than a good working hypothesis’’
(R. Trumpy (1971) Stratigraphy in mountain belts. Quart. J. Geol. Soc. 126, p. 293-318)
This listing contains >3300 papers on biostratigraphy/ paleontology of Indonesia and surrounding
areas, It combines all papers previously listed under Biostratigraphy as well as papers with
significant biostratigraphic- paleontologic content previously listed under the various regions in the
'Bibliography of the geology of Indonesia and surrounding areas' ("Edition 5.1"; online at
It is organized chronologically (except Chapter 9) in nine chapters:
1. General Papers .......................................................................................................................... 4
2. Quaternary, Recent distribution .................................................................................................. 6
3. Tertiary..................................................................................................................................... 42
4. Cretaceous............................................................................................................................. 153
5. Jurassic.................................................................................................................................. 174
6. Triassic .................................................................................................................................. 198
7. Permian- Carboniferous- ........................................................................................................ 228
8. Ordovician- Devonian ............................................................................................................. 291
9. Hominids, Quaternary Mammals ............................................................................................ 303


1. General Papers
Brouwer, H.A. (1931)- Paleozoic In: B.G. Escher et al. (eds.) De palaeontologie en stratigraphie van
Nederlandsch Oost-Indie, Leidsche Geol. Meded. 5 (K. Martin memorial volume), p. 552-566.
(Brief review of distribution of Paleozoic rocks and fossils in Indonesia (Sumatra, Timor, W Papua))
Charlton, T.R., A.J. Barber, R.A. Harris, S.T. Barkham, P.R. Bird, N.W. Archbold, N.J. Morris, R.S. Nicoll,
H.G. Owen, R.M. Owens, J.E. Sorauf, P.D. Taylor, G.D. Webster & J.E. Whittaker (2002)- The Permian of
Timor: stratigraphy, palaeontology and palaeogeography. J. Asian Earth Sci. 20, p. 719-774.
(Extensive compilation of Timor Permian stratigraphy and paleontology, with specialist reviews of
brachiopods, bryozoans, cephalopods, conodonts, corals, echinoderms, foraminifera, molluscs, trilobites, etc.)
Charlton, T.R., A.J. Barber, A.J. McGowan, R.S. Nicoll, E. Roniewicz, S.E. Cook, S.T. Barkham & P.R. Bird
(2009)- The Triassic of Timor: lithostratigraphy, chronostratigraphy and palaeogeography. J. Asian Earth Sci.
36, p. 341-363.
(Overview of Triassic successions of Timor, exposed in fold-and-thrust belt and melange complex. Three formal
lithostratigraphic units defined previously (Niof, Aitutu and Babulu Fms), with a fourth, Wai Luli Fm, primarily
Jurassic in age but extending down into Triassic. Triassic extension not associated with major volcanism,
unlike Early Permian extension)
De Beaufort, L.F. (1931)- Pisces, Reptilia and Aves. In: In: B.G. Escher et al. (eds.) De palaeontologie en
stratigraphie van Nederlandsch Oost-Indie, Leidsche Geol. Meded. 5 (K. Martin memorial volume), p. 461-470.
(Listings of species of fossil fish, reptiles and birds known from Indonesia)
Escher, B.G., I.M. van der Vlerk, J.H.F. Umbgrove & P.H. Kuenen (eds.) (1931)- De palaeontologie en
stratigraphie van Nederlandsch Oost-Indie, Leidsche Geologische Mededelingen. 5 ('Feestbundel Prof. Dr. K.
Martin'), 1, p. 1-648.
('The paleontology and stratigraphy of Netherlands East Indies'. Commerative volume at 80st birthday of Prof.
Dr. K. Martin. Voluminous book with 20 chapters summarizing ‘state of knowledge’ of paleontology and
stratigraphy in Netherlands East Indies. With listings of species and fossil localities and stratigraphic tables.
No illustrations of fossils)
Fontaine, H. & S. Salyapongse (1997)- Biostratigraphy of East Thailand. In: Proc. Int. Conf. Stratigraphy and
tectonic evolution of Southeast Asia and the South Pacific, Bangkok 1997, p. 73-82.
(online at:
(Listing of 71 fossiliferous localities in E Thailand. Rel. complete Paleozoic section and possible Precambrian
metamorphic rocks. Carboniferous rare. Permian mainly large bodies of limestone, a continuation of
limestones in W Cambodia locally rich in fusulinids (Yabeina, Lepidolina). M-L Triassic coral limestones.
Widespread Jurassic- Cretaceous continental sediments)
Gerth, H. (1931)- Coelenterata. In: Onze palaeontologische kennis van Nederlandsch Oost Indie, Leidsche
Geol. Meded. 5 (K. Martin memorial volume), p. 120-151.
(Overview of coral species and occurrences Indonesia: Devonian (New Guinea), Carboniferous (Sumatra),
Permian (Timor mostly endemic solitary species), Triassic (Timor, Ceram, Misool, Sumatra), JurassicCretaceous (very rare; Sumatra only), Tertiary (rel. widespread))
Hasibuan, F. (2008)- Pre-Tertiary biostratigraphy of Indonesia. In: Proc. Int. Symp. Geoscience resources and
environments of Asian Terranes (GREAT 2008), 4th IGCP 516 and 5th APSEG, Bangkok, p. 323-325.
(Mainly on Misool Archipelago M Triassic to Cretaceous macrofossil succession)
Hasibuan, F. (2012)- Mesozoic geology and paleontology of Misool Archipelago, Eastern Indonesia. Geological
Agency, Bandung, p. 1-210.


(Extensive review of geology, paleontology (brachiopods, bivalves, ammonoids, etc.), biostratigraphy and
stratigraphy of Misool Island, and correlations with other regions)
Hasibuan, F. & Purnamaningsih (1998)- Pre-Tertiary biostratigraphy of Indonesia. In: J.L. Rau (ed.) Proc. 34th
Sess. Sess. Co-ord. Comm. Coastal Offshore Geosc. Programs E and SE Asia (CCOP), Taejon, Korea 1997, 2,
Techn. Repts, p. 40-54.
(Review of Paleozoic- Mesozoic marine macrofossil biostratigraphy of Indonesia, particularly in Misool island)
Kruizinga, P. (1931)- Cephalopoda. In: B.G. Escher et al. (eds.) De palaeontologie en stratigraphie van
Nederlandsch Oost-Indie, Leidsche Geol. Meded. 5 (K. Martin memorial volume), p. 297-389.
(Summary of state of knowledge of ammonites and belemnites in Indonesia in 1931)
Metcalfe, I., F.C.P. Spiller, B. Liu, H. Wu & K. Sashida (1999)- The Paleo-Tethys in Mainland East and
Southeast Asia: contributions from radiolarians studies. In: I. Metcalfe (ed.) Gondwana dispersion and Asian
accretion, Final Results IGCP Project 321. Balkema, Rotterdam, p. 259-281.
(Radiolarian biostratigraphy in Thailand, S China, Malaysia, etc., constrains ages of Paleotethys Ocean
opening (Devonian) and closing (Triassic))
Pannekoek, A.J. (1931)- Brachiopoda. In: B.G. Escher et al. (eds.) De palaeontologie en stratigraphie van
Nederlandsch Oost-Indie, Leidsche Geol. Meded. 5 (K. Martin memorial volume), p. 396-435.
(Summary of state of knowledge of fossil brachiopods in Indonesia in 1931)
Posthumus, O. (1931)- Plantae. In: Onze palaeontologische kennis van Nederlandsch Oost Indie, Leidsche
Geol. Meded. 5 (K. Martin memorial volume), p. 485-508.
(Listing of Permo-Carboniferous- Pleistocene fossil plant species known from Indonesia and adjacent areas)
Rothpletz, A. (1892)- Die Perm, Trias- und Jura-Formation auf Timor und Rotti im Indischen Archipel.
Palaeontographica 39, 2, p. 57-106.
('The Permian, Triassic and Jurassic formation on Timor and Roti in the Indies Archipelago'. Descriptions of
many new Permian- Jurassic macrofossils from Indonesia, mainly collected by Wichmann 1888-1889. PermianTriassic material from Ayer Mati area, SE of Kupang, W Timor, includes Permian brachiopods Spirifer,
Productus, bivalve Atomodesma, coral Zaphrentis, ammonites Arcestes and Cyclolobus persulcatus and
crinoids. From Roti some Permian fossils in mud volcano material. Also white-red thin-bedded limestones with
‘alpine’ U Triassic Monotis salinaria and Halobia spp. Also in mud volcano material 'Tethyan' Early Jurassic
ammonites Arietites spp. and Stephanoceras (Coeloceras) and M Jurassic Belemnites gerardi)
Skwarko, S.K. & G. Yusuf (1982)- Bibliography of the invertebrate macrofossils of Indonesia (with cross
references). Geol. Res. Dev. Centre, Bandung, Spec. Publ. 3, p. 1-66.
(Three lists of literature references on invertebrate fossils of Indonesia: Paleozoic (11p), Mesozoic (11p.) and
Cenozoic fossils (10p.), with cross-index tables)
Wanner, J. (1931)- Echinodermata In: B.G. Escher et al. (eds.) De palaeontologie en stratigraphie van
Nederlandsch Oost-Indie, Leidsche Geol. Meded. 5 (K. Martin memorial volume), p. 436-460.
(Listings of fossil echinodermata described from Indonesia)
Wanner, J. (1931)- Mesozoikum In: B.G. Escher et al. (eds.) De palaeontologie en stratigraphie van
Nederlandsch Oost-Indie, Leidsche Geol. Meded. 5 (K. Martin memorial volume), p. 567-609.
(Comprehensive review of distribution of Mesozoic rocks and fossils in E Indonesia, Sumatra, Borneo, etc.)


2. Quaternary, Recent fauna- microflora distribution
Adisaputra, M.K. (1985)- Paleontological analyses of the Savu and Lombok basins and Argo abyssal plain.
Proc. 14th Ann. Conv. Indon. Assoc. Geol. (IAGI), p. 205-221.
Adisaputra, M.K. (1988)- Late Quaternary calcareous nannoplankton in the surface sediment of Makasar and
Flores basin, Indonesia. Bull. Marine Geol. Inst. Indonesia 3, 1, p.25-36.
Adisaputra, M.K. (1989)- Planktonic foraminifera in recent bottom sediments of the Flores, Lombok and Savu
Basins, eastern Indonesia. Netherlands J. Sea Res. 24, 4, p. 465-475.
(Planktonic foraminiferal assemblages differ between Flores, Lombok and Savu Basins. In Flores Basin Ng.
dutertrei is dominant followed by Gr. menardii, Pulleniatina obliquiloculata, Hastigerina siphonifera and
Globigerina bulloides. Lombok and Savu Basins dominated by Gr. menardii, with Pulleniatina obliquiloculata,
Gs. ruber and Gr. tumida)
Adisaputra, M.K. (1991)- Mikrofauna dan potensi wisata perairan Benoa, Bali. J. Geol. Sumberdaya Min. 1 (2),
p. 2-6.
('Microfauna and recreational potential of the water of Benoa, Bali')
Adisaputra, M.K. (1992)- Late Neogene planktonic foraminifera of the Makasar Basin. Bull. Marine Geol. Inst.
7, 1, p. 15-21.
(Abundant planktonic foraminifera in Makassar Straits bottom samples between 42- 2300m, collected during
Snellius II expedition. Globigerinoides ruber dominant in North, Neogloboquadrina dutertrei in S part)
Adisaputra, M.K. (1997)- Foraminifera sedimen permukaa perairan Selat Bangka-Belitung. J. Geologi
Sumberdaya Min. (Bandung) 7, 70, p. 1- 10.
('Foraminifera from seafloor sediments of the Bangka- Belitung Straits')
Adisaputra, M.K. (1998)- Schlumbergerella floresiana accumulation in coastal zone of Bali and Nusatenggara,
Indonesia: implementation for tourism. Proc. 33rd Sess. Coord. Comm. Coastal and Offshore Programmes E
and SE Asia (CCOP), Shanghai 1996, p. 310-316.
('White sands' along coasts of E Bali, W Lombok, N Sumbawa and S Flores composed mainly of rounded
foraminifera Schlumbergerella floresiana (formerly also called Tinoporus, Baculogypsina, Baculogypsinoides;
HvG). Forams derived from adjacent coral reefs)
Adisaputra, M.K. (1998)- Foraminifera bentos pantai Senggigi, Lombok Barat dan asosiasinya; faktor
penunjang pariwisata. Proc. 27th Ann. Conv. Indon. Assoc. Geol. (IAGI), Yogyakarta, p. 53-65.
('Benthic foraminifera of Senggigi Beach, W Lombok, and its associations, etc.')
Adisaputra, M.K. (2000)- Recent foraminifera on the coast and offshore of East Lombok, Eastern Indonesia.
Proc. 36th Sess. Coord. Comm. Coastal and Offshore Progr. E and SE Asia (CCOP), Hanoi 1999, p. 181-200.
(Benthic foraminifera from East Lombok coast and Alas strait shallow waters down to 90m. In N and central
parts Amphistegina lessonii dominant and associated with Calcarina. In S Asterorotalia ('Rotalinoides')
gaimardii dominant, still with Amphistegina. Beach samples in N with common Schlumbergerella and
Baculogypsinoides, derived from coral reef. Planktonic foraminifera rare)
Adisaputra, M.K., M. Hendrizan & A. Kholiq (2010)- Katalog foraminifera perairan Indonesia. Pusat
Puslitbang Geologi Kelautan, Bandung, p. 1-198.
('Catalog of Foraminifera collected from Indonesian seas')
Adisaputra, M.K. & D. Rostyati (2000)- Recorded Recent foraminifera in the surface sediment of Sunda Strait
water. Proc. 29th Ann. Conv. Indon. Assoc. Geol. (IAGI), Bandung, 4, p. 117-132.
(Foraminifera from 12 seafloor samples in Sunda Straits and adjacent Indian Ocean between 52- 2180m. Rel.
common planktonic foram species Neogloboquadrina dutertrei, possibly related to rel. low salinity)

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. C. (1949). Meded.Die Gattung Galeodea Link im Tertiar von Insulinde. Mijnbouwk. ('The species Buccinulum in the Early Miocene of the island Madura') Beets. 218254. N. 13. (1947). C. p. E Kalimantan’. 200-203. (1944).Uber Puruninella permodesta (Martin) aus dem javanischen Obereozan von Nanggulan. Verhand. die Leitfossilien-Frage). (1942). but possibly Late Oligocene as suggested by Martin. (1941).Brechites venustulus. Nederl. 49 . Geol. but endemic faunas (51 new species+ 11 species already described by Martin 1933. Brachiopods are generally very rare in Tertiary of Indonesia) Beets. Leidsche Geol. Niederlandsch-Ostindien. Verhand. C. Ost-Borneo (nebst Bermerkungen uber andere Faunen von Ost-Borneo. Geol. 13.. a new articulate brachiopod genus from the Upper Oligocene of Buton (S. 11. Beets. C. 1. p. (1947).S. Geol. ('The genus Galeodea (gastropod) in the Tertiary of Indonesia') Beets. 349-355.Die gattung Buccinulum im Altmiozän der Insel Madura (O. p. (On a new species of tube-shaped pelecypod of genus Brechites from Miocene of Sarawak) Beets. 7.Note on fossil Echinoidea and Gastropoda from Sarawak and Kutei. p.1935.Weitere Verwandtschaftsbeziehungen zwischen den Oberoligocaenen Mollusken von Buton (S. 1416. C Java) Beets.W. 13. ein neuer Fund aus dem Miocan der Landschaft Serawak. Geol. Description of mollusks from asphalt beds on Buton in collections in The Netherlands. 329-333. Mijnbouw. East Borneo and from dessah Garoeng (Lamongan).S. Age of fauna uncertain. p. p.. (1943). Leidsche Geol.. C. 6p. (3) Observations on small Neogene mollusk fauna from E Kalimantan (collected by Rutten)) Beets. (‘A Late Miocene mollusk fauna from the Mangkalihat Peninsula. Ser. (On Eocene gastropod species Puruninella permodesta from Upper Eocene of Nanggulan. Gen.). N. Beets. p. Leidsche Geol. Dutch East Indies. Meded.Mollusken aus dem Tertiar des Ostindischen Archipels. p.Eine Jungmiocane Mollusken-Fauna von der Halbinsel Mangkalihat. Kol.S. Meded. 229-232. 13. Mijnbouw. Celebes) und den Neogenfaunen des Ostindischen Archipels. Borneo. 341-347. 435-443. (2) Notes on some interesting molluscs from E Indies. Mijnbouw 5. 1937). 'Oligocene' Buton mollusk faunas mostly endemic in character. n. (1943).. (1943). Looks like diverse. (1943). C (1943).-I. Kol. Geol. (in Beets 1952 believed to be younger)) Beets. ('Molluscs from the Tertiary of the East Indies Archipelago'. p. Mijnbouw. Java.s. Meded. 9. Geol. Celebes).-Mijnbouwk. Geol.. 13. (1943). C. but most similarities with Late Neogene of E Indonesia) Beets. collected by Leupold)) Beets.E. Geol. Meded. (Description of new species of terebratulid brachiopod from asphalt rocks of Buton.E. N..Beets. Geol.On Waisiuthyrina. 13. 40-42. 1-282. Mijnbouw. p. Borneo. Leidsche Geol. C.On probably Pliocene fossils from the Mahakkam Delta region.On the occurrence of Biplanispira in the uppermost Eocene (Kyet-U-Bok Band) of Burma. C. p. Nederl. 256-328. Leidsche Geol. Three short papers on molluscs from collections in The Netherlands: (1) gastropod Buccinum in E Indies. N. ('Additional relationships between the Upper Oligocene mollusks from Buton (SE Sulawesi) and the Neogene faunas of the East Indies archipelago'. (‘Contributions to the knowledge of the supposedly Oligocene-age mollusk fauna of Buton Island. C. 160 well-preserved mollusc species from one locality 114 at N side of Mangkalihat Peninsula. C.Beitrage zur Kenntnis der angeblich oberoligocanen Mollusken-Fauna der Insel Buton. 92-93. 9. C.13. Gen. Netherlands East Indies’.

(1950). Verhand. Ser. 59. p. C. Geol. Gen. p.. C. Mijnbouwk. 349-354. 15. but molluscs suggest probably Late Miocene/Tf3 age) Beets. Kalimantan (East Borneo). (1950). 1-21. (1981). (Molluscs collected by Witkamp in 1908 on N flank Kari Orang anticline 27 species are of Preangerian age (Late Miocene. (1952).On Lower Tertiary Mollusca from SW and Central Celebes. E. Mijnbouwk. Kon.Miocene (Preangerian) molluscs from Kari Orang. Meded. Scripta Geol. Verhand. Associated corals described by Felix 1921 and Gerth 1923) 50 . 59. (Three species of Neogene fossil crabs from Java and Madura) Beets. Kalimantan (E. (Incl. Leidsche Geol. 282-290.Reconsideration of the so-called Oligocene fauna in the asphaltic deposits of Buton (Malay Archipelago). Mio-Pliocene mollusca. Geol. Geol. Ser. (1950). (Mentawir Beds NE of Balikpapan originally assigned to M Miocene Tf2 (Miogypsina. p.Late Miocene Mollusca from Tapian Langsat and Gunung Batuta. Tf3). p. C. E Kalimantan. Trochocerithium gloriamaris n. Geol. E. (1950). 15. Kon. (online at: http://www. Meded. Leidsche Geol. p. Geol. northern Kutai (East Borneo). p.On probably Young Miocene fossils from the coal concession Batoe Panggal near Tenggarong (Samarinda). Gen. p. C. (1950).. p. Leidsche Geol. Beets. (1983). The low % of Recent species is because this is deep water mollusk fauna. Beets. (Mollusks from asphaltic marls of Buton previously considered Oligocene.Note on Mollusca from the Lower Mentawir Beds. 329-341. Scripta Geol. Nederl.On fossil Mollusca from the island of Mandul. (1983). Nederl.lowermost Miocene in age due but here re-interpreted as Mio-Pliocene.Pliocene Mollusca from a coral limestone of a hill near Sekurau. Kon.repository. 291-304. Ser. Beets. Borneo). C. Beets. 15. p. 15.On Quaternary mollusca from the Islands of Boenjoe and Tarakan. (online at: http://www.. 23-47. partly based on associated diatoms (Reinhold) and foraminifera (Keijzer). C. p.Beets. northern Kutai. Geol. Leiden. of which Recent representatives are poorly known) Beets. East-Borneo. 2. C. Scripta Geol.Revised determinations of East Indian and related fossil mollusca. (Mollusks from two localities around Sangkulirang Bay. Leidsche Geol. C. C.repository. 1.Miocene molluscs from Muara Kobun and Pulu Senumpah. 237-258. Sangkulirang Bay. Borneo.On fossil brachyuran crabs from the East Indies. (1950). (Two small Late Miocene mollusc assemblages from NE Kutai Basin. Balikpapan Bay area. Meded. Leidsche Geol. (1950). p. 15.sp. East Borneo. Meded. E Kalimantan) Beets. p. Eastern Borneo. C. 67. 305-318. 2.naturalis. C. Meded.. Beets. Borneo. Scripta Geol. 15.. 1-12. Beets. 67.) Beets. 15. Meded. 13-28. 241-264. (1981). Sungai Bangalun area. (1950). collected by Schmidt in 1902 and Rutten 1912 mainly gastropods of Preangerian age) Beets.On an East-Indian representative of the rare gastropod genus Trochocerithium. C.naturalis. Mijnbouwk. 265-281. p. 15. Verhand. Leidse Geol. 17. 342-348. Lepidocyclina). C. Gen.

naturalis. (1958). (1984)..Molluscan fauna of the Lower Gelingseh Beds s. First examined by K Martin in 1916: 22 species. N Kutai. suggesting mixed faunas and Miocene age) Beets. (https://www. Res. Permit 22. (online at: www. (online at: www. Thompson at Milne Bay (SE tipe of PNG mainland) probably all of Lower Miocene age (Upper Te with Spiroclypeus. Min. Scripta Geol. Res. Bur. p.Notes on Buccinulum (Gastropoda. Geol. C.J. Bur.Micropalaeontological examination of samples from the Tabu area. (1958).gov. collected by Papuan Apinaipi Petroleum Ltd. 1-2. Records 1959/99. Buccinidae). C. p. 47 m NW of Port Moresby and 10 m NE of Cape Suckling. in Late Miocene clays with limestones and Miogypsina)) 51 . Geoph. Scripta Geol. C.Micropalaeontology of samples from the Karema-Karova Creek and Malalaus-Saw Mountains areas.Pliocene age) Belford. Res. a reappraisal.naturalis. p. deep marine sediments of M Miocene. Kalimantan (East Borneo). (1986).au/products/servlet/controller?event=GEOCAT_DETAILS&catno=10228) (Micropal analysis of 26 samples from Tubu area. 74. Records 1958/94. 82. 1-4. 1-3. (Papuan Apinaipi Petroleum Co. (online at: www. 1 well.repository. Sixty species suggesting Preangerian age (Tf3) and shallow marine conditions) Beets.str.Neogene Mollusca from the Vogelkop (Bird's Head Peninsula). Tf3 (Late Miocene) age. Geoph. (1986) Min. Kalimantan Timur (East Borneo). Papua. Age determination difficult. From 640-3348' (TD) poor deep arenaceous water foram faunas only. (Tuffaceous limestones collected by J.. 35 species identified. Scripta (Molluscs collected in 1916 by BPM from Mandul Island. 49-80. 1-6. Sangulirang area.Micropalaeontology of samples from Kaufana No. D. (online at: C. C.Plio-Pleistocene' on basis of foraminifera by Scripta Geol. E Kalimantan) Beets. 49-67. Geoph. D. 82.E.Preangerian (Late Miocene) Mollusca from a hill near Sekurau. Geol. Northeastern Kalimantan (East Borneo). Some species belong to genera whose living species are restricted to Australian waters) Beets. (1986). (1959). 1-37. Permit 22. northern Kutai. p. Kalimantan Timur (East Borneo). (Molluscs fossils collected Schmidt in 1902 from hill near Sekurau. West 1-82.repository. (Compilation of investigations of molluscs collected Rutten from Late Miocene Gelingseh Beds.Lower Miocene foraminifera from the Milne Bay area. (1957). p.naturalis. 101-134. p.). Scripta Kari Orang. 82.naturalis. Miocene Lepidocyclina at 350'). 67. Geol. overlain by Pliocene coral (All rel. Records 1957/029. (online at: http://www.Preangerian (Miocene) Mollusca from the Lower Sangkulirang Marl Formation.. p.J. Geoph. (Description of molluscs collected by BPM in Klasaman Fm of West Birds Head in 1930. (https://www. D. (Molluscs collected by Rutten in Lower Sangkulirang Marls Preangerian. probably all still of Miocene age) Belford. D. Geol. not Early Miocene (Tf2) as originally interpreted) Beets. Papua. Kaufana 1 well with diverse M Miocene and younger bathyal marine calcareous forams above 600' (incl. 74. Subsequently dated as 'Late Miocene. Res.Mollusca from Preangerian deposits of Mandul island. Restudy identified 42 species. Papua. (1983).J. (online at: www. New Guinea. Bur. Lepidocyclina (E. Scripta Geol.Pliocene age) Belford. C. p. 83-100. All material M Miocene. and age 'uppermost Old Miocene' or 'Upper Miocene'. (1986). Belford... Tarakan basin. Records 1958/9.

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Sedan in sample collected by Verbeek)
Douville, H. (1923)- Sur quelques foraminiferes des Moluques orientales et de la Nouvelle Guinee. Jaarboek
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forams in samples collected by Brouwer in Halmahera (Nummulites, Discocyclina, Alveolina), Roti (large
Nummulites, Discocyclina), Seram (E Miocene Lepidocyclina in breccia with reworked angular clasts of Upper
Cretaceous pelagic limestone), New Guinea, Kai Besar (rounded fragments of Eocene Lacazina in quartz
sandstone, etc. No location info)
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Drooger, C.W. (1951)- Notes on some representatives of Miogypsinella. Proc. Kon. Nederl. Akad. Wetensch.,
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bermudezi n.sp. from Cuba with 15-19 spiral chambers)
Drooger, C.W. (1952)- Study of American Miogypsinidae. Ph.D. Thesis University of Utrecht, 80 p.
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Drooger, C.W. (1954)- Miogypsina in Northwestern Morocco. Proc. Kon. Nederl. Akad. Wetensch., B57, 5, p.
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Drooger, C.W. (1955)- Remarks on Cycloclypeus. Proc. Kon. Nederl. Akad. Wetensch. B58, p. 415-433.
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Duncan, P.M. (1864)- Note on a coral from Mount Sela in the island of Java. Quart. J. Geol. Soc. 20, p. 72-73.
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Outcrop section with M-L Eocene open marine calcareous shales and thin limestones with planktonic
foraminifera (P9-P16), smaller benthics and larger forams)
Felix, I. (1912)- Uber eine pliocane Korallenfauna aus Hollandisch Neu-Guinea. Ber. Kon. Sachs. Akad. Wiss.,
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Guinea. Additional coral species from this area described in Felix (1921, p. 60-61) paper on Borneo corals)
Felix, J. (1913)- Die fossilen Anthozoa aus der Umgegend von Trinil. Palaeontographica 60, p. 311-365.
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('Late Tertiary and Quaternary anthozoans from Timor and Obi- part 2')


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prodelta. Biotic distributions controlled primarily by salinity and pH gradients. Association of large coastal
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Fischer, P.J. (1921)- Eine Pliocanfauna von Seran (Molukken). Centralblatt f. Min. Geol. Pal. 1921, 8, p. 242251 and p. 278-286.
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Fischer, P.J. (1927)- Beitrag zur Kenntniss der Pliozanfauna der Molukkeninseln Seran und Obi. Palaontologie
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molluscs from Fufa outcrop and well near Bula, Seram. Also molluscs and foraminifera from Akalamo valley on
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from island of New Guinea)
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(Global geographic distributions of Tethyan Eocene larger foram assemblages)
Fornasiero M. (1996)- Mathematical model in benthic paleobiogeography for the Indonesian Tethyan and Posttethyan molluscs. Ann. Mus. Civ. Rovereto 11 (1995)-, p. 375-386.
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Franchino, A., E. Bellini & S. Dario (1990)- Preliminary notes on the age of Miocene limestones from South
East Java to Sumbawa- Indonesia. Bul. Geologi (ITB) 20, p.
Franchino, A., E. Robba & D. Sartorio (1991)- Remarks on the age of the limestones of southeastern Java
(Indonesia). Rivista Ital. Paleont. Stratigr. 97, 3-4, p. 629-638.
(Age of Wonosari Lst in easern Southern Mountains of SE Java with Flosculinella bontangensis (Lower Tf
larger foram stage= planktonic foram zone N8-N9 or slightly younger))
Frost, A. (1925)- Description of fish otoliths from the Tertiary formations of Atcheen, North Sumatra.
Wetensch. Meded. Dienst Mijnbouw Nederl.-Indie 2, p. 1-28.
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biostratigraphic value)
Fyan, E.C. (1916)- Some young-Pliocene ostracods of Timor. Proc. Kon. Akad. Wetensch., Amsterdam, 18, 2,
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Atambua, based on samples collected by Molengraaff Timor expedition of 1910-1912. Includes Paracypris

zealandica, Nesidea molengraaffi, N. mulleri, Loxoconcha australis, L. alata, Cytheridea (now called
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Germeraad, J.H., C.A. Hopping & J. Muller (1968)- Palynology of Tertiary sediments from tropical areas. Rev.
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Gerth, H. (1921)- Coelenterata. In: Die Fossilien von Java auf Grund einer Sammlung von Dr. R.D.M. Verbeek
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Gerth, H. (1922)- Echinodermata. In: Die Fossilien von Java auf Grund einer Sammlung von Dr. R.D.M.
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(Tertiary echinoids chapter in Martin's Fossils of Java volume from collections of Verbeek and Martin)
Gerth, H. (1923)- Die Anthozoenfauna des Jungtertiars von Borneo. Sammlungen Geol. Reichsmus. Leiden,
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52 localities in E Kalimantan and Sabah, from museum collections in Leiden, Utrecht, Basel, etc.)
Gerth, H. (1925)- Jungtertiare Korallen von Nias, Java und Borneo, nebst einer Uebersicht uber die aus dem
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(‘Late Tertiary corals from Nias, Java and Borneo, with an overview of the Cenozoic species known from the
Indies Archipelago'. Includes descriptions of corals from N Nias, Tegal residency of C Java and E Kalimantan)
Gerth, H. (1927)- Ueber einige Pliozan-Quartare Echinoiden von Timor. Palaeontologie von Timor,
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('On some Pliocene- Quaternary echinoids from Timor')
Gerth, H. (1929)- The stratigraphical distribution of the larger foraminifera in the Tertiary of Java. Proc. 4th
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(Short paper with larger foram distribution table; not much new)
Gerth, H. (1930)- Ein neues Eocaen-Vorkommen bei Djokja auf Java. Proc. Kon. Nederl. Akad. Wetensch.,
Amsterdam, 33, 4, p. 392-395.
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(‘A new Eocene locality near Yogyakarta on Java’. White limestone outcrops of Gunung Gamping, 4 km W of
Yogyakarta. Abundant Pellatispira and some Nummulites demonstrate Late Eocene age. Typical reefal
limestone with common coral, i.e. different facies from and also younger than nearby Nummulites limestone
localities of Jiwo and Nanggulan?)
Gerth, H. (1933)- Neue Beitrage zur Kenntnis der Korallenfauna des Tertiars von Java. I. Die Korallen des
Eocaen und des alteren Neogen. Dienst Mijnbouw Nederl.-Indie, Wetensch. Meded. 25, p. 1-45.
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'Cablac Limestone' of Audley Charles; HvG), associated with Aquitanian Globorotalia kugleri zone planktonic
foraminifera in interbedded shales (Eames et al. 1962))
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zones P11- P14 (M Eocene), upper part (Seputih Mb, 60m) zones P15-P19 (Late Eocene-Early Oligocene))
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Dachiardia macgregori, Plesiastrae horizontalis n.sp., Kobya hemicribriformis n.sp. from Macrossan, Fly
River area. Middle Eocene?)
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(Descriptions of Actinacis maitlandi, A. sumatraensis, Porites deshayesana, Montipora antiqua)
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Assemblages relatively diverse until E Miocene and poor in M Miocene- Pleistocene. More than 30 species,
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by Verbeek in 1874. Nine genera, including new species Auliscops sumatranus, Pseudeutropius verbeekii,
Bagarius gigas, etc. See also Von der Marck 1876, Rutimeyer 1880, Sanders 1934, Musper 1935)


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Beds at North side Lodan saddle. Grey and brown-grey clays interbedded with Lepidocyclina limestones, marls
and quartz sandstones. Molluscs 47 species, 17% Recent)
Haanstra, U. & E. Spiker (1932)- Uber jungneogene Molluskenfaunen aus den Residenzen Benkoelen und
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(‘On Late Neogene mollusk faunas from the Bengkulu and Palembang Residencies, SW Sumatra’. Molluscs
from Bengkulu area collected by Erb in 1902 along coast between Bengkulu and Krue (72 species, 36% Recent,
suggesting Late Neogene age), and from Lower Palembang Fm at Talang Akar anticline N of Talang Abab,
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Timor (Batu Putih Fm near Soe): CN12a-CN14b, Late Pliocene- Pleistocene, (3) Yamdena (Tanimbar Islands):
Pliocene Batimafudi and Batilembuti Fms; NN5- NN15M Miocene- Pliocene, and Tungustuban Fm sand-shale
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boundary recognized by last occurrence of Discoaster saipanensis, Discoaster barbadiensis and Cribrocentrum
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Cyclicargolithus floridanus and Reticulofenestra bisecta)

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(Paleogene of Loh Ulo mainly olistostromes with mudstones and scaly clays with exotic blocks. Lower part
(Karangsambung Fm) with late M Eocene NP16-NP17 and reworked Upper Cretaceous nannofossils; upper
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(Tropical Paleocene (P1-P7) planktonic foram assemblages from lower bathyal calcareous mudstones in highly
folded ‘Port Moresby Beds’. No stratigraphic section, limited geologic context)
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p. 219-228.
(Rock fragments dredged from four stations: E Eocene upper bathyal biomicrite from Trobriand Platform; Lt
Oligocene-E Miocene neritic limestones off Trobriand Platform and inner wall New Britain Trench; Miocene
bathyal sediments from Trobriand Platform; similar Pliocene from inner wall New Britain Trench and central
part Solomon Sea Basin. No reworked pre-Tertiary foraminifera)
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(Planktonic and benthonic foraminifera from zone N18 in the siliciclastic Orubadi Beds of Papuan Foreland
Basin. Type section > 2000 m thick and includes two mid bathyal- inner neritic shallowing upward sequences,
Orubadi Beds and underlying Puri Lst (pelagic middle bathyal base of sequence) belong to N17B and N18. No
reworking in foraminiferal assemblages, although reworked nannofossils and dinoflagellates flood mudfraction of sediment, suggesting extensive sediment plumes clouded surface waters of foreland basin)
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Discocyclina, Asterocyclina, Nummulites (but no Pellatispira as reported by Chapman and Crespin, 1935).
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(Modern larger foram facies distribution and Philippines Miocene comparison)


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Pellatispira reticularis and Acervulina linearis and resembles Eocene fauna of Palau island)
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Underlying Lutetian friable rock with Nummulites boninensis n.sp. in lower half, Aktinocyclina predominant in
upper half, Alveolina javanus var. and Eorupertia boninensis persist throughout Lutetian)
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Flosculinella-bearing limestones)
Mohler, W.A. (1949)- Das Alter des Eozan-Kalkes von Gunung Gamping westlich Djokjakarta, Java. Eclogae
Geol. Helv. 42, p. 519-521.
(‘The age of the Eocene limestone of Gunung Gamping W of Yogyakarta, Java’. Limestone of Gamping outcrop
W of Yogya is Upper, rather than Lower Eocene and represents reef deposit formed at same time as Nanggulan
limestones farther W (already identified as Late Eocene Pellatispira limestone by Gerth 1930; HvG))
Mohler, W.A. (1949)- Flosculinella reicheli n.sp. aus dem Tertiar e5 von Borneo. Eclogae Geol. Helv. 42, 2, p.
(Flosculinella reicheli, a new species of globular flosculinellid from foram-rich marl of Te5/Burdigalian age, in
Hajup rubber plantation N of Tanjung, Hulu-Sungei area, N Barito basin, E Kalimantan)
Morgenroth, P., A.T. Rahardjo & K.A. Maryunani (2000)- Dinoflagellate cysts- an alternative stratigraphic tool
in marine Tertiary strata in Indonesia. Proc. 29th Ann. Conv. Indon. Assoc. Geol. (IAGI), Bandung, 4, p. 99108.
Morgenroth, P., A.T. Rahardjo & K. Anwar Maruyani (2008)- Dinoflagellate cysts from Miocene outcrops on
Java island, Indonesia. Palaeontographica, B 278, 4-6, p. 111-137.
(Dinoflagellate cysts in three Miocene surface sections in West and C Java: Cipimangkis River near Jatiluhur
(Late Miocene Cisubuh Fm), Kali Jaya NNE of Kebumen (around E-M Miocene boundary) and Cijarian River
along Bogor- Pelabuhan Ratu road (M Miocene Cimandiri Fm). Most samples common dinoflagellate cysts. 29

species, 15 new, from genera Achomosphaera, Dilabidinium, Edwardsiella, Hystrichosphaeropsis, Javadinium,
Lejeunecysta, Operculodinium, Spiniferites, etc.)
Morgenroth, P., A.T. Rahardjo & K. Anwar Maruyani (2011)- Dinoflagellate cysts from two Oligocene surface
sections on Java island, Indonesia. Palaeontographica, B 284, 4-6, p.125-157.
(Two Oligocene surface sections studied in W Java, Batuasih Fm near Cibadak and equivalent section near
Padalarang, both marine claystones overlain by Rajamandala Fm limestones. Foraminifera and nannoplankton
date Batuasih section around Early-Late Oligocene boundary. Dinoflagellate cysts in phosphatic nodules
heavily affected by thermal metamorphism. Padalarang section planktonic foraminifera indicative of zones
P20-P21, also around Early- Late Oligocene boundary. Dinoflagellate cysts may indicate slightly younger age
than Batuasih. Twenty-six dinoflagellate species found, including three new species)
Morley, R.J. (1977)- Palynology of Tertiary and Quaternary sediments in Southeast Asia. Proc. 6th Ann. Conv.
Indon. Petrol. Assoc. 1, p. 255-276.
(Up to eight palynozones in Oligocene- Quaternary, mainly based on evolution of Florschuetzia species of
mangrove pollen, building on Germeraad et al. 1968 work)
Morley, R.J. (1981)- Development and vegetation dynamics of a lowland ombrogenous peat swamp in
Kalimantan Tengah, Indonesia. J. Biogeography 8, p. 383-404.
Morley, R.J. (1982)- A palaeoecological interpretation of a 10,000 year pollen record from Danau Padang,
Central Sumatra, Indonesia. J. Biogeography 9, p. 151-190.
Morley, R.J. (1982)- Fossil pollen attributable to Alangium Lamarck (Alangiaceae) from the Tertiary of
Malesia. Rev. Palaeobot. Palynology 36, p. 65-94.
(On four pollen-morphological evolutionary trends and Eocene-Pliocene fossil record of genus Alangium, a
flowering plant, in SE Asia)
Morley, R.J. (1991)- Tertiary stratigraphic palynology in Southeast Asia: current status and new directions.
Geol. Soc. Malaysia Bull. 28, p. 1-36.
(Palynology is only biostratigraphic tool for correlation of non-marine sediments and correlation across facies.
Age-restricted palynomorphs are relatively few, so in Tertiary application of palynology is mainly in
correlation rather than dating. Higher resolution requires quantitative palynological zonation schemes)
Morley, R.J. (1996)- Biostratigraphic characterization of systems tracts in Tertiary sedimentary basins. In: C.A.
Caughey et al. (eds.) Proc. Int. Symposium on sequence stratigraphy in SE Asia, Jakarta 1995, Indon. Petrol.
Assoc., p. 49-70.
(On palynomorph distribution patterns in sequences/ systems tracts)
Morley, R.J. (1998)- Palynological evidence for Tertiary plant dispersals in the SE Asian region in relation to
plate tectonics and climate. In: R. Hall & J.D. Holloway (eds.) Biogeography and geological evolution of SE
Asia, Backhuys Publ., Leiden, p. 211-234.
(online at;
(Tertiary plant dispersals reflect tectonic and climatic evolution of SE Asia. Sunda Eocene flora stretched as far
East as S arm of Sulawesi, and after Makassar Straits opening, part of this flora became stranded E of Wallace
Line. Small number of plant taxa dispersed W across Wallace line since Miocene, at 17 Ma, 14, 9.5, 3.5 and ~1
Ma. Much of Sunda region moisture deficient in Oligocene- earliest Miocene, ever-wet rainforest becoming
widespread at ~20 Ma, after which they repeatedly expanded and contracted. Greatest extent of rainforest at
beginning of M Miocene. Quaternary 'glacial' periods with low sea levels and more seasonal climates, leading
to more pine forests and savannah. New Guinea mountains formed in M Miocene allowing dispersal of
Gondwana taxa from S. Some, like Podocarpus imbricatus, Phyllocladus subsequently dispersed into SE Asia)
Morley, R.J. (2000)- Tertiary history of the Malesian flora: a palynological perspective. In: L.G. Saw et al.
(eds.) Taxonomy: the cornerstone of biodiversity, Forest Research Inst. Malaysia, Kepong, p. 197-210.

Morley, R.J. (2000)- Origin and evolution of tropical rain forests. Wiley, London, p. 1-362.
(Incl. SE Asia chapter describing Cenozoic vegetation response to plate tectonic evolution, as reflected in
Indonesia palynology records. In M Eocene SW Sulawesi has Laurasian flora, and was attached to E
Kalimantan. Makassar Straits became floral-faunal migration barrier in Late Eocene. First Australian- New
Guinea floral elements (Casuarina, etc.) start appearing in W Java Sea around 22-21 Ma)
Morley, R.J. (2002)- Tertiary vegetation history of SE Asia, with emphasis on biogeographical relationships
with Australia. In: P. Kershaw et al. (eds.) Bridging Wallace’s Line: the environmental and cultural history of
the SE Asian- Australian region. Advances in Geoecol. 34, p. 2-28.
Morley, R.J. (2003)- Interplate dispersal paths for megathermal angiosperms. In: Perspectives in plant ecology,
evolution and systematics 6, Urban & Fischer Verlag, p. 5-20.
(Review of dispersal of megathermal angiosperms between tectonic plates in Cretaceous and Tertiary. Early
Cretaceou s radiation of angiosperms unrelated to formation of Tethys. Nine dispersal routes, some tied to Late
Cretaceous- E Tertiary Gondwana break-up and routes formed since M Eocene phases of plate collision)
Morley, R.J. (2007)- Cretaceous and Tertiary climate change and the past distribution of megathermal
rainforests. In: M.B. Bush & J. R. Flenley (eds.) Tropical rainforest responses to climatic change, Chapter 1,
Springer-Praxis, p. 1-31.
Morley, R.J. (2011)- Dispersal and paleoecology of tropical Podocarps. Smithsonian Contr. Botany 95, p. 2141.
(online at:
(Tropical Podocarpaceae family appeared in Triassic of Gondwana and essentially remained southern family.
Podocarpus s.l. dispersed into SE Asia in Late Eocene, explained by dispersal from India and possibly multiple
dispersal events from Australia. Dacrydium reached SE Asia in E Oligocene and expanded range to Japan
during M Miocene climatic optimum. Dacrycarpus and Phyllocladus dispersed into New Guinea as island
emerged in Late Miocene, then island hopped to Borneo in M Pliocene. Dacrycarpus reached Sumatra and
Malay Peninsula in Pleistocene)
Morley, R.J. (2012)- A review of the Cenozoic palaeoclimate history of Southeast Asia. In: D. J. Gower et al.
(eds.) Biotic evolution and environmental change in Southeast Asia, The Systematics Association, Cambridge
University Press, p. 79-114.
(Summary of Cenozoic climatic and environmental history of Sunda region, from Sulawesi to S Vietnam, based
on palynological record, occurrence of coals (form only during periods of everwet climate) and palaeosols)
Morley, R.J. (2013)- Cenozoic ecological history of Southeast Asian peat mires based on comparison of coals
with present day and Late Quaternary peats. J. Limnology 72, 2s, p. 36-59.
(online at:
Morley, R.J., J. Decker, H.P. Morley & S. Smith (2006)- Development of high resolution biostratigraphic
framework for Kutei Basin. Proc. Int. IPA Geosci. Conf. Exh., Jakarta 2006, PG 27, 6 p.
(28 sequences identified in M Miocene- Pleistocene of Makassar Straits)
Morley, R.J. & J.R. Flenley (1987)- Late Cainozoic vegetational and environmental changes in the Malay
Archipelago. In: T.C. Whitmore (ed.) Biogeographic evolution of the Malay Archipelago, Oxford Mon.
Biogeogr. 4, Clarendon Press, Oxford, p. 50-59.
Morley, R.J., E.B. Lelono, L. Nugrahaningsih & Nur Hasjim (2000)- LEMIGAS Tertiary palynology project:
aims, progress and preliminary results from the Middle Eocene to Pliocene of Sumatra and Java. Geol. Res.
Dev. Centre, Paleontol. Ser. 10, Bandung, p. 27-47.
(Summary of palynology work in Java (Eocene of Nanggulan and Bayah), Sumatra (E Oligocene Pematang Fm,
Late Oligocene Talang Akar Fm, E Miocene Gumai Fm, M Miocene Air Benakat Fm)

Morley, R.J. & H.P. Morley (2011)- Neogene climate history of the Makassar Straits, Indonesia. In: R. Hall,
M.A. Cottam & M.E.J. Wilson (eds.) The SE Asian gateway: history and tectonics of Australia-Asia collision,
Geol. Soc. London, Spec. Publ. 355, p. 319-332.
(Neogene climate history of Makassar Straits from palynological studies of Late Quaternary cores from ocean
floor and petroleum exploration wells penetrating E Pleistocene- M Miocene section. Distinctly seasonal
climate during last glacial maximum. Equatorial climate has been everwet since M Miocene, but at
subequatorial latitudes seasonal climates became established from Late Pliocene onward)
Morley, R.J. & H.P. Morley (2013)- Mid Cenozoic freshwater wetlands of the Sunda region. J. Limnology 72,
2s, p. 18-35.
(online at:
(On development widespread rift lake systems in Oligocene of SE Asia and eventual demise of these lakes
following marine transgression. Pollen and spores content illustrate variety of fresh and brackish water swamp
communities around their margins)
Morley, R.J., H.P. Morley, A.A.H. Wonders, Sukarno & S. van der Kaars (2004)- Biostratigraphy of modern
(Holocene and Late Pleistocene) sediment cores from Makassar Straits. In: R.A. Noble et al. (eds.) Proc.
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(Palynology and foraminifera from two shallow Late Pleistocene- Holocene cores from Makassar Straits and
offshore SW Sulawesi)
Morley, R.J., H.P. Morley & P. Restrepo-Pace (2003)- Unravelling the tectonically controlled stratigraphy of
the West Natuna Basin by means of palaeo-derived Mid-Tertiary climate changes. Proc. 29th Ann. Conv. Indon.
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(15 climate cycles interpreted from Late Eocene- M Miocene. Arang Fm climate cycles reflect mainly very wet
climates, but with cool lowstand phases, and warm climate highstands. Barat, Udang and Gabus cycles
characterized by cool and dry lowstands and warm and slightly wetter highstands. Belut Group cycles trend
from drier to wetter with little temperature change)
Morley, R.J., T. Swiecicki & D.T.T. Pham (2011)- A sequence stratigraphic framework for the Sunda region,
based on integration of biostratigraphic lithological and seismic data from Nam Con Son Basin, Vietnam. Proc.
35th Ann. Conv. Indon. Petrol. Assoc., Jakarta, IPA11-G-002, 22 p.
(Stratigraphic successions in Pattani, Malay, Penyu, W Natuna and Nam Com Son Basins many common
features: Late Eocene- E Oligocene synrift followed by Late Oligocene and younger post-rift deposition. E-M
Miocene variable degrees of inversion and also extension in Nam Con Son Basin, followed by Late Miocene
and Plio-Pleistocene regional subsidence. Sequences closely parallel sequence biostratigraphic frameworks of
W Natuna and Malay basins)
Morris, S.F. & J.S.H. Collins (1991)- Neogene crabs from Brunei, Sabah and Sarawak. Bull. British Mus. Nat.
Hist. (Geology), 47, p. 1-33.
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(Descriptions of Mio-Pliocene crab fossils from NW Borneo. Abnormally high proportion of leucosiids)
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(New biostrat data from Cretaceous- Miocene of various parts of Kalimantan)
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De Ingen. in Nederl. 5. Natuurk.sp. p. II Fortzetsung und Schlusz. 109-123. 39. 113-126.sp.Zur Kenntnis der Miogypsiniden.Note on Miogypsina kotoi Hanzawa.. Kon.Tan Sin Hok (1935). 173-179. De Ingen. Possibly close to Lep.Zur Kenntnis der Miogypsiniden. No figures or data) Tan Sin Hok (1936). in Nederl. bifida) Tan Sin Hok (1936). eine polylepidine Orbitoide von Zentral Borneo. eine neue Polylepidina von Zentral Borneo. 8. (Mainly a critical review of Barker & Grimsdale 1936 paper on American lepidocyclinids. Mijnbouw 15. in Nederl. M. 3..First continuation'. 12. ('On the different paleontological criteria for the subdivision of the Tertiary') Tan Sin Hok (1937).Indie (IV. p. p. (“Lepidocyclina zeylmansi. boetonensis from Eocene(?) of Buton) Tan Sin Hok (1936). p. 3. Proc. (online at website Koninklijk Instituut voor de Tropen ) ('On the knowledge of the Miogypsinids. Mijnbouw en Geologie). Nederl. 2.Die peri-embryonalen Aquatorialkammern bei einigen Orbitoiden. ecuadorensis.Over verschillende paleontologische criteria voor de geleding van het Tertiair. ('Lepidocyclina zeylmansi n. Tijdschr. M. (General discussion of initial chamber morphologies in Cretaceous and Tertiary orbitoidal foraminifera) Tan Sin Hok (1936). Discussion of more 'obscure' Miogypsian species and details of chamber patterns and stolons) Tan Sin Hok (1936). p. De Ingen. tributary of Mahakam River.with remarks on the various origins of the Lepidocyclinids'. Nederl. New.-lndie (IV). No illustrations) Tan Sin Hok (1936). sp.Bemerkungen uber die Cycloclypeen von Sipoera (Mentawai-Inseln). in Nederl. 173-179. (‘Remarks on Cycloclypeus from Sipura. in Nederl. ('On the knowledge of the Miogypsinids. Geol. with remarks on various classifications of the lepidocyclinids’. Miogypsinids probably evolved from Rotalia. 3. De Ingen. 3. 990-999. De Ingen. 3-32. p. (Discussion of value of various larger foram genera for biostratigraphic subdivision of the Tertiary) Tan Sin Hok (1936). in Nederl. a new Polylepidina from Central Borneo. primitive species of Lepidocyclina from Eocene in Tjihan River.Zur Kenntnis der Lepidocycliniden. 7-15.Lepidocyclina zeylmansi n. 3. lndie (IV). Five types/ stages: M. from tributary of Mahakam River. First of series of five papers on miogypsinid evolution and species in Indonesia. 2. (‘On the knowledge of Miogypsinids’. 9. Wetensch. First (and only?) record of Eocene lepidocyclinid from Indonesia) Tan Sin Hok (1936). p. p. nebst Bemerkungen uber die verschiedenen Entstehungsweisen der Lepidocyclinen. p. p. 1. p.Over verschillende paleontologische criteria voor de geleding van het Tertiair. in Nederl.Zur Kenntnis der Miogypsiniden. in Nederl. De Ingen.-Indie 96. M. I Fortzetsung.-lndie (IV). 134 . 3. Mentawai Islands’) Tan Sin Hok (1936). 1.Lepidocyclina zeijlmansi nov. 57-58. in Nederl. a polylepinid orbitoid from Central Borneo. 7-14. E Borneo) Tan Sin Hok (1936).Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Lepidocycliniden. De Ingen. 3. indonesiensis and M. 7.Second continuation and end'. Discussion of growth patterns of miogypsinid and other larger forams and remarks on stratigraphic distribution and interregional correlations. 84-98. 3.-lndie (IV).-lndie (IV).-lndie ( IV) 3. Akad. 45-61. C Kalimantan. borneensis. De Ingen. p. (First Polylepidina-type Lepidocyclina from the Indo-Pacific. complanata.. 4.-lndie (IV). nebst Bemerkungen uber die verschiedenen Einteilungsweisen der Lepidocyclinen. 235-280. De Ingen.-lndie (IV).

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