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Mechanism of Sedimentary Basin Formation

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Mechanism of Sedimentary Basin Formation
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535111931
Number of pages: 304

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This book is devoted to the mechanisms of sedimentary basin formation on active plate margins, which show enormous diversity reflecting complex tectonic processes. Multidisciplinary approach pursuing basin-forming mechanism is based on geology, sedimentology, geochronology and geophysics.

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