Geology and palaeontology of Southeast Asia by Teiichi Kobayashi

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  • Southeast Asia.

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  • Geology -- Southeast Asia,
  • Paleontology -- Southeast Asia

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Statementcompiled and edited by Teiichi Kobayashi and Ryuzo Toriyama.
ContributionsToriyama, Ryūzō, 1914-, Hashimoto, Wataru, 1911-
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LC ClassificationsQE289 .K6
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Paginationv. <4-8, 11-19, 22-25 >
Number of Pages25
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Open LibraryOL5261603M
LC Control Number75374992

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The plate tectonics of Cenozoic SE Asia and the distribution of land and sea PDF Robert Hall SE Asia Research Group, Royal Holloway University of London, UK. The older continental part of Southeast Asia is a composite of four tectonic blocks (Sibumasu, Manabor, Indochina and South China Blocks) which have had independent pre-Triassic histories.

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