RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SEQUENCE STRATIGRAPHY AND RELATIVE SEA-LEVEL CHANGES

Jamaluddin ., Romuald Sohores, Muhammad Fawzy Ismullah

Abstract


The continuous sea-level rise will result in conditions where the level of
accommodation space is greater than that of sediment supply produced under
transgression conditions. When the sea level reaches its maximum point, the
sedimentation rate will exceed the sea level rise and aggrades becomes more
dominant progradation will result in new Highstand System Tract (HST) condition. Keyword: Accommodation, Sea level changes, Sedimentation, Sequence, Stratigraphy

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