Berita Sedimentologi No. 27 on Sumatra can be downloaded from the link below:
Berita Sedimentologi No. 27 on Sumatra
Articles included in this edition of Berita Sedimentologi are as follow:
- Review of the Palaeozoic Stratigraphy of the Langkawi Islands, Malaysia by Lee Chai Peng
- Late Syn-Rift Turbidite Systems in the North Sumatra Basin by Lawrence D. Meckel, III
- Report on A Field Trip to the Syn-Rift Petroleum System of Central Sumatera by Andrew Carnell et al.
- Two student articles on Economic vs Fractured Basement: A Case Study from North Sumatra Basin by Ignatius Primadi and Depositional Environment Analysis of Kali Banyumeneng, Mranggen, Kabupaten Demak by Samuel R.N. Simorangkir et al.
We hope the publication will be useful to all our readers and if you have any comments, please contact the editorial team.
Berita Sedimentologi #26, Indonesian Journal of Sedimentary Geology
Berita Sedimentologi, the Indonesian Journal of Sedimentary geology No. 26 include the following articles:
- Cenozoic Stratigraphy of the East Java Forearc
- A Case Study on Using Nannofossil Zones to Subdivide Mundu and Paciran Sequences in the MDA Field, East Java Basin, Indonesia
- Mineral Composition of Eocene and Miocene Sandstones in Java Island: A short note
- Brief History of GeoPangea Research Group – UPN “Veteran” Yogyakarta
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Berita Sedimentologi, the Indonesian Journal of Sedimentary Geology No. 25 includes teh following articles:
- Bali-Lombok Gap: A distinct bio-geologic border of the Wallace’s line
- Tectoic models of the Lesser Sunda Islands
- Seismic expression of tectonic featrues in the Lesser Sunda Island vicinity
- New look at the origin of the Sumba Terrane
- Short communication: No Jurassic sediments on Sumba Island?
- Short note: Sedimentology of Bali touristic locations: Tanah Lot and Uluwatu
- Short note: well rounded Kuta and Tanjung Aan Lombok beach sand
- Volcano tourism of Mt. Rinjani in west Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia
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Berita Sedimentologi, the Indonesian Journal of Sedimentary Geology No. 24 includes the following articels:
- Banda Arc Permian-Jurassic Paleogegraphy – Tim Charlton
- Mud vocano in Southeast Maluku – Yahdi Zaim et al.
- Deep crustal seismic of Arafura Sea – James Granath et al.
- Sorong fault zone kinematics – Putri Radiani et al.
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Indonesian Journal of Sedimentary Geology
Berita Sedimentologi No. 23 - March 2012
Berita Sedimentologi No. 23 is now available for download. This BS issue contains articles on Seram, Banda and northern Papua. The articles include:
- Tectonic and regional Structure of Seram & the Banda Arc – K. C. Hill
- Origin of the Banda Arcs Collisional Orogen and the Banda Sea – A.H. Satyana
- Seismic Expression of Geological features in Seram Sea : Seram Trough, Missol-Onin Ridge and Sedimentary Basins – H. Darman & P. Reemst
- Middle Jurassic ammonites from the Cenderawasih Bay coast and North Lengguru foldbelt, West Papua: implications of a ‘forgotten’ 1913 paper – J.T. (Han) van Gorsel
- Interplay between submarine depositional processes and Recent tectonics in the Biak Basin, Western Papua, Eastern Indonesia –C. Bertoni & J. Álvarez
- Seismic to Geological Modeling Workflow, an Integrated Approach to determine the Reservoir Quality of a Fractured Limestone Reservoir – A.K. Lopulisa et al.
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Berita Sedimentologi editors are looking for contribution on articles related to Seram Sea and vicinity (e.g. Misool Island, Seram Island, Bintuni Bay, Bird Head, Papua). The deadlines are as follow:
- Title submission: 10 January 2012
- Article submission: 10 February 2012
- Bulletin issuance: 10 March 2012
Instruction to authors:
- Text should be sent to the editors electronically in MS Word, or text format
- Pictures are expected in JPG format, 300 dpi resolution
- Tables are in JPG or MS Excel format
For any other question, please contact Berita Sedimentologi editors.
Berita Sedimentologi #22 is issued in October 2011. The theme of this edition is Sulawesi. The contents of this edition include:
- Seismic Expression of North Sulawesi Subduction Zone
- A Short Note on Sedimentary Rocks of the Barru Area, South Sulawesi
- Structural Styles of the West Sulawesi Deep-Water Fold and Thrust Belt, Makassar Straits, Indonesia
- Tectono-stratigraphic Evolution of Western Gorontalo Bay, Indonesia
- Sulawesi Sedimentology Literature: A BRIEF REVIEW
- Department of Geology HASANUDDIN UNIVERSITY (UNHAS), Makassar City, Indonesia
- An Overview of the Paleomorphology and Paleogeography of Tortonian–Messinian Carbonates in the Almería-Níjar Basin, Southern Spain
“Berita Sedimentologi” or Sedimentological News, is the official bulletin of the Indonesian Sedimentologists Forum (FOSI).
Berita Sedimentologi #20, 1/2011, February
In February 2011, Berita Sedimentologi #20 has been issued.
The articles included in the bulletin are as follow:
- First Evidence of Miocene Avian Tracks from Sumatra
by Yahdi Zaim, Yan Rizal, Gregg F. Gunnell, Thomas A. Stidham, Russell L. Ciochon
- Outcrops Conservation of Tanjung Baru or Lower Talang Akar Formation, Baturaja City of Palembang Area – South Sumatra Basin: How important? by Premonowati
- Half-day visit to Solok-Sawahlunto Area, Ombilin Basin: A Short Observation on Non-Marine Depositional Sequences by RM. Iman Argakoesoemah and Didit Ariady Firmansyah
- Seismic Expression of Some Geological Features of Andaman-Offshore West Sumatra Subduction Zone by Herman Darman
- Tectono-stratigraphic evolution of the Simeulue forearc basin, NW Sumatra by Edyta Frankowicz
- Book Review: Sumatra: Geology, Resources and Tectonic Evolution by Fatrial Bahesti
A new start for FOSI, the Indonesian Sedimentologists Forum, in 2011 will include the utilisation of online social-professional medium such as LinkedIn to help maintain membership database. We have created a group called FOSI in the LinkedIn website, in which we will use to keep the member list and to contact them in the future. LinkedIn also have dicussion facility, which will be useful for FOSI members to communicate to each other.
There are 114 members to date and they are located in different countries across the world. FOSI’s members also have various background but mostly are geologist or geophysicist and some are highly experienced specialists. There are students in the group, too!
We encourage anyone whose interest in sedimentology, sedimentary geology or basin analysis to join FOSI through LinkedIn. If you don’t have a LinkedIn account yet, get one for yourself, it’s FREE of charge. Joining FOSI is also FREE….
So, come onboard! Visit http://www.linkedin.com/groups?mostPopular=&gid=3304522