Bulletin : VOLUME NO. 43 - DEC 1999

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Bulletin of the Geological Society of Malaysia

Volume 43 December 1999

Edited by G.H. Teh

This voluminous GEOSEA `98 Proceedings is 698 pages thick, and contains 67 papers out of the 156 that were presented at Ninth Regional Congress on Geology, Mineral and Energy Resources of Southeast Asia, which was held on the 17th - 19th August 1998 at Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.
This volume contains 2 papers from the Plenary Session, 12 on Regional Tectonics, 3 on Geoscience Education, 6 on Engineering Geology, 7 on Mineral Resources, 7 on Environmental Geology, 7 on Petroleum Geology, 13 on General Geology, 4 from the Poster Session, 4 from the IGCP-383 Symposium and 2 from the IGCP-350 Symposium. The Society is indeed grateful to the many authors for their worthy contributions to this Proceedings.

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1 Demand and supply for geoscientists in Southeast Asia for the 21st Century
2 Environmental well-being: the contribution of geoscience
3 Mesozoic mélange formation in Indonesia - with special reference to Jurassic mélange of Japan
4 Regional geological correlation of Paleogene sedimentary rocks between Sabah and Sarawak, Malaysia
5 The Banda Sea: continental collision at the eastern end of Tethys
6 Geochemistry and K/Ar results of the Mesozoic-Cenozoic plutonic and volcanic rocks from the Meratus Range, South Kalimantan
7 Tectonic development of Central Thailand: new evidences from airborne geophysical data
8 Geochemistry of arc volcanic rocks in Central Luzon, Philippines
9 Subic Bay fault zone: its role in the geologic history of the Zambales Ophiolite Complex, Philippines
10 The Triassic system of Thailand: implication on geotectonic evolution of Southeast Asia
11 The effect of collision of the Banggai-Sula microcontinent to the tectonic development in Central Indonesian region
12 Provenance and tectonic setting of deposition of metagreywackes in the Nan River Suture, Northern Thailand
13 The Palaeo-Tethys in East Asia
14 Implications of the Bok Bak Fault movements on the structure and lithostratigraphy of the Pokok Sena area
15 Geoscience education in the 21st Century: directions of higher education in Thailand
16 Training geophysicists for industry: a Malaysian perspective
17 Geoscience education in Lao PDR
18 Engineering geology and earthwork problem associated with highway construction in soft soil at Sg. Rasau, Dengkil, Selangor
19 Study of mass movements along Kundasang Road, Sabah
20 Application of shallow seismic reflection in geoenvironment and geoengineering mapping
21 The use of geoelectrical imaging surveys for the delineation of different subsurface geological and man-made features
22 Volcanic hazard mapping in Indonesia
23 The use of electrical and seismic methods for imaging shallow subsurface structure of limestone at Batu Cave, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
24 Holocene peat accumulation in a tropical intermontane mire system, Tasik Bera, West Malaysia: implication for coal formation
25 Gold deposit in the Cikidang area, West Java, Indonesia
26 Some advances in understanding and application of stream sediment geochemistry to mineral exploration in SE Asia
27 Jurassic coal in Western Australia and its depositional environment
28 Non-marine heavy-mineral placers in the Gulf of Thailand
29 EPMA characterisation and geochemistry of gold deposits of Peninsular Malaysia- genetic implications
30 A study of fluid inclusions at the Cikotok Gold Mine, West Java, Indonesia
31 Release of metals during oxidation of pyrite from marine sediments in Malaysia
32 Environmental geology in urban development
33 The use of the environmental isotope caesium-137 as a tracer for soil erosion study
34 Distribution of the Gunungsewu karstic aquifers based on fractal analysis – case study: Semanu and surrounding area, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
35 Hydrogeology of the Gunungsewu karstic area, Central Java, Indonesia: a conceptual model
36 Isotope hydrological study of Pulau Langkawi, Malaysia
37 Groundwater resources in Johor, Malaysia: resource potential and information management
38 Chasing channel sands in South East Asia
39 Delineation of reservoir sand quality by integrating leading edge technology well log data and calibrating to core data
40 Modern morphology - ancient analogue: insights into deep water sedimentation on the active tectonic margin of west Sabah
41 A computer simulation model facies-3D for the reconstruction of the carbonate sedimentary process
42 Tertiary tectonic model of North-West Borneo
43 Evidence to support near-steady flows (?) in an alluvial sandy system: the plateau formation Bako National Park, Sarawak
44 Baram field - the 3D marine re-processing challenge
45 Important discovery of late Early Permian limestone in southern Terengganu, Peninsular Malaysia
46 The Carboniferous of East Thailand - new information from microfossils
47 Middle Carboniferous cephalopods from Loei area, northern Thailand
48 Towards a Southeast Asian Network for a Geologic Information System (SANGIS)
49 Geophysical measurements for archaeological investigation: case studies in Malaysia
50 Significance of Early Jurassic Radiolaria from West Sarawak, Malaysia
51 A new evidence of a higher Quaternary sea-level in Langkawi Islands
52 Rare Earth Element patterns in some granitic rocks of Peninsular Malaysia
53 Deep-sea foraminiferal distribution of the central and eastern portions of the South China Sea
54 Magnetic and gravity fields in southern Zambales: implications on the evolution of the Zambales Ophiolite Complex, Luzon, Philippines
55 Paleontology and magnetostratigraphy of the Eocene Krabi basin (Southern Thailand)
56 Early Quaternary global terrestrial impact of a whole comet in the Australasian tektite field, newest apparent evidences discovery from Thailand and East Asia
57 Use of ceramic sherds for stratigraphic and process interpretations of recent coastal deposits in Malaysia
58 Accumulation and diagenesis of Tertiary coals in some marginal areas of the Asian continent
59 The prediction of engineering properties of soils by geophysical exploration method: laboratory ultrasonic and field seismic refraction tests at Khon Kaen, Thailand
60 Some Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous radiolarian faunas from the Pedawan Formation, Sarawak
61 Petrographic features of oil-prone coals from the Brunei-Muara District, Negara Brunei Darussalam
62 Sinistral displacement along the northern extension of the Tancheng-Lujiang fault zone and compression along the northern border zone of the Sino-Korean platform
63 Landslide hazard zonation of Khorshrostam area, Iran
64 Review of active faults and seismicity in Thailand
65 Geophysical contributions to the COASTPLAN project, Lae area, Papua New Guinea, 1998
66 Achievements of IGCP 350 \"Cretaceous Environmental Change in East and South Asia\": summary
67 Changes of the terrestrial vegetation at the end of Late Cretaceous (Amur-Zeya Basin, Russian Far East)