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Between 45 and 25 Ma the Philippines-Halmahera Arc remained at approximately the same latitude above a north-dipping subduction zone north of Australia. At ca. 25 Ma (Fig. 5) there was the most important Cenozoic change in plate boundaries in the region. Arc-continent collision between the East Philippines–Halmahera Arc and the New Guinea margin terminated northward subduction of oceanic lithosphere north of Australia, and a major left-lateral strike-slip boundary developed in northern New Guinea.
1997, A seismic study of lithospheric flexure in the vicinity of Tenerife, Canary Islands: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 146, p. 1016/S0012-821X(96)00249-X. MANUSCRIPT ACCEPTED BY THE SOCIETY 24 APRIL 2007 Printed in the USA The Geological Society of America Special Paper 436 2008 Cenozoic arc processes in Indonesia: Identification of the key influences on the stratigraphic record in active volcanic arcs Robert Hall Helen R. Smyth SE Asia Research Group, Department of Geology, Royal Holloway University of London, Egham, Surrey, TW20 0EX, UK ABSTRACT The Indonesian region includes several volcanic island arcs that are highly active at the present day, and also contains a record of Cenozoic volcanic activity owing to subduction of oceanic lithosphere at the margins of SE Asia.
5). Following Australian continental collision in east Indonesia, the Sunda subduction hinge advanced northward as a result of counterclockwise rotation of the Borneo-Java part of the Sundaland margin, and this is interpreted to have led to termination of magmatism, despite continued subduction, because of the absence of fresh material replenishing the mantle wedge (Macpherson and Hall, 1999, 2002). At the end of the middle Miocene at ca. 10 Ma, volcanic activity resumed in the Java-Sulawesi sector of the Sunda Arc, after the termination of Borneo-Java rotation.
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