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The West Crocker Formation is a major, basin-floor, submarine-fan complex that was deposited in an accretionary foredeep basin during the Oligocene to early Miocene (20–37 Ma) in the South china Sea and adjacent onshore Borneo 1. This sandstone-dominated succession is several kilometers thick (2.0 m), but may be up to 10 km (6.2 mi). It is more than 25,000 km2 (9652 mi2) in extent, and is exposed across a large part of the coastal ranges of Sabah, east Malaysia (2, 3). In terms of its size and extent, the West...

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