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Outcrops of mixed carbonate/siliciclastic strata comprise the Neoproterozoic Wonoka Formation and Patsy Hill Member of the Bonney Sandstone at Patawarta diapir in the Flinders Ranges, South Australia, which is a ramping allochthonous salt sheet flanked by suprasalt and subsalt minibasin strata. Lithofacies distribution, thicknesses, and stratal geometries are analyzed to correlate suprasalt and subsalt Wonoka and Patsy Hill strata within a depositional and halokinetic sequence stratigraphic framework.

Wonoka and Patsy Hill strata represent regional deposition in a storm-dominated carbonate shelf environment. The subsalt minibasin at Patawarta diapir contains upward-shallowing outer wave-dominated shelf to coastal plain facies in the Wonoka...

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