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The Central Luconia province in the South China Sea, offshore Sarawak, features extensive development of Middle to Late Miocene isolated carbonate platforms. This study presents a regional seismic architecture – seismic facies review of platform flank geometries and off-platform depositional styles, with the goals of understanding their patterns and exploring the controlling processes. The information on flank steepness and predominant shedding direction is contextualized with respect to extrinsic and intrinsic factors of carbonate platform growth, including tectonics, eustatic sea-level fluctuations, hydrodynamics and regional palaeogeography. Results reveal that flank geometries are consistent throughout the Middle to Late Miocene. In the...

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