Abstract

The depositional history of the Melbourne Trough has been influenced by almost basin-wide tectonic events, rather than by eastwardly migrating longitudinal “zones,” as proposed by Moore (1971). Periods of tectonic instability, characterized by wide-spread deposition of flysch, alternated with periods of tectonic quiescence, during which fine-grained sediments accumulated.

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