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Abstract

The Seychelles Archipelago consists of a series of steep-sided carbonate banks that were formed by deposition of a thick, high velocity , shallow marine carbonate sequence. Deposition of these carbonates has been concentrated on local highs and has kept pace with the Tertiary thermal subsidence which followed the rifting between India and the Seychelles.

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