Labuan Island represents the emergent part of a north-eastward plunging
anticline. The stratigraphic succession at Labuan is made up of four formations:
the Crocker Formation, the Temburong Formation, the Setap shale Formation
and the Belait Formation. The sedimentological aspects of the Labuan
stratigraphic succession have been studied by several authors but the
stratigraphic relationships between the formations is still a matter of conjecture.
In this paper we have undertaken an outcrop based (1) sedimentary facies
analysis of the Middle Miocene Belait Formation and (2) inferred the mode of
stratigraphic sequence building of the Oligocene-Miocene successions.

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