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Bulletin of the Geological Society of Malaysia
The Kuantan Basalts are one of the very few bodies of basic extrusives in Peninsular Malaysia. It was erupted too late to have been caused by the Albian rifting that formed the sedimentary basins off the Peninsula's East Coast, the mid-Oligocene extension caused by the collision of the Indian subcontinent and Asia, or by the compression beginning in the mid-Miocene that followed it. This paper presents new trace element data for alkali olivine basalts and olivine nephelinites belonging to thedoi:10.7186/bgsm53200717 fatcat:f3hehimzqvhgbieqwr2zgmoybe