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Sebatik Island belongs to two countries; Malaysia (northwest) and Indonesia (southeast). The study only involved Malaysia's area, covering an area about 200 km2. The area of study comprised of Sebatik Sandstone-Shale Member from Kalumpang Formation; is part of the Neogene sequence located in the northern part of the Tarakan Basin. The main objective of this study is to analyze the sedimentary facies, and then to interpret the paleoenvironment in the study area. There has been no such study everdoi:10.26480/gbr.02.2018.17.20 fatcat:b2fdx6b6vbho5lvene3lkqqm3a