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  • Geology

Sedimentary basin

A sedimentary basin is a tectonically depressed part of the Earth's crust, a depression in the shape of a flared bowl due to a slow progressive collapse (subsidence), where, over a long period (10 to 100 million years), various marine, continental, sub-horizontal or weakly deformed sediments are piled up to a great thickness.



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