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Well, in short, it's mainly continental, (oceanic-continental convergence). But in regards to the "type of plate" that the Sunda plate is, is minor plate or tertiary plate. Meaning it's not very big etc. Because 1 tectonic plate can have both oceanic or continental crust. Tectonic plate and crust are slightly different concepts. So, The Sunda plate ...


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I think because it shares a long geological history with the European plate, and the history of movement has been more or less rotational in-situ, and not as an independent plate with a distinct geological history. Take as an analogy the Anatolian plate, which is often considered a part of the Eurasian plate, "In some references, the Anatolian Plate is ...


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