Mamberamo


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Mam·be·ra·mo

 (măm′bə-rä′mō)
A river, about 805 km (500 mi) long, of western New Guinea flowing northwest into the Pacific Ocean.
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The block contains the shallow water portion of the Mamberamo delta and an undeveloped gas discovery in Pliocene turbidite reservoirs.
The strike-slip events along the clearly defined faults in the frontal arc area such as Sumatera, Sorong and Mamberamo Fault are classified as transform fault zone events such as Palu-Koro and Matano Faults, Lengguru and Tarera Aiduna Faults.
Other units (drawn from existing kikans) were delegated for specific purposes, including the Mamberamo Expeditionary Force, the Hirose Exploration Unit and the Tatsu Exploration Unit.