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Fig. S1. QuickBird satellite image of DBD with location of detailed stratigraphic sections (bed scale) and facies transects along DBD slopes (facies association scale).

Fig. S2. Geological map showing the distribution of facies associations and structural elements.

Fig. S3. Geological cross-sections I and III showing internal stratal patterns inferred from stratal surfaces spatially recorded in the field with RTK GPS, remote GIS mapping on QuickBird satellite imagery and local field observations.

Fig. S4. Outcrop photographs and photomicrographs from Sequences I to II: (A) Outcrop photograph of lithofacies T1d (yellow dolomicrite) showing stromatolitic, subparallel but wavy, lamination and the in-situ clasts due to desiccation-related brecciation near the right lower corner.

Fig. S5. Photomicrographs from Sequences III and V: (A) Sequence III coated grain packstone (lithofacies G2) containing micrite coated gastropods, bivalve fragments, echinoderms and the foraminifer Involutina liassica (arrow).

Fig. S6. Outcrop photographs and photomicrographs from Sequence V: (A) Photomicrograph of two corallites from a phaceloid coral colony of lithofacies B3 in Sequence V (possibly belonging to Phacelophyllia termieri Beauvais, 1986; Turnšek et al., 2003).

Fig. S7. Outcrop photographs and photomicrographs from Sequence VI. (A) Outcrop photograph of red colour calcrete (C2) with irregular top affected by meteoric dissolution, erosion and infilling of the erosional relief skeletal packstone (lithofacies L1) of open marine subtidal environment during the subsequent marine flooding.

Fig. S8. Outcrop photographs and photomicrographs from Sequence VI. (A) Coated grain grainstone deposits near the platform margin (lithofacies G4) are moderately sorted and contain various skeletal fragments (including foraminifera, echinoderms, gastropods and bivalves), aggregate grains and micrite coated intraclasts. (B) Lithofacies G6 at the platform margin includes coral colonies surrounded by coated grain grainstone with rims of marine fibrous cement. (C) Oncoidal packstone and rudstone (lithofacies L2).

Fig. S9. Index for stratigraphic sections. Sections FT1 to FT11 and DS111, DS112, DS212 and DS221 correspond to facies transects that record facies associations.

Fig. S10. Outcrop photographs of the Sequence VI strata.

Fig. S11. Explanation about how the values of tectonic rotation of the DBD block, uplift in the footwall and location of the fulcrum zone have been estimated.

Fig. S12. Explanation about how the values of uplift in the footwall and location of the fulcrum zone have been estimated. Values of estimated parameters are shown in Supporting Information Tables 3 to 9.

Table S1. Lithofacies descriptions.

Table S2. Summary of the compositional variation in the facies associations of sequences V and VI.

Table S3. Different thickness and DBD block rotation estimations based on geological cross-section I-I’.

Table S4. Estimation of DBD platform growth and DBD block rotation parameters based on geological cross-section I-I’.

Table S5. Estimation of DBD platform growth and DBD block rotation parameters based on geological cross-section II.

Table S6. Estimation of DBD platform growth and DBD block rotation parameters based on geological cross-section II.

Table S7. Estimation of DBD platform growth and DBD block rotation parameters based on geological cross-section II.

Table S8. Estimation of DBD platform growth and DBD block rotation parameters based on geological cross-section II.

Table S9. Estimation of DBD platform growth and DBD block rotation parameters based on geological cross-section II.

Table S10. Estimation of DBD platform growth and DBD block rotation parameters based on geological cross-section II.

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