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17. Calculated total-subsidence development at the study area until the extrusion of Wengen Group volcanics (basinreverse modelling module of PHIL™ ). x-axis, age in Ma; y -axis, subsidence rates in m Myr−1 . Subsidence was calculated at a proximal (transect metre 30; grey line) and a distal point (transect metre 5970; black line). Differences in total subsidence at proximal and distal settings are mainly attributed to differences in compaction-induced subsidence (thicker succession in distal parts).