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The Geology of Scotland
This 4th edition of The Geology of Scotland is edited by Dr Nigel Trewin of the Department of Geology and Petroleum Geology at the University of Aberdeen. The volume is greatly expanded from theExpand
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The Auk Field, Block 30/16, UK North Sea
Abstract The Auk Field is located in Block 30/16 at the western margin of the Central Graben. Block 30/16 was awarded in June 1970 to Shell/Esso, and the discovery well 30/16-1 spudded in SeptemberExpand
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The Rhynie cherts: an early Devonian ecosystem preserved by hydrothermal activity.
The Rhynie cherts contain a remarkable early Devonian terrestrial to freshwater biota preserved in siliceous sinter by the action of a precious-metal-bearing hot spring system. Arthropods, vascularExpand
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The Ichnogenus Undichna, With Examples From The Permian Of The Falkland Islands
Abundant, well-preserved and variable species of Undichna are described from the Permian of the Falkland Islands. The environment is considered to be non-marine and the traces are associated withExpand
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The Geology of Scotland (4th Edition)
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Authigenic quartz microfabrics in Cretaceous turbidites; evidence for silica transformation processes in sandstones
ABSTRACT Lower Cretaceous sandstone turbidites in the Scapa Field (North Sea) contain a complex variety of authigenic quartz microfabrics. Early diagenetic microfabrics predate burial calcite cementsExpand
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Mesozoic break-up of SW Gondwana
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Discovery of the arthrodire genus Actinolepis (class Placodermi) in the Middle Devonian of Scotland
Synopsis A single specimen of the placoderm Actinolepis found in the Middle Devonian (Eifelian) Achanarras fish bed of Achanarras Quarry, Caithness, is the first record of the genus in the DevonianExpand
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Excavations at Rattray, Aberdeenshire. A Scottish Deserted Burgh
DOCUMENTARY sources identify the deserted settlement of Rattray, Aberdeenshire, as a royal burgh from the mid 16th century and as a probable burgh of barony from the 13th century. Excavation hasExpand
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Authigenic Apatite in a Fluvial Sandstone Sequence: Evidence for Rare-Earth Element Mobility During Diagenesis and a Tool for Diagenetic Correlation
ABSTRACT Apatite grains in heavy-mineral separates of samples from the Statfjord Formation (Triassic-Lower Jurassic, North Sea), exhibit variably corroded detrital cores and euhedral diageneticExpand
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