Aspects of dinantian sedimentation in the edale basin, north derbyshire

@inproceedings{Gutteridge1991AspectsOD,
  title={Aspects of dinantian sedimentation in the edale basin, north derbyshire},
  author={Peter Gutteridge},
  year={1991}
}
The Dinantian Edale Basin is located to the north of the Derbyshire carbonate platform and underlies the Upper Carboniferous of the central Pennines. The Edale Basin was thought to be part of a large basin which extended from the Derbyshire carbonate platform to the Askrigg Block. The presence of aggregate grains and ooids in the Alport Borehole suggests that a carbonate platform, possibly located on the Holme structural high, was present underneath the central Pennines. This platform is called… CONTINUE READING