Metamorphic Limestones of the Great Glen Area: Comments

@article{Russell1986MetamorphicLO,
  title={Metamorphic Limestones of the Great Glen Area: Comments},
  author={M. Russell and I. Allison and R. Anderton and A. J. Hall},
  journal={Scottish Journal of Geology},
  year={1986},
  volume={22},
  pages={137 - 139}
}
SIRS Rock et al. (1984)-highlighted the problems of assigning the limestones of the Great Glen to the Lewisian, Moinian or Dalradian but preferred to leave them unaffiliated. Following Drever (1936, 1939, 1940) we consider these limestones to belong to the Dalradian and propose that at least the Ardgour and Glen Dessarry limestones are the diachronous "missing links" between the Vendian Middle Dalradian basinal succession to the SE and the early Cambrian shelf succession to the NW (Fig. 1). We… Expand
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