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Two seminal papers, one from a worker who had insight into tectonics and sedimentation (Kennedy 1958), the other from a classical stratigrapher who had an eye for detail and great experience in synthesizing data (George 1960), present quite different views of the Midland Valley. This difference of opinion, although now in a different form, still exists over both the nature and role of the Midland Valley in Caledonian geology and the nature and significance of its boundaries.

The Midland Valley spans the gap between the deeper parts of the Caledonian orogen to the north, where the Dalradian block underwent...

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