Abstract

"Evidence is presented for the geological dating of the granitic gneiss of western Ardgour, the southernmost part of the discontinuous granitic gneiss outcrop which extends from Argyll to Inverness-shire along the Loch Quoich line between the 'highly inclined' and 'flat' belts of the Moines. The granitic gneiss is shown to have been formed before or early in the second of four main fold movements to which the surrounding metasediments have been subjected, and is thought to occupy the core of a complex anti-formal second major fold."

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