"A review is offered of some of the conclusions reached by Teall and his Survey colleagues on the Lewisian complex of the North-West Highlands [Scotland], especially such as have been strengthened by recent work by Sutton and Watson. In other directions support is given to Peach and Gunn's view that the Loch Maree sediments are later than the Scourie dykes and not, as Clough tentatively suggested, intruded by sills fed from these dykes; also new hypotheses are advanced concerning Laxfordian folding of the Scourie dykes at Loch Maree, and Caledonian thrusting of Assynt type of Lewisian over Laxford type at Durness."

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