Abstract

Along the southeast coast of Ireland are metamorphic rocks which have been recorded as Cambrian by some, Precambrian by others. Recent work in Wexford suggests that a Precambrian age is the more probable. New names are given to the rocks, which were formerly placed with the Bray series. They are now termed the Killinick bedded series and the Rosslare migmatite series.

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