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Journal Article
Published: 01 April 1995
Journal of the Geological Society (1995) 152 (2): 391–406.
...B. W. GLOVER; R. M. KEY; F. MAY; G. C. CLARK; E. R. PHILLIPS; B. C. CHACKSFIELD Abstract The Grampian and Appin groups of the southwestern Monadhliath Mountains form the earliest known syn-rift sequences of the Scottish central Highlands. They were likely to have formed in an intracontinental...
Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1994
Journal of the Geological Society (1994) 151 (6): 971–986.
...E. R. PHILLIPS; R. M. KEY; G. C. CLARK; F. MAY; B. W. GLOVER; B. C. CHACKSFIELD Abstract Metasedimentary rocks of the Neoproterozoic Grampian and Appin groups exposed in the Glen Roy district (Monadhliath Mountains, Scotland) were strongly folded during an initial progressive tectonothermal event...
Journal Article
Published: 01 August 1989
Journal of the Geological Society (1989) 146 (4): 631–647.
...C. W. THOMAS Abstract 240 samples from Appin and Argyll Group carbonate rock units of the Dalradian of northeast Scotland have been analysed for 10 major oxides and 14 to 19 trace elements in order to classify and correlate them using geochemistry. The carbonate rocks are chiefly limestones...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1982
Geological Magazine (1982) 119 (4): 413–419.
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 1981
Geological Magazine (1981) 118 (5): 477–490.
Journal Article
Published: 22 February 2023
Journal of the Geological Society (2023) 180 (2): jgs2022-134.
...A. R. Prave; A. E. Fallick; K. Kirsimäe Abstract The Tonian–Cambrian Dalradian Supergroup in Scotland is a siliciclastic–carbonate succession that can be up to 10 km thick. The consensus view is that its lower part, the mid- to late Tonian Grampian and Appin groups, formed in rift basins: the deep...
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( a ) Carbon–oxygen isotope cross-plot showing clear clustering of data for...
Published: 22 February 2023
Fig. 5. ( a ) Carbon–oxygen isotope cross-plot showing clear clustering of data for marbles from Kincraig and Coul Farm v. those from Kinlochlaggan. ( b ) Carbon–oxygen isotope cross-plot showing the same data as in part (a), but with additional data for carbonate rocks of the Appin Group
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 1997
Journal of the Geological Society (1997) 154 (5): 917–919.
... of the Appin Group, they propose that it lies within an inverted succession which can be correlated with the upper part of the Appin and lower part of the Argyll Group. I considered the latter correlation ( Treagus 1969 ), but rejected it on the grounds of dissimilarities of the lithologies involved, am...
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Geochemical data for samples interpreted as belonging in the Grampian and A...
Published: 22 February 2023
Fig. 6. Geochemical data for samples interpreted as belonging in the Grampian and Appin groups. ( a ) Rare earth element spider plot doubly normalized to PAAS and Lu; Th/Sc and Ti/Al box-and-whisker plots (x denotes median value, horizontal line marks mean value); and ternary diagram plot of Sc
Journal Article
Published: 27 February 2024
Journal of the Geological Society (2024) jgs2023-208.
..., we analyse the Dalradian succession of Tyndrum–Glen Lyon (Breadalbane) in the south-western Grampian Highlands of Scotland. In Breadalbane, several distinctive Appin and Argyll group Dalradian formations are absent. Omission has been attributed to ductile shearing on the Boundary Slide structure...
Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2004
Journal of the Geological Society (2004) 161 (2): 229–242.
... Sr rose from c . 0.7052 at 850–900 Ma to c . 0.7085 or higher in the latest Neoproterozoic. Temporal changes at c . 800 Ma and c . 600 Ma bracket the range in 87 Sr/ 86 Sr values of calcite in Grampian, Appin and lowest Argyll Group ( c . 0.7064–0.7072) and middle and uppermost Argyll Group ( c...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1999
Journal of the Geological Society (1999) 156 (6): 1175–1182.
...S. ROBERTSON; M. SMITH Abstract The Geal Charn-Ossian Steep Belt is a major composite synclinal structure cored by an upward-facing Appin Group succession. It is located at the margin of a west-facing sedimentary basin where more than 8 km of Grampian Group sediment was deposited adjacent...
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 1996
Journal of the Geological Society (1996) 153 (5): 779–801.
... characterization enables correlation between geographically and tectonically isolated stratigraphic successions in the NW Mayo inlier. An almost complete succession of late Proterozoic Grampian. Appin and Argyll Group Dalradian rocks structurally overlies earlier basement Annagh Division gneisses in structural...
Journal Article
Published: 01 August 1988
Journal of the Geological Society (1988) 145 (4): 669–678.
... as tectonic slides, although normal faults, thrusts and sedimentary contacts may also mark their position. Three main episodes of faulting are described in the Islay to Lochaber area. Appin Group sedimentation was controlled by a fault now represented by the Loch Skerrols Thrust-Fort William Slide-Ossian...
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 1980
Journal of the Geological Society (1980) 137 (1): 99–100.
... of the island—is scarcely convincing, since their traverses, on Lismore and on the Appin coast ( op. cit., p. 8; Fig. 3) exclude the several localities cited by Holgate ( op. cit., p. 113) at which Tertiary dykes are displaced dextrally by NE–SW fractures marginal to the Firth of Lorne fault zone which...
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( a ) Revised stratigraphy and generalized map of the northern Grampian Hig...
Published: 22 February 2023
Fig. 8. ( a ) Revised stratigraphy and generalized map of the northern Grampian Highlands in which Grampian Group rocks envelope the gneissose rocks of the Badenoch Group. The Aonach Beag–Inverpattack–Markie fault belt is interpreted as an original reverse/thrust fault system with Appin Group
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( a ) Simplified geological map of part of the north-central Grampian Highl...
Published: 22 February 2023
Fig. 4. ( a ) Simplified geological map of part of the north-central Grampian Highlands (see Fig. 1 for location). ( b ) Fence diagram showing the overall progradational shallowing-upwards depositional trend of the Grampian–Appin groups for the north-central Grampian Highlands. Source: after
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Lithological knickpoints.  a , Abhainn Righ, Glen Righ Falls, a 50-m-high w...
Published: 01 May 2010
Figure 4. Lithological knickpoints. a , Abhainn Righ, Glen Righ Falls, a 50-m-high waterfall developed on Appin Quartzite; b , River Leven at the crest of a 30-m-high waterfall developed on Eilde Quartzite.
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 1999
Journal of the Geological Society (1999) 156 (1): 205–207.
... divisions; in ascending stratigraphical order these are the Appin Group, the Argyll Group and the Southern Highland Group. As plotted in Fig. 1, the data form a vertical array with a restricted Sm/Nd ratio between 0.16 and 0.20 but a very wide range of åNd460 values between "22.5 and "6.7 (all the data...
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 1976
Journal of the Geological Society (1976) 132 (2): 139–154.
.... These are correlated with the D1 and D3 phases in the regional deformation history established by Treagus (1974) . The structures formed in response to these phases correspond to the primary and secondary structures of Bailey (1910) , respectively. The D1 structures comprise the Fort William Slide, the Appin Syncline...