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<b>Bearreraig</b> <b>Bay</b> photograph montage. ( a ) Overview of the locality looking f...
Published: 29 April 2019
Fig. 8. Bearreraig Bay photograph montage. ( a ) Overview of the locality looking from the north of Bearreraig Bay back towards the south. From the water to cliff top is 180 m. The access path is denoted in black, comes from the right and goes behind the house and railway shed at the top
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<b>Bearreraig</b> <b>Bay</b> photograph montage. ( a ) Overview of the locality looking f...
Published: 29 April 2019
Fig. 8. Bearreraig Bay photograph montage. ( a ) Overview of the locality looking from the north of Bearreraig Bay back towards the south. From the water to cliff top is 180 m. The access path is denoted in black, comes from the right and goes behind the house and railway shed at the top
Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2001
Scottish Journal of Geology (2001) 37 (1): 19-26.
...N. D. L. Clark Synopsis The proximal parts of the right ulna and radius of a thyreophoran dinosaur from Bearreraig Bay, Isle of Skye, represent the first occurrence of this type of dinosaur from the Middle Jurassic rocks of Scotland. The incompleteness of the bones and the lack of more diagnostic...
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Sequence stratigraphic framework for the <b>Bearreraig</b> Sandstone Formation, co...
Published: 29 April 2019
comes from Morton & Hudson (1995) . Zones and subzones in bold are observed at Bearreraig Bay and the others have been observed at other localities in the Hebrides.
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Sequence stratigraphic framework for the <b>Bearreraig</b> Sandstone Formation, co...
Published: 29 April 2019
comes from Morton & Hudson (1995) . Zones and subzones in bold are observed at Bearreraig Bay and the others have been observed at other localities in the Hebrides.
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 1999
Petroleum Geoscience (1999) 5 (1): 83-92.
... between 0.5 and 2.5%, but reach up to 3-4% in dark-coloured non-bioturbated shales within the Bearreraig Sandstone Formation and Lealt Shales Formation, and 6-8% in the Staffin Bay Formation. Hydrogen indices (HI) are mostly below 300, increasing to 400-500 in the aforementioned organic-rich intervals...
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 2007
Scottish Journal of Geology (2007) 43 (1): 57-67.
...A. D. Beard; S. M. Drake Synopsis The occurrence of high-temperature calcic skarns is relatively rare, with around 30 being reported worldwide. Here, we report on a newly discovered occurrence of a melilite-bearing high-temperature calcic skarn at Camasunary Bay, Isle of Skye. The contact...
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Map showing the Middle Jurassic dinosaur localities of the Isle of Skye (1-...
Published: 01 October 2008
Fig. 2. Map showing the Middle Jurassic dinosaur localities of the Isle of Skye (1-5 are in the Trotternish Peninsula and 6 is in the Strathaird Peninsula; both are outlined). (1) Bearreraig Bay; (2) Rubha nam Brathairean; (3) Dun Dearg; (4) An Corran; (5) Score Bay; (6) Elgol.
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Stratigraphic and lithological correlation panel between the Upper Glen 1 w...
Published: 29 April 2019
Fig. 10. Stratigraphic and lithological correlation panel between the Upper Glen 1 well (locality 2) and the Bearreraig Bay outcrop (locality 1). See Figures 1 , 6 and 7 for locations of the two data points. Thicknesses for the Bearreraig Bay strata come largely from Hesselbo & Coe
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Stratigraphic and lithological correlation panel between the Upper Glen 1 w...
Published: 29 April 2019
Fig. 10. Stratigraphic and lithological correlation panel between the Upper Glen 1 well (locality 2) and the Bearreraig Bay outcrop (locality 1). See Figures 1 , 6 and 7 for locations of the two data points. Thicknesses for the Bearreraig Bay strata come largely from Hesselbo & Coe
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Stratigraphic correlation panel for the Sea of the Hebrides half-graben. Th...
Published: 29 April 2019
Fig. 14. Stratigraphic correlation panel for the Sea of the Hebrides half-graben. The panel goes from Upper Glen 1 to Bearreraig Bay then up to Screapadal (distal to proximal). The Udairn locality shown in this figure is not included in any detail in this paper, but can be found south of Portree
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Stratigraphic correlation panel for the Sea of the Hebrides half-graben. Th...
Published: 29 April 2019
Fig. 14. Stratigraphic correlation panel for the Sea of the Hebrides half-graben. The panel goes from Upper Glen 1 to Bearreraig Bay then up to Screapadal (distal to proximal). The Udairn locality shown in this figure is not included in any detail in this paper, but can be found south of Portree
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2014
Journal of Paleontology (2014) 88 (5): 1085-1093.
.... Bateman R. L. Stevenson D. W. 2004 . Systematics, ontogeny, and phylogenetic implications of exceptional anatomically preserved cycadophyte leaves from the Middle Jurassic of Bearreraig Bay, Skye, northwest Scotland . Botanical...
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Location map and geological map. The Isles of Skye and Raasay are shown, wi...
Published: 29 April 2019
in this paper are shown using numbers, where 1 = Bearreraig Bay, 2 (UG1) = refers to the location of the Upper Glen 1 exploration well which is treated as locality two, 3 = Screapadal and 4 = Glasnakille. On the geological map the Jurassic section of interest is coloured blue.
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Location map and geological map. The Isles of Skye and Raasay are shown, wi...
Published: 29 April 2019
in this paper are shown using numbers, where 1 = Bearreraig Bay, 2 (UG1) = refers to the location of the Upper Glen 1 exploration well which is treated as locality two, 3 = Screapadal and 4 = Glasnakille. On the geological map the Jurassic section of interest is coloured blue.
Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2005
Scottish Journal of Geology (2005) 41 (2): 97-104.
...-sorted, silty sandstone that was deposited in a lagoonal, microtidal flat palaeoenvironmental setting, associated with a bay-head delta system. Two of the prints may form a short, narrow trackway reflecting a walking to gently trotting gait of a small theropod animal. These are the first dinosaur...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 December 2009
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2009) 79 (12): 887-905.
.... Our data suggest that tide-dominated deltas may change into tide-influenced deltas during delta evolution when they prograde to the mouth of the restricted or funnel-shaped bay, given the rate of fluvial sediment supply exceeds the rate of accommodation increase. 3 8 2009 3 2 2009...
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Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 October 2003
GSA Bulletin (2003) 115 (10): 1249-1264.
... of this species. Thus far, only Neomiodon from the Duntulm and Staffin Bay formations show covariant relationships between 87 Sr/ 86 Sr and Ca/Sr ratio that can be reconciled with a dynamic response to seawater–freshwater mixing. The slopes of these trends converge at 0.7068, which is close to the early Callovian...
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Journal Article
Published: 29 April 2019
Scottish Journal of Geology (2019) 55 (1): 35-68.
...Fig. 8. Bearreraig Bay photograph montage. ( a ) Overview of the locality looking from the north of Bearreraig Bay back towards the south. From the water to cliff top is 180 m. The access path is denoted in black, comes from the right and goes behind the house and railway shed at the top...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2009
Scottish Journal of Geology (2009) 45 (2): 169-176.
... conducted using 4 thin sections ( Fig. 4 ) and a polished surface (Fig. 2). Occurrence. Pliensbachian Scalpay Sandstone Formation from near the Scarf Caves (NG510427), east of Portree and Holm and Bearreraig Bay, Staffin peninsula, north of Portree, Isle of Skye, Scotland. Diagnosis. Columnals...
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