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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 1955
Geological Magazine (1955) 92 (6): 506–511.
Journal Article
Published: 01 March 1953
Geological Magazine (1953) 90 (2): 111–113.
...Edward B. Bailey Abstract Questions the interpretation by W. G. Hardie of changes of thickness in the Eilde quartzite and Eilde schist in the Loch Leven area, western Scotland, as facies changes. GeoRef, Copyright 2004, American Geological Institute. Reference includes data from Bibliography...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1952
Geological Magazine (1952) 89 (4): 273–285.
...W. G. Hardie Abstract "Detailed mapping of a small area has shown that the Eilde schist undergoes marked variations of facies when traced southwards from Loch Leven. Through the appearance of interbedded quartzite the normal schist of the western outcrop passes into a banded facies, while much...
Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1974
Journal of the Geological Society (1974) 130 (6): 525–543.
...JACK E. TREAGUS Abstract The structure of the Dalradian rocks at the eastern end of Loch Leven has been re-exam­ined. The geometry of the major folds as determined by Bailey (1934) is largely confirmed but a reappraisal of their relative ages, based on the evidence of minor structures, leads...
Journal Article
Published: 01 December 2002
Scottish Journal of Geology (2002) 38 (2): 137–141.
... rocks and breccias in the Loch Leven area during the period 325–295 Ma. 20 8 2002 © 2002 Scottish Journal of Geology 2002 Igneous rocks in the Cleish Hills of Kinross-shire were first noted by Geikie (1900 ), who described them as lavas of the Clyde Plateau volcanic series...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 1977
Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology (1977) 10 (4): 443–447.
.... B. Paterson. A thick regional aquifer has been identified within the Upper Old Red Sandstone sequence of Fife and Kinross, extending from the eastern rim of the Loch Leven basin down the © The Geological Society, London 1977 1977 The Geological Society, London ...
Journal Article
Published: 01 May 1958
Geological Magazine (1958) 95 (3): 234–240.
...A. J. Smith; N. Rast Abstract Sedimentary dikes occur in the exposures of the Appin phyllite-limestone along the shore of Loch Leven south of Fort William, western Scotland. Both downward and upward injected dikes are present; the former are probably contemporaneous with deposition of the beds...
Journal Article
Published: 01 March 1953
Geological Magazine (1953) 90 (2): 114–116.
...W. G. Hardie Abstract In reply to discussion by Bailey of the interpretation of thickness changes in the Eilde quartzite and schist in the Loch Leven area of western Scotland, reaffirms the belief that facies changes are a more probable explanation than sliding. GeoRef, Copyright 2004, American...
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 1982
Journal of the Geological Society (1982) 139 (1): 71–84.
... quartzite correlated with the Glencoe Quartzite (Hickman 1978) in the W. South of Loch Leven, slides again intervene on either side of the Leven Schists, but their location, extent and movement are not agreed (Bailey & Maufe 1960; V011 1964; Rast & Litherland 1970). In contrast to the Lochaber district...
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 1983
Journal of the Geological Society (1983) 140 (1): 163–164.
... at Loch Creran are given in Litherland (1980). The Leven Schists sensu stricto, i.e. that formation which stratigraphically underlies the Ballachulish Limestone, are confined to the floor of Glen Creran and the NE-trending Airds Hill belt, where the unit exhibits facies changes. Clearly, Lambert et al...
Journal Article
Published: 01 June 1975
Journal of the Geological Society (1975) 131 (3): 327–328.
... the R. Spean. During field work for a project on the geochemistry of the Leven and Monadhliath schists (Lambert & Holland in preparation) observations were made on the sequence in the R. Leven E of Kinlochleven which imply conclusions different from those of Treagus (1974 fig. 4, P. 539–41...
Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1974
Journal of the Geological Society (1974) 130 (6): 543–544.
.... W~tss, L. E. & MCINTYm~, D. B. x957. Structural geometry ofDalradian rocks at Loch Leven, Scottish Highlands. J. Geol. 65, 575-6o2. Received I xth December 1973; revised typescript received xo March x974; read 5 June 1974. Jack Edward Treagus, Department ofGeology, The University, Manchester MI3 9PL...
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A: <b>Loch</b> Linnhe field area, western Scotland, with 13 rivers (black wiggles)...
in > Geology
Published: 01 June 2011
Figure 1. A: Loch Linnhe field area, western Scotland, with 13 rivers (black wiggles) and subset of four, Spean, Leven, Etive, and Coe. B: Field area (box), and surface uplift isobases (m) for Main Postglacial Shoreline ( Smith et al., 2006 ). C: Six 10 Be c ages (±1σ external uncertainty
Journal Article
Published: 01 March 1977
Journal of the Geological Society (1977) 133 (3): 277–279.
... 66 586 620 Bailey E. B. The structure of the South-West Highlands of Scotland Q Jl geol Soc Lond 1922 78 82 131 Bailey E. B. West Highland tectonics: Loch Leven to Glen Roy Q Jl geol Soc Lond 1934 90 462 524 Bailey, E. B. & Maufe, H. B. 1960. The geology...
Journal Article
Published: 01 November 1986
Journal of the Geological Society (1986) 143 (6): 927–934.
... Leven, Kinross Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 1974 74 135 56 B Bailey-Watts A. E. Planktonic diatoms and some diatom-silica relations in a shallow eutrophic Scottish loch Freshwater Biology 1976 6 69 80 Bailey-Watts A. E. The composition and abundance...
Journal Article
Published: 01 August 1988
Journal of the Geological Society (1988) 145 (4): 669–678.
... 21 407 36 Bailey E. B. The structure of the South-West Highlands Scotland Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 1922 78 82 127 Bailey E. B. West Highland tectonics: Loch Leven to Glen Roy Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 1934 90...
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 1989
Journal of the Geological Society (1989) 146 (1): 85–96.
.... The thin Ord Ban Subgroup, which is locally developed at the base of the Grampian Group on Speyside and Strath Dearn, consists of shallow marine shelf sediments in association with concordant amphibolite sheets. Elsewhere the Corrieyairack Subgroup, which is thickest around Loch Laggan, forms the lower...
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 1974
Journal of the Geological Society (1974) 130 (2): 93–124.
... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Portaskaig Boulder Bed Isl__aay Limestone Mullach Dubh Phyllites Lismore Limestone Cuil Bay Slates Appin Limestone and PhyUites Appin Quartzite Ballachulish Slates Ballachulish Limestone Leven Schists Maol an Fhithich Quartzite ~" ~ Bowmore Sandstone\\ X ~ Lower Torr idonian~ \ ~ Lewisian Gneiss ~ Loch...
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2009
Journal of the Geological Society (2009) 166 (5): 845–857.
... inferred correlations of the Stralinchy–Reelan formations and the Inishowen–Loch na Cille–MacDuff ice-rafted debris beds to the respectively 635 Ma Marinoan and 582 Ma Gaskiers glaciations, and suggest that the oldest Dalradian glacial unit, the Port Askaig Formation, represents one of the c . 750–690 Ma...
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Features of the Bailey–Tilley locality (for location, see  Figs 2  and  3d ...
Published: 22 April 2013
& Muspratt Archive, Cambridge Central Library. ( c ) Overview photograph of the Bailey–Tilley locality on the north shore of Loch Leven, taken looking south across the loch. ( d ) Outcrop photograph of garnetiferous Leven Schist. ( e ) Outcrop photograph of Ballachulish Slate. A band