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The Moine Supergroup (Fig. 9) can be defined as follows:

‘A succession of metasedimentary rocks that unconformably overlies the Lewisian Complex which is tectonically bounded to the west by the Moine Thrust and to the southeast by the Great Glen Fault’. Previous definitions have included certain rocks found SE of the Great Glen in the Moine (e.g. Johnstone 1975; Harris & Pitcher 1975) but some or all of these are probably better referred to the Grampian Group of the Dalradian for reasons set out in Chapter 4. Many of the Grampian Group rocks resemble Moine units lithologically, but there...

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