Development of Regional Exploration Criteria for Buried Carbonate-Hosted Mineral Deposits: A Multidisciplinary Study in Northern England. J.A. Plantand D.G. Jones. British Geological Survey Technical Report WP/91/1. 1999. Price not supplied.

Northern England, from Yorkshire and Lancashire to the border with Scotland, contains Carboniferous rocks, which in the Northern Pennine ore field host F, Pb, Ba, and Zn mineralization. The Carboniferous basins and intervening highs are similar in many aspects of structural evolution and stratigraphy to those in central Ireland that host major zinc-lead deposits, such as Navan and Lisheen. Personnel of the British Geological Survey completed...

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