Synopsis

Basaltic rocks in the Cleish Hills of Kinross-shire, previously described as lavas of the Clyde Plateau volcanic series, are shown to be later intrusions. This re-interpretation raises doubts about published correlations of these rocks and the possible origin of igneous rocks and breccias in the Loch Leven area during the period 325–295 Ma.

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