The north-eastern margin of the Scottish mainland has long been an area to excite the interest of geologists, both amateur and professional. Whether it is the possibility of examining coastal exposures of Jurassic rock sequences around Brora, equivalent to those from which North Sea oil is won, or the opportunity to collect outstanding fossil specimens from the world famous fish beds of Caithness, this sparsely populated region area continues to attract geological field parties from across the UK and further afield.

This second edition of the East Sutherland and Caithness excursion guide, produced by the Aberdeen Geological Society and again...

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