Ranking the geothermal potential of radiothermal granites in Scotland: are any others as hot as the Cairngorms?
Structural framework of the gneiss–amphibolite–pegmatite assemblage of the Lewisian Complex south of Durness, NW Highlands
Addenda to the record of machaeridian shell plates in the Wether Law Linn Formation (Late Llandovery), Pentland Hills, Scotland
Looking up to the imposing granite buttresses of Coire an t-Sneachda (Corrie of the Snow), Cairngorms, well-named with the remnants of the snow pack still clinging on to the slopes in June. From this distance, the lichen disguises the pink hues of the k-feldspar while ptarmigan chatter unseen in the distance. Photo taken as Paul Younger, Tom Harley, and Alistair McCay decide where would provide the most accurate and be safest to collect gamma-ray spectrometry readings. The findings are described in Scottish Journal of Geology, 53, 1–11.
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