Site selection of small round holes in crinoid pluricolumnals, Trearne Quarry SSSI (Mississippian, Lower Carboniferous), north Ayrshire, UK
Timing of strain partitioning and magmatism in the Scottish Scandian collision, evidence from the high Ba–Sr Orkney granite complex
Erratum for ‘Lateglacial to Holocene palaeoenvironmental change in the Muck Deep, offshore western Scotland’ Scottish Journal of Geology, 54, 99-114
The Middle Jurassic (Aalenian-Bajocian) Bearreraig Sandstone Formation of Skye and Raasay is the thickest marine sandstone sequence in the British Isles, here seen forming the east-facing cliffs of Druim an Aonaich on Raasay, with the Palaeogene lava summit of Dun Caan in the distance. An incipient landslip failure occurs on the right-hand-side of the cliff section. A recent study from this locality on syn-rift tectonism on shallow marine sedimentation is described in Scottish Journal of Geology, 55, 35–68. Photo: Brian Bell.
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