3 edition of Fife and Angus geology found in the catalog.
Fife and Angus geology
A. R. MacGregor
Includes bibliographies and index.
|LC Classifications||QE264 .M25 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 291 p. :|
|Number of Pages||291|
|LC Control Number||97100385|
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Fife and Angus Geology by A R Macgregor and a great selection of related books, Fife & Angus Geology. An Excursion Guide. MacGregor, A. Published by Dust jacket is soiled and shows fairly significant wear, though no appreciable tears.
Book delineates the geology of these two beautiful counties in Scotland. Illustrated with. Genre/Form: Guidebooks: Additional Physical Format: Online version: MacGregor, A.R.
(Alexander Roy). Fife and Angus geology. Edinburgh ; USA: Fife and Angus geology book Press, ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages, 8 pages of plates: illustrations, maps ; 19 cm: Responsibility: A.R.
MacGregor. Over the Fife and Angus area of this guide book this remark is applicable. Rather it is an area of glacial deposition with widespread cover of till or fluvioglacial sand and gravel. Morainic ridges are rare to virtually absent and this is characteristic of areas covered by a major ice sheet (Ricep.
) rather than one of valley glaciation. Fife and Angus Geology Posted on March 16th on the BGS Earthwise wiki (click for details) Author: A.
MacGregor ISBN: This guide describes the varied geology of the Fife and Angus region (Central Scotland), ranging from the metamorphic rocks of the Southern Highlands to the sedimentary and volcanic rocks of Devonian.
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The geology of Scotland is unusually varied for a country of its size, with a large number of differing geological features. There are three main geographical sub-divisions: the Highlands and Islands is a diverse area which lies to the north and west of the Highland Boundary Fault; the Central Lowlands is a rift valley mainly comprising Palaeozoic formations; and the Southern Uplands, which.
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The geology of Scotland is 3 billion years old. Filled with colored geological maps and diagrams, this book explains in detail the geological history of Scotland and thus the last 3 billion years of earth history/5(7). Sheet St. Andrews and East Fife.
References: Fife & Angus Geology – an Excursion Guide (Pentland Press) Geology of East Fife. Memoir Geological Survey. Parts of Sheet 41 and Recent News Items. The Edinburgh Geological Society is one of the UK’s foremost geological societies, whose aim is to promote public interest in.
The geology of Fife and Angus is described, and illustrated with maps, plates and figures, together with 18 itineraries, both coastal and inland. This third edition paperback book published in is in good condition with some minor dogging to the edges of the spine and the corners of the some of the pages.
This excursion will consider two sections within the Carboniferous strata of Fife. In the morning we will look at the transition from Lower Limestone Formation to the Limestone Coal Formation between Seafield and Linktown to examine the rocks exposed on the shore and discuss the industrial archaeology related to historical coal mining.
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Media in category "Geology of Fife" The following 88 files are in this category, out of 88 total. Despite warnings of snow, eight members met at Cupar to look at three quarry sites nearby, described in MacGregor’s Fife and Angus Geology, excursion 7.
Ostensibly, we were there to examine examples of the Lower Old Red Sandstone Ochil Volcanic Formation, as well as vents from which they may have been erupted, and one or more intrusions.
The Northern Highland and Grampian terranes together comprise an extensive tract of structurally complex and generally high-grade metamorphic rocks within the Caledonian orogenic belt of Scotland ().This part of the orogen is dominated by two thick sequences of mainly Neoproterozoic metasedimentary rocks.
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Brief synopsis of the Geology of Fife — Leave a comment The oldest rocks exposed at the surface in Fife are Lower Devonian (approx million years old(mya)) volcanics, found predominantly in the North Fife Hills, and consisting primarily of lava flows of basalt, and andsites that would have been erupted at.
The North West Highlands UNESCO Global Geopark was the first in Scotland to be designated as a Global Geopark in The new designation of UNESCO Global Geoparks was ratified in Paris during November and now means we hold a similar status to World Heritage Sites. An Amateur geologist's viewpoint.
Crinoidal stems from the 2nd Hosie Limestone, the middle limestone within the Lower Limestone Formation – Clackmannan was formed approximately to million years ago in the Carboniferous Period, in an environment previously dominated by swamps, estuaries and deltas.
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Fife and Angus Geology. An Excursion Guide. xi + p., 23 figs., 27 maps, 8 pls. Published for The University of St. Andrews by William Blackwood and Sons Ltd., Edinburgh and London.
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