Carboniferous of County Fermanagh-south County Tyrone area, Northern Ireland
|Mitchell, W I (ed.). 2004. The geology of Northern Ireland-our natural foundation. Geological Survey of Northern Ireland, Belfast.|
W I Mitchell
This large outcrop of Carboniferous strata (P947815) is divided into four regions (P947821). All the early Carboniferous rocks are assigned to the Tyrone and Leitrim groups with the Omagh Sandstone Group restricted to the Kesh-Omagh area (P947927). Although the standard Tyrone Group succession  extends across this area with few variations (P947933) many new members have been identified.
- Oswald, D H. 1955. The Carboniferous rocks between the Ox Mountains and Donegal Bay. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, 111, 167–83.