Selected bibliography, Northern Highlands of Scotland

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Alderman, A. R. 1936. Eclogites from the neighbourhood of Glenelg, Inverness-shire. Q. J. Geol. Soc. London, Vol.92, 488–533.

Anderson, E. M. 1942. The dynamics of faulting (2nd Edition 1951). (Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press.)

Ando, C. J., Cook, F. A., Oliver, J. E., Brown, L. D., and Kaufman, S. 1983. Crustal geometry of the Appalachian orogen from seismic reflection studies. Mem. Geol. Soc. Am., Vol. 158, 83–101.

Anon. 1962. Scottish Peat. Second Report on the Scottish Peat Committee, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries for Scotland. (Edinburgh: HMSO.)

Armstrong, M. 1964. The geology of the region between Alness River and the Dornoch Firth. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Armstrong, M. 1977. The Old Red Sandstone of Easter Ross and the Black Isle In Gill, G. (editor) The Moray Firth area—geological studies. Inverness Field Club.

Armstrong, M., Auden, J. B. 1954. Drainage and fracture patterns in northwest Scotland. Geol. Mag., Vol.91, 379–394.

Bailey, E. B. 1924. The desert shores of the Chalk seas. Geol. Mag., Vol.61, 102–116.

Bailey, E. B. 1934. The Glencoul Nappe and the Assynt Culmination. Geol. Mag., Vol.72, 151–165.

Bailey, E. B. 1951. Scourie dykes and Laxfordian metamorphism. Geol. Mag., Vol.88, 153–165.

Bailey, E. B. 1955. Moine tectonics and metamorphism in Skye. Trans. Edinburgh Geol. Soc., Vol.16, 93–166.

Bailey, E. B. 1960. The Geology of Ben Nevis and Glencoe. Mem. Geol. Surv. UK. (2nd Edition), Sheet 53.

Bailey, E. B., Collet, L. W., and Field, R. M. 1928. Palaeozoic submarine landslips near Quebec City. J. Geol., Vol.36, 577–614.

Bailey, E. B. and Weir, J. 1932. Submarine faulting in Kimmeridgian times: East Sutherland. Trans. R. Soc. Edinburgh, Vol.47, 429–467.

Baird, A. W. 1982. The Sgurr Slide within the Moine rocks at Loch Eilt, Inverness-shire. J. Geol. Soc. London, Vol.139, 647–653.

Bally, A. W., Gordy, P. L., and Stewart, G. A. 1966. Structure, seismic data and orogenic evolution of Southern Canadian Rocky Mountains. Bull. Can. Pet. Geol., Vol.14, 337–381.

Bamford, D., Nunn, K., Prodehl, C., and Jacob, B. 1978. LISPB-IV. Crustal structure of northern Britain. Geophys. J. R. Astron. Soc., Vol.54, 43–60.

Bamford, D., Barber, A. J. 1965. The history of the Moine Thrust Zone, Lochcarron and Lochalsh, Scotland. Proc. Geol. Assoc. London, Vol.76, 215–242.

Bamford, D., Beach, A., Park, R. G., Tarney, J., and Stewart, A. D. 1978. The Lewisian and Torridonian rocks of North-West Scotland. Geol. Assoc. Guide, No. 21.

Bamford, D. and May, F. 1976. The history of the western Lewisian in the Glenelg Inlier, Lochalsh, Northern Highlands. Scott. J. Geol., Vol.12, 35–50.

Beach, A. 1973. The mineralogy of high temperature shear zones at Scourie, NW Scotland. J. Petrol, Vol. 14, 231–248.

Beach, A., Coward, M. P., and Graham, R. H. 1974. An interpretation of the structural evolution of the Laxford front. Scott. J. Geol., Vol.9, 297–308.

Beach, A. and Fyfe, W. S. 1972. Fluid transport and shear zones at Scourie, Sutherland: evidence of over-thrusting? Contr. Mineral. Petrol., Vol.36, 17–180.

Beach, A. and Tarney, J. 1978. Major and trace element patterns established during retrogressive metamorphism of granulite-facies gneisses, NW Scotland. Precambrian Res., Vol.7, 325–348.

Beckinsale, R. D., and Obradovich, J. D. 1973. Potassium-argon ages for minerals from the Ross of Mull, Argyllshire, Scotland. Scott. J. Geol., Vol.9, 147–115.

Berridge, N. G., and Ivimey-Cook, H. C. 1967. The geology of a borehole at Lossiemouth, Morayshire. Bull. Geol. Surv., No.27, 155–169.

Bickerman, M., Bowes, D. R., and Van Breeman, O. 1975. Rb-Sr whole rock isotopic studies of Lewisian metasediments and gneisses in the Loch Maree region, Ross-shire. J. Geol. Soc. London, Vol.131, 237–254.

Birks, H. J. B. 1977. The Flandrian forest history of Scotland: a preliminary synthesis. In Shotton, F. W. (editor), British Quaternary Studies: Recent Advances, 119–135. (Oxford: Clarendon Press.)

Blackbourn, G. A. 1981a. Probable Old Red Sandstone conglomerates around Tongue and adjacent areas, North Sutherland. Scott. J. Geol., Vol.17, 103–118.

Blackbourn, G. A. 1981b. Correlation of Old Red Sandstone (Devonian) outliers in the Northern Highlands of Scotland. Geol. Mag., Vol.111, 409–411.

Blaxland, A. B., Aftalion, M., and Van Breeman, O. 1979. Pb isotopic composition of feldspars from Scottish Caledonian granites and the nature of the underlying crust. Scott. J. Geol. , Vol.15, 139–154.

Bott, M. H. P., Holland, J. G., Storry, P. G., and Watts, A. B. 1972. Geophysical evidence concerning the structure of the Lewisian of Sutherland, NW Scotland. J. Geol. Soc. London, Vol.128, 599–612.

Bowes, D. R. 1969. The Lewisian of Northwest Highlands of Scotland. In Kay, M. (editor), North Atlantic geology and continental drift, a symposium. Mem. Am. Assoc. Pet. Geol., Vol.12, 575–594.

Bowes, D. R. 1972. Geochemistry of Precambrian crystalline basement rocks, North- West Highlands of Scotland. 24th Sess. Int. Geol. Congr., Canada 1972, Sect.l, 97–103.

Bowes, D. R. 1975. Framework of the Precambrian crystalline complex of the Outer Hebrides. Krystalinikum, Vol.11, 7–23.

Bowes, D. R. 1978. Shield formation in early Precambrian times: the Lewisian complex. In: Bowes, D. R., and Leake, B. E. (editors), Crustal evolution in northwestern Britain and adjacent regions, Spec. Issue Geol. J., No.10, 39–80. (Liverpool: Seel House Press.)

Bowes, D. R., Darooah, B. C., and Khoury, S. G. Original nature of Archaean rocks of North-West Scotland. Spec. Publ. Geol. Soc. Aust. Vol.3, 7–92.

Bowes, D. R. and Ghaly, T. S. 1964. Age relations of Lewisian basic rocks south of Gairloch, Ross-shire. Geol. Mag., Vol.101, 150–160.

Bowes, D. R. and Hopgood, A. M. 1969a. The Lewisian gneiss complex of Mingulay, Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Mem. Geol. Soc. Am., No.115, 317–360.

Bowes, D. R. and Hopgood, A. M 1969b. Composition of a dolerite dyke, Mingulay, Outer Hebrides. Mineral. Mag., Vol.37, 427–428.

Bowes, D. R. and Hopgood, A. M 1973. Framework of Precambrian crystalline complex of northwestern Scotland. In Pidgeon, R. T., and others (editors), Geochronology and isotope geology of Scotland, field guide and reference. 3rd Europe Congr. of Geochronologists. (East Kilbride: Scottish Universities Research and Reactor Centre), A1–A14

Bowes, D. R. and Khoury, S. G. 1965. Successive periods of basic dyke emplacement in the Lewisian complex south of Scourie, Sutherland. Scott. J. Geol., Vol.1, 295–299.

Bowes, D. R. and Wright, A. E. 1967. The explosion breccia pipes near Kentallen, Scotland and their geological setting. Trans. R. Soc. Edinburgh, Vol.67, 109–145.

Bowes, D. R., Wright, A. E. and Park, R. G. 1964. Layered intrusive rocks in the Lewisian of the North-west Highlands of Scotland. Q. J. Geol. Soc. London, Vol.120, 153–192.

Bowie, S. H. 1963. Report of the Atomic Energy Division. Geological Survey of Great Britain: Summary of progress for 1963, 75–76. (London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.)

Bowie, S. H., Dawson, J., Gallagher, M. J., and Ostle, D. 1966. Potassium-rich sediments in the Cambrian of Northwest Scotland. Trans. Inst. Min. Metall., Vol.75, B125–145; and discussion, Vol.76, B62–68.

Brand, P. J. 1965. New Lower Cambrian fossil localities in North-west Scotland. Scott. J. Geol., Vol.1, 285–287.

Brasier, M. D. 1977. An early Cambrian chert biota and its implications. Nature, London, Vol.268, 719–720.

Brewer, M. S., Brook, M., and Powell, D. 1977. Grenville events in the Moine rocks of the Northern Highlands, Scotland. J. Geol. Soc. London, Vol.133, 489–496.

Brewer, M. S., and Smythe, D. K. 1984. MOIST and the continuity of crustal reflector geometry along the Caledonian–Appalachian orogen. J. Geol. Soc. London, Vol.141, 105–120.

Bridgwater, D., Keto, L., McGregor, V. R., and Myers, J. S. 1976. Archaean gneiss complex of Greenland. In Escher, A., and Watt, W. S. (editors), Geology of Greenland, 18–75. (Copenhagen: Grønlands Geologiske Underscøgelse.)

Bridgwater, D., Watson, J., and Windley, B. F. 1973. The Archaean craton of the North Atlantic region. Philos. Trans. R. Soc., Ser.A., Vol.273, 493–512.

Brook, M., Brewer, M. S., and Powell, D. 1976. Grenville age for the rocks in the Moine of northwestern Scotland. Nature, London, Vol.260, 515–517.

Brook, M., Powell, D., and Brewer, M. S. 1977. Grenville events in Moine rocks of the Northern Highlands. J. Geol. Soc. London, Vol.133, 489–496.

Brook, M., and Rock, N. M. S. 1983. Caledonian ages for pegmatites from the Glen Urquhart serpentinite-metamorphic complex, Inverness-shire. Scott. J. Geol., Vol.19, 327–332.

Brookfield, M. E. 1976. The age of the Allt na Cuile Sandstone (Upper Jurassic) Sutherland. Scott. J. Geol., Vol.12, 181–186.

Brown, A. L., Dalziel., I. W. D., and Johnson, M. R. W. 1970. A review of the structure and stratigraphy of the Moinian at Ardgour, Moidart and Dunart– Argyll and Inverness-shire. Scott. J. Geol., Vol.6, 309–335.

Brown, P. E. 1967. Major element composition of the Loch Coire migmatite complex, Sutherland, Scotland. Contr. Mineral. Petrol., Vol.14, 1–26.

Brown, P. E. 1971. The origin of granitic sheets and veins of the Loch Coire migmatites, Scotland. Mineral. Mag., Vol.38, 446–450.

Brown, P. E. 1983. Caledonian and earlier magmatism. In Craig, G. Y. (editor), Geology of Scotland, 2nd edition. (Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press.)

Brown, P. E., Burns, D. J. 1966. Chemical and mineralogical changes associated with the Laxfordian metamorphism of dolerite dykes in the Scourie–Loch Laxford area, Sutherland, Scotland. Geol. Mag., Vol.103, 19–35.

Butler, B. C. M. 1961. Metamorphism and metasomatism of rocks of the Moine Series by a Dolerite plug in Glenmore, Ardnamurchan. Mineral. Mag., Vol.32, 866–897.

Butler, B. C. M. 1962. Biotite- and sphene-rich rocks in the Moine Series of Ardnamurchan, Argyllshire. Geol. Mag., Vol.99, 173–82.

Butler, B. C. M. 1965. A chemical study of some rocks of the Moine Series of Scotland. Q. J. Geol. Soc. London, Vol.121, 163–208.

Butler, R. W. H. 1982a. The terminology of structures in thrust belts. J. Struct. Geol., Vol.4, 239–245.

Butler, R. W. H. 1982b. A structural analysis of the Moine Thrust Zone between Loch Eriboll and Foinaven, NW Scotland. J. Struct. Geol., Vol.4, 19–29.

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Cheeney, R. F., and Matthews, D. W. 1965. The structural evolution of the Tarskavaig and Moine Nappes in Skye. Scott. J. Geol., Vol.1, 256–281.

Cheng, Y. C. 1944. The migmatite area around Bettyhill, Sutherland. Q. J. Geol. Soc. London, Vol.99, 107–54.

Chesher, J. A., and Lawson, D. 1983. The geology of the Moray Firth. Rep. Inst. Geol. Sci., No.83/5.

Chesher, J. A., Smythe, D. K., and Bishop, P. 1983. The geology of the Minches, Inner Sound and Sound of Raasay. Rep. Inst. Geol. Sci., No.83/6.

Christie, J. M. 1963. The Moine Thrust Zone in the Assynt region, Northwest Scotland. Univ. California Publ. Geol. Sci., Vol.49, 345–440.

Cliff, R. A., Gray, C. M., and Huhma, H. 1983. A Sm-Nd isotope study of the South Harris Igneous Complex, the Outer Hebrides. Contrib. Mineral. Petrol., Vol.82, 91–98.

Clifford, P. 1960. The geological structure of the Loch Luichart area, Ross-shire. Q. J. Geol. Soc. London, Vol.115, 365–388.

Clifford, T. N. 1957. The stratigraphy and structure of part of the Kintail district of southern Ross-shire — its relationship to the Northern Highlands. Q. J. Geol. Soc. London, Vol.113, 57–92.

Cloud, P., and Germs, A. 1971. New pre-Palaeozoic nannofossils from the Stoer Formation (Torridonian), northwest Scotland. Bull. Geol. Soc. Am., Vol.82, 3469–3474.

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Collins, A. G., and Donovan, N. R. 1977. The age of two Old Red Sandstone sequences in southern Caithness. Scott. J. Geol., Vol.13, 53–-57.

Cook, F. A., Albaugh, D. S., Brown, L. D., Kaufman, S., Oliver, J. E., and Hatcher, R. D. 1979. Thin-skinned tectonics in the crystalline southern Appalachians. COCORP reflection profiling of the Blue Ridge and Piedmont. Geology, Vol.7, 563–567.

Coope, G. R. 1977. Fossil coleopteran assemblages as sensitive indicators of climatic changes during the Devensian (last) cold stage. Philos. Trans. R. Soc. London, Vol.280B, 313–337.

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Cope, J. C. W., Duff, K. L., Parsons, C. F., Torrens, H. S., Wimbledon, W. A., and Wright, J. K. 1980. A correlation of Jurassic rocks in the British Isles. Part Two: Middle and Upper Jurassic. Spec. Rep. Geol. Soc. London, No.15.

Coward, M. P. 1969. The structural and metamorphic geology of South Uist, Outer Hebrides. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of London.

Coward, M. P. 1972. The Eastern Gneisses of South Uist. Scott. J. Geol., Vol.8, 1–12.

Coward, M. P. 1973a. The structure and origin of areas of anomalously low-intensity finite deformation in the basement gneiss complex of the Outer Hebrides. Tectonophysics, Vol.16, 117–140.

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Coward, M. P. 1983. The thrust and shear zones of the Moine Thrust Zone and the NW Scottish Caledonides. J. Geol. Soc. London, Vol.140, 795–811.

Coward, M. P., Francis, P. W., Graham, R. H., Myers, J. S., and Watson, J. 1969. Remnants of an early metasedimentary assemblage in the Lewisian Complex of the Outer Hebrides. Proc. Geol. Assoc., Vol.80, 387–408.

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