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  • ...e the lavas lies the Ballagan Formation, which forms the upper part of the Inverclyde Group. This earliest Carboniferous sedimentary succession of the Tweed and Solway ...lithostratigraphical terminology. There (and across northern England) the Inverclyde Group is succeed by the Border Group, which includes the Lyne Formation, partly c
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  • ...he upper, cornstone-bearing part to the'' Kinnesswood Formation ''in the'' Inverclyde Group ''of late Devonian to early Carboniferous age. These sedimentary rocks are ...rlie grey micaceous sandstone. On Ben Bowie, 2 km east of Helensburgh, the Inverclyde Group, about 170 m thick, is overlain by a 60 m-thick volcanic sequence consistin
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  • ...it Formation of the Stratheden Group; (2) the Kinnesswood Formation of the Inverclyde Group; and (3) the sediments of the undifferentiated Strathclyde Group of the Car == 2. Kinnesswood Row: Kinnesswood Formation, Inverclyde Group ==
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  • ::: [[Inverclyde Group, Carboniferous of the Tweed and Northumberland–Solway basins| Inverclyde Group]]
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  • == Inverclyde Group == ...in many places Formation it remains ill defined. The oldest strata of the Inverclyde Group belong to the Kinnesswood Formation of Late Devonian (Famennian) to early T
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  • == Inverclyde Group ==
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  • ...ate. However, though assigned to the Carboniferous and included within the Inverclyde Group ([[Media:P912386.jpg|P912386]]), the lower part of the Kinnesswood Formatio ...giving rise to a conformable transition in south-east Scotland, within the Inverclyde Group, from the fluvial, calcrete and red-bed facies of the Kinnesswood Formation
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  • ...sequence in the Northumberland and Solway basins. There however, above the Inverclyde Group, the northern England stratigraphy applies with, in upward succession, the
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  • ...tone and argillaceous dolostone (‘cementstone’) of the Ballagan Formation (Inverclyde Group) exposed in Akenshaw Burn, Northumberland [NY 609 896] (S Arkley, P709473). ==== Inverclyde Group ====
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  • ...rnaisian lithofacies characteristic of the Midland Valley succession — the Inverclyde Group — extends southwards across the Scottish Border region into the northern ...saw rapid extensional subsidence during the Tournaisian deposition of the Inverclyde Group, with normal fault movement continuing through the Visean to influence depo
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  • | INVERCLYDE GROUP – SANDSTONE, SILTSTONE AND MUDSTONE
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  • ...G_TAB_05.jpg|(Table 5)]]; (2) strata belonging to the Balcomie Beds of the Inverclyde Group. ...and Browne (1980) correlated them with the Downie's Loup Sandstone of the Inverclyde Group in the Stirling area. The sequence of Area III is thought to belong to the
    15 KB (2,395 words) - 14:52, 29 May 2019
  • The Birrenswark and Kelso volcanic formations (Inverclyde Group) are the extrusive manifestations of Late Devonian to early Carboniferous m
    11 KB (1,559 words) - 15:09, 1 February 2018
  • ...g beds of Tournaisian mudstone, dolomitic limestone and sandstone from the Inverclyde Group (Ballagan Formation), seen in Ballagan Burn, Strathblane. P219228.]] '''At the base of the succession lies the Inverclyde Group''' (C1), of Tournaisian age. It is characterised by nodular carbonate beds
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  • === Inverclyde Group === ...oniferous strata in the Midland Valley are collectively referred to as the Inverclyde Group and comprise the Kinnesswood Formation and the Ballagan Formation' (formerl
    39 KB (5,756 words) - 10:19, 1 December 2015
  • == Inverclyde Group == ...developed. No fossils have been found in these rocks but they resemble the Inverclyde Group Downie's Loup Sandstone of the Stirling district (Browne 1980a). The andesi
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  • [[Carboniferous - Fife and Angus#Inverclyde Group|Inverclyde Group]]
    23 KB (3,663 words) - 18:30, 23 February 2019
  • ...etween Corrie and Glen Cloy. They range from sandstone and mudstone of the Inverclyde Group (Tournaisian) to siltstone, seatearth and sandstone of the Coal Measures (W
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  • ''Inverclyde Group''<br> Most of the groundwaters from the Inverclyde Group were of Ca-HCO<sub>3</sub> type. They typically have moderate HCO<sub>3</su
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  • ...eden Group sediments which, along the south side of the Howe, pass up into Inverclyde Group and very thin Strathclyde Group rocks where they are protected by the Midla
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