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  • [[File:P912356.jpg|thumbnail|Representative sections and correlations for the Scottish Coal Measures Group, the Pennine Coal Measures Group and the Warwickshire Group in the south of
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  • [[File:P912356.jpg|thumbnail|Representative sections and correlations for the Scottish Coal Measures Group, the Pennine Coal Measures Group and the Warwickshire Group in the south of
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  • == Upper Coal Measures (now known as the Scottish Coal Measures Group) ==
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  • ===Scottish Coal Measures Group===
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  • ...ues for the Clackmannan Group (Passage to Lower Limestone formations) and Scottish Coal Measures Group within the Clyde Gateway area, and a total of 34 values. All the values are
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  • ...sting borehole data). The bedrock part of the succession is typical of the Scottish Coal Measures Group. Coal mining is not recorded by mine abandonment plans in the vicinity of G
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  • [[File:P912356.jpg|thumbnail|Representative sections and correlations for the Scottish Coal Measures Group, the Pennine Coal Measures Group and the Warwickshire Group. P912356.]] ...upra-Ordovician unconformity and the unconformity at the local base of the Scottish Coal Measures Group. The mudstones and calcareous siltstones contain plant remains and a marine
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  • ...tificial (made) ground. These deposits rest on approximately 300 m of Scottish Coal Measures Group bedrock. Underlying this are the older Carboniferous strata of the Clackman ...ottish Upper, Middle and Lower Coal Measures formations of the Westphalian Scottish Coal Measures Group (e.g. Table 2; Figure 5). These lithologically variable sedimentary rocks a
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  • '''Mined Coal Measures — '''The Scottish Coal Measures Group is characterised by coal-bearing fluvio-deltaic sedimentary rocks in cyclic ...for the research site, looking west, model to depth of c. 300 m. The Scottish Coal Measures Group is represented in the black to orange colours. Superficial and artificial d
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  • [[File:P688593.jpg|thumbnail|Plant fossils from the Scottish Coal Measures Group, Sanquhar outlier. a ''Sphenopteris nummularia'' utbier. P688593.]] [[File:P688051.jpg|thumbnail|Plant fossils from the Scottish Coal Measures Group, Sanquhar outlier. ''Sigillaria'' sp. P688051.]]
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  • | Carboniferous – ''Scottish Coal Measures Group'' | Carboniferous – ''Scottish Coal Measures Group''
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  • [[File:P912356.jpg|thumbnail|Representative sections and correlations for the Scottish Coal Measures Group, the Pennine Coal Measures Group and the Warwickshire Group. P912356.]]
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  • The main geological formations which have been mined for coal are the Scottish Coal Measures Group and parts of the Clackmannan Group (with the significant exception of the P
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  • The quarry produced Carboniferous sandstone from the Scottish Coal Measures Group. This bedrock unit crops out extensively in the Midland Valley of Scotland,
    13 KB (2,101 words) - 10:20, 1 February 2016
  • The Lowstone Marine Band is the local base of the Scottish Coal Measures Group. About 400 m of Coal Measures are preserved in the Clackmannan Syncline. At
    35 KB (5,181 words) - 14:46, 29 May 2019
  • ...sulating behaviour of certain formations such as the bulk behaviour of the Scottish Coal Measures Group
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  • ...k. Below this, the uppermost bedrock unit is the sedimentary Carboniferous Scottish Coal Measures Group, which comprises a repetitive sequence of sandstone, siltstone, mudstone, s
    41 KB (5,968 words) - 16:32, 12 December 2019
  • ...atively high amplitude and continuous seismic reflections representing the Scottish Coal Measures Group (Figure 11; Figure 12; Figure 15). ...ew image of the 7 by 4 km bedrock model to depths of -500 m. The Scottish Coal Measures Group is represented in the black to orange colours. The Passage, Upper Limestone
    86 KB (12,877 words) - 16:23, 12 December 2019
  • ...area is underlain by a sequence of Carboniferous sedimentary rocks of the Scottish Coal Measures Group comprising repeated sequences of sandstone, siltstone, mudstone, seat-earth
    65 KB (9,948 words) - 16:27, 12 December 2019