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  • ...666); d Brachiopods, large Gigantoproductids in the Sugar Sands Limestone, Stainmore Formation, at Sugar Sands Bay, Alnwick, Northumberland. (P643515); e Corals, a polish
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  • == Stainmore Formation == ...e relatively scarce. This northern Namurian sequence is now defined as the Stainmore Formation. Its base overlies the Pendleian Great Limestone Member (and correlatives);
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  • | STAINMORE FORMATION – LIMESTONE, SANDSTONE, SILTSTONE AND MUDSTONE | STAINMORE FORMATION – LIMESTONE, SANDSTONE, SILTSTONE AND MUDSTONE
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  • ...to two formations, the mainly Brigantian Alston Formation and the Namurian Stainmore Formation; the lithological characteristics of the constituent limestones differ betw == Stainmore Formation ==
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  • ...666); d Brachiopods, large Gigantoproductids in the Sugar Sands Limestone, Stainmore Formation, at Sugar Sands Bay, Alnwick, Northumberland. (P643515); e Corals, a polish
    14 KB (1,938 words) - 13:32, 6 May 2016
  • ...ormation straddles the Visean–Namurian chronostratigraphical boundary. The Stainmore Formation (which is only sparsely represented in southern Scotland) extends upwards t
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  • ...ormably overlain by sandstone — the ‘Hensingham Grit’ — at the base of the Stainmore Formation [[Media:P916067.jpg|(P916067)]].
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  • ...is is essentially a continuation of the lithofacies seen in the underlying Stainmore Formation of the Yoredale Group and it has, in the past, been referred to as ‘Mills
    22 KB (3,377 words) - 13:32, 6 May 2016
  • [[File:P916074.jpg|thumbnail|Representative sections and correlations for the Stainmore Formation, Yoredale Group. P916074.]]
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  • ...e that forms a prominent feature in Cumbria and the northern Pennines. The Stainmore Formation (C4) comprises more equal proportions of mudstone, sandstone and limestone,
    19 KB (2,854 words) - 17:07, 28 July 2015
  • ...666); d Brachiopods, large Gigantoproductids in the Sugar Sands Limestone, Stainmore Formation, at Sugar Sands Bay, Alnwick, Northumberland. (P643515); e Corals, a polish
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  • ...(Alston Formation) overlain by thick cyclothems of mudstone and sandstone (Stainmore Formation). Heights Quarry, Weardale, County Durham. P548113.]] ...Alston Formation is the thick and widespread Great Limestone. The Namurian Stainmore Formation (C4) overlies the Great Limestone; it is up to about 1000 m in thickness an
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  • In north-east England, the Yoredale Group’s Stainmore Formation constitutes a multilayered aquifer in which thick sandstone and limestone b
    11 KB (1,605 words) - 16:58, 5 May 2016
  • ...is some 120 m higher in the stratigraphy within the lower part of the Stainmore Formation. The sill’s horizon thence falls stratigraphically southwards to lie at a
    27 KB (4,153 words) - 16:41, 5 May 2016