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  • The Visean to Namurian Yoredale Group is characterised by repeated upward-coarsening sedimentary cycles (‘Yored ...ey in Lancashire. Across the Alston Block and in the Stainmore Trough, the Yoredale Group is divided into two formations, the mainly Brigantian Alston Formation and
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  • The Yoredale Group does not crop out in the Scottish sector of the Tweed Basin sensu stricto, The lowest division of the Yoredale Group is the Tyne Limestone Formation, a sequence of highly variable, marine to d
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  • ...ges to the attribution of the Group Level stratigraphy, for example to the Yoredale Group and Millstone Grit Group in parts of northern England, and the Warwickshire
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  • ...e changes in depositional environment ([[Media:P912353.jpg|P912353]]). The Yoredale Group is divided, in upward sequence, into the Tyne Limestone, Alston and Stainmo The Yoredale Group is succeeded in the Langholm–Canonbie area of the Scottish Borders by Wes
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  • :: [[Yoredale Group, Visean to Namurian, Carboniferous, Northern England|Yoredale Group, Visean to Namurian]]
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  • | '''YOREDALE GROUP – LIMESTONE WITH SUBORDINATE SANDSTONE AND ARGILLACEOUS ROCKS'' | style="background-color: #c4d79b;" | '''Yoredale Group Shales'''
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  • ...ta high in the Pennine Lower Coal Measures Formation rest unconformably on Yoredale Group rocks. There is also evidence for at least one unconformity in the overlyin ...r Coal Measures (Langsettian) rest unconformably on Namurian strata of the Yoredale Group. In common with the situation seen in other coalfields of Formation the reg
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  • ...oredale Group, Carboniferous of the Tweed and Northumberland–Solway basins|Yoredale Group]]
    12 KB (1,685 words) - 14:13, 1 February 2018
  • :: [[Yoredale Group, Visean to Namurian, Carboniferous, Northern England|Yoredale Group, Visean to Namurian]]
    14 KB (1,789 words) - 13:20, 5 May 2016
  • ...re cyclically interbedded with sandstones, mudstones and thin coals of the Yoredale Group. In the northern half of the Eden catchment Upper Carboniferous Millstone G The limestones within the Yoredale Group and the Great Scar Limestone Group have undoubted fracture permeability as
    10 KB (1,539 words) - 11:32, 29 July 2016
  • The Yoredale Group does not crop out in the Scottish sector of the Tweed Basin sensu stricto, The lowest division of the Yoredale Group is the Tyne Limestone Formation, a sequence of highly variable, marine to d
    12 KB (1,801 words) - 16:10, 1 February 2018
  • ...Quarry (NY 880 793) near Birtley, which has recently re-opened. Elsewhere, Yoredale Group sandstone is quarried near Nenthead, Cumbria, and at several quarries in th
    9 KB (1,391 words) - 15:42, 5 May 2016
  • ...Waterbeck Fault, north of Annan ([[Media:P912349.jpg|P912349]]). It throws Yoredale Group strata down to the south-east and cuts out parts of the Border Group format
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  • ...ere subject to regular marine incursion and accumulation of carbonate. The Yoredale Group is divided into three main formations on the relative proportions of the ma ...esented by black mudstone rather than the limestone that is typical of the Yoredale Group.
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  • The Visean to Namurian Yoredale Group is characterised by repeated upward-coarsening sedimentary cycles (‘Yored ...ey in Lancashire. Across the Alston Block and in the Stainmore Trough, the Yoredale Group is divided into two formations, the mainly Brigantian Alston Formation and
    29 KB (4,282 words) - 13:32, 6 May 2016
  • ...ic sandstone and shallow marine mudstone and closely resemble the Namurian Yoredale Group of northern England (see below). In north-east Antrim, the Ballycastle Grou [[Image:P548113.jpg|thumb|200px|The Yoredale Group: the Great Limestone (Alston Formation) overlain by thick cyclothems of mud
    30 KB (4,419 words) - 13:31, 30 January 2015
  • | Yoredale Group&nbsp;—&nbsp;<br>limestone with subordinate sandstone and argillaceous roc | Yoredale Group shales
    54 KB (8,031 words) - 10:09, 4 May 2017
  • | Yoredale Group-limestone with subordinate sandstone and argillaceous rocks | Yoredale Group shales
    59 KB (8,826 words) - 12:31, 3 December 2019
  • ...lawhill (NY 426 789), where Brigantian limestones of the Alston Formation (Yoredale Group) were extracted by both opencast quarrying and through underground workings
    9 KB (1,370 words) - 16:10, 1 February 2018
  • ...Great Scar Limestone Group but may possibly be more closely related to the Yoredale Group; a broadly Dinantian or early Namurian age is the best biostratigraphical e ...age, and are succeeded by the uppermost Asbian to Brigantian strata of the Yoredale Group. An exception to this pattern is seen in west Cumbria where the Eskett Lime
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  • ...nail|Representative sections and correlations for the Stainmore Formation, Yoredale Group. P916074.]]
    19 KB (2,672 words) - 13:32, 6 May 2016
  • ...ation of the lithofacies seen in the underlying Stainmore Formation of the Yoredale Group and it has, in the past, been referred to as ‘Millstone Grit’. Above th
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