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A further detailed assessment (MAR 149) was completed following the summary assessment report. It describes sand and gravel resources around Strachan, Auchenblae and Catterline (Auton et al., 1990).
 
A further detailed assessment (MAR 149) was completed following the summary assessment report. It describes sand and gravel resources around Strachan, Auchenblae and Catterline (Auton et al., 1990).
  
The assessment surveys carried out between 1977 and 1990 were commissioned by the Scottish Development Department of the Scottish Office. Those since 1981 were funded by a consortium, which also included the Regional and District councils and representatives of the local aggregates industry. The number of boreholes, trial pits, workings and natural sections examined, and of resistivity soundings taken, during the course of each assessment is shown in the table below.
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The assessment surveys carried out between 1977 and 1990 were commissioned by the Scottish Development Department of the Scottish Office. Those since 1981 were funded by a consortium, which also included the Regional and District councils and representatives of the local aggregates industry. The number of boreholes, trial pits, workings and natural sections examined, and of resistivity soundings taken, during the course of each assessment is shown in yje table below.
  
 
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