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  • ...s. This phenomenon introduces local uncertainty as to the exact age of the Warwickshire Group strata and their stratigraphical relationship to apparently coeval, but unr At outcrop, about 290 m of the Warwickshire Group red beds are almost continuously exposed along the banks of the River Esk,
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  • ...the Scottish Coal Measures Group, the Pennine Coal Measures Group and the Warwickshire Group in the south of Scotland. P912356.]] ...s. This phenomenon introduces local uncertainty as to the exact age of the Warwickshire Group strata and their stratigraphical relationship to apparently coeval, but unr
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  • ...ures Group and the Warwickshire Group (formerly the Pennant Measures). The Warwickshire Group is absent in Pembrokeshire. ...s Lower, Middle and Upper Coal Measures formations (the latter part of the Warwickshire Group) and mostly comprises cyclic sequences of fluviodeltaic origin. These consi
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  • : 02 Base Warwickshire Group
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  • ...the Scottish Coal Measures Group, the Pennine Coal Measures Group and the Warwickshire Group in the south of Scotland. P912356.]] ...s. This phenomenon introduces local uncertainty as to the exact age of the Warwickshire Group strata and their stratigraphical relationship to apparently coeval, but unr
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  • ...s of up to 350 m, these rocks are overlain by reddened rocks, known as the Warwickshire Group, in which limestones are also developed and the coal seams become rare. The The Coal Measures and Warwickshire Group have been extensively mined in the past for coal, iron (from iron-rich laye
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  • ...edale Group and Millstone Grit Group in parts of northern England, and the Warwickshire Group replacing part of the South Wales Upper Coal Measures Formation in South Wa
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  • :02 – Base Warwickshire Group
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  • :: [[Warwickshire Group, Carboniferous, Northern England|Warwickshire Group]] ...iday, D W. 2006. The stratigraphy and sedimentology of Upper Carboniferous Warwickshire Group red-bed facies in the Canonbie area of SW Scotland. ''British Geological Su
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  • | '''WARWICKSHIRE GROUP – SILTSTONE AND SANDSTONE WITH SUBORDINATE MUDSTONE''' | '''WARWICKSHIRE GROUP – MUDSTONE, SILTSTONE, SANDSTONE, COAL, IRONSTONE AND FERRIC
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  • ...s. This phenomenon introduces local uncertainty as to the exact age of the Warwickshire Group strata and their stratigraphical relationship to apparently coeval, but unr At outcrop, about 290 m of the Warwickshire Group red beds are almost continuously exposed along the banks of the River Esk,
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  • ...the Scottish Coal Measures Group, the Pennine Coal Measures Group and the Warwickshire Group in the south of Scotland. P912356.]] ...ate Westphalian ‘red beds’ that in the Canonbie Coalfield form part of the Warwickshire Group (see below).
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  • ...al modelling work these would impose. This is contrary to Area 5 where the Warwickshire Group has been modelled due to lack of information.
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  • ...ckshire Group, Carboniferous of the Tweed and Northumberland–Solway basins|Warwickshire Group]]
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  • :: [[Warwickshire Group, Carboniferous, Northern England|Warwickshire Group]]
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  • ...s Group was succeeded in the Solway Basin by the red-bed succession of the Warwickshire Group. Jones, N S, Holliday, D W, and McKervey, J A. 2011. Warwickshire Group (Pennsylvanian) red-beds of the Canonbie Coalfield, England–Scotland bord
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  • ...tend to become more significant towards the Wrexham area. The unproductive Warwickshire Group overlies the coaliferous strata: ...d later flooded on abandonment of the collieries. Quality is better in the Warwickshire Group, with total dissolved solids concentrations up to 2000 mg l<sup>-1</sup>, a
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  • ...on years ago. Beneath this lies about 500 m of reddened rocks known as the Warwickshire Group. In this area these rocks only contain thin coal seams and comprise red-bro
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  • ...only overlain by younger layers dominated by red mudstones and sandstones (Warwickshire Group). These mudstones represent a significant brickclay resource and have been
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  • ...ogether are 300 to 250 million years old. Underlying them is a sequence of Warwickshire Group comprising red and grey mudstone, sandstone, coal beds and the occasional t
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  • ...n alkalinity and total dissolved solids away from the Pennant Sandsone and Warwickshire Group outcrop down-dip through Tirpentwys, Crumlin, Celynen and Penallta collieri
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  • ...up (SSG) for 50 m boreholes, SSG for 100 m boreholes, Upper Carboniferous (Warwickshire Group or Pennine Upper Coal Measures Group) for 600 m boreholes
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  • | Warwickshire Group&nbsp;—&nbsp;<br>siltstone and sandstone with subordinate mudstone | Warwickshire Group&nbsp;—&nbsp;<br>mudstone, siltstone, sandstone, coal, ironstone and ferri
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  • ...p sheets and base of Marros Group, South Wales Coal Measures Group and the Warwickshire Group data derived partly from interpreted geophysical data and partly from avail ...watering on the water table in the South Wales Coal Measures Group and the Warwickshire Group was negligible, i.e. mine dewatering affected the immediate area around a m
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  • | colspan="5" | Warwickshire Group (Calculated from depths West B-UVAR)
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  • ...sp;m&nbsp;OD in the model all belong to the upper Carboniferous to Permian Warwickshire Group. Mapping and borehole data has enabled these to be fully subdivided in this
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  • ...Carboniferous strata, with deep boreholes proving sedimentary rocks of the Warwickshire Group, Coal Measures, Millstone Grit and Craven Group at depth. | Carboniferous Warwickshire Group
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  • | Warwickshire Group&nbsp;—&nbsp;siltstone and sandstone with subordinate mudstone | Warwickshire Group&nbsp;—&nbsp;mudstone, siltstone, sandstone, coal, ironstone and ferricret
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  • ...g to the Carboniferous Millstone Grit, Coal Measures and lower part of the Warwickshire Group bedrock strata. These rocks represent potential barriers between exploratio
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  • ...ms (after Woodland and Evans, 1964). a–c South Wales Coal Measures Group d Warwickshire Group. P916193.]]
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  • ...the Scottish Coal Measures Group, the Pennine Coal Measures Group and the Warwickshire Group. P912356.]] Jones, N S, Holliday, D W, and McKervey, J A. 2011. Warwickshire Group (Pennsylvanian) red-beds of the Canonbie Coalfield, England–Scotland bord
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  • Jones, N S, Holliday, D W, and McKervey, J A. 2011. Warwickshire Group (Pennsylvanian) red-beds of the Canonbie Coalfield, England–Scotland bord
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  • ...ms (after Woodland and Evans, 1964). a–c South Wales Coal Measures Group d Warwickshire Group. P916193.]] ...16194)]]. The upper part of the sequence is dominated by lithic sandstone (Warwickshire Group) of Bolsovian and Westphalian D age, and is about 1500&nbsp;m thick. The lo
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  • ...oal Measures’ (now, in part, the Pennine Upper Coal Measures Formation and Warwickshire Group). Locally, the breccias were shown to be overlain by an argillaceous unit,
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  • ...and has been proposed as a convenient marker for the base of the overlying Warwickshire Group. ...iday, D W. 2006. The stratigraphy and sedimentology of Upper Carboniferous Warwickshire Group red-bed facies in the Canonbie area of SW Scotland. ''British Geological Su
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  • Jones, N S, Holliday, D W, and McKervey, J A. 2011. Warwickshire Group (Pennsylvanian) red-beds of the Canonbie Coalfield, England–Scotland bord
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  • Jones, N S, Holliday, D W, and McKervey, J A. 2011. Warwickshire Group (Pennsylvanian) red-beds of the Canonbie Coalfield, England–Scotland bord
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  • Jones, N S, Holliday, D W, and McKervey, J A. 2011. Warwickshire Group (Pennsylvanian) red-beds of the Canonbie Coalfield, England–Scotland bord
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  • Jones, N S, Holliday, D W, and McKervey, J A. 2011. Warwickshire Group (Pennsylvanian) red-beds of the Canonbie Coalfield, England–Scotland bord
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  • ...n. The expected stratigraphy of the Carboniferous section consists of: the Warwickshire Group, Pennine Coal Measures Group and Millstone Grit Group. ...also prove parts of the underlying Carboniferous succession including the Warwickshire Group, Coal Measures and Millstone Grit groups.
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  • Jones, N S, Holliday, D W, and McKervey, J A. 2011. Warwickshire Group (Pennsylvanian) red-beds of the Canonbie Coalfield, England–Scotland bord
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  • ...oxidation of the rock mineralogy. Farther south in the Pennine Basin, the Warwickshire Group ranges up into the Stephanian. ...iday, D W. 2006. The stratigraphy and sedimentology of Upper Carboniferous Warwickshire Group red-bed facies in the Canonbie area of SW Scotland. ''British Geological Su
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  • Jones, N S, Holliday, D W, and McKervey, J A. 2011. Warwickshire Group (Pennsylvanian) red-beds of the Canonbie Coalfield, England–Scotland bord
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  • ...rmably overlain by the Pennant Sandstone Formation — the lower part of the Warwickshire Group and here the lateral equivalent of the South Wales Upper Coal Measures Form
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  • | WARWICKSHIRE GROUP
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  • ...is due to iron oxidation, and coals are sparse in this facies. This is the Warwickshire Group (C8; formerly Barren Measures), which is found particularly on the margins
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  • ...iday, D W. 2006. The stratigraphy and sedimentology of Upper Carboniferous Warwickshire Group red-bed facies in the Canonbie area of SW Scotland. ''British Geological Su
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  • ...iday, D W. 2006. The stratigraphy and sedimentology of Upper Carboniferous Warwickshire Group red-bed facies in the Canonbie area of SW Scotland. ''British Geological Su
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  • ...are the late Westphalian to Stephanian red sandstones and mudstones of the Warwickshire Group (C8). These range up to about 500 m thick in the Craven Basin, across west
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  • Jones, N S, Holliday, D W, and McKervey, J A. 2011. Warwickshire Group (Pennsylvanian) red-beds of the Canonbie Coalfield, England–Scotland bord
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  • ...iday, D W. 2006. The stratigraphy and sedimentology of Upper Carboniferous Warwickshire Group red-bed facies in the Canonbie area of SW Scotland. ''British Geological Su
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  • ...ential as an oil reservoir and source rock. The Halesowen Formation of the Warwickshire Group is a known reservoir. There is an oil seep from Westphalian-aged sandstones ...bon source unit thickness is ~500&nbsp;m throughout the AOI. The overlying Warwickshire Group is about 50&nbsp;m in thickness, the Permian Appleby Group (Collyhurst Sand
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