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  • [[File:EGS_RUM_51.jpg|thumbnail|Geological map of the Canna Lava Formation on Fionchra and Bloodstone Hill, north-west Rum. Excursion 5. Ext ...yaloclastite deposit at the base of the Upper Fionchra Member of the Canna Lava Formation. Locality 5.5, north-east side of Fionchra. Scale: hammer head c.
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  • File:EGS RUM 52.jpg
    ...yaloclastite deposit at the base of the Upper Fionchra Member of the Canna Lava Formation. Locality 5.5, north-east side of Fionchra. Scale: hammer head c.
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  • File:EGS RUM 54.jpg
    ...oleiitic basaltic andesite (?icelandite?) lava flow (Guirdil Member, Canna Lava Formation). Locality 5.10, south side of Fionchra. Scale: hammer shaft: 30
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  • File:EGS RUM 53.jpg
    ...te in hyaloclastite deposits at base of Upper Fionchra Member of the Canna Lava Formation. Near Locality 5.5, Fionchra. Scale: c.20 cm in length. Figure 52
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  • File:EGS RUM 56.jpg
    ...val, overlain by lava flows of the Lower Fionchra and Orval members (Canna Lava Formation) forming dark exposures towards the end of the cliff. Fionchra is
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  • File:EGS RUM 57.jpg
    .... Orval (right distance) has a capping of lavas of the Orval Member, Canna Lava Formation, on granite. Peridotite belonging to the Central Intrusion crops
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  • The Canna Lava Formation on Rum ...anna Lava Formation in north-west Rum - an excursion|Excursion 5 The Canna Lava Formation in north-west Rum]] ==
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  • [[File:EGS_RUM_51.jpg|thumbnail|Geological map of the Canna Lava Formation on Fionchra and Bloodstone Hill, north-west Rum. Excursion 5. Ext ...yaloclastite deposit at the base of the Upper Fionchra Member of the Canna Lava Formation. Locality 5.5, north-east side of Fionchra. Scale: hammer head c.
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  • File:EGS RUM 51.jpg
    |description={{en|1=Geological map of the Canna Lava Formation on Fionchra and Bloodstone Hill, north-west Rum. Excursion 5, Ext
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  • ...trusion of the Am Màm Breccias; subsidence brings Broadford Beds and Eigg Lava Formation flows down ''c''.1 km within the MRF. | | Accumulation of the Canna Lava Formation (Skye Lava Group), with concomitant erosion of the Rum Central Complex.
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  • ...-rich pyroxene (ferri-fassaite), possibly derived from the metamorphism of lava amygdales (Faithfull, 1985). ...Ard Mheall. To the north-west, on Orval, lava flows belonging to the Canna Lava Formation rest on an irregular eroded surface of weathered microgranite (Ex
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  • [[File:P914119.png|thumbnail|Palaeogene central complexes, lava fields, sill-complexes and dyke swarms in western Scotland and north-east I The Palaeogene rocks that comprise the lava fields, dyke swarms, sill-complexes and central complexes of the Hebridean
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  • ...part of Rum (Emeleus, 1997). These older lavas may be outliers of the Mull Lava Field (see p. 69); in the same area, a much younger glassy porphyritic rhyo ...abundant in the conglomerates interbedded with lavas of the younger Canna Lava Formation. It is likely that a similar situation pertained in Skye as the S
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  • == Lava sequences == [[File:P914128.png|thumbnail|Vertical sections of the lava fields in the Hebridean Igneous Province P914128]]
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  • == Lava sequences == [[File:P914128.png|thumbnail|Vertical sections of the lava fields in the Hebridean Igneous Province P914128]]
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  • == Lava sequences == [[File:P914128.png|thumbnail|Vertical sections of the lava fields in the Hebridean Igneous Province P914128]]
    18 KB (2,821 words) - 12:24, 1 February 2018
  • ...ic plugs are much less common and occur principally within or close to the lava fields and central complexes. ...s hornfelses (Emeleus, 1997). The Muck dyke probably acted as a feeder for lava flows; prolonged passage of magma, maintaining high temperatures, is indica
    20 KB (3,175 words) - 12:19, 1 February 2018
  • ...rmittent burial of the developing topography by basaltic lavas of the Skye Lava Field (p. 67), and by the coarse detritus eroded from the central complex a ...iltstone and sandstone, and of altered basaltic lava derived from the Eigg Lava Formation, owe their preservation to subsidence within the Main Ring Fault.
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  • .... Gneiss clasts are common among the inter-lava conglomerates of the Canna Lava Formation of north-west Rum, but these have not been affected by thermal me ...the Glenfinnan Group, underlie and crop out along the eastern edge of the lava pile on Morvern.
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