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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. Extract from ...in a hyaloclastite 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.15 cm.]]
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  • ...Bell, 1994). The lavas of Canna, Sanday and north-west Rum, comprising the Canna Lava Formation, are considered to be outliers of the Skye Lava Field (Emeleus, 1997). A se ...gs are 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 Skye Centra
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  • ...olcanic districts of Scotland|Skye Lava Group]] on Skye, and including the Canna Lava Formation on Canna, Sanday and north-west Rum
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  • :: Skye Lava Group on Skye, and including the Canna Lava Formation on Canna, Sanday and north-west Rum ...together with their evolved differentiates, occur within the lavas of the Canna Lava Formation and are interleaved with fluviatile conglomerate–sandstone sequences, thu
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  • The lavas of the Canna Lava Formation preserved in north-west Rum, which belong to the Skye Lava Group (Williamso ...ism between emplacement of the Rum Central Complex and accumulation of the Canna Lava Formation could be one result of pulsed activity.
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  • | | Accumulation of the Canna Lava Formation (Skye Lava Group), with concomitant erosion of the Rum Central Complex. | | Long Loch Fault (final movement); faults in Canna Lava Formation.
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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. Extract from ...in a hyaloclastite 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.15 cm.]]
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  • ...olcanic districts of Scotland|Skye Lava Group]] on Skye, and including the Canna Lava Formation on Canna, Sanday and north-west Rum
    18 KB (2,821 words) - 11:24, 1 February 2018
  • With few exceptions (e.g. the Canna Lava Formation in north-west Rum and on Canna and Sanday), the majority of the dykes in th ...ast-trending dykes of olivine basalt and dolerite intrude the flows of the Canna Lava Formation. They are either late members of the Rum Subswarm or, more likely, related
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  • ...elting. 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 metamorphism
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  • The Canna Lava Formation on Rum == [[Canna Lava Formation in north-west Rum - an excursion|Excursion 5 The Canna Lava Formation in north-west Rum]] ==
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  • ...v and 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 (Excursion 5) ...of Rum, which are part of the Rum Swarm and do not cut the lavas. The post-Canna Lava Formation dykes also differ from the majority of igneous rocks on Rum in that several
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  • ...is massif was subjected to intense erosion. At the same time, lavas of the Canna Lava Formation, derived from sources outwith Rum, were ponded in the developing valley and
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