Geology

Category: 
Miscellaneous Abstracts
Year(s): 
1931
Comments: 
  • 668 The Assynt Carbonate. R. Threadgould, I. Parsons, B. Young. Earth Heritage Issue 1 (1994) pp. 25-26
  • 44 Barlangi Csepeges es a Beszivargas Kapcsolata a Bukk-Hegyseg Keleti Reszen B. Tivador. Karszt es Barlang I-II (1975) pp. 5-8
  • 1104 Ben Peach’s Scotland. A. Anderson. Institue of Geological Sciences (1980) 18pp
  • 1550 Buried Treasures. Constructing - and Deconstructing - Cave Formations.  S. Perkins (2006)  Science News, Vol.169 No.17, pp. 266-268
  • 1030  Calcrete Morphology and Karst Development in the Upper Old Red Sandstone at Milton Ness, Scotland. D.F. Balin. From Friend, P.F. & Williams, B.P.J. New Perspectives on the Old Red Sandstone.  Geol. Soc.London (2000) pp 485-501.
  • 148 The Carboniferous Limestone of the North Crop of the South Wales Coalfield. T. Robertson, T.N. George. Pan. Amer. Geol. XL (1) (1928) pp. 18-40
  • 734 Cave Deposits and Palaeoclimatology. G.T. Warwick. International Symposium of Speleology (1961)
  • 34 ‘Cave Pearls’, Oolites and Isolated Intrusions in Veins. C.S. Davidson, H.E. MacKinlay. Econom. Geol. XXVI (1931) p. 289
  • 65 Caves Formed in the Volcanic Rocks of Hungary. G.Y. Szenter. Karszt es Barlangkutatas VI (1971) pp. 117-128
  • 759 The Caves of Staffa. C. Whitehouse. Scottish Geog. Mag. 1887 (1887) pp. 497-521
  • 185 Cementation and Compaction of the Millstone Grit of the Central Pennines, England. M.D. Wright. Journal of Sedimen. Petrol. Vol. 34 No.4 (1964) pp. 756-760
  • 198 Classification of Carbonate Rocks. A Symposium. Ed. W.E. Hann. Amer. Assoc. Of Petrol. Geologists Memoir 1 (1962)
  • 1582 A Composite Annual-Resolution Stalagmite Record of North Atlantic Climate over the Last Three Millennia. A. Baker et al. Scientific Reports No.5, 8pp. (2015)
  • 138 Dating Sea Level in Caves. I.J. Winograd. Nature Vol. 343 (1990)
  • 729 Denudation in Limestone Regions: A Symposium. M.M. Sweeting, G.E. Groom, V.H. Williams, C.D. Pigott, D. Ingle-Smith, G.T. Warwick. Geog. Journal Vol. 131 Part 1 (1965)
  • 181 A Detailed Study of Microfacies in the Mid-Visean Limestones near Hartington, Derbyshire, England. H.E. Sadler. Journal of Sed. Petrol. Vol. 36 No.4 (1966) pp. 864-879
  • 585 Diatom Contributors of Coralloid Speleothems from Togawa-Sakaidani-Do Cave in Miyazaki Prefecture, Central Kyushu, Japan. N. Kashima, T. Irie, N. Kiroshita. Int. Journal of  Speleology 16 (1987) pp. 95-100
  • 724 Dry Valleys of the Southern Pennines, England. G.T. Warwick. Erdkunde, Archiv für wissenschaftliche Geographie Vol. XVIII Part 2 (1964)
  • 157 Early Diagenesis and Lithification in Carbonate Sediments. G.M. Friedman. Journal Sedim. Petrol. Vol. 34 No.4 (1964) pp. 777-813
  • 139 First Scottish Date from the Last Interglacial. T.J. Lawson. Scot. Journal of Geol. Vol. 17 No.4 (1981) pp. 301- 304. 3 copies
  • 159 Fluting and Faceting of Rock Fragments. J.H. Maxon
  • 569 Former Ice Movement in Assynt, Sutherland, as Shown by the Distribution of Glacial Erratics. T.J. Lawson. Scot. Journal of Geol. 26 (1) (1990) pp. 25-32
  • 945 Fragile Gems in Scotland’s Underworld. I. Young & T. Lawson. Earth Heritage No.21 (2004) pp 27-28.
  • 1451 Geo2, Newsletter, Geology and Geography Section, NSS of the USA, K.P. Fitzmaurice [Ed] Vol.24 No.2 59pp. (1997)
  • 1465 Geology from the Inside. A. L. Jeffreys  The Edinburgh Geologist, Magazine of the Edinburgh Geological Society No.54 (2013) pp. 23-26
  • 62 The Geology of Die Kelders Cave and Environs. A Palaeoenvironmental Study. A.J. Tankard, F.R. Schweitzer. South African Journal of Science Vol. 70 (1974) pp. 365-369
  • 1599 Geology of Luray Caverns. J.T. Hack & L.H. Durloo. 43pp. (1977)
  • 346 The Geology of Sarawak and Sabah Caves. E. Wilford. Geological Survey, Borneo Region. Bulletin No.6 (1964)
  • 278 The Geology of the Area Around Inchnadamph, Assynt. M. Ross. Fieldwork Report (1988)
  • 197 The Geology of the South Wales Coalfield. Part V: Merthyr Tydfil. T. Robertson, A. Strahan. HMSO (1932)
  • 745 Glacial Striae and Former Ice Movement: The Evidence from Assynt, Sutherland. T.J. Lawson. Scot. Journal of Geol. 32 (1) (1996) pp. 59-65
  • 1097 Guide to the Geological Model of Ingleborough and District. A. Strahan. Geological Survey of England and Wales   (1910)
  • 1253 Hidden Assets. P.F. Cossey. Earth Heritage No.28 (2007) pp.10-11
  • 350 Idrogeologia del Bacino Minerario dell’Iglesiente. Memoire dell’Instituto de Speleologia 2 Series II (1983)
  • 804 Inchnadamff, Sutherland, Scotland. G.S. Johnstone (1946) Report [to British Caver?]
  • 762 Ingleborough: The Carboniferous Rocks. T.M. Hughes. Proc. Yorkshire Geol. Soc. Vol. XVI Part III (1908)
  • 168 Karst Morphology of the Star Mountains (Central New Guinea) and Its Relation of Lithology and Climate. H. Kerstappen, I.T.C. Delft. Zeit. Geomorph. B 8 Heft 7 (1963) pp. 40-49
  • 1438 Lateral Variations and Linkages in Thrust Geometry: The Traligill Transverse Zone, Assynt Culmination, Moine Thrust Belt, N.W. Scotland. M. Krabbendam & A.G. Leslie. Geol. Soc. Special Publ. No.335, 30pp. (2009?)
  • 789  The Lewisian and Torridonian Rocks of North-West Scotland. A.J. Barber et al (1978) Geologists’ Association Guide No. 21
  • 179 Limestone Solution in the Papaloapan Basin, Mexico. B.C. Moneymaker. Journal, Tennessee Acad. Sci. XXIV (2) (1949) pp. 117-122
  • 829 Limestones of the Peak.  A Guide to the Limestone and Dolomite Resources of the Peak District. D.J. Harrison & K.A. McL. Adlam. British Geological Survey (1985)
  • 516 Loch Lomond Advance Glaciers in Assynt, Sutherland, and their Palaeoclimatic Implications. T.J. Lawson. Scot. Journal of Geol. 22 (3) (1985) pp. 289-298
  • 1257 The Lower Limestones of Renfrewshire and North Ayrshire. R.G. Carruthers & J.E. Richey. Trans. Geol. Soc. Glasgow, Vol. XV Part 2 (1915), pp. 249-264.
  • 60 A Model of Subterranean Limestone Erosion in the British Isles Based on Hydrology. M.D. Newson. Trans. Inst. Brit. Geographers 54 (1971) pp. 55-68
  • 1464 National Geoscience Data Centre. British Geological Survey (2009)
  • 508 The Nature and Origin of Limestone Porosity. R.B. Hohlt. Quart. Colorado School of Mines 43 (4) (1948) pp. 5- 51
  • 149 The Nature of the Millstone Grit-Carboniferous Limestone Junction of a Part of the North Crop of the South Wales Coalfield. T.R. Owen, D.G. Jones. Proc. Geol. Soc. Vol. 72 No.2 (1961) pp. 239-249
  • 1457 The Netherworld of Mendip. A Geological Overview. J. Hanwell. Wells Museum (2013)
  • 1147 Northern Rocks. The North Pennines Festival of Geology and Landscape. Handbook (2008)
  • 517 A Note on the Significance of a Red Soil on Dolomite in N.W. Scotland. T.J. Lawson. Quaternary Newsletter 40 (1983) pp. 10-12
  • 31 Note sur la Presence de l’Allophane des Monts Apuseni. V. Iosal, D. Corman, R. Isaac. Trav. Inst. Speleo. Emile Racovitza XIII (1974) pp. 183-189
  • 158 Notes on the Millstone Grit of the North Crop of the South Wales Coalfield. D.G. Evans, R.O. Jones. Geol. Mag. LXVI (3) (1929) pp. 164-177
  • 161 Observations on Indiana Caves, Farrington. Field Columbian Museum Geology No. 1 (1901) pp. 247-266
  • 884 On the Geognosy and Mineralogy of Scotland. M.F. Heddle. Abstract: Mineralogical Magazine Vol.4, pp 169-176
  • 1555 The Origin and Form of Hoarfrost. Anon (1905) Scientific American Vol.92 No.7, pp. 145-146
  • 1554 Please Do Not Steal the Stalactites. E.S. Turner (1967) Punch No. 253, pp. 132-134
  • 187 Pothole Erosion. H.S. Alexander. Journal of Geology XL (4) (1932) pp. 305-337
  • 1600 Radon Underground. Radon Exposure During Underground Trips. A Set of Guidelines. BCA [2nd Ed] 22pp. (2012)
  • 747 Rate of Glacial Valley Deepening During the Late Quaternary in Assynt, Scotland. N. Hebden, T.C. Atkinson, T.J. Lawson, I.R. Young. Prelim Paper (1996)
  • 700 A Recently Discovered Cavity in a Dyke in the Northumberland Coalfield. B.A.O. Randall, J.M. Jones. The Mining Engineer 65 (1966) pp. 309-317
  • 701 Sideronatrite from Mineralised Cavities in the Rising Sun Colliery, Backworth, Northumberland. B.A.O. Randall, J.M. Jones. Mineralogical Mag. 35 (1966) pp. 983-990
  • 178 Similitude in Direct and Thought Experiments in Cave Geology. R.A. Watson. NSS Bulletin 27 (3) (1965) pp. 65-73
  • 180 The Solution Kinetics of Calcite. P.K. Weyl. Journal of Geol. 66 (1958) pp. 163-176
  • 173 Solution Subsidence in S.E. Carmarthenshire and S.W. Breconshire. T.M. Thomson Institute of Brit. Geographers Trans. No. 33 (1963)pp. 45-60
  • 167 Solution Subsidence Outliers of Millstone Grit on the Carboniferous Limestone of the North Crop of the South Wales Coalfield. T.M. Thomas. Geol. Mag. XCL (3) (1954) pp. 220-226
  • 156 Some High-Calcium Limestones in Kansas. R.T. Runnels. State Geol. Survey of Kansas, Bull. 90 (1951) pp. 77- 104
  • 176 Some Solutional Features of the Limestone near Lexington, Kentucky. D.K. Hamilton. Econ. Geol. XLIII (7) (1948) pp. 39-52
  • 188 Stream Fluting and Stream Erosion. J.H. Maxson, I. Campbell. Journal of Geol. XLIII (7) (1935) pp. 729-753
  • 163 Subdriver Solution Cavities in the Tennessee Valley. B.C. Moneymaker. Journal of Geol. XLIX (1) (1941) pp. 74-86
  • 733 A Subterranean Knickpoint and Associated Gravels in Clapham Cave, Yorkshire, England. G.T. Warwick. 4th International Congress of Speleology. Proc. (1968)
  • 175 Swallow Holes on the Millstone Grit and Carboniferous Limestone of the South Wales Coalfield. T.M. Thomas. Geog. Journal CXX (1954) pp. 468-475
  • 40 Symposium International de la Commission de Physico-Chimie du Karst. Annales de Speleologie 30(4) (1975) pp. 560-565
  • 719 Vermiculations in Poole’s Cavern, Buxton. G.T. Warwick. CRG Newsletter 79/80 (1959) pp. 14-17

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