A. McL. Adlam, D. J. Harrison, J. B. L. Wild. EA34120 Welsh Mineral Resources.
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The hard-rock resources of the country around Caerphilly, South Wales. This assessment of hard-rock resources in the Caerphilly area, north of Cardiff, is based on the study of borehole cores and surface samples of Pennant sandstone (Upper Coal Measures) and also Millstone Grit and Old Red Sandstone. The rocks are classified on their aggregate properties. Pennant Sandstone shows little variation in its properties, although the effects of weathering and the.
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South Wales has a written record of geological interest going back to the 12th century when Giraldus Cambrensis noted . Southern Carmarthenshire and the western part of the South Wales Coalfield was affected to a lesser extent.
South Wales has a written record of geological interest going back to the 12th century when Giraldus Cambrensis noted pyritous shales near Newport. George Owen in 1603 correctly identified the stratigraphic relationship between the Carboniferous Limestone and the Coal Measures. Some of the first published representations of fossils were those of fossil plants taken from coal measures near Neath (Gibson late 17th century). Old Caledonoid weaknesses such as the Neath Disturbance were reactivated at this time.
Geology of the Country Around Sunderland Memoir for the 1:50 000 geological sheet 21 (England and Wales). Series: British Geological Survey Memoirs. The district described in Geology of the Country Around Sunderland comprises Wearside and parts of south Tyneside, and is dominated by the built-up area which extends from Sunderland north-westwards to Wallsend. The predominantly urban landscape is offset by an attractive coastline along which fine exposures of the Permian Magnesian Limestone are seen in spectacular cliffs, stacks and natural arches.
Part of the Springer Textbooks in Earth Sciences . These descriptions include both the commodities and the geology of the deposits. B of Mineral deposit models for resource assessment: . Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2010–5070–B, 169 . oogle Scholar.
Part of the Springer Textbooks in Earth Sciences, Geography and Environment book series (STEGE). Previously, the evolutionary concepts about the origin of mineral deposits are established, giving a special consideration to the neptunism-plutonism controversy in the nineteenth century and the influence of plate tectonics theories in the genesis of mineral deposits.