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The sedimentology of the middle, underset and crow limestones of the mid-Carboniferous Yoredale group on the Askrigg block

The sedimentology of the middle, underset and crow limestones of the mid-Carboniferous Yoredale group on the Askrigg block
The sedimentology of the middle, underset and crow limestones of the mid-Carboniferous Yoredale group on the Askrigg block

The best outcrops were measured and described in detail. From samples collected large area stained thin sections were made for microscopic study. X-ray diffraction, X-ray fluorescence and electron microscopy were used for specific investigation of certain samples.

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Cousins, John
Cousins, John

Cousins, John (1976) The sedimentology of the middle, underset and crow limestones of the mid-Carboniferous Yoredale group on the Askrigg block. University of Southampton, Doctoral Thesis.

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The best outcrops were measured and described in detail. From samples collected large area stained thin sections were made for microscopic study. X-ray diffraction, X-ray fluorescence and electron microscopy were used for specific investigation of certain samples.

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Published date: 1976

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/462417
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Author: John Cousins

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