|Statement||C.G. Smith [et al.].|
|Series||Mineral Reconnaissance Programme report -- No. 93|
|Contributions||Smith, C. G., British Geological Survey.|
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The current best estimate for the age of deposition of the oldest Dalradian rocks, adopted in this special issue, is about Ma. The youngest strata that can be assigned to the Dalradian has been a matter of recent debate, but it is now generally accepted that there is stratigraphical and structural continuity through from undisputed Dalradian strata into fossiliferous strata of Early Cited by: Pb-Zn and Minor U Mineralization at Tyndrum, Scotland Article (PDF Available) in Mineralogical Magazine 49() December with 53 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The Dalradian rocks of Scotland: An introduction Article in Proceedings of the Geologists Association (s 1–2):3–82 January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Metasedimentary rocks of the Easdale and Crinan subgroups in the Argyll Group contain stratabound deposits of baryte, barium silicates, base metal sulphides and chromian minerals at locations over some km of the regional lisation is recognisable in at least six horizons despite Caledonian deformation and amphibolite-grade metamorphism (Smith et al., ).
Mineralisation in the Dalradian of Scotland includes stratabound Zn–Pb mineralisation in the Argyll Group (Gunn et al., , Scott et al., ), base metal vein mineralisation that occurs throughout the Dalradian but in particular in the SW Highland and on Islay (Anderson et al., , Baron and Parnell, , Gunn et al., ), Au vein mineralisation such as at the Cononish Mine near Tyndrum (Fig. Cited by: Precambrian age. Several recent discoveries of potentially economic gold mineralisation hosted by Dalradian rocks have been made in Scotland and Northern Ireland. The most important examples in Scotland are found at Cononish near Tyndrum (Pattrick et al., ; Parker, ) and at Calliachar. Sulphur isotopic data are presented for the four horizons of stratabound mineralisation in the Argyll Group Dalradian (Vendian) of the Central Highlands of Scotland. The styles of mineralisation reflect the stratigraphic and tectonic evolution of the Dalradian by: 9. The Dalradian rocks of the central Grampian Highlands of Scotland Article in Proceedings of the Geologists Association (s 1–2)– January with 60 Reads How we measure 'reads'.