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    Low-temperature effects of the Skye tertiary intrusions on Mesozoic sediments in the Sea of Hebrides basin

    Lewis, C.L.E. and Carter, Andrew and Hurford, A.J. (1995) Low-temperature effects of the Skye tertiary intrusions on Mesozoic sediments in the Sea of Hebrides basin. In: Parnell, J. (ed.) Basins On The Atlantic Seaboard: Petroleum Geology, Sedimentology and Basin Evolution. London, UK: The Geological Society, pp. 175-188. ISBN 9780903317764.

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    Abstract

    Book synopsis: This volume represents a multi-disciplinary research effort into the development of basins of Carboniferous to Tertiary age on the North West Seaboard of the British Isles and includes 30 contributions from oil company personnel, university research groups, consultants and geological surveys. The series of basins which stretches from west of Shetland to the west coast of Ireland constitutes one of the largest basin systems in Europe. Regions covered in this volume include the Hebrides, offshore N Ireland/SW Scotland, onshore N Ireland, the Porcupine Basin and the Celtic Seas. All of these regions are attracting the attention of hydrocarbon exploration programmes and have already seen drilling activity. This interest is reflected in papers on basin burial and thermal histories, source rock potential, depositional models for reservoir rocks and diagenetic studies. Beyond the British Isles, papers are included on the NE Atlantic Seaway and the Canadian Margin, and several authors make comparisons between the Canadian and European Margins. The models and data reported in the volume will be of value to all concerned with an area which has an important future both in hydrocarbon exploration and in fundamental research into basin evolution.

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    Item Type: Book Section
    School: School of Science > Earth and Planetary Sciences
    Depositing User: Sarah Hall
    Date Deposited: 06 Aug 2019 10:39
    Last Modified: 28 Jul 2020 09:45
    URI: https://eprints.bbk.ac.uk/id/eprint/28462

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