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Exciting new research from the Journal of the Geological Society, with two papers exploring the site of the biggest meteorite impact to hit the UK, 1.2 billion years ago.
The Stac Fada Member deposits near the village of Stoer are strange to a geologist's eyes: greenish-grey rocks flecked with fragments of glass squeezed and folded in between blocky layers of the Torridonian sandstone that characterises the area. How did they get there?
For years, the best explanation was volcanism, which fits with the presence of glassy minerals in the rocks, but even then, the intricacies of the rocks defied easy interpretation...but now that has all changed... Find out more about this fascinating research ...
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|1||1002||Fossil Biomass preserved as graphitic carbon in a late Paleoproterozoic banded iron formation metamorphosed at more than 550°
|Dominic Papineau, Bradley T. De Gregorio, James Sagar, Richard Thorogate, Jianhua Wang, Larry Nittler, David A. Kilcoyne, Hubertus Marbach, Martin Drost and Geoff Thornton|
|1||350||Heavy hydrocarbon fate and transport in the environment
|David M. Brown, Matthijs Bonte, Richard Gill, James Dawick and Peter J. Boogaard|
|1||82||Catchment-based gold prospectivity analysis combining geotechnical, geophysical and geological data across northern Australia
|M.J. Cracknell and P. de Caritat|
|1||213||Linking natural fractures to karst cave development: a case study combining drone imagery, a natural cave network and numerical modelling
|Quinten Boersma, Rahul Prabhakaran, Francisco Hilario Bezerra and Giovanni Bertotti|
|1||399||New theropod dinosaur teeth from the Middle Jurassic of the Isle of Skye, Scotland
|Chloe M. E. Young, Christophe Hendrickx, Thomas J. Challands, Davide Foffa, Dugald A. Ross, Ian B. Butler and Stephen L. Brusatte|
|1||261||The Chalk of the Northern Province: a synopsis
|S.K. Donovan and S.G. Molyneux|
|1||1055||Why is Africa rifting?
|J.-Michael Kendall and Carolina Lithgow-Bertelloni|