volume 15, issue 2, P81-96 1979
DOI: 10.1144/sjg15020081
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Abstract: SYNOPSISAeolian sandstones of Lower Permian age occur in the centres of faultbounded intermontane basins in the southern Uplands of Scotland. At Locharbriggs, Dumfriesshire, three quarries expose vertical faces up to 20 metres high and 150 metres long in which the aeolian cross-lamination is cut by three different bounding surfaces of different hierarchical order. These surfaces indicate that the aeolian sandstones can be interpreted in terms of dunes climbing over larger bedforms called draas. Analysis of th…

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