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The Caledonides of the Anglo-Brabant Massif reviewed

  • T. C. Pharaoh (a1), S. G. Molyneux (a1), R. J. Merriman (a1), M. K. Lee (a1) and J. Verniers (a2)...

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The Anglo–Brabant Massif has formed a positive structural element since the Acadian orogenic phase in mid–Devonian times. As a consequence, the Caledonian basement lies at relatively shallow depth across the massif, encompassing a large area of southern Britain, the southern North Sea, southern Netherlands, Belgium and northern France (Fig.1).

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Andre, L., Herbosch, A., Vanguestaine, M. & Verniers, J. 1991. Proceedings of the International Meeting on the Caledonides of the Midlands and the Brabant Massif. Annales de la Société Géologique de Belgique 114, 1282.

The Caledonides of the Anglo-Brabant Massif reviewed

  • T. C. Pharaoh (a1), S. G. Molyneux (a1), R. J. Merriman (a1), M. K. Lee (a1) and J. Verniers (a2)...

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