GENERAL REFERENCES - UK Onshore


Bristow C.S. (1988) Controls on the sedimentation of the Rough Rock Group (Namurian) from the Pennine Basin of northern England. In: Sedimentation in a synorogenic basin complex (Ed. by B.M. Besly and G. Kelling) pp. 114-131. Blackie, Glasgow.

Bristow C.S. and Myers K.J. (1989) Detailed sedimentology and gamma-ray characteristics of a Namurian deltaic succession I: Sedimentology and facies analysis. In: Deltas: Sites and traps for fossil fuels. (Ed. by M.K.G. Whateley and K.T. Pickering) pp. 75-80. Spec. Publ. Geol. Soc. London. 41.

Bristow C.S. (1993) Sedimentology of the Rough Rock: a Carboniferous braided river sheet sandstone in northern England. In: Braided Rivers (Ed. by J.L. Best & C.S. Bristow) pp. 291-304. Spec. Publ. Geol. Soc. London. 75.

Cameron G.I.F., Collinson J.D., Rider M.H. and Xu L. (1993) Analogue dipmeter logs through a prograding deltaic sandbody In: Advances in Reservoir Geology (Ed. by M. Ashton) pp. 195-217. Spec. Publ. Geol. Soc. London. 69.

Chisholm J.I. (1990) The Upper Band-Better Bed sequence (Lower Coal Measures, Westphalian A) in the central and south Pennine area of England. Geol. Mag. 127, 55-74

Collinson J.D. (1969) The sedimentology of the Grindslow Shales and Kinderscout Grit, a deltaic complex in the Namurian of northern England. J sedim. Petrol. 39, 194-221.

Collinson J.D. (1970) Deep channels, massive beds and turbidity current genesis in the Central Pennine Basin. Proc. Yorks. Geol. Soc. 37, 495-520.

Collinson J.D. & Banks N.L. (1975) The Haslingden Flags (Namurian G1) of south-east Lancashire: bar finger sands in the Pennine Basin. Proc. Yorkshire Geol. Soc., 40, 431-458.

Collinson, J.D., 1978. Vertical sequence and sand body shape in alluvial sequences. in Miall, A.D. ed. , Fluvial Sedimentology: Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists Memoir 5, p. 577-588.

Collinson Jones Consultanting, 1995. Upper Carboniferous sandbodies at outcrop and in the onshore subsurface of Northern England as analogues for the Southern North Sea. Report for Amoco (UK) Exploration Co.

Elliott T. (1975) The sedimentary history of a delta lobe from a Yoredale (Carboniferous) cyclothem. Proc. Yorks. Geol. Soc. 40, 505-536.

Guion P.D., Banks N.L. & Rippon J.H. (1995) The Silkstone Rock (Westphalian A) from the east Pennines, England; implications for sand body genesis. J. Geol. Soc. Lond., 152, 819-832.

McCabe P.J. (1977) Deep distributary channels and giant bedforms in the Upper Carboniferous of the Central Pennines, northern England. Sedimentology, 24, 271-290.

Myers K.J and Bristow C.S. (1989) Detailed sedimentology and gamma-ray characteristics of a Namurian deltaic succession II: Gamma-ray logging. In: Deltas: Sites and traps for fossil fuels. (Ed. by M.K.G. Whateley and K.T. Pickering) pp. 81-88. Spec. Publ. Geol. Soc. London. 41.

Okolo S.A. (1982) A sedimentologic-stratigraphic investigation of Marsdenian (Namurian R2a-b) sediments in the Central Pennines. Ph.D. thesis, University of Keele.

Okolo S.A. (1983) Fluvial distributary channels in the Fletcher Bank Grit (Namurian R2b), at Ramsbottom, Lancashire, England. In: Modern and ancient fluvial systems (Ed. By J.D. Collinson and J. Lewin) pp. 421-433. Spec. Publ. Int. Assoc. Sediment. 6.

Reid C. (in prep.) Sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy of the Kinderscoutian of the southern margin of the Askrigg Block. Ph. D. thesis, Keele University.

Tester G. (1992) Approx. title: Sedimentology and reservoir properties of some Carboniferous sandstones. Ph.D. thesis, University of Keele.


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