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A preliminary account of the hydrogeology of Altnabreac, Caithness.
S. J. Glendining
by Institute of Geological Sciences, Environmental Protection Unit in Harwell
Written in English
Report describes work carried out for the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority.
|Series||Radioactive waste disposal research series, Report ENPU -- 80-6|
|Contributions||Institute of Geological Sciences. Environmental Protection Unit., United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority.|
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A study was carried out at Altnabreac in Caithness,but there was considerable public opposition to drilling being carried out at other sites. The decision was made by Government to abandon this programme of drilling in ,and to maintain a low level of investment into research into the disposal of . Altnabreac railway station is a rural railway station serving the area of Altnabreac, in the Highland council area of Scotland; a settlement in which the station is itself the main station is on the Far North Line, within the former county of Caithness, 23 miles (37 km) as the crow flies west of Wick (27 1 ⁄ 2 miles or km by rail). Coordinates: 58°23′18″N 3°42′21″W / .
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Altnabreac (from Scottish Gaelic Allt nam Breac) is a tiny settlement within the former county of Caithness, in the north of Scotland, and now within the Highland council is located on Altnabreac Moss by the Sleach Water in the Flow Country, 9 miles (14 km) east of Forsinard and 23 miles (37 km) west of Wick.
The settlement, notable for its remoteness, consists of Altnabreac railway Country: Scotland. Altnabreac: Altnabreac in Caithness is a small halt that the trains from Inverness pass through, close to the end of their journey from Inverness to Wick and Thurso in the north of Scotland.
Trains stop at this station 'on request'. There are mountains and many small lochs within a ten mile radius of the station, but I found little evidence of.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Caithness Geological Notes - April SCOTLAND'S FIRST EUROPEAN GEOPARK AWARDED The North West of the Highlands is the first area of Scotland to be awarded UNESCO-endorsed European Geopark status following an announcement made this morning in Sicily during the European Geoparks Networks annual meeting.
88 Geology of Caithness. degree of windaccumulationanddeflation, and an absence of marked aqueous sorting of the materials during deposition. The Upper Breccias and Conglomerates; Torrential Shingle Fans.
In the Langwell Forest the mudstones are abruptly limited above by an unconformable junction with an overlying mass of breccia and conglomerate in the sections exposed as far apart as Badbea.
ALTNABREAC and Scotscalder have been scrapped from the early morning rail service from Caithness to Inverness as ScotRail brings its new timetable into force. Sunday marked the first day of the new timetable on the Far North Line as Scotrail announced.
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The Caithness Plain merges gradually in the south and west with the Moine Plateau, a dissected upland region composed of Moinian rocks, migmatites 0 and granites.
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