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By Adrian Baddeley, Pablo Gregori, Jorge Mateu Mahiques, Radu Stoica, Dietrich Stoyan

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A better idea of weathering intensity can be had from the chemical index of alteration (CIA) shown in Tables 8 and 10. The index is quite constant for the sandstones at about 55 and for shales at about 65, as compared with 47 for average Scourian basement gneiss (Table 1). Basin analysis The Sleat Group predates the Torridon Group and occupies a large sedimentary basin which once existed east of Skye (Stewart 1982). Its length exceeds 80 km (Plate 1) but the width presently exposed in the Kishorn nappe is only about 10km (Fig.

11). They are followed above by 200 m of laminated dark grey siltpstones with millimetre-thick phosphatic bands, belonging to the Loch na Dal Formation. The upward fining through breccia, coarse sandstone and into grey shale suggests that the lowest 250 m of the Sleat Group shown in Figure 108 originated as small alluvial fans, pro-grading from basement hills or a fault scarp into a lake or ria. The frequent occurrence of coarse or very coarse sandstone bands in the grey siltstones (Fig. 110) suggests steep basement topography near the lake shore.

Furthermore, the lack of transpiration and evaporation from plant leaves would have roughly doubled the mean annual run-off, compared with a similar climatic regime today (Schumm 1968, fig. 2). In short, the present-day relationship between mean annual run-off and bankfull discharge is not relevant to Precambrian times. Nevertheless, Nicholson proposes figures for mean annual discharge (Q a ) by comparing Applecross rivers with those of the North American plains (Leopold et al. 1964, table 7-13) for which Qb/Qa = 4.

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