Humberside Geologist no.9

"A Bibliography of East Yorkshire Geology 1938 to 1988"

by Mike Horne.

First published in 1991. Updated version 2006.

 

This bibliography is published as a tribute to the members of the Hull Geological Society, past and present, and records works published during the second half-century of the Society's history. The Society published similar bibliographies in its Transactions during its first fifty years.

This work does not just include publications within the strict confines of the title. As well as East Yorkshire, papers are included from surrounding areas which have always featured in the Hull Geological Society's Field Meetings and research interests. So, geographically this bibliography includes articles about the whole of the Yorkshire Coast, East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire. There are also some references from outside this area which should be useful for local geological researchers; such as monographs on Mesozoic palaeontology and books about palaeogeography. Also some papers published after 1988 have been included, to make this bibliography as up to date as possible.

Because this bibliography starts at 1938, the pioneering work by the Society's early members such as Stather, Crofts, Maule Cole, Danford and Ennis, and the hundreds of papers by Tom Sheppard have been omitted. But you can find out about them in previous bibliographies compiled by Adamson, Harker, Sheppard, Hudson, Versey and Turner, published in the Naturalist, the Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society and the Transactions of the Hull Geological Society.

I started work on this bibliography in 1984. Because of my increasing interest in local geology and research into the Yorkshire Chalk, I found that I needed a list of what had already been published about the area. There are only two or three books about East Yorkshire Geology, but I soon found that there is a wealth of information published in journals or as chapters of books. This is only about half of the bibliography I compiled on card index, covering the last hundred or more years.

I have found the bibliography very useful for my research and it has enabled me to help other members of the Society who needed information about specific topics or localities. I realise that it is not complete, new papers have been published whilst I have been typing it. The index at the end is even more incomplete. But I do hope that, in spite of the omissions and errors, you will find it useful too, and it will at least be a starting point for future research.

I would like to thank the Hull Geological Society for agreeing to publish this work. And I would like thank Mike Boyd, Derek Siveter, Mike Tylor, Roy Thackery, Felix Whitham and Willy Wright, for lending me books or telling me about papers that should be included.

The mistakes, omissions and spelling errors are all my own work. Please send me any corrections, details of papers that should have been included or information about new publications and I can compile a supplement to be published later. The Society has been publishing bibliographies of local geology since 1896, it would be nice to see the tradition continue!

 

Many of the books and journals mentioned in this bibliography are in the Bynmor Jones Library of the University of Hull, which also contains the Hull Geological Society's Library, which has been donated to the University. Now that the Geology Department has closed the Library has stopped taking many of the journals. Some of these books and runs of journals may be sold to other Universities if they are not being used. Members of the Hull Geological Society may register as readers at the University Library, free of charge. So please do register and make use of this valuable resource whilst it is still there. [Note - in 2002 some of the geology books were donated to the Hull Geological Society.]

The Local History Library in Albian Street has many of the local books and periodicals, as well as some archives from the Society. Most of the Society's archives are in the Natural History section of Hull Museum [now in the Hull and East Riding Museum in High Street]. The Museum also has many local books and journals, as well many publications useful for the identification of geological materials.

Mike Home

July 1991.

I thank Paul Richards for scanning the original typewritten version of this Bibliography and converting it into a word-processed format. I thank Paul Richard and Anne Horne for proof reading the document also.

March 2003

Note - This version of the Bibliography includes some corrections of errors that appeared in the original printed version and some added references. But some errors may also have crept in from the OCR scanning of the printed version. If you find any errors or would like to bring missing references to my attention then please do contact me.

A continuation of this bibliography from 1988 onwards is now available on my personal web-site.

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Notes:

[In the original version of this bibliography -] to save space, abbreviations have often been used for the titles of Journals. This is not current acceptable practice for scientific publications, but it has helped to keep the number of pages to a minimum. The names of fossils, books and journals have not been underlined or put into italics. Some additions to the titles of papers have been made in rounded brackets to add information; these are mostly ' in memoriam ... ', ' report of ...' or ' field meeting at ... and should be recognisable. [In this updated version some of these abbreviations have been corrected.]

PYGS - Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society.

Nat. - The Naturalist, the journal of the Yorkshire Naturalists' Union, note - volumes are not numbered and are usually bound by year.

Humb. Geol. - Humberside Geologist, the journal of the Hull Geological Society, note - pages are not numbered in early issues.

J. Harker. Geol. Soc. - Journal of the Harker Geological Society which was the student geological Society at Hull University. note - sometimes called 'Harker Magazine' or 'Harker Journal'.

Most other abbreviations follow previously accepted conventions [at the time of writing].

[Note - journal runs in the Hull Geological Society Library include :- Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology ]

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A Bibliography of East Yorkshire Geology 1938 to 1988

Abbas H L 1973. Some British Cretaceous gastropods belonging to the families Procerithiidae, Cerithiidae and Cerithiopsidae (Cerithiacea) Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology 23, 103-175, 8 pl.

A.H. 1972. [Obituary notice:] Vernon Wilson M.Sc., Ph.D., D.I.C. Proceedings of the Geologistsí Association 83, 119-120.

Adams A V 1951 . Pagiophyllum gracillimum sp. nov. a conifer from the Yorkshire Jurassic. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. (12) 4, 1132-1140.

Adams C G 1955. Foraminifera from the Upper Lias of North Lincolnshire. Unpub. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Nottingham.

- 1962. Calcareous adherent Foraminifera from the British Jurassic and Cretaceous and the French Eocene. Palaeontology 5, 149-170, pl 21-24.

Agar R 1960. Post-Glacial erosion of the North Yorkshire coast from the Tees estuary to Ravenscar. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 32, 409-428.

Ager D V 1956. The geographical distribution of Brachiopods in the British Middle Lias. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society, London. 112, 157-188.

- 1957. Some new Liassic Terebratulids. Proceedings of the Geologistsí Association 67, 1-14.

- 1956-1967. A monograph of the British Liassic Rhynchonellidae. Pal. Soc. 172pp & 13 pl.

- 1971 . Space and time in Brachiopod history. p 95-110 of Middlemiss F A, Rawson P F & Newall G (eds.) Faunal provinces in space and time. Seal House Press, Liverpool. 236pp.

Ahmed S T 1987. Upper Oxfordian and Lower Kimmeridgian ostracods from the South Ferriby Quarry, South Humberside. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 46, 267-274.

Aja S J 1982. The suitability of the Jurassic and Cretaceous clays from Filey Bay for making structural clay products. Unpub. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Hull, 79pp.

Alabaster C & Straw A 1976. The Pleistocene context of faunal remains and artefacts discovered at Welton-le-Wold, Lincolnshire. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 41, 75-94.

Al-Bakri, D H. 1980 The Sediments of the Humber Estuary Mouth and the Adjacent Coastline. Unpublished Ph.D t hesis,, University of Sheffield.

- 1986. Provenance of the Sediments in the Humber Estuary and the Adjacent Coasts, Eastern England, Marine Geology, 72, 171-86.

Ali O E 1983. Microsolenid corals as rock formers in the Corallian (Upper Jurassic) rocks of England. Geological Magazine 120, 375-380.

Alexander J 1986. Idealised flow models to predict alluvial sandstone body distribution in the Middle Jurassic Yorkshire Basin. Marine and Petroleum Geology, 3, 298-305.

Alvin K L & D. H. Dalby 1987. Numerical analysis of some Yorkshire Jurassic conifers. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 51, 107-115.

Anderton R, Bridges P H, Leader M R & Sellwood D W 1979. A Dynamic Stratigraphy of the British Isles. George Allen and Unwin. 301 pp.

Andrews I 1980. The Red Chalk of Speeton Cliffs. Journal of the Harker Geological Society 11, No 3, 105-112.

Andrews J T & Smith D I 1970. Statistical analysis of till fabric:- methodology, local and regional variability (with particular reference to North Yorkshire till cliffs). Journal of the Geological Society 125, 503-542.

anon. 1939. Jubilee of the Hull Geological Society. Naturalist. 75-76.

- 1939. Northern Glacial Drifts. Naturalist 194-195.

- 1941-2. Water supply from underground sources of East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire. Geol. Surv. Wartime Pamphlet No. 12.

- 1944. The status of the amateur geologist. Naturalist 80.

- 1967. Hydrogeological map of North and East Lincolnshire. Institute of Geological Sciences, London.

- 1984. Slipping into the sea. Gradlink [University of Hull alumni journal] Autumn 1984, 5.

- 1984. The problems of coastal erosion. University of Hull Bulletin no. 64, 1-2.

- 1984. Spurn Head S.S.S.I., Humberside. Earth Science Conservation no. 21, 28-31. Nature Conservancy Council.

- 1985. Liquified petroleum gas caverns at South Killingholme. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology 18, ii-iv.

Archer J S & Hancock N J 1980. An appreciation of Middle Brent Sand reservoir features by analogy with Yorkshire coast outcrops. Paper EUR197 (p501-511) in European offshore petroleum conference 2nd exhibition for Society of Petroleum Engineers U.K. Ltd. proceedings, Vol. 1 (London).

Arkell W J 1935-1945. A Monograph on the Ammonites of the English Corallian Beds. Pal. Soc. 420pp + LXXXIV + 78pl.

Arkell W J 1945. The zones of the Upper Jurassic of Yorkshire. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 25, 239-257.

- 1951 - 1958. A Monograph of English Bathonian ammonites. Pal. Soc., London. VIII + 264 + 33pl.

- 1956. Jurassic geology of the World. Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh & London.

- & Callomon J H 1963. Lower Kimmeridgian Ammonites from the Drift of Lincolnshire. Palaeontology 6, 220-226.

- see Cox & Arkell 1948-50.

Ashton M 1975. A new section in the Lincolnshire Limestone of south Humberside and its significance. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 40, 419-429.

- 1976. New evidence for the age of the Lincolnshire Limestone Formation (Bajocian) of Eastern England. Transactions of the Leicester Literary & Philosophical Society 70, 21-34.

- 1977. The stratigraphy and carbonate environments of the Lincolnshire Limestone Formation (Bajocian) in Lincolnshire and parts of Leicestershire. Unpub. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Hull.

- 1979. Field meeting in the Lincolnshire Limestone of Southern Lincolnshire and Leicestershire. Proceedings of the Geologistsí Association 90, 15-20.

- 1980. The stratigraphy of the Lincolnshire Limestone (Bajocian) in Lincolnshire and Rutland (Leicestershire). Proceedings of the Geologistsí Association 91, 203-223.

- 1981. Carbonate tidal rhythmites from the Middle Jurassic of Britain. Sedimentology 28, 689-698.

Audley-Charles M G 1970. Stratigraphical correlation of the Triassic rocks of the British Isles. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society 126, 19-47, pl 1-6

Aylwin E 1967. A geographical study of the water economy of the East Riding of Yorkshire. Unpub. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Hull

- & Ward R C 1969. Development and utilisation of water supplies in the East Riding of Yorkshire. University of Hull Occasional Papers in Geography no. 10, 98pp.

Baden-Powell D F W see Wilson et al. 1954.

Bailey H W, Gale A S, Mortimore R N, Swiecicki A & Wood C J 1983. The Coniacian-Maastrichtian stages of the United Kingdom with particular reference to Southern England. Newsletters in Stratigraphy 12, 29-42.

-, -, -, -,& - 1984. Biostratigraphical criteria for the recognition of the Coniacian to Maastrichtian stage boundaries in the chalk of north-west Europe, with particular reference to Southern England. Bulletin Geological Society Denmark 33, 31-39.

- see Hart & Bailey 1979, Hart et al. 1981.

Bairstow L & Hemingway J E 1961. [Field meeting at] Robin Hood's Bay 1960. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 33, 45-46.

- 1969. Lower Lias. p 24-37 of William Smith Bicentenary Meeting, International field symposium of the British Jurassic, excursion guide no. 3. Hemingway J E, Wright J K & Torrens H S (eds.), Keele University Geology Department.

Balchin D A & Ridd M F 1970. Correlation of the younger Triassic rocks across eastern England. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society 126, 91-101, pl 14

Bale R B 1980. Mineralogy, chemical and colour properties of the Chalk of part of East Yorkshire and its industrial suitability. Unpub. M.Sc. thesis, University of Hull. 100 pp.

[Baker F T] 1951. Report of the Hon. Secretary and Treasurer 1950. Transactions of the Lincolnshire Naturalists Union 12, 190-195.

Banner F T & Desai D 1988. A revision of the Jurassic - early Cretaceous Globigerina, with special reference to the Aptian assemblages of Speeton (North Yorkshire) England. Journal of Micropalaeontology 7, 143-185.

- & Lord A R (eds.) 1982. Aspects of Micropalaeontology. George, Allen and Unwin, London. 324pp.

Barker D see Kaye & Barker 1965,1966.

Barker J 1984. Foraminifera and coccoliths from the Red Chalk of South Ferriby, Lincolnshire and Speeton, East Yorkshire. Unpub. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Hull.

Barker R D, Lloyd J W & Peach D W 1984. The use of resistivity and gamma logging in lithostratigraphical studies of the chalk in Lincolnshire and South Humberside. Q.J.Eng. Geol. 17, 71-80.

BarnardT 1963. Evolution in certain biocharacters of selected Jurassic Lagenidae. p 78-92 of von Koeninswall G H R, Emeis J D, Buning W L & Wagner G W (eds): Evolutionary Trends in Foraminifera Elsevier Publishing Co. 355 pp.

-, Cordey W G & Shipp D J 1981. Foraminifera. from the Oxford Clay (Callovian - Oxfordian) of England. Rev. Espanola de Micropaleontologia 13, 383-462.

Bartenstein H 1979. Worldwide zonation of the Lower Cretaceous using benthonic foraminifera. Newsletters in Stratigraphy 7, 142-154.

Bartley D D see Gaunt et al. 1974.

Bartley D D 1962. The stratigraphy and pollen analysis of lake deposits near Tadcaster, Yorkshire. New. Phytol. 61, 277-287.

Bassett D A 1969. Directory of British Geology 1. A provisional annotated bibliography and index of geological excursion guides and reports for areas in Britain, C , England. Welsh Geol. Quarterly 3, 3-91.

Bassett M G 1975. Bibliography and Index of Catalogues of type, figured and cited fossils in Museums in Britain. Pal. 18, 753-773.

Bate R H 1959. The Yons Nab Beds of the Middle Jurassic of the Yorkshire coast. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 32, 153-164, pl 3.

- 1963, Middle Jurassic Ostracoda from North Lincolnshire. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology 8, 173-219, 15 pl.

- 1963. Middle Jurassic Ostracoda from South Yorkshire. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology 9, 19-46, 13 pl.

- 1964. Middle Jurassic Ostracoda from the Millepore series, Yorkshire. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology 10, 1-33, 14 pl.

- 1965. Middle Jurassic Ostracoda from the Grey Limestone series, Yorkshire. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology 11, 73-134, 21 pl.

- 1967. Stratigraphy and palaeogeography of the Yorkshire Oolites and their relationship with the Lincolnshire Limestone. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology 14, 111-141.

- 1967. The Bathonian Upper Estuarine series of Eastern England. Part 1: Ostracoda. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology 14, 21-66, 22 pl.

- 1968. Praeschuleridea ventriosa ventriosa (Plumhoff) and Praeschuleridea ornata Bate (ostracoda) from the Bajocian of N. E. England. J. Nat. Hist. 2, 205-214.

- 1980. Middle Jurassic Ostracods. Appendix 1 p 34 in Gaunt G D et al : Mesozoic rocks proved by I.G.S. boreholes in the Humber and Acklam areas. Rept. I.G.S. No. 79/13, 34 pp.

- see Bradshaw & Bate 1982 , Gaunt et al. 1980.

Beckett S C 1977. The Bog, Roos. p 42-46 in Gail (ed.) q.v.

- 1981. Pollen diagrams from Holderness, North Humberside. Journal of Biogeography 8, 177-198.

- see Hulme & Beckett 1973.

Best J C see Scott et al 1985.

Benton M J B & Taylor M A T 1984. Marine reptiles from the Upper Lias (Lower Toarcian, Lower Jurassic) of the Yorkshire coast. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society. 44, 399-429.

- & Wimbledon W A 1985. The conservation and use of fossil vertebrate sites: British fossil reptile sites. Proceedings of the Geologistsí Association 96, 1-6.

Berry A 1986. The Hull Geological Society Medal 1938. Humberside Geologist 5, 7-10.

Bigg P J see Hart & Bigg 1981, 1983.

Binks H J B, Deacon J & Peglar S 1975. Pollen maps for the British Isles 5000 years ago. Proceedings of the Royal Society. B189, 87-105.

Birtles A B & Morel E H 1980. Factors affecting cost optimisation of groundwater schemes for river regulation. J. Hydrology 48, 197-214.

Bisat W S 1939. The relationship of the Basement Clays of Dimlington, Bridlington and Filey Bays. Naturalist 133-135 & 161-168.

- 1943. A horizon with gypsum in the Holderness boulder clays. Naturalist 165-171.

- 1940. [Field meeting 1939 at] Hessle. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 24, 169.

- 1940. Older and new Drift in East Yorkshire. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 24, 137-151.

- & Dell J A 1941. On the occurrence of a bed containing moss in the Boulder Clays of Dimlington. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 24, 219-222.

- 1946. Geology: Spurn. Yorkshire Naturalists Union Circular.

- 1948. Interglacial moss at Dimlington, Yorkshire. Naturalist 1.

- 1948. Silt and sand residues from Yorkshire coast boulder clays. Transactions of the Leeds Geological Association 6, 57-72.

-& Versey H C 1950. [Field meeting at] Bridlington 1948. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 28, 55-56.

- 1952. Post glacial peat and Scorbicularia Clay near Easington, Yorkshire. Transactions of the Leeds Geological Association 6, 210-214.

- 1954. Additional records of mollusca from the Dimlington area and the relation of the beds to the Bridlington Crag. Proceedings of the Geologistsí Association 65, 325-7.

-, Penny LF & Neale J W 1962. Geology around the University towns Hull. Geologists' Association guides No. 11.

- see Wilson et al. 1954.

Black N 1953. The constitution of the Chalk. Proc. Geol. Soc. London, 1449, 81-84

- 1970. Derived coccoliths in the Bridlington Crag. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 38, 37-45.

- 1971. Coccoliths from the Speeton Clay and Sutterby Marl. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 38, 381-424.

- 1972 & 1975. British Lower Cretaceous coccoliths I, Gault Clay. Pal. Soc. monograph. 142 pp.

Blackwood J W 1972. The distribution of Nature Reserves in the natural regions of Lincolnshire. Trans. Lincs. Nat. U. 18, 1-6.

Bomstad K see Nagy et al. 1983.

Bonell N 1972. An assessment of possible factors contributing to well level fluctuations in Holderness boulder clay, East Yorkshire. Journal of Hydrology, 16, 361-368.

- 1972. The application of the auger hole method in Holderness glacial drift. Journal of Hydrology 16, 125-446.

- 1976. Some comments on the association between saturated hydraulic conductivity and texture of Holderness boulder clay. Catena, 3, 77-90.

- 1978. An evaluation of shallow groundwater movements in a small Boulder Clay catchment in Holderness. University of Hull Department of Geography miscellaneous series No. 18, 133 pp.

Bott M H P, Robinson J & Kohnstamn N A 1978. Granite beneath Market Weighton, East Yorkshire. Journal of the Geological Society 135, 535-543.

Bowen R 1964. Faunal realms in Jurassic and Cretaceous belemnites. Geological Magazine 101, 374-376.

Boyd M J 1980. The smallest 'improved' ammonite? Geological Curator 2, 609-10.

- 1983 . Catalogue of type, figured and cited fossils in Kingston upon Hull City Museums. Geological Curator 3, 476-485.

- 1989. Fossils, Phoenix and the Future or a "Geologist Writes" p 4-6 of The Newsletter of the Phoenix Project No. 5.

- 1989. Treasures in the Museum. No. 1: Dean Buckland's Dinosaur or one of our dinosaurs is missing. p 3-4 of Phoenix - The Newsletter of the Phoenix Project No. 1 - Darnbrough A (ed.).

- 1989. Treasures in the Museum, No. 3: The Mortimer Fossil Collection. p 4-5 of Phoenix No. 3.- Darnbrough A (ed.).

Boylan P J 1966. New records of Holocene Mollusca from East Yorkshire. Naturalist 113-118.

- 1966. The geological material in the T. B. Parks Collection. Hull Museums Publication no. 216.

- 1966. The Pleistocene deposits of Kirmington, Lincolnshire. Mercian Geologist 1, 339-350.

- 1967. The Pleistocene Mammalia of the Sewerby-Hessle buried cliff East Yorkshire. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 36, 115-125.

- 1972. The scientific significance of the Kirkdale Cave hyenas. Ann. Rep. Trans. Yorks. Phil. Soc. for 1971, 38-47.

- 1977. The Ice Age in Yorkshire and Humberside. 32 pp Yorkshire Museum, York.

- 1980. The geological material in the T. B. Parks collection, Kingston upon Hull. Humberside Geologist 3 (p 8-11 not numbered).

- 1981. A new revision of the Pleistocene mammalian fauna of Kirkdale Cave, Yorkshire. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 43, 253-280.

- 1981. The role of William Buckland (1784-1856) in the recognition of Glaciation in Great Britain. p 1-8 of Neale & Flenley q.v.

- see Whitham & Boylan 1968.

Bradshaw N J & Bate R H 1982. Lincolnshire borehole proves greater extent of the Scarborough Formation (Jurassic: Bajocian). J. Micropalaeontology 1, 141-147.

- & Penney S R 1982. A cored Jurassic sequence from North Lincolnshire, England : Stratigraphy, facies analysis and regional context. Geological Magazine 119, 113-134.

see Hallam & Bradshaw 1979.

Bramley D 1972. Erratics at Robin Hood's Bay. Gems 4, 19-20

Brasier M D & Brasier C J 1978. Littoral and fluviatile facies in the "Kellaways Beds" on the Market Weighton swell. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 42, 1-20.

Brasier M D 1981. Microfossil transport in the tidal Humber basin. p 314 - 322 of Neale & Brasier q.v.

Bray D A, Freeman S M C, Read D, Walsh, PT & Wilson P 1981. Quaternary Sediments at Westfield Farm, Fimber, N. Humberside. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 43, 377-394.

Bridge V A 1980. Palaeoecology of the Yorkshire Jurassic. Journal of the Harker Geological Society 12, 2-10.

British Geological Survey 1983. York. [1:50 000 geological map] sheet no 63.

Brookfield M 1973. Palaeogeography of the Upper Oxfordian and Lower Kimmeridgian (Jurassic) in Britain. Pal. Pal. Pal. 14, 137-167

Brown D S 1981. The English Upper Jurassic Plesiosauridae (Reptilia) and a review of the phylology and classification of the Plesiosauria. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology 35, 253-347.

Brumhead D 1979. Geology explained in the Yorkshire Dales and on the Yorkshire coast. 192pp. David & Charles.

Brumstrom R G W 1962. A borehole through the Coal Measures at Whitwell on the Hill, East Yorkshire. Proc. Geol. Soc., London 1595, 42-44.

Brush E R see Oakley et al. 1942.

Buckland P 1982. The coversands of north Lincolnshire and the Vale of York. p 143-178 of Adlarn B H, Fenn C R & Morris L (eds) Papers in Earth Sciences, Lovatt Lectures. Geoabstracts, Norwich.

Burns D A 1976. Nannofossils from the Lower and Upper Cretaceous Chalk deposits, Nettleton, Lincolnshire, England. Revista Espanola de Micropaleontologia 8, 279-300.

Busbridge see Simm & Busbridge 1976.

Bush M K 1986. The late Quaternary Palaeoecological History of the Great Wold Valley. Unpub. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Hull. 393pp.

Bush M B & Ellis S 1987. The sedimentology and vegetational history of Willow Garth. p 45-52 in Ellis S (ed.) q. v.

Bush M B & Flenley J R 1987 The age of the British chalk grassland. Nature, 329 (6138), 434-436.

Butler N see Lott et al. 1986

Callomon J H 1960. New sections in the Corallian beds around Oxford, and the subzones of the plicatilis zone. Proceedings of the Geologistsí Association 71, 177-208.

- 1985. The evolution of the Jurassic ammonite family Cardioceritidae. Special papers in Palaeontology no. 33, 49-90.

- & Wright J K 1989. Cardioceratid and Kosmoceratid ammonites from the Callovian of Yorkshire. Palaeontology 32, 799-836, pl 88-96.

- see also Arkell & Callomon 1963, Sykes and Callomon 1979.

Calton P M 1980. Priodontognathus phillipsii (Seely) an ankylosaurian dinosaur from the Upper Jurassic (or possibly Lower Cretaceous) of England. Neues Jahrbuch Fur Geologie und Palaontologie Monatshefte 8, 477-489.

Cambridge P & Parks T B 1955. Geology. Transactions of the Lincolnshire Naturalists Union 13, 251-3.

Campos H S & A. Hallam 1979. Diagenesis of English Lower Jurassic limestones as inferred from oxygen and carbon isotope analysis. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 45, 23-31.

Caruthers R G 1939. On Northern glacial Drifts: some peculiarities and their significance. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society 155, 229-333.

- 1947. The secret of the Glacial Drifts. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 27, 42-57.

- 1949. The secret of the Glacial Drifts part II, applications to Yorkshire. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 27, 129-170.

- 1953. Glacial drifts and the undermelt theory. 42pp Newcastle upon Tyne.

Carter P J & Hart M B 1977. Aspects of mid-Cretaceous stratigraphical micropalaeontology. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology 29,l-l35.

Carter I D S 1985. Micropalaeontological investigations of the Cenomanian Chalk collected from the quarry at South Ferriby. Unpub. report, Hull University, Geology Department.

Casey R 1957. The Cretaceous ammonite genus Leymeriella, with a systematic account of its British occurrences. Palaeontology. 1, 28-59, pl 7-10.

- 1961 A monograph of the Ammonoidea of the Lower Greensand pt. II Pal. Soc.

- 1961. The stratigraphical palaeontology of the Lower Greensand. Palaeontology 3, 487-621, pl 77-84.

- 1962. The ammonites of the Spilsby Sandstone and the Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary. Proc. Geol. Soc. London 1598, 95-100.

- 1964. The Cretaceous period. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society, London 120, 193-201.

- 1971. Facies, faunas and tectonics in late Jurassic - early Cretaceous Britain. p 153-168 of Middlemiss F A, Rawson P F & Newall G (eds) Faunal provinces in space and time. Seal House Press, Liverpool. 236pp.

Casey R & Rawson P F 1973. A review of the boreal Lower Cretaceous. p 415-430 in Casey & Rawson (eds) q.v.

Casey R 1973. The ammonite succession at the Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary in Eastern England. p 193-266 of Casey and Rawson q.v.

Casey R & Rawson P F 1973 (eds.) The Boreal Lower Cretaceous. Geol. J. Special Issue 5, Seal House Press, Liverpool, 448pp.

Casey R - see Dodson et al. 1964, Kent & Casey 1963.

Catt J A 1963. Glacial and interglacial periods in the Geological History of Holderness. Journal of the Harker Geological Society 1, no. 1, 2-8.

- 1963. Stratigraphical investigations in the Pleistocene deposits of Holderness, East Yorkshire. Unpub. Ph.D. thesis, Hull University.

-& Penny L F 1966. The Pleistocene Deposits of Holderness, E. Yorks. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society. 35, 375-420.

- , Gad M A, Le Rishe H H & Lord A R 1971. Geochemistry, micropalaeontology and origin of the Middle Lias Ironstones of north east Yorkshire (Great Britain). Chemical Geology 8, 61-76.

- , Weir A H & Madgett P A 1974. The Loess of eastern Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 40, 23-39.

- & Madgett P A 1977. Field meetings: Holderness and the Yorkshire Wolds 1976. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 41, 374-380.

Catt J A (ed.) 1977. XINQUA congress excursion guide C7 Yorkshire arid Lincolnshire. Geo Abstracts, Norwich. 56pp.

- 1979. Distribution of Loess in Britain. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association 90, 93-95.

- 1981. British Pre-Devensian Glaciations. p 9-19 of Neale & Flenley q.v.

- & Madgett P A 1981. The work of W S Bisat F.R.S. on the Yorkshire coast. p 119-136 of Neale & Flenley (eds) q.v.

- 1985. Late Quaternary environments and man in Holderness : edited by D.D. Gilbertson, British Archaeological Reports British Series 134, 5 Centremead, Osney Mead, Oxford OX2 0ES, 1984, ISBN 0-86054-287-4, £14.00, 243 pp. Book Review - Quaternary Science Reviews, Volume 4, xiii-xv.

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An index of localities and geologists:-

Localities -

Acklam - Bate 1980, Gaunt et al. 1980.

Barmston - Boylan 1966, Renn 1975.

Barton on Stather - Balchin & Ridd 1970.

Beverley (Chalk Pit) - Hancock 1975, Whitham 1980.

Black Band localities - Chepstow-Lusty 1985, Hart & Bigg 1981,1983, Hart 1983, Jeffries 1963, Jenkyns 1978, 1980, Latham 1975, Schlanger & Jenkyns 1976, Shaw 1977.

Blea Wyke - Dean 1954, Doyle 1985, Gowland 1988, Riding 1984.

Brandesburton - Spalding 1962.

Bridlington - Bisat 1939, Bisat & Versey 1950, Black 1970, Fenton K 1977, Stather 1986.

Brough - Inst. Geol. Sci. 1973.

Carnaby - Curry 1982.

Cayton Bay - Rawson & Robinson 1964, Rawson 1982, Sarjeant 1961, Stansfield. 1968.

Claxby - Hughes 1973, Inst. Geol. Sci. 1977.

Cockle Pits - Inst. Geol. Sci. 1973.

Dimlington - Bisat 1939, 1948, 1954, Neale 1959, Penny et al. 1969. Rose J 1985,1939, Wintle & Catt 1985.

Easington - Bisat 1952.

East Ayton - Bridge V A 1930, Fursich 1977.

Elloughton - Latham 1973.

Elsham - Cambridge & Parks 1955, Dennison et al. 1954, Hart 1983, Hart & Bigg 1983.

Filey Bay/ Filey Brigg - Aja 1932, Bisat 1939, Edwards 1981, Fursich 1976,1977, Giblett 1948, Porter 1987,1988, Sheppard 1941, Wright J K 1974.

Fimber - Bray et al. 1981.

Flamborough - Dingle 1965, 1967, 1971, Farrington & Mitchell 1951, Hancock 1975, Myerscough 1987.

Flaxfleet - Hulme & Beckett 1973.

Frodingham Ironstone Mines - Davies & Dixie 1951, Dudley 1942, Hallam 1963, Sharp 1976.

Hawsker Bottom - Howarth 1973, 1976.

Hessle - Bisat 1940, Boylan 1967, Fenton K 1984.

Holderness - Catt 1963, Catt & Penny 1966, Dossor 1955, Dossor & Penny 1957, Fenton K 1969, Flenley 1987, Gilbertson 1990, Mason & Hansom 1989, Pethick 1988, Phillips 1964, Pringle 1981, Valentin 1953,1954, Versey 1939, Winkelmolen 1978.

Hotham - Lord 1971, 1982, Michael 1979.

Kiplingcotes - Abbas 1973.

Kirmington - Boylan 1966, Cox 1981, Harland & Downie 1969, Watts 1959.

Kirton in Lindsey - Howarth & Rawson 1965, Howarth 1980, Packer 1986.

Lake Humber - Dalton 1941, Gaunt 1975.

Lincolnshire Limestone exposures - Ashton 1975, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981,1982, Bate 1967, Emery & Dickson 1989, Packer 1986.

Market Weighton 'Structure' - Hallam 1958, Jeans 1973, Kent 1955.

Melton - Dilley 1969, Hancock 1975, Latham 8: Whitham 1986, Medd. 1976, Ooi 1979, Owen et al. 1968, Sarjeant 1962, Whitham 1975.

Middleton on the Wold - Hancock 1975.

Nettleton - Bradshaw & Penney 1982, Burns 1976, Casey 1973,Rawson 1963, 1964, Riding 1983, 1987, Wright C W 1975.

Newbald - Horne 1984, Horne & Whitham 1988, Walker 1972, Whitham 1984, 1984, 1986.

North Cave - Lord. 1971.

North Ferriby - Boylan 1966, Fenton K 1980, Slater 1976.

Oswaldkirk - Ali 1983.

Peak - Hemingway 1973, Howarth 1973, Rastall & Hemingway 1939.

Port Mulgmave - Coleman & Raiswell 1978, Lehman 1979, Raiswell & White 1978, Raiswell & Plant 1980.

Rifle Butts, Goodmanham - Jeans C V 1968.

River Humber - Brasier 1981, Crowther 1987, de Beer 1970, Gaunt & Tooley 1974, McQuillin et al. 1969, Pethick 1990, Versey 1938.

Robin Hood's Bay - Bairstow & Hemingway 1961, Bramley D 1972, Donovan 1966, Falcon & Kent 1960, Fenton K 1975, Howarth & Donovan 1964, Rawson 1963, Robinson 1977, Sellwood 1970,1972, Thomas 1968.

Roos - Beckett 1977, Rose J 1985.

Rosedale - Emery 1988, Hemingway & Twombley 1964.

Roxby, Lincs. - Sellwood 1970,1972.

Runswick Bay - Hemingway 1955, Rastall & Hemingway 1941.

Scalby - Nami 1976.

Scarborough - Sarjeant 1961, 1964, Versey 1953, Walsh 1953, Whitham 1986.

Selwicks Bay - Garton 1976.

Sewerby - Boylan 1967, Harrison R 1980.

Skipsea - Boylan 1966, Flenley et al. 1975.

South Cave - Brasier & Brasier 1978, Inst. Geol. Sci. 1972, Murghani 1982, Neale 1956, Shaw 1977, Sylvester-Bradley 1947, Versey 1947, Walker 1972, Whitham & Boylan 1968.

South Ferriby - Ahmed. 1987, Carter & Hart 1977, Carter 1985, Chepstow-Lusty 1985, Dennison et al. 1954, Fry 1987,1988, Horne & Whitham 1988, Jeffries 1963, Kelly & Rawson 1963, Lomax et al. 1983, Robinson 1979, Stancliffe 1984, Taylor & Todd 1990, Whitham 1984, Wignall 1990.

Speeton - Abbas 1973, Andrews 1980, Barker 1984, Banner & Desai 1938, Carter & Hart 1977, Casey 1957, 1961,1964, 1971, 1973, Cope 1967, Davey et al. 1966, Davey 1974, 1976, 1979, Dodson et al. 1954, Doyle 1989, Duxbury 1977, 1979, Dypuik 1984, Emery L 1974, 1975, 1978, Fletcher 1966, 1969, 1973, Jeans C V 1968, Kaye 1963 &c., Kaye & Barker 1965, 1966, Kemper et al. 1981, Kimyongur 1978, Knox & Fletcher 1978, Lomax 1984, 1985, Mobey & Gilham 1975, Mutterlose 1978 to 1983, Neale 1960 onwards, Owen E F 1965,

Owen & Thummell 1968, Parker 1974, Pearce 1982, Perch-Nielsen 1979, Rawson 1966 onwards, Simpson & Middleton 1985, Taylor R J 1978 onwards, Thomas & Larwood 1960, Vemsey 1938, West 1969, Wright C W 1967, 1975.

Spillsby - Casey 1962, Hughes 1973, Middlemiss 1973.

Spurn - Bisat 1946, Dawson 1980, de Beer 1963 onwards, de Beer et al. 1965, de Beer & Ward 1965, Dossor & Penny 1957, Pethick 1987, 1988, Phillips 1962,1964.

Tadcaster - Bartley 1962.

Tealby - Hughes 1973, Owen E F 1965, Whatley 1964.

Welton le Wold, Lincs - Alabaster & Straw 1976, Cox 1981.

Wheldrake - Gaunt 1970.

Whitby - Benton & Wimbledon 1985, Donovan 1966, Hallam 1979, Harris 1974, Hemingway 1951, 1958, 1966, Morris 1980, Robinson 1977, Senior 1977, Thumlbumn 1982, Watson J 1976, 1982.

Whitwell on the Hill - Brunsfrom 1962.

Willow Garth - Bush 1986, Bush & Ellis 1987.

Winterton - Cullen 1984.

Yons Nab - Bate 1959.

Geologists -

W S Bisatt - Catt & Madgett 1981, Versey 1973.

S Chadwick (Malton Museum) - Edwards C R 1983.

K Fenton - Chicken 1988, Emery et al. 1986, Horne 1988.

Alfred Harker - Rastall 1939.

Hull Geological Society - Berry 1986, de Boer 1988, Fenton K 1980 Horne 1984, 1986, 1988, 1989, Stainforth 1980, Watson 1975, Wright CW 1984, anon 1938.

Hull Museums - Boyd 1983, 1989, Boylan 1966, 1980, Darnbrough 1989, Edwards 1984, Sheppard T 1938, Spalding 1962.

C W Mason - de Beor 1964.

T B Parks - Boylan 1966, 1980.

L F Penny - Neale & Flenley 1981.

A Rowe - Cox L R 1957, Gale & Cleevely 1989.

Thomas Sheppard - Conway 1986, Darnbrough 1989, Elsom 1990, Holmes 1972, Horne 1986, 1989, Jordan 1937 (1983), Melmore 1946, Sledge 1975, Schadla-Hall 1989, Versey 1945.

C F B Shillito - Barker 1951, Musham 1938.

William Smith - Cox L R 1942, 1957, Sheppard T 1939, Watson J 1976.

Thomas Stainforth - Elsom 1990, Walsh 1944.

J W Stather - Charlesworth 1939, Sheppard 1938, Horne 1989.

F Whitham - Calloman & Wright 1989, Cox 1988, Inst. Geol. Sci. 1977, 1978.

C W Wright - Hancock 1989, Inst. Geol. Sci. 1978, anon 1944.

 

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