Humberside Geologist

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Abstracts from joint meeting November 2000 - various authors 13, 73-75
Abstracts from the "Open Questions in East Yorkshire Geology" meeting, October 2005 - various Spec Pub no.1
Abstracts from the "Open Questions in East Yorkshire Geology" meeting, October 2005 - various 14, 79-82
Abstracts from the "The Pleistocene World" meeting 13th October 2001 - various 14, 50-53
The amazing Mr Sheppard - M R D Seward (online only)
Åland Erratics in Britain. J Barry 10, 23-25.
Belemnites from the Cenomanian of Melton Bottoms B. Latham &. F. Whitham 5, 22-26.
A Bibliography of East Yorkshire Geology 1938 to 1988 - M Horne 9, 46 pp.
The Black Band Member - M Horne 11, 40-41.
The Black Band at Speeton - S Mitchell 11, 42-3.
Book Review - C Dutton. 10, 12.
Book review - M Horne 14, 17
Bridestones - C Dutton. 10, 53.
Bridlington to Hornsea - K Fenton 2, 10-11.
Cement making at South Ferriby - P Vjestica & F Whitham 13, 34-41
Centenary Scrapbook 8, 12-15& 40.
Coastal Erosion and the Lost Towns of Holderness - G Ostler 14, 98-100
The coastal exposures of Boulder Clay and erratics in Holderness - S Jones 14, 113-121 <
Collecting rocks, minerals and fossils in East Yorkshire - R Perry (online only)
The Cretaceous beds of North Lincolnshire - C F B Shillito 8, 8-11.
The Cretaceous stratigraphy of the Market Weighton area - F Whitham. 11, 34-39.
The current condition of inland exposures Chalk on the Yorkshire Wolds - D Gobbett 15 16-22
Discovering garnets along the shore - C Dutton 12, 49.
The East Yorkshire Boulder Committee report for the years 1987-1991 - R Harrison & M Horne. 10, 18-22.
Editorial - B Latham 1, 1.
Editorial - L Emery & K Fenton 2, 1.
Editorial - L Emery. 3, 1.
Editorial - L Emery. 5, 2.
Editorial - L Emery, D Hill, M Horne & N P Whittington 13, 2
Editorial - D Hill 12, 2.
Editorial - M Horne 8, 2.
Editorial - M Horne 9, 2.
Editorial - M Horne 11, 2
Editorial - M Horne 14, 2.
Erratics of the Yorkshire coast - R Harrison 14, 90-91
The evening field meeting at Associated Portland Cement Quarry, Melton Bottomes, N. Humberside - F Whitham 1, 4-6.
Excursions from the past - P Hildreth 13, 46-52
Excursion to Bridlington 1888. J.W.Stather 5, 4.
Exploring old industry - the Rosedale iron mines - K Green 2, 2-7.
An Exposure of the Black Band at South Cave - B Shaw 2, 10.
Extinctions - C Dutton 11, 5-9.
Extinctions in the fossil record - T Rockett. 11, 9-14.
Extract from a paper written by John Woodward, M.D. about 1700 AD - 1, 2.
The fascinating K/T boundary - C Dutton 11, 15-24.
Field excusrion to Speeton Cliffs on 22nd. June 1974 - L Emery, 1, 9-12.
Field Meeting to Langtoft Chalk pits - F Whitham 12, 64.
Field meeting at Queensgate Whiting Pit, Beverley - F Whitham 3, 11-12.
A field trip to Castleton, Derbyshire - N P Whittington 13, 23-24
Field Trip to Scotland - D Hill 12, 55.
Field Meetings 1985 - M Horne 5, 12.
Field Meetings 1988 - M Horne 8, 4-5.
Field meetings 1990 - M Horne 8, 26-30.
Field Meetings 1993 - M Horne 11, 44-46.
First UK RIGS Conference - M Horne 12, 34.
Flint Meal - M Horne 10, 26.
The Geochemistry of the Red Clays of Holderness - C Memczak et al. 14, 101-112
Geological Conservation in East Yorkshire - M Horne 11, 65-68.
The geological material in the T B Parks Collection - P J Boylan 3, 7-10.
Geological rambles of a Tank Officer in World War 2 - E V Wright 14, 41-49
A Geological Walk in the city of Hull - R Harrison & M Horne 8, 21-25.
Geological Web Sites - D Hill 12, 68.
The geology and fauna of Filey Brigg, North Yorkshire - F Whitham 11, 50-53.
The geology and fauna of the South Cave Station Quarry. F Whitham 10, 54-58.
Geology in the city - M Horne 11, 3-4.
The Geology of the Hull Fish Trail - M Horne 12, 4.
The Geology of the Market Weighton By-pass - L Emery, M Horne, S Mitchell & F Whitham 11, 25-33.
The Geology of the Melton Ross Chalk Quarries, North Lincolnshire - F Whitham 12, 31.
The Geology of Midd1egate Quarry, South Ferriby - F Whitham 9, 4-7.
The Geology of Pearson Park, Hull. M. Horne 5, 27.
The Glacial Geology of Dimlington High Cliff - F Whitham, M Horne & T Rockett. 13, 53-56
Glaciation and the Yorkshire Coast. T Rocket 10, 14.
Hessle 'Buried Cliff' - K. Fenton 4, 6-13.
The Hessle Till: new light on an old problem - L F Penny 2, 11.
The History of the Hull Geological Society - M Horne 7, 40pp.
The Hull Geological Society Conservation Fund 13, 26
Hull Geological Society field trip to Ravenscar, 10th September 2006.T Rockett - 15, 2
The Hull Geological Society Medal 1938. A. Berry 5, 6-10.
Hull Geological Society visit to the Frodingham Ironstone quarries on 24th June 2006. T Rockett -15, 2
Hyperlioceras rudidiscites at North Newbald. F. Whitham 5, 13-14.
An Ichthyosaur vertebra from Hotham Carrs - P Halkon 11, 39.
The Internet, a useful tool for geologists? - N P Whittington 13, 69-73
The Importance of the Caytoniales and Cayton Bay - J B Barrett 14, 27-32
In the beginnings… - K Fenton 3, 2-3.
Kelsey Hill, 1888 - F .F Walton 4, 22-23.
In Memoriam - Kenneth Fenton - L Emery, M Horne & F Whitham 5, 3.
Letter from Bernard Conway - 5, 11.
Letter from Rev. E. Maule Cole 1911 - 5, 31.
Letter from Mary Sheppard - 5, 11.
Another letter from Mary Sheppard [M Horne] 12, 11.
Lewis Frederick Penny 1920-2000 - J W Neale 13, 4-6
Lewis Penny remembered - M Horne 13, 3
List of Officers and Committee for 2000. 13, 15
Macrofossil succession of the Burnham Formation (Upper Cretaceous, Upper Turonian Stage) of North Ormsby, Lincolnshire. J P Green - 15, 3-6
Market Weighton 1888 - J W Stather 8, 3.
Mark Piasecki remembered -various authors 13, 9-10
Notes on Trip Through France September 2011 - B Heaton - 15, 41
List of Members 1975 - 1, 18-19.
List of Members [1984] - K Fenton 4, 24.
Membership List 1990 - 8, 38-39.
List of Members [1992] -10, 59-60.
Membership List [1998] - 12, 72.
Membership list [2000] 13, 81-2
Membership list 2006. 14, 65-6
Members' Evening 1984. - M. Horne 4, 1.
Members' Evening 1985 - M. Horne 5, 28.
Members' Evening 1992 . 10, 10-11.
Memories of Professor Michael House - M Brasier, C Darmon, & M Horne 14, 5-7
Michael House remembered - P McCabe 14, 4-5
Millenium - M Horne 13, 14-15
Millenium, Time for reflection on Time and tides - N P Whittington 13, 13-14
Nafferton Grange Quarry - F Whitham 2, 8-9.
North Newbald Quarry - F. Whitham 4, 14-16.
Notes and comments - M Horne 5, 6 & 14.
Notes and comments - M Horne 8, 5 & 39.
Notes and comments -. M Horne 11, 69-70.
Notes and Comments - M Horne 12, 71.
Notes and Comments - M Horne & M Boyd 10, 7-9.
Notes and Comments - M Horne & N P Whittington 13, 77-80
Notes and comments - M Horne 14, 13-17.
Notes on the disturbance features within the Sewerby Gravels at Bridlington, East Yorkshire - R Harrison 3, 15-20.
Notes on the UKRIGS Conference 2002 - B Heaton 14, 54-57
Obituaries - M Horne14, 3-4
Obituary - Donald Beveridge - F Whitham 14, 11
Open questions in East Yorkshire Geology - answers from the amateurs. - M Horne Spec Pub no.1
The Origin of Flint in Chalk- C Dutton 10, 27-43.
The Origin of the Moon - C Dutton 8, 35-36.
Past Officers of the Hull Geol. Soc. - M. Horne 5, 29-30.
Photographs of the displays of the Lamplugh meeting 2005 - P Richards and J Pratt Spec Pub no.1
Pictures from the Lamplugh Field Meeting 2005 - P Richards Spec Pub no.1
Professor Ansel Dunham [obituary M Horne & J Darmody] - 12, 3.
The Provenance of the Glacial Tills on the Holderness Coast, East Yorkshire, UK. L Beaumont (online only)
Quaternary Geology of the Holderness Coast: A Brief Overview. T J Marsters15, 24-33
Radiocarbon dates for the last glaciation in Holderness - L F Penny 2, 12-13.
The real mineral resources of the United Kingdom - P W Scott 14, 18-20
Recollections - R M Stainforth 3, 4-6.
Reminiscences of some early collecting in East Yorkshire - EV & CW Wright 12, 73.
Report of a joint meeting of the Hertfordshire and Hull Geological Societies 2003 - M Horne 14, 58-60
Report of the East Riding Boulder Committee 1992 to 2000 - M Horne 13, 42-45
Report of the East Riding Boulder Committee 2001 to 2004 - M Horne 14, 92-98
Report of the East Riding Boulder Committee 2005 - 2011 - M Horne15, 34-38
Report of Excursion to South Ferriby and Barton August 1888- F.F.Wa1ton 9, 2-3.
Report of the field meeting held on 14th July 1990 - F Whitham & T Rockett 8, 31-2.
Report of Field Meeting in North Lincolnshire. - Paul Hildreth 13, 25-26
Report of Hull Geological Society field trip to Derbyshire - F Whitham 13, 22-23
Report of the Lamplugh Field Meeting 2005 - M Horne Spec Pub no.1
Report of the Members' Evening held on 25th September 1974 - W Watson 1, 13-17.
Report of 3rd UKRIGS Conference - B Heaton & M Horne 13, 27-33
Rifle Butts Quarry SSSI - M Horne and C Dutton 12, 37.
Rudist bivalves - a bizarre group of fossils from the Cretaceous of Jamaica - SF Mitchell 12, 40.
A Section of the Burnham Chalk Formation at Ulceby Vale Quarry, North Lincolnshire. P Hildreth15, 7-15
Section of the Red Cliff North Ferriby - K Fenton 3, 13-14.
Shells collected from the Kelsey Hill Gravels at Keyingham - S Whittaker 14, 92
C F B Shillito - M Horne 8, 6-7.
C F B Shillito 1870-1950 - T B Parks 8, 6-7.
Skipsea Withow Mere. T J Marsters 15, 69-84
The Society in the 1930's. - C W Wright  4, 2 -3.
Some Eighteenth Century Notes on Glacial erratics In Humberside - M Boyd 10, 15-17.
Some favorite teaching localities. S. Rogers 5, 32.
Some open questions in East Yorkshire Geology - G W Lamplugh 1898. Spec Pub no.1
Some open questions in East Yorkshire Geology - G W Lamplugh 1898. 14, 67-78
Some Thoughts on the Millennium - Cyril Dutton 13,11-13
South Ferriby Quarry - F Whitham 4, 19 -21.
South Newbald Quarry - F .Whitham 4, 4 -5.
The Speeton Clay: ‘a section that is impossible to exhaust' - P Rawson [Recording of lecture] Spec Pub no.1
Speeton Clay Dinosaurs - EV Wright 12, 10
Starting a small fossil collection - M Horne 12, 12.
Starting geology - C Dutton 14, 39-40
Starting geology in East Yorkshire. M Horne 10, 13.
The strange and wonderful Speeton Clay - M Horne 13, 76-77
The stratigraphy of the Upper Cretaceous Chalk at Thixendale, North Yorkshire - F Whitham, M Horne & L Emery 8, 33-4.
St Austin and the Fairy: a tale of two RIGS - D J Gobbett 14, 33-38
Student memories of Lewis Penny - J A Catt 13, 7-8
Stylolite Formation in the Yorkshire Chalk - M Chambers 11, 54-64.
A summary Cenozoic history of the Yorkshire Wolds. - D Gobbett 15, 48-68
Tectonic structures in the Chalk of the northern part of the Yorkshire Wolds - D Gobbett 15, 42-47
Ted Wright remembered - M Horne 14, 12-13
A temporary section of the 'Black Band' at Flixton - B Latham 2, 3.
A ? Tertiary bivalve from the Holderness Tills" - M Horne. Spec Pub no.1
Tides on the Yorkshire coast - H Watson 2, 14.
Tom Sheppard "Hyper-Scientist". M. Horne 5, 5.
A tribute to Professor Michael House - R A Hewitt 14, 8-10
Two very interesting and contrasting coarse-grained plutonic rocks found on our beaches -C Dutton 12, 45.
Unfolding the Ingletonian Rocks of North Yorkshire. - P Hildreth 14, 21-7
The Upper Jurassic Kimmeridge Clay - Martin Chambers 13, 57-68
Upper Jurassic of Malton-Scarborough district - F. Whitham 5, 15-18.
Uppermost Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous of North Lincolnshire. A. Lomax &. R. Young 5, 18-20.
The Variegated Beds Member of the Welton Chalk Formation of North Lincolnshire P Hildreth 12, 18.
Visit to an old lead mine at Nenthead, Cumbria - D Hill 11, 47-49.
Visit to Boulby Potash Mine - M Horne and N Whittington 12, 66.
Walk near North Newbald - M. Horne 4, 17-18.
Walton Street and the Hull Geological Society - F Whitham 13, 68
Water resources of the Yorkshire Chalk- C. Green 10, 44-52.
What have we done to the Yorkshire Chalk? - R Mortimore [Recording of lecture] Spec Pub no.1
What is Measurement? - C Dutton 8, 16-20.
Whitby and the Cleveland Dyke, Hull Geological Society Field Trip for Yorkshire Geology Month. P Hildreth15, 23
Who invented the name Dinosaur? - C Dutton 11, 39.
The work of G.W. Lamplugh in understanding the Quaternary history of East Yorkshire - J Catt Spec Pub no.1
The work of G.W. Lamplugh in understanding the Quaternary history of East Yorkshire - J Catt [Recording of lecture] Spec Pub no.1
The work of G.W. Lamplugh in understanding the Quaternary history of East Yorkshire - J A Catt 14, 83-89
A year in the life of….Hull Geological Society. - M Horne 13, 16-21
Yorkshire Geology Month 2005 - M Horne 14, 61-64
Yorkshire's Jurassic Park - M Horne 12, 8.

 

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