Humberside Geologist Online Edition
The journal of the Hull Geological Society
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Welcome to the online edition of Humberside Geologist, journal of the Hull Geological Society. As a society we run a full program of summer field trips and winter lectures details of which can be found on the societies events web pages. The society does not endorse or support any of the advertisers who appear on the webpages.
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Editorial from No. 1 - by Brian Latham
In the beginnings - by Kenneth Fenton.
Report of field excursion to Kelsey Hill, June 16th. 1888. - by F F Walton
Geology in the City by Mike Horne
An Ichthyosaur vertebra from Hotham Carrs by Peter Halkon
Past Officers of the Hull Geological Society (updated version)
Note - the Society has started an archive project to make past numbers of Humberside Geologist, East Yorkshire Field Studies and Transactions of the Hull Geological Society available on CD-ROMs. Selected articles will be made available on this web-site. The CD-ROM of Humberside Geologist numbers 1 to 13 is now available and costs 10 pounds (including postage in the UK) please E-Mail Mike Horne for the latest details.
Humberside Geologist No. 7 (published 1989)
The History of the Hull Geological Society 1888 - 1988 by Mike Horne (slightly updated version; without pictures or appendix).
The History of the Hull Geological Society 1888 - 1988 by Mike Horne (slightly updated version; with pictures - 500KB ).
Humberside Geologist No. 9 (published 1991) -
Bibliography of East Yorkshire Geology - Mike Horne (updated March 2006) (about 210Kb)
Discovering garnets along the shore - C Dutton
Editorial - D Hill
Field Meeting to Langtoft Chalk pits - F Whitham
Field Trip to Scotland - D Hill
First UK RIGS Conference - M Horne
Notes and Comments-M Horne
On the Beach??- P Hildreth
Reminiscences of some early collecting in East Yorkshire - E V & C W Wright
Rifle Butts Quarry SSSI - M Horne and C Dutton
Speeton Clay Dinosaurs - E V Wright
Starting a small fossil collection - M Horne
The Geology of the Hull Fish Trail - M Horne
Visit to Boulby Potash Mine - M Horne and N Whittington
Yorkshire's Jurassic Park - M Horne
Number 13 (published 2000)
Abstracts from joint meeting November 2000 - various authors
A field Trip to Castleton, Derbyshire - N P Whittington
A year in the life of the Hull Geological Society (1999-2000) on-line version with added photos by Mike Horne
Cement making at South Ferriby - P Vjestica & F Whitham
Excursions from the past - P Hildreth
Lewis Frederick Penny 1920-2000 - J W Neale
Millennium (updated version) by Mike Horne
Millenium, Time for reflection on Time and tides - N P Whittington
Report of the East Riding Boulder Committee 1992-2000 by Mike Horne
Report of 3rd UKRIGS Conference - B Heaton & M Horne
Student memories of Lewis Penny - J A Catt
The Glacial Geology of Dimlington High Cliff - F Whitham, M Horne & T Rockett.
The Internet, a useful tool for geologists? - N P Whittington
The strange and wonderful Speeton Clay - M Horne
The Upper Jurassic Kimmeridge Clay by Martin Chambers
Thoughts on the Millennium by Cyril Dutton
Walton Street and the Hull Geological Society - F Whitham
Articles from Humberside Geologist no 14 (not yet printed):
Abstracts from the "Open Questions in East Yorkshire Geology" meeting, October 2005 - various authors (new)
Abstracts from the "The Pleistocene World" meeting 13th October 2001 - various authors (text only)
Abstracts from the "The Pleistocene World" meeting 13th October 2001 - various authors (with photographs about 500kb)
Coastal Erosion and the Lost Towns of Holderness. - Gordon Ostler
Glazes: from ash and clay - Stan Prokop (new - with photographs)
The Geochemistry of the Red Clays of Holderness and their origin - Caroline Memczak et al. (new - 236kb)
Geological rambles of a Tank Officer in World War 2 - E V Wright
Michael House remembered - Dr. Peter McCabe
Notes and comments - Mike Horne (new)
Notes on the UKRIGS Conference 2002 - Barrie Heaton
Obituary - Donald Beveridge - Felix Whitahm
The real mineral resources of the United Kingdom - Peter W. Scott
Shells collected from the Kelsey Hill Gravels at Keyingham - Stephen Whittaker
Some open questions in East Yorkshire Geology - G W Lamplugh 1898.
Starting geology - Cyril Dutton
St Austin and the Fairy: a tale of two RIGS - Derek J. Gobbett
A tribute to Professor Michael House - Roger A. Hewitt
The work of G.W. Lamplugh in understanding the Quaternary history of East Yorkshire - John A. Catt (new)
Unfolding the Ingletonian Rocks of North Yorkshire. - Paul Hildreth (new)
Yorkshire Geology Month 2005 - Mike Horne (new)
Articles from Humberside Geologist no 15 (not yet printed):
The Amazing Mr Sheppard - M. R. D. Seaward
Whitby and the Cleveland Dyke - Paul Hildreth B.Sc.
HGS Field Trip to Ravenscar - T Rockett.
HGS Visit to Frodingham Ironstone quarries - T Rockett.
A Section of the Burnham Chalk Formation at Ulceby Vale Quarry - P. N. Hildreth
Special publication number 1 - CD-ROM of the 2005 Lamplugh meeting including recordings of talks, texts and photographs of the displays and field-meeting. Now available from the Secretary; price 2 pounds including postage in the UK..
Price List for Back Numbers (Prices include post and packing, in the U K; overseas postage extra. Please make cheques payable to "Hull Geological Society" and send orders to 28 Salisbury Street, Hull, HU5 3HA.)
Articles in preparation for publication at a future date:-
Humberside Geologist No. 12 was prepared by Jim Darmody, Cyril Dutton, Paul Hildreth, David Hill, Anne and Mike Home, Simon Mitchell, Felix Whitham, Nigel Whittington, Chris Wood and Ted Wright. The printed edition was printed by Hull University. HTML realisation by Nigel Whittington (email@example.com) Greatful thanks to Beverley Road Community Association and Hull University for use of computing facilities in preparing the Online edition.The Online edition contains the full content of the printed version with the exception of the list of members of the society and a list of geology related URLs compiled by Dave Hill. Much of the contents has been scanned in using OCR software and any errors or typos in the online version are my responsibility.
Humberside Geologist no. 13 has been prepared by Lynden Emery, David Hill, Mike Horne, Nigel Whittington with the help of Anne Horne, John Catt and the authors of the articles. The online version was produced by Mike Horne and Nigel Whittington. We are grateful to Singleton Birch Quality Lime products for sponsoring this publication.
The editors for Humberside Geologist no. 14 are - Chris Blackhurst, Lynden Emery, Derek Gobbett, Paul Hildreth, David Hill, Anne Horne, Mike Horne, Stuart Jones, Paul Richards and Nigel Whittington.. We aknowledge the help of the authors, Felix Whitham and Willy Wright.
Please send articles for future issues to the Secretary of the Hull Geological Society, 28 Salisbury Street, Hull, HU5 3HA (telephone 01482 346784) E-Mail Mike Horne. Preference is given to items about local geology and the history of local geological studies. Please refer to "Humberside Geologist Guidence Notes for Authors" for information about 'house style'.
The opinions expressed by authors in this publication do not necessarily represent the views of the Society as a whole. The Society does not accept any responsibility for any inaccuracies. It is your responsibility to get permission from landowners before entering quarries and geological sites. Remember to wear proper protective clothing and always be careful.
(c) Hull Geological Society 1999 - 2007
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(Updated March 10, 2010 )