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Part 1A Reference Series: Rocks, Minerals & Fossils 

This website houses photographs and descriptions of the specimens found in the 1A (first year) Reference Series at the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge. This series is a collection of rocks, minerals and fossils used to aid the first year Geology students in their practical revision. It is not an exhaustive collection, but includes the range of specimens with which the first year students should become familiar. You may also want to use The Virtual Microscope web site in conjunction with the Reference series - or Vice Versa


Part II/III Reprint Collection

The Part II/III Reprint Collection List includes details of all articles that are available in hard copy and may be borrowed from the Library Office. Many of them are on reading lists but may not be available elsewhere in the Library.


Visit Moodle the "virtual collaboration environment" for course support materials - Raven login required. 

Past Tripos Papers

Copies of past papers can be found on the relevant Moodle website. There is also an index page linking to papers for all of our courses on Camtools but this can only be accessed from computers in the University. 

Members of the ESC Supervisors area of Moodle can also access copies of papers for all our courses externally by using the  Camtools login. Anyone who supervises geology courses in department should contact  or one of the course organisers to be registered for access to this area of Moodle.

Part II/III Projects

ArcGIS Information

Other Resources

Journal articles: the ‘Thing Explainer’ version PDF

Pay my library bills: Pay your library printing bills or fines

Digital Map Library

Postgraduate Resources


 sedgwick club twitter

Sedgwick Club: the student geological society of the University of Cambridge 


User Education - Earth Sciences Provision

The Library offers a full programme of user education to Part II undergraduates and new postgraduates at the beginning of the Michalemas Term. Some sessions will be repeated at the beginning of the Lent Term for all Library users. See What's New for a timetable of currently offered sessions. Where advised please book by emailing 

Online Tutorials

Copyright Advice

The University is licensed with the Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA). This means that published works covered by the licence can be copied, within these restrictions:

  • No more than 5% of the total work can be copied
  • No more than one chapter per book or one article per journal issue can be copied.

Here are a couple of quick copyright flowcharts: excluding crown copyright and crown copyright

Visit the University's webpage on copyright for further information regarding copyright matters commonly encountered at the University.

Digital Map Library

On-line resources for mapping projects & general mapping

Earth Sciences Digital Map Library

Smartphone compass/clinometer apps. Warning from Nigel Woodcock

I keep being told that the complete answer to collecting field orientation data is a smartphone app such as FieldMove Clino. This does a lot of good things, BUT you should be aware of possibl errors. This is a regular topic of discussion on the Geotectonics discussion  group at You can sign up there to see the FieldMove Clino thread beginning on 27/8/14, but the gist of the widely held concerns is in the post below from Richard Jones at Geospatial research at Durham. I'm sure that we will get reliable app/smartphone combination within a few years, but be careful in the meantime. 

"We have carried out quite a lot of systematic testing of the suitability of iPhones as compass-clinos for measuring geological planes - and we have experienced very mixed results. 

The good news is that ...

  1. we have managed to get good, repeatable results that are approximately as precise as a set of analogue compass-clinos (Silva liquid filled housings, double spirit-level, no electronics). 
  2. once we're up and running, using an iPhone is much quicker than any analogue compass-clino we've used; so ideal for taking large numbers of measurements from a single sampling site (e.g. fracture transects).
  3. we've now taken many, many thousand measurements with iPhones that we believe are within acceptable precision.

The bad news is that ...

  1. if we're not very rigorous in setting-up and calibrating the devices, we usually get randomly bad results.
  2. even if we are very careful, the iPhones sometimes don't self-calibrate properly - so we always cross-check the iPhone against an analogue compass-clino before and after a measurement session.
  3. there's no obvious way of examining the device itself to see whether it's likely to be functioning correctly - you must have another device with which to compare it.

So personally, I'm extremely sceptical of the general validity of any orientation data that have been collected with smartphones - unless the user has documented their calibration procedure carefully, and that the calibration has not relied wholly of the device's own calibration [... or until someone has documented why this isn't necessary]. 
Based on this, I'd also recommend that any orientation data that are published (or form the basis for interpretations that are published) include a statement on the equipment and method used."

Smart phone & tablet apps

iGeology gives you an interactive geological map of the UK for use on phones and tablets. Download iGeology from Google Play

Rocklogger Android app for measuring rock orientation, strike & dip, and magnetic field - free. Also available is paid version with stereonet plotter

eGeo Compass 'The ultimate Android geology compass for geologists' says the web site

ArcGIS for iPhoneAndroid, and Windows phone 7



Google Earth for Mobile - free of charge for Android tablets or phones, also available for iPhones

Google translate  - available both for Android and iPhone

Images – anywhere around the world

General online resources

These are a series of old Soviet Topographic maps of various places around the world (a longing and the patience to transliterate Cyrillic and/or translate Russian may be an advantage). They are available at the following scales

This site may help with transliteration

These are links from where you can select specific country information.These resources will often just give you an overview of the country with some topographic, and sometimes geological information but in ageneral way

Contours to import 

A good resource for worldwide contours is the Global Digital Elevation Map (GDEM) made available by NASA from here: There a number of choices you can make but in all honesty I've only ever tried one and it works fine. You'll need to create an account to be able to download the material you want but it is a simple process and the account is activated immediately. Remeber to be as precise as you can with you areas, as the larger the area you request the larger the files you'll have to manipulate. 

General Geological  Resources online


        • OneGeology OneGeology is an international initiative of the geological surveys of the world access the viewing portal from here - Remeber to click on the View Layers option to add and remove your chosen layers.
        • OpenGeoScience from the BGS, a brand new site launched in December 2009. There is 6 sections to explore:
          • Data
          • Education
          • Maps
          • Pictures
          • Reports
          • Software

Region-specific information


              • Microsoft® TerraServer is the world's largest searchable image database with zoomable 1-meter resolution USGS digital orthophotos of the U.S.
              • Topozone – Claims to have every USGS topographic map, orthophotomap, and aerial photograph in the entire United States. Fun to play with – and some very good deals on Map Packs (maps, aerial photos etc)
              • National Geological Map database – USGS resource for geological maps and related data
              • National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program – some potentially useful information about geological mapping projects in general and the ‘how tos’ of mapping. Some useful links on this page
              • Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Data Center United States Geological Survey (USGS) site
              • National Aerial Photography Program (NAPP) – more from USGS
              • U.S. Geological Survey Aerial Photography
              • Electronic Map Library contains a series of maps created by Dr William Bowen, of the Department of Geography at California State University, Northridge. The online collection contains maps which are stored in GIF and JPEG formats and also in PDF, EPS, and TIFF formats. The online maps focus mainly on areas of the United States and include the Digital Atlas of the United States
              • United States Geological Survey publications in the Library. Many of these will have relevant maps for your chosen mapping area. A large amount of USGS material is available on-line at the USGS Publication Warehouse. Search the online catalogue Newton for the Geological Survey

Canada/North America


              • Africa: general resources available
              • Madmappers - "GIS data accessible to all" - a bit of a hunt but you will find material there
              • A good resource for 1:50K maps of South Africa is Spatial Reference you'll need to register and log in to downlaod the maps but it is free
              • Digital map of Africa This website (Open File Report 97-470A, version 2.0, 2002) was compiled by the United States Geological Survey (USGS). It is a digital map including geology, oil and gas field locations, and geologic provinces of Africa, as part of a worldwide series of maps in CD-ROM. Maps are in PDF format and can be downloaded with Acrobat Reader. The site contains also links to references and contact information
              • Many African countries have Geological Survey publications, some bulletins, reports or memoirs. We have a lot of these publications, especially the older ones in the Library. Search the online catalogue Newton for the Geological Survey for a specific country

Europe – a selection

  The Geological Survey of Denmark & Greenland 



              • National Land Survey of Iceland main site full of topographic mappy goodness
              • Here to download 1:50,000 maps
              • Here for a general atlas
              • Here for the general map viewer - you can add and remove/adjust layers


              • ISPRA (Istituto superiore per la protezione e la ricerca ambientale): 1:50 000 Geological maps. Problem 1) Site doesn't (currently) work in English so you have to use the Italian version. Problem 2) The maps are available for viewing ONLY via a Flash viewer. Please let us know if the link doesn't work.
              • This is the Italian Military Geography site map viewer:  and here is the doanload section for all sorts of things, including shp files and how to connect to the italian WFS



              • Some map guidance can be had from the LNEG site - there is some English language translations of the site but not all the pages are
              • And a full Geoportal is availbale from here, including a map viewer






                  • the geoportal of the Swiss Confederation - for geological maps look under Nature & Environment section
                  • Swisstopo Federal Office of Topography


      • The OS
      • Landmap: provides spatial data and learning resources for the UK - Provides orthorectified satellite image mosaics of Landsat, SPOT and ERS radar data and a high resolution Digital Elevation Model for the British Isles. This data is available in formats that are readily accessible to users of Geographic Information Systems, Image Processing and Desktop publishing software
      • Digimap: Cambridge University Library subscribes to this service which delivers Ordnance Survey Map Data to users within UK Tertiary Education via the Internet. You need to have a Raven authentication account to register free of charge for access to Digimap. For more information about Digimap see the University Library Map Room web pages. Please follow this link for information on Raven 
        Important: Registration takes at least 3 days so plan in advance
      • Map and Data Place : EDINA provides key geographic data, especially for the UK, such as digital maps and digital boundaries
      • Geology of Britain (British Geological Survey)
      • GeoIndex: This site provides a map-based index to datasets that have been collected or have obtained from other sources. The Britain Beneath our Feet website provides more generalised maps based on data collected.
      • British Geological Survey publications in the Library. Many of these will have relevant maps for your chosen mapping area. Search the online catalogue Newton for the Geological Survey
      • You can find the Ordnance Survey of Ireland (OSI) here and the OSI map viewer their GeoPortal is here and here is the map viewer
      • The Geological Survey of Ireland can be found here and their on-line mapping tools are here
      • Ireland – the Library has a number of geological maps. For topographic maps you will need to go to the University Library Map Room
                  • For Europe your best bet is to use the Earth Sciences Map Library to check for maps although we do not have everything and may need to order maps in. Also try the general online resources section
                  • Many European countries have Geological Survey publications, some bulletins, reports or memoirs. We have a lot of these publications, especially the older ones in the Library. Search the online catalogue Newton for the Geological Survey for a specific country

      6. Australia/New Zealand

      7. South America

                  • Try the general online resources links for South American information, also the USGS often has publications relating to this area
                  • Many South American countries have Geological Survey publications, some as bulletins, or reports or memoirs. We have a lot of these publications, especially the older ones in the Library. Search the online catalogue Newton for the Geological Survey for a specific country


                  • Geological Survey of Brazil in English or CRPM (Companhia de Pesquisa de Recursos Minerais) in Portugese
                  • For topographical maps look in IBGE Instituto Brasiliero Geografia e Estatística

        8. Asia

                    • India Geological Survey
                    • Geological Survey publications for many Asian countries are available in the Library in print form as journals, bulletins or reports. Search the online catalogue Newton for the Geological Survey for a specific country
                    • CHINA  - China Geological Surveydata services China GeoData Service. This looks like a really good resource, but so far I have only been able to make it work in the Google Browser - but that's quite handy because you can get it to translate for you should you need it.


        Institutions/Geological Surveys

                    • A useful page from Berkeley for Geological surveys and institutions of the relevant country. A strong US focus but a good starting point
                    • BGS geoportal - Good way to find out all the details of academic and commercial organizations for you to get in touch with in the country of your mapping project – try and do a text search on the country/region you’re interested in


        Buying maps

        Part II Mapping Projects: The Librarian will purchase topographic maps that you need but in some instances (especially if mapping abroad) it will be cheaper for you to buy the maps whilst there. Always make sure that you will be able to do this beforedeciding on this course of action. The Librarian needs plenty ofadvance notice for ordering foreign maps via the normal agents. TheLibrary will buy these maps back from you providing that you havepre-arranged this with the Library staff AND the maps are in goodcondition.

        Previous Part II Mapping Projects

        A reference of projects that the library holds copies of & locations where students have been mapping


        Part II Mapping Project

        Mapping Projects


        Project No.




        The Study of an Area on the Southern Edge of the Adamello Massif. 6 II Gillian Apps 1980   No information
        The Geology of the Area South West of Killary Harbour, Co. Galway, Eire. 4 II Susan Rigby 1985   No information
        The Geology of Southern Quimsa Chata and Serranias. (Chilla to the South of Tiahuanaco, Bolivia)  10 II Stuart Paton 1989 Cambridge Geological Project to Bolivia, The Denis Curry Trust, Queens' College Cambridge
        The Geology of Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. 2 II Georg Zellmer 1994 Trinity College
        The Geology of the West side of the Ossau Valley Pyrenees Atlantiques, France 9 II Fiona Hilton 1997 Corpus Christi College, The Worshipful Company of Mercers, The Kathleen and Margery Elliot Trust
        The Geology of The Devils Fence Anticline area, Jefferson and Broadwater Counties, Montana. 8 II Jenefer Brett 1997 The Guilchrist Foundation
        The Sedimentary Facies and Tectonics of Kongressdalen, West Spitsbergen. 11 II Douglas Paton 1997 Mobil North Sea, Amerada Hess, BP, The Royal Geographical Society
        The Geology of the Southwest Harlech Dome, near Barmouth, North Wales. 5 II Ian Showell 1997 No information
        The Geology of the Montgenevre Ophiolite, French Western Alps. 2 II Jonathan Blower 1997 No information
        The Geology of the North West Corner of the Kula Volcanic Field, Western Turkey. 22 II Lisa Hall 1998 No information
        The Geology of Tover, The Lake District. 21 II Neil G. Sime 1998 Shell International Travel Bursary, Queens' College
        The Geochemical Variability of Borgarhraun Lava Flow Theistereykir, Iceland. 19 II Fiona Hilton 1999 No information
        The Geology of the Moine Thrust Zone by Loch Eriboll, Sutherland. 3 II Catherine Isherwood 1999 Dorothy Mandall Strong Memorial Scholarship Fund
        The Geology of the White Lake Basin, British Columbia. 23 II Katie Dane 2003 Mary Euphrasia Mosley Fund, Cambridge Commonwealth Trust, Marr Memorial Fund, The Royal Dutch/Shell Group, Sir Bartle Frere's Memorial Fund, Worts Travelling Scholars Fund, Churchill College, St. Catherine's College
        The Geology of Llyn Ogwen Valley, Snowdonia, North Wales. 29 II John Elliott 2004 Pembroke College, Marr Memorial Fund
        The Structure and Sedimentology of Cretaceous to Miocene Rocks in the vicinity of Ward, Marlborough, New Zealand. 49 II Tom Russon 2004 No information
        The Geology of the Coastal Hills of Ward, Marlborough, South Island, New Zealand. 50 II Andy Wilson 2004 No information
        The Geology in the Cape Fold Belt, near Laingsburg, South Africa. 36 II Sebastian Watt 2005 No information
        The Ordovician Geology North of Tremadog, North Wales. 35 II Chris Roberts 2005 No information
        The Geology of the Jarre Creek area, Colorado , USA. 45 II Robin Haworth 2006 Charlie Bayne Travel Trust
        The Geology of The Floriskraal Dam, near Lainsburg, South Africa. 42 II Magaret Hartley  2006 No information
        The Geology of the Valdore Meanders area (Esla Valley, Castilla y Leon) 48 II E. Kite 2006 No information
        The Geology of the Vourinos Ophiolitic Sole, Northern Greece. 54 II Robert Myhill 2007 Peterhouse College, Greek Institute of Geology and Mineral Exploration (IGME), Winner of John Reekie Memorial Prize for 2007
        The Solid Geology of the Muscat Area, Sultanate of Oman. 55 II Andrea D. Tegzes` 2007 No information
        The Geological Study of the Vourinos Ophiolite. 56 II Robert Sparkes 2007 No information
        The Geology of the Perry Park, Douglas County, Colorado. 68 II Jillian Hawker 2007 No information
        The Geology of the Island of Atloy, Norway. 61 II Maria Andersson 2007 No information
        A geological map of the Lac de Bious-Artigues area, Val d'Ossau, Français 64 II James Shaw Stewart 2007 No information
        Archeon Geology of the Steynsdorp Anticline, Barberton, South africa 65 II Jennifer Rutter 2007 Mary Euprasia, Marr Memorial and New Hall College Travel Funds
        The Geology of Zapahuira and the surrounding area in the region of Belen, Northern Chile 87  II Frances Boait 2007 The Centre of Latin American Studies
        Nature of the andesite sheets and basal contact of the Lower Borrowdale volcanic group 92 II Nick Plummer 2007 Charlie Bayne Travel Trust
        Geology of the Western Dassie Nappe of the Naukluft Nappe Complex, Namibia
        144 II Ellie Hughes 2007 No information
        The Steynsdorp Mapping Project, Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa. 66 II Susan Little 2008 Mary Euphrasia Fund, Girton College
        The Archean Geology of the Steynsdorp Anticline, Barberton, South Africa. 65 II Jennifer Rutter 2008 No information
        The Geology of the Cantabrians around Cremenes, North Western Spain. 67 II Oliver Shottle 2008 Queens' College
        Cerro Labertino Region, Antofagasta, Chile. 75 II Peter Hall 2008 Centre for South American Studies, Girton College
        The Geology of Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah, U.S.A. 76 II Lara Tarasewicz 2008 The Worts Fund, The Royal Geological Society, BP
        Cerro Laberinto Region Antorogasta Chile. 75 II Peter Hall 2008 Centre for South American Studies, Girton College
        Report on travel to the CO-Operative Republic of Guyana. 86 II Sarah v White 2008 Commonwealth Trust
        Mapping report on the geology of the Nephi Area, central Utah, USA. 77 II Guido Martin-Brandis 2009 No information
        The Geology of the Cape and Karoo basins 12km east of Matjiesfontein, South Africa 84 II Hannah Mottram 2009 No information
        The Geology of Salt Creek Canyon, Utah, USA 79 II Samantha Simic 2009 No information
        The Geology of Riu les Esglesies, Catalan Pyrenees 88 II Gareth Fabbro 2009 No information
        The Geology of Matjiesfontein, South Africa 89 II Taryn Duckworth 2009 No information
        Geology of the Esla area, near Cremenes, Cantabrian Mountains, Northwest Spain 90 II Laura Soul 2009 The Worts Fund, Murray Edwards College
        Geology of the Richtersveld Desert, South Africa 96  II Owen Weller 2009 The Commonwealth Trust, Earth & Space Foundation, Pembroke College, Cambridge Arctic Shelf Programme (CASP)
        The Geology of the Vue des Alpes Region Southeast of La Chaux-de-Fonds, Neuchatel Canton, Switzerland 97 II David Neave 2009 Class of 2005 Mapping Fund, Winner of John Reekie Memorial Prize for 2009
        Mapping of an area north of the Karaburun Peninsula, in Izmir Province, Western Turkey 99
        Tom Robinson 2009 Cambridge European Trust, Worts Travelling Scholars Fund, Bancroft's School Exhibition and Loan Fund
        The Geology of Dolgarrog and Cwm Eigiau, North Wales 108 II Alexandra Miller 2010 No information
        The Geology of the White Lake Basin, Kearns Creek Area 105 II David Milodowski 2010 Shell, the Cambridge Commonwealth Memorial Trust, Worts Travel Fund, Marr Memorial Fund, Churchill College
        Investigations into aspects of geology in the Castleton area, Derbyshire (mostly desktop based) 106 II Benjamin Pennington 2010 No information
        Geology of eastern Lustadvatnet Nord-Trøndelag, Norway 102 II Aaron Bufe 2010 King's College, Trinity College 
        The Geology of South Pembrokeshire, Wales (partially desktop based) 103 II Elizabeth Atkinson 2010 Marr Memorial Fund
        Lustadvatnet, Nord-Trøndaleg, Norway: Geology of the Caledonide Orogeny 109 II Mark Hoggard 2010 Emmanuel College, LRGS, Marr Memorial Fund, Phil Towsend, Worts Travel Fund
        The Geology of the West Coast of the Island of Atloy, Western Norway 116 II David Sykes 2010 Worts Fund
        Report on the Geology and mapping of the cape and Karoo super groups 114 II Rosalie Tostavin 2010 Trinity Commonwealth Fund, Mary, Worts and Euphrasia Funds, Marr Memorial Fund, Sidney Sussex
        Report of Geological Mapping undertaken in Northeast Chapel Hill Quadrangle, Orange County, North Carolina 158
        Erin Earl
        2010 No information
        Geology of part of the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, Canada 115 II Tim Middleton 2011 The Edward Daniel Clarke Travel Bursary, Class of 2008 Mapping Fund, the Mary Euphrasia Mosley, Sir Bartle Frere & Worts Travel Funds, Joint Winner of John Reekie Memorial Prize for 2011
        Geology of La Totoraregion of the Huasco Valley, Norte Chico, Chile 111 II Helen Picot 2011 The Centre for Latin American Studies, Downing College Travel Grant, Worts Travelling Scholars Fund, Marr Memorial Fund
        The Geology of the Wolfville area, Nova Scotia, Canada 125 II Ekbal Hussain 2011 No information
        The Geology of the La Totora Valley, El Transito, Vallenar, Chile 126 II Robert Green 2011 Centre for Latin American Studies, St. John's College
        El Transito Region, Vallenar, Chile 127 II Jenny Roberts 2011 Centre for Latin American Studies, Trinity College, Shell UK
        Nature of members of Borrowdale Volcanic Group and its contact with overlying sediments 128
        Alex Brett
        1958 Trinity Hall Matriculands 58:08 Fund
        The Geology of Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, canada 129 II Alicia Davies 2011 Joint Winner of John Reekie Memorial Prize for 2011
        Geology of Rooiberg, South Africa 130
        Amy Nicholson
        No information
        Mapping report for study of Crémenes, Northern Spain 131 II Conor Meenan 2012 Donald Robertson Travel Grant Fund
        Geology of the area around Villamanin, northern Spain 138  II Amelia Penny
        2012 Class of 2005 Fund
        The geology of the El Transito Valley, Vallenar, Chile 137 II Olivia Osicki 2011 Worts Travel Fund
        Report on the Geology of the Pitote Stream Region and Paritata Peninsula, Waikato, New Zealand 141
        II David Arnold 2012 The Royal Geographical Society, Mary Euphrasia Mosely Grant, Marr Memorial Fund, Clare College
        Geology of the Waitetuna estuary and Otonga hills area, Raglan, Waikato State New Zealand

        Joanna Hall
        Winner of John Reekie Memorial Prize for 2012
        Bedrock geology of Mt. Nansen, Yukon, Canada

        Marthe Klöcking
        Mary Euphrasia Mosely Grant, Sir Bartle Frere & Worts Travel Funds, G.R.N. Minchin Fund, the Geological Society of London
        Arkaroola homestead, south Australia

        Robert Owen
        Bartle Frere Exhibitions, Mary Euphrasia Mosley Fund, Worts Travelling Scholars Fund
        The geology of Pichi Richi pass, south Flinders range, South Australia

        William Miller
        King's College Ferris travel grant, Sir Bartle Frere & Worts Travel Funds, G.R.N. Minchin Fund, the Geological Society of London
        The geology of north western Spain (Villamanin) 149

        Kate Horan
        Girton College, The Class of 2005 Fund
        Part II mapping project: Rusca Montana, Romania 150

        Tom Norwood
        No information
        The geology of Mt Nansen, Yukon, Canada 151
        Logan Mills 2012
        Marr Memorial Bursary, Bartle Frere, Mary Euphrasia Mosley and Worts Travelling Scholars Funds, Dave Thompson Memorial Award, Clare College Travel Grant, Clare College Geologists' Research Fund, Christ's College G.R.N. Mincin Fund, Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, Geological Society of London, Novas Consulting, Geological Survey of Canada, the University of British Columbia
        Geology of the Vredefort Dome, South Africa 153

        Claire Nichols
        2013 Newnham College, the Worts Fund
        The Geology of Southern Unst, Shetland Islands 154

        Hannah Snellgrove 2013 Dave Thompson Mapping Fund, Gonville & Caius College, Winner of John Reekie Memorial Prize for 2013
        Northeast Chapel Hill Quadrangle, Orange County, North Carolina 158 II Erin Earl 2009  No information
        Fronalp Region, Glarus Alps, Switzerland 159 II Simon Matthews 2013 St Catherine's College Travel Fund, Winner of the John Reekie Memorial Prize for 2014
        Tibbitt Lake region, Northwest territories, Canada 160 II Max Winchester 2013 Gilchrist Educational Trust, Selwyn College, Dave Thompson Award, Class of 2005 Award, Mary Euphrasia Moseley, Sir Bartle Frere & Worts Travel Funds
        South East Raasay, Scotland 161 II Amy Jennings 2013 King's College
        Raglan (Whaingaroa) Harbour, Waikato District, North Island, New Zealand 162 II Zoe Watson 2011  No information
        The Geology of the South-East of the Isle of Raasay, Scotland, United Kingdom 163
        Jack Wright
        Girton College M B. Thomas Fund
        Arkaroola, Northern Flinders Ranges, Australia 164
        II Christina Larkin 2013 Rosemary Edwards Fund for Student Support (Academic Needs & Travel Exhibition Funding), Murray Edwards College Gateway Challenges Funding, Bartle, Worts, Mary Euphrasia Mosley Funding.
        Geological mapping of South Kerrera 178 II Laura Briggs 2014 Newnham geology & geography grant, Class of 2005 Award
        Geology of the Chenaillet ophiolite and the lago nero-replatte thrust sheet, Mongenevre, France
        183 II Charlotte Jackson 2015

        Joint winner of the John Reekie Memorial Prize for 2015

        Funding from Jesus College, Robinson College, the Worts Fund.

        Geology of the Southeastern margin  of the Parnaíba Basin, Brazil 192 II Katy Walker 2015 Geological Society, The Santander - Centre for Latin American Studies, Sidney Sussex, Caius, Newnham, Shell, Chevron (oil company applications via Academic Staff)
        Geology of Northeastern Utö, Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden






        Richard Stockey



        The Chenaillet Ophiolite 185 II Thomas Hare 2015 St Catharine's College
        The geology around Villamanin, North Western Spain 186 II Matthew Varnam 2014 Christ's College
        The geology of Northern Flin Flon, Mb, Canada


        II Daniel Spencer 2016 The Ogden Trust, The Worts Travelling Scholars Fund, the Gilchrist Fund, Churchill College
        The geology of Mount Chaufukwe and the Ruaha River Valley, Chimala, Tanzania






        Alex Lipp



         Bartle, Worts, Mary Euphrasia Mosley Funding
        The geology of the Orcières complex, French Alps
        193 II Emily Mason 2016 2016 Winner of the John Reeekie Memorial Prize for Mapping 

        Title Project II Funding 





        Mineralogy Projects

        The Use of Total Scattering Methods in the analysis of Disordered Crystalline Materials. 28 II Elizabeth R. Shand
        No information
        Molecular dynamics simulations of structure I clathrate hydrates – Mineralogy project 85 II Leila Rimmer 2009 No information
        Nanostructure and crystallography of abberrant vaterite occuring in Corbicula fluminea (Mollusca) 133 II Max Frenzel 2011 No information


        Literature Reviews

        Name Project No. Part Author Year
        The Recycling of Water at Subduction Zones 73 II Joel C. Gill 2008
        Is the Chicxuclub Crater really K-T age? 43 II Daniel Welling 2006
        An investigation into the Origins of avian flight and the implications of Wing Assisted Incline Running (WAIR) 31 II E.Loffill 2005
        Quantifying levels of oxygen across the Great Oxidation Event – a review
        II Matt Lees 2016

        Previous Part III Student Projects

        A list of the Part III projects held in the library - Bullard, Dampt & BPI based projects will be kept in the Bullard Library during Michaelmas Term





        Project No.


        The palaeoecology and early diagenetic history of the Miocene Aymamon Limestone, Northern Puerto Rico


        Laura Robinson



        Cenozoic ridges and inversion structures project (C.R.I.S.P.)


        Gillian Kirby



        Geochemical Variability of Borgarhraun Lava Flow, Theistereykir, Iceland


        Fiona Hilton



        The search for a magma chamber beneath the slow spreading Reykjanes Ridge.


        Lisa Hall



        Climate change in the North Atlantic during the last interglaciation


        Elizabeth Petrie



        The influence of neotectonics, climate and bedrock geology on drainage dispersal pattern in northwest China


        Sarah Jane West



        Tertiary metamorphism of Lewisian Gneiss on the Isle of Rum,Inner Herbrides


        Catherine Isherwood



        The Sedbergh Conglomerate: Study of the facies, petrology and depositional environment of a Lower Carboniferous braided river system in the northwest of England


        T.W. Coleman



        The petrogenesis and tectonic significance of Permian basalt in the Tarim Basin, northwest China


        Thomas Rahilly



        Glacial to Interglacial changes in deep flow through Amirante Passage, SW Indian Ocean


        David Thornalley 



        Ionic mobility and structural disorder in potential radionuclide hosts


        Elizabeth Cope



        Cavern-collapse brecciation along a variscan fault: Dent Fault Zone, Cumbria


        Jenny Omma



        Pyrometamorphism, the Glenmore Plug, Ardnamurchan: the aureole


        Rachel Sides



        Interpretation of time-lapse seismic data from the CO2 storage operation at Sleipner, northern North Sea


        Sarah Lyle



        Mapping & morphological interpretation of the Kameni Dacite Lavas, Santorini, Greece, through the use of remote sensing techniques


        John Elliott



        Contributions of silicate and carbonate rocks to riverine sr fluxes in an Alpine catchment


        Leah Jackson-Blake



        Physical modelling of fluvial bedrock wear: angle of presentation


        Andrew Wilson - missing



        The compartive taphonomy, sedimentology and paleoecology of a new Oligocene mammalian bone-bed, White River Group, Badlands National Park, South Dakota, USA


        Tom Russon



        Polygonal faulting in the East Shetland Basin


        Gordon Lawrence



        CO2 sequestration in deep aquifers: dynamic control of fluid - rock interactions


        James Verdon



        Lithosphere evolution beneath the Kaapvaal Craton: Evidence from mantle xenoliths in the Finsch kimberlite, South Africa


        Jacqueline Malarkey



        Description & interpretation of a new Odontiopleurid (Meadowtownellid) Trilobite (Middle Ordovician) of the Builth Inlier, Mid-Wales


        Tim Conway



        Uptake of volcanic pollutants by plants


        Sebastian Watt



        Examining the causes of changes in carbonate depositional patterns during the early Cenozoic (on CD-Rom)


        Chris Roberts



        High-frequency microseismicity at the Torfajokull Volcano, South Iceland.


        Fiona Campbell



        Magma chamber processes from petrographic evidence - a study of the unit 12 allivalite, the Rum Igneous Complex, Scotland


        Ben Winpenny



        Development of multiple parageneses of corundum mineralisation in the Fiskenæsset Anorthosite Complex, Southwest Greenland


        Megan Ritchie



        A study of strike-slip fault zones and their void fills along the Gower Peninsula, South Wales


        Vicky Wright



        Physical properties of basalts and their influence on magmatic processes under Iceland


        Margaret Hartley



        Imaging mantle discontinuities using SS and PP precursors


        James Hood



        Ocean Acidification at the Paleocene-Eocene Boundary


        Michael Spencer



        Amazonian geomorphology of Olympia Undae region, Mars: implications for the origin of the North Polar gypsum


        Edwin Kite



        Seismic analysis of Quaternary glaciation in the North Sea


        Jeffrey Winterbourne



        Earthquakes in the Herdubreid area on the north Iceland plate boundary


        Clare Knox



        The effect of the iceland plume on the geological history of the NE Rockall Trough


        Jennifer Scott



        Erosional decay of Martian impact craters


        Susan Conway



        Investigating the interaction between ferromagnetic and ferroelastic domain walls below the Verwey transition in magnetite


        James Shaw Stewart



        Magmatic processes associated with volcanic activity on the periphery of the Galapagos Plume


        Andrew Miles



        A study of Jurassic coprolites from the Peterborough Member of the Oxford Clay


        Jillian Hawker



        Temperature and degassing effects on flow localisation and basaltic magmas in fissure eruptions


        Ajay Mistry



        Seismic oceanography


        Nick Plummer



        Temporal variations in the Earth's inner core using waveform doublets


        Anna Makinen



        Greenland crust investigated using receiver function analysis : probing the methods of imaging below low velocity surface layers


        Michael Pickard



        Crystal accumulation in lavas from Borgarhraun, Iceland


        Ashley Baker



        Structure of the Great Sumatran fault revealed by accurate relocation of crustal seismicity


        Owen Weller



        Melting, differentiation and degassing at the Pantelleria volcano, Italy 


        David Axford Neave



        Surface wave dispersion and upper mantle structure of the Tien Shan


        Thomas Robinson



        Oxidation state of the subcratonic lithosphere : a comparison between the Kaapvaal and Tanzanina cratons


        Michelle Dart



        Degassing and deformation of the Pantelleria magma chamber


        Gareth Fabbro



        Determining the uplift history of the Colorado plateau


        Guido Martin-Brandis



        Quantifying the dynamic drawdown of the Northwest Shelf of Australia


        Mark Hoggard



        Modelling CO2 storage: convective shutdown in a reservoir


        Catriona Reynolds



        Mid-Holocene fluvial styles and the emergence of civilisation


        Ben Pennington



        Seismic monitoring of geomorphic processes in the Chenyoulan River catchment, Taiwan


        David Milodowski



        Using radio-echo sounding as a tool for correlating ice core ages between Dome C and Vostok, East Antarctica


        Marie Cavitte



        The imperfect fossil record of early tetrapod diversification


        Elizabeth Atkinson



        Magma mixing and crystal transfer at Soufrière Hills, Montserrat


        Daniel Parkes



        Do phenocrysts form by mush disaggregation?


        Andrew Thomson



        The Ancient Lakes of Abusir, an investigation of landscape change in Lower Egypt


        Erin Earl



        Armoured dinosaurs from the toolebuc formation (lower cretaceous) of Queensland, Australia


        Dominic White



        Mechanical properties of active faults


        Timothy A. Middleton



        Mapping melt intrusions under Eyjafjallajokull, Iceland : insights from microseismicity


        Charlotte Schoonman



        Life and death in a community of Oligocene brachiopods from Everett's quarry, New Zealand


        Amy Nicholson



        Geochemical insights into the marine environment prevailing in the aftermath of the Permo-Triassic mass extinction


        Jenny Roberts



        Swarm microseismicity and upper crustal faulting between the Askja and Kverfjoll volcanic systems, Northern Iceland


        Robert Green



        The active tectonics of the Sulaiman fold-and-thrust belt, Western Pakistan


        Ekbal Hussain



        Mineralogy and metabolism at hydrothermal vents-geochemical modelling of vent plumes in different geological settings


        Olivia Osicki



        Origins of the Gash breccias in the Bullslaughter Bay Syncline, Pembrokseshire


        Alexandra Miller



        Flow in heterogenous porous media: implications for geological carbon storage


        Pedro Waterton



        Reconciling sulphur dioxide emissions from satellite data with petrological volatile data for explosive eruptions of Mount Etna


        Lois Salem



        Buoyancy driven plumes in porous media: implications for CO2 sequestration at the Sleipner project (Winner of the Neftex Model Award Prize 2013)


        Laurence Cowton



        Nanopaleomagnetism of meteorites: evidence for a core dynamo in the pallasite parent body


        Claire Nichols



        The geometry of active normal faulting in the Aegean


        Eleanor Ainscoe



        What controls earthquake stress drops?


        Thomas Ingleby



        Seismic imaging on thermohaline circulation in the North Atlantic Ocean (Bullard)


        Tom McCormick-Cox



        Giant antarctic bivalves: investigating change over the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary


        Joanna Hall



        Analysis of shell damage in Jurassic oysters: insight into the early phases of the Mesozoic Marine Revolution


        Stephen Pates



        Measuring temporal seismic velocity changes at Kilauea and Bardarbunga volcanoes using ambient noise (Bullard)


         Clare Donaldson



        Crystallisation temperatures from aluminium in olivine thermometery; implications for the temperature of the Icelandic mantle 


         Simon Matthews



        Vertebrate footprints from the Triassic of the Cheshire Basin: palaeocology illustrated with 3D modelling techniques


         Jack Wright



        Clumped isotope analysis of Antarctic Molluscs from the Late Cretaceous to Early Paleogene


         Christina Larkin



        Gas migration through crystal mushes: implications for the
        dynamics of persistently degassing volcanoes


        Anna Barth

        182 & 184 (2 copies)


        Carbon Recycling in Subduction Zones: Implications for the Closure of the Tethys


         Fraser Johnston



         Facies characterisation of the Bundoran shale formation


         Thomas Jack Roberts



        An investigation of fossil skull material from the London Clay (Ypresian): cranial anatomy and identification of †Scombrinus muchalis and †Duplexdens macropomus (Acanthomorpha Scombridae)




        Ayala Donegan





        Envorinmental heterogeny in the Burgess Shale Formation: evaluating Palaeoecological and Geochmical approaches


        Richards Stokey



         The effects of postseismic relaxation on the vertical motions produced by normal faulting, with application to Greece (Bullard)


        Thomas Hare




         Changes in the chemical weathering of the Himalaya following M7.8 Nepal 2015 Earthquake


         Ellie Stirk



         Thermal evolution of icy Saturnian satellites


         Dan Spencer










        IDP Literature Reviews 







        Phanerozoic atmospheric oxygen


        Elizabeth Atkinson



        Climatic effects of igneous province volcanism, and their link with mass extinctions


        Alexandra Miller



        Warm early Earth under a faint young Sun


        Sarah Burnham



        The viability of carbon sequestration in mafic and ultramafic rock


        Helen Picot



        Part II & Part III Reprint collection

        This is a list of the papers for which we don't have on-line access but do have paper copies in the library office. The list in is alphabetical order. The last number in brackets is the number you need to look for in the boxes.


        Alan, R.G.& Summerfield A.R (et al) (1994) (1043)

        Tectonic models of passive margin Evolution and their implications for theories of long-term landscape development.

        (Process Models & Theoretical Geomorphology chapter 3, 23-53)


        Aldridge, R.HJ. (2005),  (1124)


        (Encyclopaedia entry)


        Allen,J.R.L (1974) (1062)

        Studies in fluviatile sedimentation: implications of pedogenic carbonate units, Lower Old Red sandstone, Anglo-Welsh outcrop

        (Geological Journal 9, Pt 2 , 1974)


        Anderson, L.I. (2005) (1132)


        (Encyclopaedia entry)


        Anderson,OL (1986) (6-7) IN MAP ROOM

        Properties of iron at the Earth's conditions

        (Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 84, 561-579)


        Armijo,R (et al.) (1996) (12, 1243)

        Quaternary evolution of the Corinth Rift and its implications for the Late Cenozoic evolution of the Aegean

        (Geophysical Journal International 126, 11-53)


        Armstrong, H.A. (2007) (1222)

        On the cause of the Ordovician glaciation

        (The Micropalaeontological society, Special Publications. The Geological society, London.101-121)


        Arthur, M.A., Dean, W.E. & Schlanger, S.O. 1985 ( 712-713) 713 only IN MAP ROOM

        Variations in the global carbon cycle during the Cretaceous related to climate, volcanism and changes in atmospheric CO2

        (Geophysical Monograph 32, 504-529)


        Avouac, J.-P. (2004) (1114)

        Mountain building, erosion and the seismic cycle in the Nepal Himalaya

        (Advances in Geophysics 46, 1-80


        Badley,ME; Price,JD; Backshall,LC (1989) (17)

        Inversion, reactivated faults and related structures: seismic examples from the southern North Sea


        (Special Publications of the Geological Society 44, 201-219)


        Bally AW et al (1966)(21-22) IN MAP ROOM

        Structure, seismic data and orogenic evolution of southern Canadian Rocky mountains

        (Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology 14, 3, 337-381)


        Barton,PJ 1986 (24) IN MAP ROOM

        Comparison of deep reflection and refraction structures in the North Sea

        (Geodynamics Series 13, 297-300)


        Barton,PJ & Wood,RS 1984 (28-29)

        Tectonic evolution of the North Sea basin: crustal stretching and subsidence

        (Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 79, 987-1022)


        Bathurst, Robin G. C. (1975) (1190)

        Carbonate Sediments and their diagenesis - 2nd edition APPENDIX & extra References

        For full text in 1st edition see Developments in Sedimentology Vol. 12 (1971) EASJ.DEVSED.12

        (This item MUST remain in the Short Loan Collection)


        Beaumont,C (et al.) (34-35)

        Erosional control of active compressional orogens

        (Special Publication of the Geological Society 9, 1-18)


        Beaumont,C (et al.) (1992) (912)

        Erosional control of active compressional orogens

        (IN: McClay K.R.(ed) Thrust Tectonics pp.1-18)


        Bechennec,F (et al.) (1990) (38-39) IN MAP ROOM

        The Hawasina nappes: stratigraphy, palaeogeography and structural evolution of the south-Tethyan passive continental margin

        (Special Publication of the Geological Society 49, 213-223)


        Behrensmeyer, A.K. & Tauxe, L (1982) (1060)

        Isochronous fluvial systems in Miocene deposits of Northern Pakistan

        (Sedimentology 29,331-352)


        Benton,M.J. (1990) (43) IN MAP ROOM

        The causes of diversification of life

        (Systematics Association Special Volume 42, 409-430)


        Berger, W.H. et al. (1989) (1081)

        Ocean productivity and paleoproductivity - an overview

        In: Productivity of the Ocean: present and past

        Eds: W.H. Berger, et al.., pp 1-34


        Berger, W.H. (1989) (1082)

        Appendix: Global maps of ocean productivity

        In: Productivity of the Ocean: present and past

        Eds: W.H. Berger, et al.., pp 429-455


        Bergström, Jan & Xian-Guang Hou (2005) (1199)

        Early Palaeozoic non-lamellipedian arthropods

        (Crustacean Issues 16: Crustacean and Arthropod Relationships, 73-93)


        Berry, W.B.N. & Boucot, A.J. (746)

        Silurian graptolite depth zonation

        Report of the Session/International Geological Congress (1972), 24(7):59-65


        Bishop. J. D. D. & P. J. Hayward (1952) (1214)

        SEM atlas of type and figured material from Rober Lagaaij's ‘The Pliocene Bryozoa of the Low Countries'

        (Mededelingen Rijks Geologische Dienst (1989), 43(2):64 pp.)


        Bohlen,SR (1991) (56)

        On the formation of granulites

        (Journal of Metamorphic Geology 9, 223-229)


        Bone,Q (62) IN MAP ROOM

        The origin of chordates

        (Oxford Biology Readers 18)


        Boyer,SE & Elliott,D 1982 (64 -65) 65 IN MAP ROOM

        Thrust systems

        (AAPG Bulletin 66, 1196-1229)


        Bridge, J.S. & S.J. Bennet (1992) (1122)

        A model for the entrainment and transport of sediment grains of mixed sizes, shapes and densities

        (Water Resources Research, 28, 337-363)


        Bridge, J.S.& Leeder, M.R. (1979) (1063)

        A simulation model of alluvial stratigraphy

        (Sedimentology 26,617-644)


        Briggs,DEG (1991) (70) IN MAP ROOM

        Extraordinary Fossils

        (American Scientist 79, 130-140)


        Broecker,WA (1991) (76) IN MAP ROOM

        The ocean

        (Oceanography, vol 4, 2, 1991)


        Brown, R.W. et al (1994) (1042)

        Apatite fission track analysis:  Its potential for the estimation of denudation rates and implications for models of long-term landscape development.

        (Process Models & Theoretical Geomorphology chapter 2, 23-53)


        Brune,JN & Thatcher,W (2002) (812)

        Strength and energetics of active fault zones

        (In: International Handbook of Earthquake and Engineering Seismology pp. 569-588)


        Bruton,DL & Haas,W (1999) (82) IN MAP ROOM

        The anatomy and functional morphology of Phacops (Trilobita) from the Hunsrück Slate (Devonian)

        (Palaeontographica A 253, 29-75)


        Budd, G. E. (2000). (1201)

        Nature, Nurture - and fossils.

        (Palaeontological Association Newsletter 44: 15-18)


        Buick, IS & Holland TJB (1989) (933) (1189)

        The P-T-t path associated with crustal extension, Naxos, Cyclades, Greece

        (Special Publication, Geological Society no. 43, 365-369)


        Burke, Kevin

        The African Plate (1996) 1242

        South African Journal of Geology, 99,(4)



        Butterfield NJ (1995) (873)

        Secular distribution of Burgess-Shale-type preservation

        Lethaia 28 1-13


        Cambridge University Expeditions (2005) (1140 & 1141)

        CUEX 2005 Expeditions Summary


        Carroll,RL (1995) (86)

        Problems of the phylogenetic analysis of paleozoic choanates

        (Bulletin du Musée National d'Histoire Naturelle Sér. 4 17, 389-445)


        Carroll,RL  (1970) (87-88)

        Quantitative Aspects of the Amphibian-Reptilian Transition

        (Forma et Functio, 3, 165-178)


        Cartwright, Joe et al (2003) (1032)

        The genesis of polygonal fault systems: a review

        (Geological Society Special Publication 216, 223-243)


        Clarkson,ENK (1975) (97)

        The evolution of the eye in trilobites

        (Fossils and Strata 4, 7-31)


        Clift,PD & Dixon,JE (1998) (101-102) IN MAP ROOM

        Jurassic ridge collapse, subduction initiation and ophiolite obduction in the southern Greek Tethys

        (Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 91, 128-138)


        Constable, S. (et al.) 1997 (108) IN MAP ROOM

        RAMESSES finds a magma chamber beneath a slow spreading ridge

        (InterRidge News 6, 18-22)


        Conway Morris,S 1989 (116) IN MAP ROOM

        The persistence of Burgess Shale-type faunas: implications for the evolution of deeper-water faunas

        (Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences 80, 271-283


        Conway Morris,S 1987 (117) IN MAP ROOM

        The search for the Precambrian-Cambrian boundary

        (American Scientist 75, 157-167)


        Conway Morris,S 1994 (118) IN MAP ROOM

        Why molecular biology needs palaeontology

        Development Supplement 1-13


        Corsetti, F. A. & Nathaniel J. Lorentz (2006) (1192)

        On neoproterozoic cap carbonates as chronostratiraphic marker

        (From: Neoproterozoic Geobiology and paleobiology (Xiao & Kaufman Eds) Ch. 9, 279-295).


        Courtney, RC et al (1986) (992)

        Anomalous heat flow and geoid across the Cape Verde Rise: evidence for dynamic support from a thermal plume in the mantle.

        (Geophysical J.R. Astr. Soc. 87, 815-867)


        Crowther, P. & Rickards, R.B. (1977) (741)

        Cortical bandages and the graptolite zooid

        (Geologica et Palaeontologica 11, 9-46)


        Cuffey, K.M [et al.] (1994) (1091)

        Calibration of the δ18O isotopic paleothermometer for central Greenland, using borehole temperatures

        (Journal of Glaciology 40, 341-349)


        Dade,WB; Nowell,ARM 1991 (123) IN MAP ROOM

        Moving muds in marine environments

        (In: Coastal sediments conference proceedings) 


        Davis,GA & Lister,GS (136-139) 137-139 IN MAP ROOM

        Detachment faulting in continental extension: perspectives from the southwestern U.S. Cordillera

        (Special Paper GSA 218, 133-159)


        Davis, M & Kusznir, N (2004) (1066)

        Depth-dependant lithospheric stretching at rifted continental margins

        (IN: Rheology  & Deformation of the Lithosphere at continental margins Chapter 4, 92-136)


        DeMets,C. (et al.) 1990 (143)

        Current plate motions

        (Geophysical Journal International 101, 425-478)


        Dunham,RJ (1962) (152) IN MAP ROOM

        Classification of carbonate rocks according to depositional texture

        (Memoir AAPG 1, 108-121)


        Earth Sciences Department (2004) (1038)

        Geological Mapping Techniques : Preliminaries


        Edmond,JM & Von Damm,K (1983) (154) IN MAP ROOM

        Hot springs on the ocean floor

        (Scientific American pp.70-85)


        Eriksson, KA (1995) (842)

        Crustal growth, surface processes, and atmospheric evolution on the early Earth

        (Geological Society Special Publication 95 11-25)


        Etter, W. & Tang, C.M. (2002)  (1121)

        Posidonia shale : Germany's Jurassic marine park

        In: Exceptional Fossil Preservation

        Eds: Bottjer, D.J., et al.., pp 266-291


        Fedonkin.MA ;Yochelson,EL & Horodyski,RJ 1994 (169) IN MAP ROOM

        Ancient metazoa

        (National Geographic Research and Exploration 10.2:200-223)


        Flood,RD (1989) (173) IN MAP ROOM

        Submersible studies of current-modified bottom topography in Lake Superior

        (Journal of Great Lakes Research 15, 3-14)


        Folk,RL (1959) (175) IN MAP ROOM

        Practical petrographic classification of limestones

        (AAPG Bulletin 43, 1-38)


        Folk, RL (1962) (176) IN MAP ROOM

        Spectral subdivision of limestone types

        (Memoir AAPG 1, 62-84)


        Forey,P & Janvier,P (179) IN MAP ROOM

        Evolution of early vertebrates

        (American Scientist 82, 554-565)


        Forsyth, D et al (1975) (991)

        On the relative importance of the driving forces of plate motion

        (Geophysical J.R. Astr. Soc. 43, 163-200)


        Fowles, J 1991 (182)

        Dolomite: the mineral that shouldn't exist

        (New Scientist)


        Frey,M (et al.) (1980) (183)

        Alpine metamorphism along the geotraverse Basel-Chiasso - a review

        (Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 73, 527-546)


        Friend, P.F. (1983) (1051)

        Towards the field classification of alluvial architecture or sequence

        (Spec. Publs int Ass. Sediment. 6, 345-354)


        Friend, P.F & Sinha, R (1993) (1052)

        Braiding and meandering parameters

        (Geol. Soc. Special Publication no.75, 105-111


        Gass, I.G. (1979) (1003)

        The troods massif: Its role in the unravelling of the ophiolite problem and its significance in the understanding of constructive plate margin processes.

        (IN: Optiolites. Proceedings of the International optiolites symposium, Cyprus  p.23-35)


        Gehling,JG (189)

        The case for Ediacaran fossil roots to the Metazoan tree

        (Memoirs of the Geological Society of India 20, 181-223)


        Gibson,BS & Levander,AR 1988 (192) IN MAP ROOM

        Modelling and processing of scattered waves in seismic reflection surveys

        (Geophysics 53, 466-478)

        (Geologie en Mijnbouw 68, 345-356)


        Glennie,KW (et al.) (1990) (196-197)

        Inter-relationship of Makran-Oman Mountains belts of convergence

        (Special Publication of the Geological Society 49, 773-786)


        Glynn,PW (1988) (198) IN MAP ROOM

        Predation on coral reefs: some key processes, concepts and research directions

        (In: Proceedings of the 6th International Coral Reef Symposium, Vol. 1 pp.51-61)


        Gomez, Basil (2003) (2-1 to 2-8) (1225)

        Production, storage, and output of particular organic carbon: Waipaoa River basin, New Zealand

        (Water resources research 39, 2-1 to 2-8)


        Gradstein, F.M. & Ogg, J. 1996 (747) IN MAP ROOM

        A phanerozoic time scale

        (Episodes 19, 3-4)


        Graham & Bunbury (1237)

        The ancient landscapes and waterscapes of Karnak

        (Egyptian archaeology, 2005, 17-19)


        Haessler,H (et al.) (1992) (206) IN MAP ROOM

        The rupture process of the Armenian earthquake from broad-band teleseismic body wave records

        (Geophysical Journal International 109, 151-161)


        Hagadorn, J.W.  (2002) (1117)

        Chengjiang: early record of the Cambrian explosion

        In: Exceptional Fossil Preservation

        Eds: Bottjer, D.J., et al.., pp 36-60


        Hagadorn, J.W.  (2002) (1118)

        Burgess shale: Cambrian explosion in full bloom

        In: Exceptional Fossil Preservation

        Eds: Bottjer, D.J., et al.., pp 62-89


        Hagadorn, J.W.  (2002) (1119)

        Burgess shale - type localities: the global picture

        In: Exceptional Fossil Preservation

        Eds: Bottjer, D.J., et al.., pp 92-116


        Hall,PL (1994) (211-212) IN MAP ROOM

        Physical and chemical aspects of the development of overpressuring in sedimentary environments

        (Clay Minerals 29, 425-437)


        Hanna,SS (1990) (215-216) 216 in Map room

        The Alpine deformation of the Central Oman Mountains

        (Special Publication of the Geological Society 49, 341-359)


        Harrison, RJ & U. Becker (2001) (818)

        Magnetic ordering is solid solutions

        (EMU notes in mineralogy 3, 349-383)


        Harrison, RJ & U. Becker (2001) (913)

        Magnetic ordering is solid solutions

        (EMU notes in mineralogy 3, 349-383)


        Harley, Simon L. (2004) (1187)

        Extending our understanding of Ultrahigh temperature crustal metamorphism

        (Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences, 99, 140-158)


        Hatcher,RD (et al.) (1987) (218) IN MAP ROOM

        Tectonic implications of new Appalachian Ultradeep Core Hole (ADCOH) seismic reflection data from the crystalline southern Appalachians

        (Geophysical Journal Royal Astronomical Society 89, 157-162)


        Hicks, D.M et al. (2000) (1226)

        Erosion thresholds and suspended sediment yields,  Waipaoa River basin, New Zealand

        (Water resources research 36, No 4, 1129-1142)


        Holland, H. D. (2003) (1144)

        The geological history of sea water

        Chapter 21 In: Oceans and marine geochemistry

        (H. Elderfield, ed.) Treatise on geochemistry vol 6, Elsevier


        Honjo, Susumu (1986) (227)

        Oceanic particles and pelagic sedimentation in the western North Atlantic Ocean

        (Geology of North America, vol M, The Western North Atlantic Region, GSA, )


        van Houten, F.B. 1977 (714-715) 714 IN MAP ROOM

        Triassic-liassic deposits of Morocco and Eastern North America: comparison

        (AAPG Bulletin 61, 79-99)


        Hudson,JD & Anderson,TF (1989) (236) IN MAP ROOM

        Ocean temperatures and isotopic compositions through time

        (Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences 80, 183-192)


        Hunter, R.H. (1987) (1064)

        Textual equilibrium in layered igneous rocks

        (Origins of Igneous Layering , 473-503)


        Jackson,ED (1961) (257) IN MAP ROOM

        Primary textures and mineral associations in the ultramafic zone of the Stillwater Complex Montana

        (Professional Paper USGS 358)


        Jackson JA (2002) (934)

        Using Earthquakes for Continental Tectonic Geology

        (International Handbook of Earthquake and Engineering Seismology Vol 81A, 491-503)


        Jackson JA (2002) (935)

        Using Earthquakes for Continental Tectonic Geology

        (International Handbook of Earthquake and Engineering Seismology Vol 81A, 491-503)


        Jackson, J. (2001) (908)

        Living with earthquakes: know your faults

        (Journal of Earthquake Engineering 5, 5-123)

        (Stored at B.03.926* & ES.6285 - ask Library Staff)


        Jackson,JBC & McKinney,FK (1990) (283)

        Ecological processes and progressive macroevolution of marine clonal benthos

        (In: R.M. Ross & W.D. Allmon  (ed.) Causes of evolution pp.173-209)


        Jefferys & Bunbury (2005) 1238       (2 articles in one)

        Memphis 2004 (pp.8-13)

        Wilson, P. (1238)

        Sais 2004-05 (pp.1-8), (The journal of Egyptian archaeology, 91, 2005)


        Jefferies, Richard (1996) 1240

        The early phylogeny of Chordates and Echinoderms and the origin of Chordate left-right asymmetry and bilateral symmetry

        Elsevier 1996 (pp. 101-122), (Acta Zoologica, 77,2)


        Jeffreys (2005) (1076)

        The support of mountains and the survival of continental cratons.

        (Astronomy & Geophysics)


        Jensen, S (1990) (288) IN MAP ROOM

        Predation by early Cambrian trilobites on infaunal worms - evidence from the Swedish Mickwitzia Sandstone, (Lethaia 23, 29-42)


        Jensen, Soren, Droser, Mary L. & James. G. Gehling (2006) (1191)

        A critical look at the ediacaran trace fossil record

        (From: Neoproterozoic Geobiology and paleobiology (Xiao & Kaufman Eds) Ch. 5, 115-157).


        Kay, RW & Kay, SM 1986 (296) IN MAP ROOM

        Petrology and geochemistry of the lower continental crust: an overview

        (Special Publications of the Geological Society 24, 147-159)


        Kay,RW (et al.) 1992 (297) IN MAP ROOM

        Magma genesis and crustal processing.,

        (Developments in Geotectonics 23)


        Keen, C.E et al (1990) (1004)

        Geodynamics of rifted continental Margins

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        Keppie,JD (et al.) 1996 (302) IN MAP ROOM

        Terrane transfer between eastern Laurentia and western Gondwana in the early Paleozoic: constraints on global reconstructions

        (Special Paper Geological Society of America 304, 369-380)


        Kerr A. C (2003) (1011)

        Oceanic Plateaus

        (Treatise on geochemistry V. 3 537-605)


        Knoll, AH 1996 (304)

        Archean and Proterozoic Paleontology

        (In: Jansonius,J &McGregor,DC - ed - Palynology:principles and applications)


        Knoll, A.H. (1984) (1149)

        Patterns of extinction in the fossil record of vascular plants

        (From. Nitecki, M.H., Extinctions, 21-68)


        Koren', T.N. & Rickards, R.B. (742)

        Extinction of the graptolites

        (In: Caledonides of the British Isles - reviewed pp.457-465)


        Kump, LE  & Lovelock JE (1995) (1017)

        The geophysiology of climate

        (Chapter 15 IN: Future Climates of the World: a Modelling Perspective, World Survey of Climatology vol. 16,  537-553)


        Land,LS 1985 (320) IN MAP ROOM

        The origin massive dolomite

        (Journal of Geological Education 33, 112-125)


        Laporte, Didier, Cedric Rapaille & Ariel Provost (1997) (1184)

        Wetting angles, equilibrium melt geometry, and the permeability threshold of partially molten crustal protoliths

        (Granite: from segregation of melt to emplacement fabrics, 31-54)


        Lawson,K (et al.) 1996 (321) IN MAP ROOM

        Detailed volcanic geology of the MARNOK area, Mid-Atlantic Ridge north of Kane transform

        (Special Publication of the Geological Society 118, 61-102)


        Leeder, M. R. & J. A. Jackson (1993) (1177)

        The interaction between normal faulting and drainage in active extensional basins, with examples from the western United States and central Greece

        (Basin Research, 5, 79-102)


        Le Pichon,X (et al.) (1988) (325-326, 817) 325-326 IN MAP ROOM

        Plate kinematics and tectonics leading to the Alpine belt formation; a new analysis

        (Special Paper geological Society of America 218, 111-131)


        Livermore,RA (et al.) 1983 (338-339) IN MAP ROOM

        Plate motions and the geomagnetic field - I: Quaternary and Late Tertiary

        (Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 73, 153-171)


        Mazzullo,J, A. Meyer & R. Kidd (1085)

        New sediment classification scheme for the ocean drilling program

        In Mazzullo, J., and Graham, A.G. (Eds.), Handbook for Shipboard Sedimentologists.


        McCubbin, DG (1981) (694-696) 695 IN MAP ROOM

        Barrier-Island and strand-plain facies

        (Memoir AAPG 31, 247-279)


        McKenzie,DP  1978 (356-357)

        Active tectonics of the Alpine-Himalayan Belt: the Aegean Sea and surrounding regions

        (Geophys.J.Res.astr.Soc. 55,217-254)


        McKenzie,DP 1983 (358-361)

        The earth's mantle

        (Scientific American 249, 66-78)


        McKenzie,DP 1998 (362)

        Geochemical constraints on mantle convection


        McKenzie,DP (1969) (366)

        Speculations on the consequences and causes of plate motions

        (Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astron. Soc. 18, 1-12)


        McKenzie,DP & Richter,F 1976 (372-373)

        Convection currents in the earth's mantle

        (Scientific American 235, 72-89)


        Macleod, K.G.; Huber, B.T.; Le Ducharme, M. (2000) (737-738) IN MAP ROOM

        Paleontological and geochemical constraints on the deep ocean during the Cretaceous greenhouse interval

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        McNamara,KJ & Rudkin,DM (1984) (376) IN MAP ROOM

        Techniques of trilobite exuviation

        (Lethaia 17, 153-173)


        Malanotte-Rizzoli, P. (et al.) 1996 (380) IN MAP ROOM

        Experiment in Eastern Mediterranean probes origin of deep water masses

        (Eos 77, 305 & 307)


        Martill DM (1993) (901)

        Soupy Substrates: A Medium for the Exceptional Preservation of Ichthyosaurs of the posidonia Shale ( Lower Jurassic) of Germany.

        (Kaupia 2, 77 - 97)


        Massare,JA & Brett,CE (1990) (387) IN MAP ROOM

        Palaeoecology; predation; terrestrial

        (In: Palaeobiology -A synthesis Ed.Briggs,D & Crowther,P - See B.07.567)


        Molnar,P (et al.) (1979) (399-400)

        Lengths of intermediate and deep seismic zones and temperatures in downgoing slabs of lithosphere

        (Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 56, 41-54)


        Mooney,WD & Meissner,R 1992 (403) IN MAP ROOM

        Multi-generic origin of crustal reflectivity: a review of seismic reflectivity: a review of seismic reflection profiling of the continental lower crust and Moho

        (Developments in Geotectonics 23, 45-79)



        Neal, J.E. 1996 (759) IN MAP ROOM

        A summary of Paleogene sequence stratigraphy in northwest Europe and the North Sea

        (Special Publication Geological Society 101, 15-42)


        Nelson,KD 1991 (416) IN MAP ROOM

        A unified view of craton evolution motivated by recent deep seismic reflection and refraction results

        (Geophysical Journal International 105, 25-35)


        Nimmo,F & McKenzie,D (422-423) 422 IN MAP ROOM

        Convective and flexural support inferred from gravity and topography at the Tharsis Rise, Mars

        Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America (September 1983), 15(6):708


        Nokleberg, W.J. et al  2000 (753) IN MAP ROOM

        Phanerozoic tectonic evolution of the Circum-North Pacific

        (Professional paper, United States Geological Survey 1626, 1-9 ONLY)

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        ODP leg 173 Shipboard Scientific Party (1998) (1115)

        Drilling reveals transition from continental breakup to early magmatic crust

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        Olsen, P.E. & Kent, D.V. 2000 (709-711)

        High-resolution early Mesozoic Pangean climatic transect in lacustrine environments

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        Osborne,MJ & Swarbrick,RE (1997) (431-432) 432 IN MAP ROOM

        Mechanisms for generating overpressure in sedimentary basins: a re-evaluation

        (AAPG Bulletin 81, 1023-1041)


        Page, A.A. et al. (2007) (1223)

        Were transgressive black shales a negative feedback modulating glacioeustasy in the early Palaeozoic icehouse?

        (The Micropalaeontological society, Special Publications. The Geological society, London.123-156)


        Page, A. et al. (2007) (1224)

        Deglacial anoxia in the early Palaeozoic icehouse.

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        Palme, H et al (2003) (1008)

        Solar System Abundances of the Elements

        (Treatise on Geochemistry Vol.1, 41-61)


        Palme, H et al (2003) (1009)

        Cosmochemical Estimates of Mantle Composition

        (Treatise on Geochemistry Vol.2, 1-38)


        Pantin,HM 1991 (434) IN MAP ROOM

        A model for ignitive autosuspension in brackish underflows

        (In: Proceedings of the Euromech 262 Colloquium on sand transport in rivers, estuaries and the sea



        Panuska, John C et al (1991) (1033)

        Terrain analysis: Integration into the agricultural nonpoint source (AGNPS) pollution model

        (Research Reports Jan- Feb 59- 63)


        Penrose Field Conference Particpants (1972) (1092)


        (Geotimes 17, 24-25)


        Philippe,Y (et al.) (1996) (444-445) IN MAP ROOM

        The Jura fold-and-thrust belt: a kinematic model based on map-balancing

        (Memoire Musee National d'Histoire Naturelle 170, 235-261)


        Pinter,N & Brandon,MT (1997) (446) IN MAP ROOM

        How erosion builds mountains

        (Scientific American April 1997, 60-65)


        Playford, Phillip E.(1980) (1220)

        Devonian "Great Barrier Reef" of  Canning Basin, Western Australia

        (The American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin 64 No 6: 814-840)


        Playford, Phillip E. (1989) (1219)

        Reefal platform development, Devonian of the Canning basin, Western Australia

        (SEPM Special Publication No 44 - Controls on carbonate platform and basin development: 187-202) 


        Poirier,JP 1986 (461) IN MAP ROOM

        Dislocation-mediated melting of iron and the temperature of the Earth's core

        (Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 85, 315-328)


        Price,I 1976 (463) IN MAP ROOM

        Carbonate sedimentology in a pre-Upper Cretaceous continental margin sequence, Orthris, Greece

        (Bulletin de la  Société Géologique de France 18, 273-279)


        Price,RA (1981) (464-465) IN MAP ROOM

        The Cordilleran foreland thrust and fold belt in the southern Canadian Rocky Mountains

        (Special Publication of the Geological Society ?, 427-448)


        Prinn, R.G. (2003) (1010)

        Ozone, Hydroxyl Radical, and Oxidative Capacity

        (Treatise on Geochemistry Vol.4, 1-19)


        Quinn,WH  1992 (468) IN MAP ROOM

        A study of Southern Oscillation-related climatic activity for A.D. 622-1900 incorporating Nile River flood data

        (In: El Nino: historical and paleoclimatic aspects of the southern oscillation pp 119-149)


        Rabu,D (et al.) (1990) (469 & 791) 791 IN MAP ROOM

        Sedimentary aspects of the Eo-Alpine cycle on the northeast edge of the Arabian Platform (Oman Mountains)

        (Special Publications of the Geological Society 49, 49-68)


        Raiverman, V. 1983 (471) IN MAP ROOM

        Basin geometry, Cenozoic sedimentation and hydrocarbon prospects in North Western Himalaya and Indo-Gangetic Plains

        (Petroleum Asia Journal Nove. 1983, 67-92)


        Rankin,DW 1994 (472-473, 666) 666 IN MAP ROOM

        Continental margin of the eastern United States: past and present

        (In: Phanerozoic evolution of North American continent-ocean transitions pp.129-218)


        Rasmusson,EA 1984 (474) IN MAP ROOM

        El Nino: the Ocean/atmosphere connection

        (Oceanus 27/2, 5-12)


        Ravizza, G. E. & J. C. Zachos (2003) (1145)

        Records of Cenozoic Ocean Chemistry

        Chapter 20 IN: Oceans and marine geochemistry

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        Redfern, Simon A. T. (2000) (1034)

        Structural Variations in Carbonates

        (Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry 41, 289-308)


        Retallack GJ (2003) (1012)

        Soils and Global change in the Carbon Cycle over Geological Time

        (Treatise on Geochemistry Vol.5, 581-605)


        Richter,F;McKenzie,D 1978 (478-479)

        Simple plate models of mantle convection

        (Journal of Geophysics 44, 441-471)


        Rickards, R.B. 1979 (734)

        Early evolution of graptolites and related groups

        (Systematics association special volume 11, 435-441)


        Rickards, R.B. & Crowther, P.R. 1979 (735)

        New observations on the mode of life, evolution and ultrastructure of Graptolites

        (Systematics association special volume 11, 397-410)


         Rickards, R.B. (2005) (1126)


        (Encyclopaedia entry)


        Rigby, J.K. (2005) (1125)


        (Encyclopaedia entry)


        Roberts,A & Yielding,G (480) IN MAP ROOM

        Continental extensional tectonics

        (AGU Fall Meeting)


        Roberts D (2003) (1019)

        Basin Analysis


        Roberts D (2003) (1020)

        Basin Analysis


        Robertson,AHF (et al.) (1996) (481) IN MAP ROOM

        Alternative tectonic models for the Late Palaeozoic-Early Tertiary development of Tethys in the Eastern Mediterranean region

        (Special Publications of the Geological Society 105, 239-263)


        Robertson,AHF (et al.) (1996) (668) IN MAP ROOM

        Alternative tectonic models for the Late Palaeozoic-Early Tertiary development of Tethys in the Eastern Mediterranean region

        (Special Publications of the Geological Society 105, 239-263)


        Robbins,JW (et al.) (482-485) IN MAP ROOM

        Deformation in the Eastern Mediterranean


        Roeder,D & Bachmann,G (1996) (487-488) IN MAP ROOM

        Evolution, structure and petroleum geology of the German Molasse Basin

        (Memoires Muse national d'histoire naturelle 170, 263-284)


        Roth,PH (669)

        Distribution of coccoliths in oceanic sediments

        (In: Coccolithospores)


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        Plateau uplift and climatic change

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        Rushton, A.W.A (2005) (1131)


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        Sawyer,DS 1994 (499-500) IN MAP ROOM

        Rifted continental margins of North America

        In: Phanerozoic evolution of North American continent-ocean transitions pp.453-476


        Sawyer,DS 1994 (670) IN MAP ROOM

        Rifted continental margins of North America

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        Schellenberg, S.A. (2002) (1120)

        Mazon creek: preservation in late Paleozoic deltaic and marginal marine environments

        In: Exceptional Fossil Preservation

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        Scholle, PA & Arthur, MA (1980) (516) IN MAP ROOM

        Carbon isotope fluctuations in Cretaceous Pelagic limestones: potential stratigraphic and petroleum exploration tool

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        Scholtz, G. & G. D. Edgecombe (2005) (1198)

        Heads, hox and the phylogenetic position of trilobites

        (Crustacean Issues 16: Crustacean and Arthropod Relationships, 139-165)


        Sclater,JG & Celerier,B 1987 (523) IN MAP ROOM

        Extensional models for the formation of sedimentary basins and continental models

        (Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift 67, 253-


        Seilacher,A 1989 (527)

        Vendozoa: Organismic construction in the Proterozoic biosphere

        (Lethaia 22, 229-239)


        Sengor,AMC (1990) (528-529) IN MAP ROOM

        A new model for the late Palaeozoic-Mesozoic tectonic evolution of Iran and implications for Oman

        (Special Publications of the Geological Society 49, 797-831)


        Shackleton, N.J. 1981 (535)

        Palaeoclimatology before our ice age,

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        Sibson, R.H. (2002) (814)

        Geology of the crustal earthquake source

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        Silva, Armand J. 1986 (542)

        Seabed geotechnical properties and seafloor utilization

        (Geology of North America, Vol. M, The Western North Atlantic Region, the

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        Simms, M.J. (2005) (1128)


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        Skeels, D.C. 1947 (548 & 744)  IN MAP ROOM
        Ambiguity in gravity interpretation

        (Geophysics 12, 43-56)


        Skogseid, Jakob et al (2000) (1006-1007)

        NE Atlantic continental rifting and volcanic margin formation

        (Geological Society of London, Special Publication, 167, 295-326)


        Smith, A.B. (2005) (1127)


        (Encyclopaedia entry)


        Smith, A.B. (2005) (1129)

        Echinoderms (other than echinoids)

        (Encyclopaedia entry)


        Smith, A.G. (1993) (552) IN MAP ROOM

        Tectonic significance of the Hellenic-Dinaric ophiolites

        (Special Publications of the Geological Society 76, 213-243)


        Smith, A.G. (et al.) 1973 (553) IN MAP ROOM

        Phanerozoic world maps

        (Special Papers in Palaeontology 9)


        Smith, A.G. (et al.) 1975 (674) IN MAP ROOM

        The stratigraphy of the Othris Mountains, Eastern Central Greece: a Deformed Mesozoic continental margin sequence

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        Measurement of internal boundaries in three-dimensional structures by random sectioning

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        Smith, D (1999) (1175)

        Temperatures and pressures of mineral equilibration in peridotite xenoliths: review, discussion and implications

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        Speed, R.C. 1994 (561-562) IN MAP ROOM

        North American continent-ocean transitions over Phanerozoic time

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        Sumner, D.Y. (2002) (1035)

        Decimetre-thick encrustations of calcite and aragonite on the sea-floor and implications for Neoproterozoic ocean chemistry

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        Suppe, John et al (1992) (911)

        Rates of folding and faulting determined from growth strata

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        Sutherland, R (1999) (576-577)

        Cenozoic bending of New Zealand basement terranes and Alpine Fault displacement: a brief review

        (New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics 42, 295-301)


        Tari,G (1996) (578-579) IN MAP ROOM

        Neoalpine tectonics of the Danube Basin (NW Pannonian Basin, Hungary)

        (Memoire musee nationale d'histoire naturelle 170, 439-454)


        Taylor, P.D. (2005) (1130)


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        Taymaz,T; Jackson,JA; McKenzie,D 1991 (580) IN MAP ROOM

        Active tectonics in the north and central Aegean Sea

        (Geophysical Journal International 106, 433-490)


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        Sediment production, storage and output: the relative role of large magnitude events in steepland catchments

        (Z. Geomorph. N.F. Suppl.-Bd.115: 71-86)


        Tucker, PM et al (1973) (995)

        Pitfalls in Seismic interpretation

        (Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Monograph Series 2)


        Tucker, PM (1982) (996)

        Pitfalls Revisited

        (Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Monograph Series 3)



        Walcott,RI  (1978) (598)

        Present tectonics and Late Cenozoic evolution of New Zealand

        (Geophysical Journal International 52, 137-164)


        Walker,RG & Plint, AG (594-595)

        Wave-and storm-dominated shallow marine systems

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        Wallace,RE 1978 (596)

        Geometry and rates of change of fault-generated range fronts, North-Central Nevada

        (Journal of Research 6, 637-649)


        Walcott, R.I. (1970) (1028)

        Isostatic response to loading of the crust in Canada

        (Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences vol. 7, 716-727)


        Warburton,J (et al.) (602-603) IN MAP ROOM

        The evolution of the Oman Mountains Foreland Basin

        (Special Publications of the Geological Society 49, 419-427)


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        Partial melting and the formation of granulite facies assemblages in Namaqualand, South Africa

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        Wefer,G., W.H.Berger, J. Bijma & G. Fischer (1999) (1089 & 1090)

        Clues to Ocean history: a brief overview of proxies

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        White, Nicky. G I -  Practical Solutions (1227)

        Basin dynamics NJW Practical 7

        Strain rates & North sea reprise


        White, Nicky. G I -  Practical Solutions (1228)

        G1 Basin dynamics Option 2008: NJW Practical 8

        An active foreland basin


        White, Nicky. G I -  Practical Solutions (1229)

        G1 Basin dynamics Option 2008: NJW Practical 9

        Transient uplift I


        White, Nicky. G I -  Practical Solutions (1230)

        G1 Basin dynamics Option 2008: HRP Practical 10

        Oceanic crust and V-shaped ridges


        White, Nicky. G I -  Practical Solutions (1231)

        G1 Option basic dynamics: Yasir Al-Hajri Practical 11

        Solid flux of Zambezi Delta


        White, Nicky. G I -  Practical Solutions (1232)

        G1 Basin dynamics Option 2008: AGC practical 12

        The subsidence of deep-water margins


        White, Nicky. G I -  Practical Solutions (1233)

        Practical 13 Solution


        White, Nicky. G I -  Practical Solutions (1234)

        Solution 14


        White, Nicky. G I -  Practical Solutions (1235)

        G1 Basin dynamics Option : NJW Practical 15

        Sub-surface fluid flow


        White,RS 1993 1993 (613) IN MAP ROOM

        Breaking up is hard to understand

        (New Scientist)


        White,RS 1989 (614-616) 614-616 IN MAP ROOM

        Igneous outbursts and mass extinctions

        (Eos 70, 1480 & 1490-1491)


        White,RS (1997) (618)

        Mantle plume origin for the Karoo and Ventersdorp flood basalts, South Africa

        (South African Journal of Geology 100, 271-282)


        White, R.S. et al (1999) (1031)

        Faoroes Large Aperture Research Experiment (FLARE): imaging through basalt

        (Petroleum Geology of Northwest Europe: Proceedings of the 5th Conference 1243-1252)


        White,RS 1989 (614-616) 614&616 IN MAP ROOM

        Igneous outbursts and mass extinctions

        (Eos 70, 1480 & 1490-1491)


        White, R.S. & D.P. McKenzie (1989) (1111)

        Volcanism at Rifts

        (Scientific American,  July 1989, 62-71)


        Wignall,P (796) IN MAP ROOM

        Ancient examples of black shale deposition

        In Wignall : Black Shales



        Wignall, P.B. 1994 (789)

        Ancient examples of black shale deposition

        (Black Shales 76-79)


        Wilcock,PR; Southard,J 1988 (625) IN MAP ROOM

        Experimental study of incipient motion in mixed-size sediment

        (Water Resources Research 24, 1137-1151)


        Wilkinson,M (1995) (627) IN MAP ROOM

        A comparison of two methods of character construction

        (Cladistics 11, 297-308)


        Willett, Sean D (1992) (910)

        Dynamic and Kinematic growth and change of a Coulomb wedge.

        (In: K.R. McClay (ed.) Thrust Tectonics 19-31)


        Wilson, P. 2005 (1238)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

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        Sais 2004-05 (pp.1-8)

        + Jefferys & Bunbury (1238)

        Memphis 2004 (pp.8-13)

        (The journal of Egyptian archaeology, 91, 2005)  ??


        Wood,RA (1997) (633) IN MAP ROOM

        The early Cambrian reef ecosystem

        (Proceedings of the 8th International Coral Reef Symposium 2 pp. 1631-1636)


        Wood,RA (1997) (635) IN MAP ROOM

        The importance of the cryptos in ancient reefs

        (Proceedings of the 8th International Coral Reef Symposium 2 pp. 1687-1692)



        Yielding,G 1985 (647)

        Control of rupture by fault geometry during the 1980 El Asnam (Algeria) earthquake

        (Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 81, 641-670)


        Yielding,G & Roberts,A 1992 (648-651) IN MAP ROOM

        Footwall uplift during normal faulting -implications for structural geometries in the North Sea

        (NPF Special Publication 1, 289-304)


        Yielding,G (et al.) 1992 (652) IN MAP ROOM

        The prediction of small-scale faulting in reservoirs

        (First Break 10, 449-460)


        Zen, E-An (1966) (1174)

        Construction of pressure-temperature diagrams for multicomponent systems after the method of Schreinemakers - a geometric approach

        (Bulletin of the United State Geological Survey, 1225, 1-47)

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