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Abbs, Miss & Hancock J1888 (OS) X: 214-218 [pt.1]mammalsHistory of the Early Life of a Hedgehog.
Adams J & Robbins HJ1988 55: 28-38 [pt.1]ecologyThe fauna of mining subsidence pools in Northumberland.
Adamson CHE1905 (NS) I: 155-189 [pt.2]entomologyA catalogue of Butterflies collected in Burmah. Part I Nymphalidae, Riodinidae and Papilionidae.
Adamson CHE1908 (NS) III: 116-148 [pt.1]entomologyA catalogue of Butterflies collected in Burmah. Part II Papilionidae(contd), Lycaenidae and Hesperiidae.
Adamson CM1878 (OS) VII: 108-125 [pt1]ornthologyA Naturalist's View of the Extension of the Close-Time of the Sea-Birds Preservation Act in Northumberland, and on the Protection of wild Birds generally.
Adamson CM1878 (OS) VII: 169-170 [pt.1]ornthologyMiscellanea - Some observations on the Breeding Place and Egg of the Knot, Tringa Canutus, L.
Ahmed R2006 66: 125-127 [pt.2]mammalsCetacean report from the Farne Islands for 2005.
Alder J1831 (Qu) I: 26-41 [pt.1]molluscsA Catalogue of the Land and Fresh-water Testaceous Mollusca found in the Vicinity of Newcastle upon Tyne with Remarks.
Alder J1838 (Qu) II: 337-342 [pt.2]molluscsSupplement to a Catalogue of the Land and Fresh-water Testaceous Mollusca, found in the Vicinity of Newcastle.
Alder J1850 (FC) I: 358-365 [pt.5]molluscsAdditions to the Mollusca of Northumberland and Durham.
Alder J1850 (FC) I: 365-367 [pt.5]zoologyAn Account of three new Species of Animalcules.
Alder J1857 (FC) III: 93-162 [pt.2]zoologyA catalogue of the Zoophytes of Northumberland and Durham .
Alder J1858 (FC) IV: 43-44 [pt.1]echinodermsNotice of the Occurrence, on this Coast, of a Holothurian (Cucumaria elongata) new to Britain.
Alder J1860 (FC) IV: 177-179 [pt.2]zoologyA description of two new species of Sertularian Zoophytes, found on the coasts of Northumberland.
Alder J1861 (FC) V: 60 [pt.1]echinodermsMiscellanea - Occurrence of a Sea Pen, new to Britain.
Alder J1862 (FC) V: 225-247 [pt.3]zoologySupplement to a Catalogue of the Zoophytes of Northumberland and Durham.
Alder J1863 (FC) V: 288-290 [pt.4]molluscsThe dredging expedition 1862. - Report on the Mollusca.
Alder J1864 (FC) VI: 180-183 [pt.2]molluscsReport of Dredging Operations 1863 - Report on Mollusca.
Alder J1864 (FC) VI: 191 193 [pt.2]zoologyReport of Dredging Operations 1863 - Report on the Zoophytes.
Alder J1865 (OS) I: 5-11 [pt.1]molluscsDredging 1862-4 - Report on the Mollusca.
Alder J1865 (OS) I: 45-50 [pt.1]zoologyDredging 1862-4 - Report on Zoophytes.
Alder J1865 (OS) I: 60-64 [pt.1]zoologyDescription of three new or imperfectly known Polyzoa, found on the Coasts of Northumberland and Durham.
Alder J, Fyer JH & Hancock A1848 (FC) I: 97-209 [pt.2]molluscsA Catalogue of the Mollusca of Northumberland and Durham.
Armstrong IH1972 (NS) XVII: 262 [pt.5]mammalsmShort Communications - Grey seals taking auks.
Armstrong Lord1921 (NS) V: 331 [pt.2]entomologyMiscellanea - Camberwell Beauty at Rothbury.
Atkinson GC1831 (Qu) I: 132-159 [pt.2]biographySketch of the Life and Works of the late Thomas Bewick.
Atkinson GC1838 (Qu) II: 215-225 [pt.1]ecologyA Notice of the Island of St.Kilda, on the North-west Coast of Scotland.
Atkinson GC (Editor)1864 (FC) VI: 240-250 [pt.2]meteorologyMeteorological report for 1863.
Atkinson GC (Editor)1865 (OS) I: 114-120 [pt.1]meteorologyMeteorological report for 1864.
Atkinson GC (Editor)1866 (OS) I: 173-178 [pt.2]meteorologyMeteorological report for 1865.
Atkinson GC 1873 (OS) V: 63-97 [pt.1]botanyFirst Instalment of a Catalogue of the more Remarkable Trees of Northumberland and Durham.
Atkinson GC1875 (OS) V: 154-162 [pt.2]botanySecond Instalment of a Catalogue of the more Remarkable Trees of Northumberland and Durham.
Atkinson GC & Harkus G1867 (OS) I: 408-410 [pt.3]fishesMiscellanea - Salmon in the Tyne in 1866.
Atthey T1870 (OS) III: 306-309 [pt.2]paleontologyOn the Occurrence of Palatal Teeth of a Fish belonging to the Genus Climaxodus in Low Main Shale of Newsham.
Atthey T (Plates by Dinning W)1877 (OS) V: 227-230 [pt.3]paleontologyOn the Articular bone and supposed Vomerine Teeth of Ctenodus obliquus and on Palaeoniscus Hancocki, n.sp, from the Low Main, Newsham, Northumberland.
Atthey T (Plates by Dinning W)1877 (OS) V: 307-334 [pt.3]paleontologyOn Anthracosaurus russelli, Huxley.
Atthey T1878 (OS) VII: 175-176 [pt.1]paleontologyMiscellanea - Notes on a paper by RH Traquair, M.D.,F.G.S., on the Structure of the Lower Jaw in Rhizodopsis & Rhizodus.
Atthey T (Plates by Dinning W)1878 (OS) VII: 176-186 [pt.1]paleontologyOn Pteroplax cornuta, H. and A.
Atthey T1884 (OS) VIII: 46-50 [pt.1]paleontologyNotes on the Vertebral Column and other Remains of Foxomma allmanni, Huxley.
Bagnall RS1905 (NS) I: 224-247 [pt.1]entomologyNotes on some Additions, etc., to the coleoptera of the Northumberland and Durham District.
Bagnall RS1907 (NS) I 406-411 [pt.3]entomologyNotes on New and Rare Local Beetles - I. Triplax bicolour, III. Agathidium badium, IV. Epuraea angustula.
Bagnall RS1908 (NS) III: 183-217 [pt.1]entomologyOn some New Genera and Species of Thysanoptera.
Bagnall RS1909 (NS) III: 462-466 [pt.2]arthropodsNotes on some Pauropoda from the Counties of Northumberland and Durham.
Bagnall RS1909 (NS) III: 495-509 [pt.2]entomologyShort notes on some New and Rare British Collembola.
Bagnall RS1909 (NS) III: 524-540 [pt.2]entomologyOn some New and Little-known Exotic Thysanoptera.
Bagnall RS1911 (NS) III: 646-653 [pt.3]arthropodsA Contribution towards a Knowledge of the British species of the Order Symphyla.
Bagnall RS1911 (NS) III: 654-660 [pt.3]arthropodsA Synopsis of the British Pauropoda.
Bagnall RS1911 (NS) III: 661-663 [pt.3]entomologyOn Two New Species of Trichothrips from the Derwent Valley.
Bagnall RS1914 (NS) IV: 17-41 [pt.1]arthropodsA Synopsis of the British Symphyla, with a description of a New Species.
Bagnall RS1914 (NS) IV: 59-60 [pt.1]arthropodsNotes on Pauropoda with a brief description of a New Species of Brachypauropus.
Bagnall RS1914 (NS) IV: 171-176 [pt.1]arthropodsFurther Records of some British Symphyla, with description of a New Species.
Bagnall RS1921 (NS) V: 181-198 [pt.2]entomologyTheSiphonaptera of Northumberland and Durham.
Baker JG1864 (FC) VI: 91-95 [pt.2]botanyNotes on Plants collected during the Meeting of the British Association, 1863.
Baker JG1902 (OS) XIV: 69-86 [pt.1]biographyBiographical Notes on the Early Botanists of Northumberland and Durham.
Baker JG & Tate GR1868 (OS) II: 1-136botanyA New Flora of Northumberland and Durham with sketches of its climate and physical geography.
Bate CS1858 (FC) IV: 15-16 [pt.1]crustaceansDescription of Two Rare Crustaceans from the Coast of Durham, one of them a New Species.
Beare TH1907 (NS) I: 411-414 [pt3]entomologyThe European species of the genus Triplax, with some notes on the species which occur in Britain, and a table of their distinctive characters.
Bell DG1962 (NS) XIV: 101-124 [pt.4]ornthologyOrnithological reports for Northumberland and Durham for 1961.
Bell DG1963 (NS) XIV: 185-211 [pt.6]ornthologyOrnithological reports for Northumberland and Durham for 1962.
Bell DG1964 (NS) XV: 61-94 [pt.2]ornthologyOrnithological reports for Northumberland and Durham for 1963.
Bell DG1965 (NS) XV: 153-180 [pt.4]ornthologyOrnithological reports for Northumberland and Durham for 1964.
Bell DG1966 (NS) XVI: 79-107 [pt.2]ornthologyOrnithological reports for Northumberland and Durham for 1965.
Bell DG1967 (NS) XVI: 197-225 [pt.4]ornthologyOrnithological reports for Northumberland and Durham for 1966.
Bell DG & Parrack JD1968 (NS) XVI: 241-274 [pt.5]ornthologyOrnithological reports for Northumberland and Durham for 1967.
Benson-Evans K, Fisk D & Morgan G1966 (NS) XV: 218-220 [pt.5]algaeThe biology of the Inner Farne - Algae.
Bidgood J1904 (NS) I: 65-66 [pt.2]botanyEvening Lecture 1902-03 - Orchids.
Bigge JF1858 (FC) IV: 35-43 [pt.1]botanyNotice of Remarkable Trees in Northumberland.
Bigge JF1860 (FC) IV: 330-332 [pt.4]archeologyOn Ancient Stones, bearing Concentric Circles, found in the parish of Stamfordham, 1860.
Bigge JF1861 (FC) V: 88-98 [pt.2]folkloreLocal superstitions at Stamfordham .
Bilton L1957 (NS) XII: 137-160 [pt.5]mammalsThe Chillingham Herd of Wild Cattle.
Birks SG1916 (NS) IV: 307-329 [pt.2]mammalsMegalichthys: a Study incorporating the Results of Work on previous undescribed Material.
Birley R & Young B1993 56: 65-67 [pt.1]mineralsShort communication - Vivianite of post-Roman origin from Vindolanda, Northumberland.
Bolam G1924 (NS) VI: 48-62 [pt.1]mammalsBats.
Bolam G1924 (NS) VI: 80-88 [pt.1]botanyBotanical notes.
Bolam G1924 (NS) VI: 112-113 [pt1]molluscsMiscellanea - Limax cinereo-niger. Wolf.
Bolam G1926 (NS) VI: 239-240 [pt.2]molluscsMiscellanea - Limnaea stagnalis L. in Northumberland.
Bolam G1932 (NS) VIII: 1-165ornthologyA Catalogue of the Birds of Northumberland.
Bold TJ1848 (FC) I: 29-30 [pt.1]entomologyNotice of the Capture of Anobium molle.
Bold TJ1848 (FC) I: 33-36 [pt.1]entomologyNotes on the damage done to Wheat by Cucujus monilicornis and Calandra granaria.
Bold TJ1849 (FC) I: 277-285 [pt.4]entomologyA Century of unrecorded local Coleoptera, with a Description of a new Colymbetes.
Bold TJ1854 (FC) II: 338-342 [pt.4]entomologyNotes on the Effects of the Extreme Wet Winter of 1852-3, on Insects.
Bold TJ1855 (FC) III: 46-47 [pt.1]entomologyDescription of Lathrobium carinastum, an apparently undescribed British Coleopterous Insect.
Bold TJ1856 (FC) III: 88-92 [pt.2]entomologyEntomological Notes, for 1855, with a Record of Coleopterous Insects new to the Fauna, and additional localities for some of the rarer Species of our Catalogue.
Bold TJ1856 (FC) III: 295-297 [pt.4]entomologyNotice of Insects added to our Fauna, during the Year 1856.
Bold TJ1858 (FC) IV: 54-57 [pt.1]entomologyEntomological Notes and a Record of Insects added to our Local Fauna during 1857.
Bold TJ1858 (FC) IV: 65-66 [pt.1]entomologyMiscellanea - Georyssus pygmaeus. - Apion violaceum: Notes on Transformations of Cions Scrophulariae.
Bold TJ1859 (FC) IV: 172-176 [pt.2]entomologyEntomological Notes, and a List of Coleopterous Insects added to our Fauna during 1858.
Bold TJ1860 (FC) IV: 334-335 [pt.4]entomologyMiscellanea - Capture of Staphylinus stercorarius among Ants - Capture of Ocypus ater on the banks of Wansbeck.
Bold TJ1860 (FC) IV: 334 [pt.4]entomologyMiscellanea - Notes on the use of Forceps of the Earwig: Note on Anisolabia maritime.
Bold TJ1861 (FC) V: 52-57 [pt.1]entomologyList of Coleopterous Insects added to our Fauna during 1859 and 1860.
Bold TJ1861 (FC) V: 102-103 [pt.2]entomologyCurious instinct of Wasps.
Bold TJ1861 (FC) V: 155 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - Notes on the Rough-legged Buzzard: Curious habit of the Shrew.
Bold TJ1862 (FC) V: 219-221 [pt.3]entomologyNotes on some Peculiarities of Insect life in 1861.
Bold TJ1862 (FC) V: 221-223 [pt.3]entomologyColeopterous Insects added to the Fauna of Northumberland & Durham in 1861.
Bold TJ1863 (FC) VI: 60-93 [pt.1]entomologyColeopterous Insects added to the Fauna of Northumberland & Durham in 1862.
Bold TJ1864 (FC) VI: 88-90 [pt.1]entomologyMiscellanea - Curious instance of tenacity of life in a Cockchafer: Capture of a New British Beetle near South Shields.: Note on Bledius arenarius: Note on Fleas at the sea-side : Capture of Mycetoporus nanus. A beetle new to the British Fauna , near Hartley: Note on Acarus.
Bold TJ1864 (FC) VI: 225-231 [pt.2]entomologyColeopterous Insects added to the Fauna of Northumberland & Durham in 1863.
Bold TJ1864 (FC) VI: 255-256 [pt.2]entomologyMiscellanea - New localities for rare Coleoptera.
Bold TJ1865 (OS) I: 123-127 [pt.1]entomologyEntomological notes for the year1864.
Bold TJ1865 (OS) I: 128-131 [pt.1]entomologyList of a few local Homoptera.
Bold TJ1865 (OS) I: 131-133 [pt.1]entomologyList of Coleopterous Insects added to the Fauna of Northumberland & Durham during the year 1864.
Bold TJ1865 (OS) I: 134-135 [pt.1]entomologyMiscellanea - Note on Hemiptera - New localities for rare or local Coleoptera.
Bold TJ1866 (OS) I: 182-184 [pt.2]entomologyEntomological Notes, for 1865.
Bold TJ1866 (OS) I: 232 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - Flock of Starlings on the Sea-coast near Hartley.
Bold TJ1867 (OS) I: 309-314 [pt.3]entomologyList of a few Local Homoptera.
Bold TJ1867 (OS) I: 314-318 [pt.3]entomologyEntomological notes for the years1866.
Bold TJ1867 (OS) I: 318-324 [pt.3]entomologyList of Coleopterous Insects added to the Fauna of Northumberland & Durham during the years 1865-66.
Bold TJ1867 (OS) I: 411 [pt.3]amphibiansMiscellanea - Early appearance of Frogs and Newts.
Bold TJ1868 (OS) III: 137-170 [pt.1]entomologyA Catalogue of the Insects of Northumberland and Durham (Aculeate Hymenoptera).
Bold TJ1869 (OS) III: 170-173 [pt.1]entomologyEntomological notes for the years1868.
Bold TJ1870 (OS) III: 376-380 [pt.2]entomologyEntomological notes for the years1869.
Bold TJ1871 (OS) IV: 1-117 [pt.1]entomologyA Catalogue of the Insects of Northumberland and Durham - (Revision of Coleoptera).
Bold TJ1872 (OS) IV: 348-371 [pt.2]entomologyA Catalogue of the Insects of Northumberland and Durham - (Hemiptera-Heteroptera).
Bold TJ1872 (OS) IV: 371-379 [pt.2]entomologyInsects of Northumberland and Durham - (Notes on Coleoptera).
Bold TJ1872 (OS) IV: 380-385 [pt.2]entomologyNotes on Occurrence of Lepidoptera in 1871.
Bold TJ1872 (OS) IV: 512 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - The pied flycatcher at Longbenton.
Bold TJ1872 (OS) IV: 513-514 [pt.2]entomologyMiscellanea - Sirex gigas taken near Wooler.
Bold TJ1873 (OS) V: 30-34 [pt.1]entomologyNote on the recent Occurrence in Northumberland and Durham of the Camberwell Beauty Butterfly.
Bold TJ1873 (OS) V: 34-37 [pt.1]entomologyNote on the Museum collection of British insects.
Bold TJ1873 (OS) V: 37-42 [pt.1]entomologyNotes on the Occurrence of Lepidoptera in Northumberland and Durham in 1872.
Bolton E1926 (NS) VI: 167-181 [pt.2]paleontologyFossil Flora of the Northumberland and Durham coalfield.
Bonner WN & Hickling G1971 (NS) XVII: 141-162 [pt.4]mammalsThe grey seals of the Farne Islands. Report for the period Oct.1969 to July 1971.
Bonner WN & Hickling G1974 42: 65-84 [pt.2]mammalsThe grey seals of the Farne Islands. Report for the period 1971 to 1973.
Bott MHP & Johnson GAL1970 41: 10-20 [pt.1]geologyGeology of Durham County. Chapter 2 - Structure.
Bouledroua A, Tarling DH & Lunn AG1988 55: 20-27 [pt.1]geologyGlacial drift thickness in the Tyne Gap, Northumberland.
Boyd MJ1982 48: 9-12paleontologyA Urocodylid Nectridean (Amphibia) from the Westphalian of Northumberland.
Boyd MJF1986 46: 3-8 & Suppl.paleontologySupplement to the catalogue of Carboniferous amphibians in the Hancock Museum, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Boyd MJF & Turner SM1980 46: 5-24 & Suppl.paleontologyCatalogue of Carboniferous amphibians in the Hancock Museum, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Brady GS1860 (FC) IV: 266-318 [pt4]algaeA Catalogue of Marine Algae of Northumberland and Durham.
Brady GS1861 (FC) V: 74-77 [pt2]algaeAlgological notes 1861.
Brady GS1861 (FC) V: 151-152 [pt2]algaeMiscellanea - On the occurrence of Alderia modesta near Sunderland: Spongilla fluviatilis. Freshwater Algae: Volvox globator.
Brady GS1863 (FC) V: 283-287 [pt4]echinodermsReport of the Dredging Expedition 1862. Report on the Echinodermata.
Brady GS1863 (FC) V: 291-294 [pt.4]zoologyThe Dredging Expedition 1862. - Report on the Foraminifera.
Brady GS1863 (FC) V: 316 [pt4]molluscsRecent additions to the Local Molluscan Fauna - Occurrence of Antiopa cristata on the Durham Coast.
Brady GS1863 (FC) V: 317-318 [pt4]algaeAlgological notes 1862.
Brady GS1863 (FC) VI: 40-41 [pt1]algaeRemarks on some of the Algae in Mr.Winch's Herbarium.
Brady GS1863 (FC) VI: 90 [pt1]algaeMiscellanea - Desmidiae etc. on the Northumberland Moors.
Brady GS1864 (FC) VI: 95-99 [pt2]zoologyOn the Zoology of Hylton Dene.
Brady GS1864 (FC) VI: 104-110 [pt2]crustaceansOn Species of Ostracoda new to Britain (Cypris, Candona & Cyprideis).
Brady GS (Editor)1864 (FC) VI: 178-194 [pt2]marineReport of the Dredging Operation on the Coasts of Northumberland and Durham in July and August, 1863.
Brady GS (Editor)1864 (FC) VI: 188-189 [pt2]crustaceansDredging Operation 1863 - Report on the Pelagic Entomostraca (Calanidae and Polyphoemidae).
Brady GS (Editor)1864 (FC) VI: 194 [pt2]algaeDredging Operation - Report on Algae.
Brady GS (Editor)1864 (FC) VI: 250-253 [pt2]phenologyTables relative to the Flowering of Plants and arrival and departure of Birds etc. 1863.
Brady GS (Editor)1865 (OS) I: 1-58 [pt1]marineReports of Deep Sea Dredging on the Coasts of Northumberland and Durham, 1862-4.
Brady GS1865 (OS) I: 29-40 [pt1]crustaceansDredging 1862-4 - Report on the Pelagic Entomostraca.
Brady GS1865 (OS) I: 120-123 [pt1]phenologyClimatological tables relative to flowering plants, arrival and departure of birds etc. 1864.
Brady GS1865 (OS) I: 137 [pt.1]algaeMiscellanea - Marine algae.
Brady GS1865 (OS) I: 179-182 [pt2]phenologyClimatological tables relative to flowering plants, arrival and departure of birds etc. 1865.
Brady GS1866 (OS) I: 203-204 [pt2]entomologyOn the Occurrence of Bostrychia scorpioides on the Northumberland coast.
Brady GS1866 (OS) I: 231-232 [pt2]fungiMiscellanea - Note on Fungi from Newton Cap Colliery.
Brady GS1868 (OS) III: 120-136 [pt1]crustaceansOn the Crustacean Fauna of the Salt-Marshes of Northumberland and Durham.
Brady GS1868 (OS) III: 203-205 [pt1]crustaceansDescription of an Entomostracan inhabiting a Coal-Mine.
Brady GS1870 (OS) III: 302-306 [pt2]algaeA List of Fresh-water Algae collected in Northumberland and Durham.
Brady GS1870 (OS) III: 361-373 [pt2]crustaceansNotes on Entomostraca taken chiefly in the Northumberland and Durham District (1869).
Brady GS1870 (OS) III: 380 381 [pt2]fishesMiscellanea - Panopaea norvegica: Fresh-water rhizopods: Bonito.
Brady GS1872 (OS) IV: 423-445 [pt2]crustaceansA list of the non-parasitic marine Copepoda of the North-east coast of England.
Brady GS1872 (OS) IV: 511-513 [pt2]fishesMiscellanea - 1) Ray's bream 2) Notes on crabs 3) Echinocardium cordatum.
Brady GS1892 (OS) XI: 68-120 [pt1]crustaceansA Revision of the British Species of Fresh-water Cyclopidae and Calanidae.
Brady GS1894 (OS) XI: 211-218 [pt2]zoologyHelminthology - the study of internal parasites and bacteriology.
Brady GS1894 (OS) XI: 280-291 [pt2]zoologyEvening Lecture No.4. Parasitism in Plants and Animals.
Brady GS1894 (OS) XI: 300-314 [pt2]fishesFisheries and fish culture (hatcheries): part of his Presidential address.
Brady GS1896 (OS) XIII: 19-33 [pt1]crustaceansOn Entomostraca collected in the Solway District and at Seaton Sluice, Northumberland, during the summer of 1894.
Brady GS1898 (OS) XIII: 217-248 [pt2]crustaceansOn the British Species of Entomostraca belonging to Daphnia and other allied genera.
Brady GS1900 (OS) XIII: 429-441 [pt3]crustaceansOn Ilyopsyllus coriaceus and other Crustacea taken at Alnmouth, Northumberland in 1899.
Brady GS1900 (OS) XIII: 442-443 [pt3]marineAn Afternoon's Dredging off Cullercoats.
Brady GS1902 (OS) XIV: 54-68 [pt1]crustaceansOn Copepoda and other Crustacea taken in Ireland and on the North East Coast of England.
Brady GS1902 (OS) XIV: 87-101 [pt1]marineReport on Dredging and other Marine Research off the North East Coast of England in 1901.
Brady GS1902 (OS) XIV: 102-103 [pt1]echinodermsMiscellanea - Neomenia carinata? Tullberg. - Echinoderes.
Brady GS1904 (NS) I: 3-9 [pt1]crustaceansNotes on Entomostraca found at the Roots of Laminariae.
Brady GS1905 (NS) I: 210-223 [pt2]crustaceansOn Copepoda and other Crustacea taken off Northumberland and Durham in July 1904.
Brady GS1907 (NS) I: 330-336 [pt3]crustaceansOn the Crustacean Fauna of a Salt-water Pond at Amble.
Brady GS1914 (NS) IV: 168-170 [pt1]crustaceansAn Amended Description of Diaptomus Sancti Patricii (Fresh-water Entromostracan).
Brady GS1872 (OS) IV: 423-445 [pt.2]crustaceansA List of the non-parasitic marine Copepoda of the North-east coast of England.
Brady GS1872 (OS) IV: 511-513 [pt.2]fishesMiscellanae - Ray's bream. - Notes on crabs. - Echinocardium cordatum.
Brady HB1864 (FC) VI: 193-194 [pt2]zoologyDredging Operation - Report on Foraminifera.
Brady HB1865 (OS) I: 51-58 [pt1]zoologyDredging 1862-4 - Report on Foraminifera.
Brady HB1865 (OS) I: 83-107 [pt1]zoologyA Catalogue of the Recent Forminifera of Northumberland and Durham.
Brady HB1866 (OS) I: 201-202 [pt2]paleontologyOn Casts of Palaeozoic Corals found amongst the Refuse of Alkali-works.
Brady HB1871 (OS) IV: 269-278 [pt1]paleontologyOn Saccammina carteri, a new Forminifer from the Carboniferous Limestone of Northumberland.
Brady LS1894 (OS) XI: 184-186 [pt2]botanyNotes on Agrotis Ashworthii.
Branford WE1894 (OS) XI: 357-360 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - Bird Life on the Farne Islands.
Bray RP1966 (NS) XV: 226-239 [pt.5]entomologyRecords of the Phryganeidae (Trichoptera) in northern England with a summary of the distribution of British species.
Breakwell KJ, Denny MJ,et al1996 57: 13-20 [pt.1]ornthologyForaging distributions of terns and puffins in coastal waters off Coquet Island Northumberland.
Briggs HD1962 (NS) XIV: 77-89 [pt.3]ornthologyGosforth Park and its Bird Sanctuary. A history, description and map.
Browell EJJ1861 (FC) V: 103-104 [pt.2]mineralsDescription and Analysis of an undescribed Mineral from Jarrow Slake.
Browell EJJ & Kirkby J1866 (OS) I: 204-230 [pt.2]geologyThe Chemical Composition of various Beds of Magnesian Limestone and Associated Permian Rocks of Durham.
Browell EJJ & Mennell HT1861 (FC) V: 62 [pt.1]ornthologyMiscellanea - Muscicapa atricapilla at Cleadon and East Boldon: Redstarts at Whitburn.
Brown JC1905 (NS) I: 288-292 [pt.2]geologyOn some Lacustrine Deposits in the Drift near Ferryhill.
Brown NMD1972 (NS) XVII: 261 [pt.5]botanyShort communication - Reappearance of bird's-foot trefoil.
Brown WH1860 (FC) IV: 337 [pt.4]botanyMiscellanea - Plants new to the Flora of Durham, Galium commutatum and Cylindrothecium montanei.
Brown WH1864 (FC) VI: 254 [pt.2]botanyMiscellanea - Occurrence of Hypericum lineolatum, Jordan.
Bruce JC1862 (FC) V: 171-177 [pt.3]historyAlnwick Castle.
Buddle J1831 (Qu) I: 9-16 [pt.1]geologyNotice of a Whin Dyke lately discovered in the Fenham Division of Benwell Colliery.
Buddle J1831 (Qu) I: 184-205 [pt.2]geologyAn Account of the Explosion which took place in Jarrow Colliery, on the 3rd of August last. (1830).
Buddle J1831 (Qu) I: 215-224 [pt.2]geologySynopsis of the several Seams of Coal in the Newcastle District.
Buddle J1831 (Qu) I: 225-240 [pt.2]geologyReference to the Sections of the Strata of the Newcastle Coal Field.
Buddle J1838 (Qu) II: 309-336 [pt.2]geologyOn making the Society a Place of Deposit for the Mining Records of the District.
Buddle J1838 (Qu) II: 346-383 [pt.2]geologyNarrative of the Explosion which occurred at Wallsend Colliery, on the 18th of June, 1835.
Bullerwell RGA1914 (NS) IV: 61-66 [pt.1]geologyA Section of the Cliffs near Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, in which is exposed a Gravel Bed containing Chalk Flints.
Burleigh DG, Wise EJ & Gray JRA1972 (NS) XVII: 249-257 [pt.5]entomologyRecords of mayflies (Ephemeroptera) in Northumberland.
Cadogan CH1867 (OS) I: 411-412 [pt.3]entomologyMiscellanea - Humming-bird Hawk Moth.
Carr R1849 (FC) I: 285-288 [pt.4]botanyOn extensive Fissures observed in the Stems of two living and healthy Trees of the Spruce Fir.
Carr R1850 (FC) I: 338-348 [pt.5]historyObservations on Composite Names of Places (in Northumberland) of Anglo-Saxon Derivation: being a Contribution towards formation of an Archaïc & Orthographical Chart the County. (Pt i)
Carr R1851 (FC) II: 98-103 [pt.1]historyAs above Part ii.
Carr R1852 (FC) II: 147-163 [pt.2]historyAs above Part iii.
Carr R1856 (FC) III: 58-63 [pt.2]botanyOn the Effects of the Severe Winter of 1854-5 upon Evergreen Vegetation in the North of England.
Carr R1861 (FC) V: 65-74 [pt.2]botanyEffects of the Severe Winter of 1860-1 upon Evergreen Vegetation in Northumberland.
Carr-Ellison R1880 (OS) VII: 356-357 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - Effect of the severe Winter of 1878 on Birds at Dunston Hill.
Chapman A1884 (OS) VIII: 138-158 [pt.1]A Voyage to Spitzbergen and the Arctic Seas.
Charlton E1859 (FC) IV: 111-117 [pt.2]ornthologyOn the Great Auk (Alca Impennis).
Charlton E1861 (FC) V: 99-102 [pt.2]ornthologyRemarks on the Ornithology of the North Tyne.
Charlton E1862 (FC) V: 166-167 [pt.3]historySome notes on Bellingham Church.
Charlton E1866 (OS) I: 168-173 [pt.2]historyThe Sessions of the Liberty of Tynedale, held at Wark, in the Thirteenth Century.
Charlton P1921 (NS) V: 331-332 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - Rooks and Sparrows.
Charlton TD1984 52: 15-18ornthologyThe food and feeding habits of gulls on Coquet Island, Northumberland.
Clapham RC1860 (FC) IV: 332-333 [pt.4]mineralsTheory of the Formation of Sulphur in Volcanic Countries.
Clapham RC1861 (FC) V: 122-124 [pt.2]geologyAnalyses and Description of Magnesian Limestone, from the Trow Rocks.
Clark I1926 (NS) VI: 241-242 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - Little Owl.
Clark R1974 41: 227-237 [pt.3]geologyCharacteristics of the northern Cheviot river system.
Clark R1974 41: 238-239 [pt.3]geologyShort communication - Buried valleys of coastal Northumberland.
Clarke TT1884 (OS) VIII: 50-67 [pt.1]geologyThe Yorkshire Caves: a Three Days' Trip with the Tyneside Field Club, September 14-16th, 1882.
Clephan RC1904 (NS) I: 10-34 [pt.1]archeologyAncient Egypt Part i - Natural History, Chronology, Architecture. The Temple, as illustrated, mainly, by the ruins of Kamak.
Clephan RC1905 (NS) I: 115-143 [pt.2]archeologyAncient Egypt Part ii - Monuments, Forms of Writing and System of Religion.
Clough CT1884 (OS) VIII: 25-27 [pt.1]archeologyNote on a hitherto undescribed Roman Camp, near Foulplay Head, Rochester, Redewater.
Clough PWL1982 48: 3-8geologyNotes on the Silurian (Wenlock) strata of Coquet Head, Northumberland and Roxburghshire.
Club members1858 (FC) III: 298-300 [pt.4]meteorologyMonthly Register of Rainfall for 13 locations & notes on Rainfall for 1856, 1857.
Coppin J1862 (FC) V: 216-218 [pt.3]phenologyTables of the dates of the Flowering of Plants, the Arrival of Birds etc. 1850-1861.
Coppin J1863 (FC) VI: 50-51 [pt.1]phenologyDates of Flowering of Fruit trees. Shrubs, and Flowering Plants in 1862.
Cottam PA1991 55: 291-293 [pt.4]ornthologyShort communication - White-tailed Eagle - two more records for Northumberland.
Coulson JC1959 (NS) XIII: 86-100 [pt.3]mammalsGrowth of Grey Seal Calves on the Farne Islands, Northumberland.
Coulson JC1961 (NS) XIV: 1-36 [pt.1]ornthologyOrnithological report for Northumberland and Durham for 1960.
Coulson JC1962 (NS) XIV: 125-126 [pt.4]ornthologyAdditions and corrections to the 1960 Ornithological Report.
Coulson JC & Hickling G1960 (NS) XIII: 151-177 [pt.6]mammalsThe Grey Seals of the Farne Islands 1958 to 1959. An interim report based on observations made in 1958 and 1959.
Coulson JC & Hickling G1960 (NS) XIII: 196-214 [pt.7]mammalsThe Grey Seals of the Farne Islands. An interim report dealing mainly with the 1959 breeding season.
Coulson JC & Hickling G1962 (NS) XIV: 57-74 [pt.2]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1960.
Coulson JC & Hickling G1962 (NS) XIV: 90-100 [pt.3]mammalsThe Grey Seals of the Farne Islands: A report on observations made between July 1st 1960 and September 1961.
Coulson JC & Hickling G1963 (NS) XIV: 170-178 [pt.5]mammalsThe Grey Seals of the Farne Islands: Report for the period 1 October 1961 to 30 September 1962.
Coulson JC & Hickling G1963 (NS) XIV: 179-183 [pt.5]mammalsThe Grey Seals of the Farne Islands: Supplementary report: the 1962 breeding season.
Coulson JC & Hickling G1965 (NS) XV: 121-139 [pt.3]mammalsThe Grey Seals of the Farne Islands: Report for the period 1 May to 31 March 1965.
Coulson JC & Hickling G1969 (NS) XVII: 29-46 [pt.1]mammalsThe grey seals of the Farne Islands: Report for the period 1 April 1965 to 1 September 1968. Supplementary report for the 1968 breeding season.
Courtney GF1931 (NS) VII: 155-178 [pt.2]ornthologyBirds of Hurworth Burn, County Durham, 1910-1929.
Cowan GA1955 (NS) XI: 77-84 [pt.4]mammalsThe Badger in Northumberland and Durham; its Numbers and Distribution, Past and Present.
Cowen GA, Ridley Visc. & Tegner H1965 (NS) XV: 109-120 [pt.3]mammalsRoe Deer in Northumberland and Durham.
Cranbrook Earl of1955 (NS) XI: 85-86 [pt.4]mammalsA Note on Skulls of the Water Vole from Marsden Caves.
Crawhall GE1905 (NS) I: 305 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - Wild swans over Newcastle.
Crisp DT1963 (NS) XIV: 163-169 [pt.5]entomologyA Note on Some Collections of Corixidae (Hemiptera-Heteroptera) from Lowland Durham.
Crooks StJ1860 (FC) IV: 187-188 [pt.2]fishesMiscellanea - Occurrence of the Sun-Fish at Sunderland.
Davies MS, Knowles AJ, et al1997 57: 185-189 [pt.4]entomologyThe use of a commercial insect trapping compound to maintain grazer densities on rocky shores.
Davis PS1981 43: 60-62 [pt.4]fishesShort communication - Occurrence of the tadpole fish or lesser forkbeard on the Northeast coast.
Davis PS1981 43: 62-63 [pt.4]fishesShort communication - First records for the northern rockling from the Northumberland coast.
Davis PS1982 49: 23-24fishesShort communication - Rare fish caught off Amble.
Davis PS1983 50: 1-15ornthologySome correspondence between John Gould and the Natural History Society of Northumbria.
Davis PS1984 52: 35fishesShort communication -A note on the occurrence of a swordfish Xiphias gladius L on the Northumberland coast.
Davis PS1990 55: 149 [pt.2]fishesShort communication -The first occurrence of Torsk, Brosme brosme (Ascanius 1772) from the coast of Northumberland,and additional records of the swordfish Xiphias gladius Linnaeus, 1758.
Davis PS1991 55: 205-206 [pt.3]fishesShort communication - Records of rare fishes from the Northumberland coast.
Davis PS & Dunn JL1982 49: 1-13fishesThe fish fauna of the estuary of the River Blyth.
Davis PS & Edwards AJ1988 55: 39-46 [pt 1]fishesNew records of fishes from the northeast coast of England, with notes on the rediscovery of part of the 'type collection' of marine fishes from the Dove Marine Laboratory, Cullercoats.
Dearman WR & Jones JM1967 (NS) XVI: 193-196 [pt.3]mineralsMillerite from Boldon Colliery, County Durham.
Dearman WR, Robson DA, et al.1980 Special Pub.: 78-88geologyThe geology of North East England – Structure.
Dickinson AH1930 (NS) VII: 15 [pt.1]biographyObituary - Charles Henry Ellison Adamson.
Dinning W1860 (FC) IV: 188 [pt.2]entomologyMiscellanea: Occurrence & localities of Lepidoptera .
Dixon A2005 64: 111-120 [pt.3]ornthologyThe prey of Peregrines Falco peregrinus at breeding territories in Northumberland.
Dixon SP, Birchenough AC, et al2005 64: 121-134 [pt.3]ornthologyChildren's knowledge of birds: how can it be improved and can it be used to conserve wildlife?
Duncan JB1950 (NS) X: 1-80 [pt.1]botanyA List of the Bryophytes of Northumberland.
Dunham AC1970 41: 92-100 [pt.1]geologyGeology of Durham county. Chapter 7 - Whin sills and dykes.
Dunham KC1970 41: 124-133 [pt.1]geologyGeology of Durham county. Chapter 11 - Mineralization.
Dunham KC1993 56: 5-12 [pt.1]geologyOre genetics in the Northern Pennines, 1948-1990. The Pybus Memorial Lecture 1991.
Dunn M1831 (Qu) I: 165-171 [pt.2]geologyNotice of the Edge Seams of Mid-Lothian, with a Description of Gilmerton Colliery now working the lowest of the Series called the North Green Seam.
Dunn M1831 (Qu) I: 241-243 [pt.2]geologyExtract from a Minute Book on the Explosion at Harraton Colliery, in the year 1808.
Dunn M1838 (Qu) II: 226-235 [pt.1]geologyNarrative of the Sinking of Preston Grange Engine Pit, from the Surface to the Great Seam, Seventy Fathoms, situate in the Parish of Preston Pans, near Edinburgh.
Dunn M1838 (Qu) II: 285-287 [pt.2]geologyNotice on the Gravel Bed of St.Lawrence Colliery.
Durkin JL2005 64: 135-140 [pt.3]zoologyLeeches (Hirudinea) in County Durham (VC66).
Eddy A & Welch D1969 (NS) XVII: 47-56 [pt.1]botanyBryophyte species - list for the Moor House National Nature Reserve in upper Teasdale.
Edwards AJ1993 56: 35-40 [pt.1]fishesA small collection of fishes from Madeira Island deposited in the Hancock Museum.
El-Harathi RM& Tarling DH1988 55: 12-19 [pt.1]geologyA magnetic study of the Holy Island en-echelon dyke system, Northumberland.
Ellis HA1994 56: 135-152 [pt.2]entomologyThe status of the Wall Brown Butterfly, Lasiommata mergera, in Northumberland, 1965-1991, in relation to local weather.
Ellis S1999 59: 149-168 [pt.3]entomologyThe distribution, abundance and conservation management of butterflies on Magnesium Limestone grassland sites in north-east England and errata.
Ellis S2001 60: 59-73 [pt.3]entomologyAn ecological evaluation method for regional butterfly faunas.
Ellis S2002 62: 89-102 [pt.3]entomologyThe distribution, size and structure of Northern Brown Argus butterfly Aricia artaxerxes populations in North East England.
Embleton D1851 (FC) II: 103-110 [pt.1]mammalsOn the two Species of Rat in England.
Embleton D1851 (FC) II: 110-119 [pt.1]fishesOn the short Sunfish, (Orthragoriscus Mola).
Embleton D1858 (FC) IV: 50-54 [pt.1]mammalsMemorandum of the Occurrence of the Skeleton of the Bottle-nose Whale (Hyperoodon Butzkoff, Lacépède) and the Skull of the Grampus (Delphinus orca, Cuvier) in the Bed of the Tyne.
Embleton D1867 (OS) I: 324-337 [pt.3]biographytNotice of the life of the late Joshua Alder, Esq., List of the Publications of Mr. Alder. List of the genus and of the species named in honour of Mr.Alder.
Embleton D1873 (OS) V: 42-43 [pt.1]mammalsNote on Bones dredged from the Bed of the River Wear in 1872.
Embleton D1875 (OS) V: 118-134 [pt.2]biographyMemoir of the Life of Albany Hancock F.L.S. etc. including a list of his works.
Embleton D1875 (OS) V: 146-154 [pt.2]fishesOn the Vendace, Coregonus willoughbii (Yarrell): C. Maraenula (Jardine and Jenys).
Embleton D1878 (OS) VII: 43-87 [pt.1]ornthologyA Paper on Eggs.
Embleton D1880 (OS) VII: 223-235 [pt.2]biographyMemoir of the life of Mr WC Hewitson F.L.S. With Portrait.
Embleton D1886 (OS) VIII: 219-220 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanae - Note on the birds seen at Nest House, Felling shore, in May & June 1884.
Embleton D1886 (OS) VIII: 220 [pt.2]crustaceansMiscellanae - Note on the occurrence of Shrimps in the Tyne.
Embleton D1886 (OS) VIII: 221 [pt.2]fishesMiscellanae - Note on the capture of Tunnies and of a fine specimen of the “Bergylt”, or Norwegian Haddock off the Tyne, June 1884.
Embleton D1886 (OS) VIII: 299-306 [pt.2]geologyThe Tyne, the Lort Burn, the Skerne.
Embleton D1889 (OS) VIII: 349-356 [pt.3]paleontologyOn a Spinal Column of Loxomma allmanni, Huxley.
Embleton D1887 (OS) IX: 1-223 [pt 1]topogA Catalogue of Place-names in Teesdale.
Embleton D1892 (OS) XI: 1-21 [pt.1]biographyMemoir of the Life of John Hancock, including a list of his published papers.
Embleton D1894 (OS) XI: 253-263 [pt.2]ornthologyIntroduction to Evening Lectures and No.1 On the egg
Embleton D & Atthey T1877 (OS) V: 196-226 [pt.3]paleontologyOn the Skull and other Bones of Loxomma allmanni Huxley, from the Low Main, Newsham, Northumberland
Emeleus CH1970 41: 101-102 [pt.1]geologyGeology of Durham County. Chapter 8 - Tertiary igneous intrusions.
Ennion EAR1957 (NS) XII: 69-76 [pt.2]ornthologyDrift Migration on the East Coast in early September, 1956.
Er MK, Selman BJ, Port GR & Gökçe2002 62: 153-168 [pt.3]entomologyThe parasites of pastureland leathejackets,(Tipula spp.,Tipulidae:Diptera) in the North East of England and their potential for biological control.
Evans PR1966 (NS) XVI: 126-151 [pt.2]ornthologyWader migration in north-east England.
Eyre MD & Luff ML2002 62: 103-114 [pt.3]entomologyThe importance of exposed riverine sediments for beetles (Coleoptera) in Northumberland.
Eyre MD & Luff ML2005 64: 141-152 [pt.3]entomologyThe entomological history of Prestwick Carr.
Eyre MD, Luff ML & Woodward JC2005 64: 153-160 [pt.3]entomologyColeoptera (beetle) species and site quality of coastal and post-industrial sites in North-East England.
Farmer N & Jones JM1969 (NS) XVII: 1-27 [pt.1]geologyThe Carboniferous, Namurian rocks of the coast section from Howick Bay to Foxton Hall, Northumberland.
Featherstonhaugh W1863 (FC) V: 310-311 [pt.4]geologyOn the Geological Features of the Parish of Edmundbyers.
Ferguson J1963 (NS) XIV: 141-162 [pt.5]paleontologyBritish Carboniferous Palaeocorynidae.
Ferguson J1965 (NS) XV: 147-151 [pt.3]geologyThe Permian Outcrop at Down Hill, Co.Durham.
Forbes E1884 (OS) VIII: 111 [pt.1]marineThe Dredging Song.
Fordham WJ1945 (NS) VII: 197-265 [pt.3]entomologyA Preliminary List of the Diptera of Northumberland and Durham (excluding the Cecidomyidae).
Forster F1831 (Qu) I: 75-78 [pt.1]geologyObservations on the Geology of Ratcheugh Crag near Alnwick.
Forster F1831 (Qu) I: 82-116 [pt.1]geologyObservations on the South Welsh Coal Basin.
Forster M1831 (Qu) I: 44-49 [pt.1]geologyNotice on the Effects of a Basaltic Dyke at Butterknowle Colliery two miles North West of Cockfield.
Fox GT1838 (Qu) II: 181-186 [pt.1]ornthologyNotice of some Rare Birds, recently killed in the Counties of Northumberland and Durham.
Francis EA1970 41: 134-152 [pt.1&2]geologyGeology of Durham county. Chapter 12 - Quaternary.
Frankis MN, Davey PR & Anderson 1997 57: 239-241 [pt.4]mammalsShort communication - Harp seal: a new mammal for the Northumberland fauna.
Galloway B & Meek ER1978-80 44: 1-195 [pt.1,2&3]ornthologyNorthumberland's Birds. Parts 1, 2 & 3. Supplement 1978-1984.
Gardner FW1931 (NS) VII: 151-154 [pt.2]biographyObituary of the late the Honourable Sir Charles Algernon Parsons.
Gardner J1913 (OS) XV: iii-vi [pt.1]entomologyIntroduction to Robson's Catalogue of Lepidoptera Part II
Gardner-Medwin D1985 54: 5-22ornthologyEarly bird records for Northumberland and Durham.
Gascoigne T1972 (NS) XVII: 259 [pt.5]marineShort communication - Some additions to the aquatic fauna list of the Inner Farne.
Gibbs GB & Temperley G1931 (NS) VII: 191-194 [pt.2]archeologyOn Some Flint Flakes from Weardale.
Giddings JW, Randall BAO & Farmer 1971 (NS) XVII: 177-182 [pt.4]geologyThe palaeomagnetism of the Holy Island dyke.
Giddings JW, Tarling DH & Thomas 1974 41: 220-226 [pt.3]geologyThe palaeomagnetism of the Cleveland-Armathwaite dyke, northern England.
Gilchrist DA1905 (NS) I: 293-298 [pt.2]botanySummer Frosts and their Effects on Swedes and Mangels in the North of England.
Gill EL1902 (OS) XIV: 103-104 [pt.1]ornthologyMiscellanea - Local notes on birds, 1901-02.
Gill EL1904 (NS) I: 40 [pt.1]ornthologyMiscellanea - The Condor's Sense of Smell.
Gill EL1905 (NS) I: 304-305 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - Birds in Abnormal Plumage.
Gill EL1907 (NS) I: 499-500 [pt.3]ornthologyMiscellanea - Local breeding of the tufted duck. A cat-fish new to British seas.
Gill EL1908 (NS) III: i-xxvii [pt.1]historyThe Hancock and its History.
Gill EL1908 (NS) III: 218-222 [pt.1]ornthologyMiscellanea - Bird notes for 1907-8. Brown Variety of Partridge; Woodpecker in Jesmond; Grey Shrikes in 1907; Plumage changes in Ducks; Swallows and Swifts; Dotterels on Migration; Sandgrouse in 1908; Glossy Ibises at Anlmouth.
Gill EL1909 (NS) III: 510-523 [pt.3]paleontologyAn Arachnid from the Coal Measures of the Tyne valley.
Gill EL1921 (NS) V: 332 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - Blackcap wintering in Northumberland.
Gill EL & Hall W1914 (NS) IV: 246-148 [pt.1]ornthologyMiscellanea - Little Auks in 1912 - Brent geese at St. Mary's Island. - White variety of Woodpidgeon.
Goddard TR1924 (NS) VI: 113-114 [pt.1]molluscsMiscellanea - Pyramidula rotundata.f alba Moquin-Tandon.
Goddard TR1926 (NS) VI: 238-239 [pt.2]molluscsMiscellanea - Additions to the Local Mollusca.
Goddard TR1926 (NS) VI: 240-241 [pt.2]mammalsMiscellanea - Black Rats; Spotted Eagle; Common Bittern.
Goddard TR1929 Special pub. 1-195historyHistory of The Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle upon Tyne 1829-1929.
Goddard TR1930 (NS) VII: 1-14 [pt.1]biographyObituary: Abel Chapman (1851-1929)
Graham GG2001 61: 161-167 [pt.3]botanyThe Durham Flora - Corrigenda et Addenda.
Graham GG2002 62: 177 [pt.3]botanyCorrection to 'The Durham Flora - Corrigenda et Addenda'.
Gray RAH & Rogerson JP1945 (NS) VII: 266-284 [pt.3]entomologyAn Annotated List of Aphididae commonly occurring in Northumberland.
Green D1990 55: 97-135 [pt.2]ecologyAquatic faunal communities and their fluctuations in adjacent ponds.
Green RY1878 (OS) VII: 170-171 [pt.1]molluscsMiscellanea - Notice of Testacella haliotoidea, Drap., a Mollusc new to the District.
Green RY1884 (OS) VIII: 184-185 [pt.1]fishesMiscellanea - Notice of Salmon Trout in the Ouseburn, Newcastle-on-Tyne, in the Spawning Season.
Green W (Jnr)1861 (FC) V: 104-110 [pt.2]zoologyMiscellanea - Remarks on the Preservation of Animals.
Green W (Jnr)1862 (FC) V: 219 [pt.3]phenologyDates of arrival of Birds, etc in the neighbourhood of Durham, in the years 1858-1861.
Green W (Jnr)1861 (FC) V: 155 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - Delicacy of the lungs of birds.
Green W1884 (OS) VIII: 28-30 [pt.1]ornthologyMiscellanea - Bird notes during the Winter of 1880 and 1881.
Greenwell W1863 (FC) VI: 34-39 [pt.1]paleontologyNotes on a Tumulus and its contents at Grundstone Law, Northumberland.
Greenwell W & Embleton D1866 (OS) I: 143-148 [pt.1]archeologyOn an Ancient British Burial at Ilderton, Northumberland, with notes on the Skull.
Grey FG1958 (NS) XII: 185-220 [pt.7]ornthologyOrnithological reports for Northumberland and Durham for 1957.
Grey FG1960 (NS) XIII: 121-150 [pt.5]ornthologyOrnithological reports for Northumberland and Durham for 1958.
Grey FG1961 (NS) XIII: 215-246 [pt.8]ornthologyOrnithological reports for Northumberland and Durham for 1959.
Griffiths BM & Cooke RB1924 (NS) VI: 39-47 [pt.1]ecologyRyton Willows pool.
Hall GR1866 (OS) I: 151-167 [pt.2]archeologyOn the Opening and Examination of a Barrow of the British Period at Warkshaugh, North Tynedale.
Hall GR1868 (OS) III: 32-53 [pt.1]geologyAn Enquiry into the Origin of certain Terraced Slopes in North Tynedale.
Hall GR1877 (OS) V: 295-306 [pt.3]historyMemoir on the History and Architecture of Chipchase Castle north Tynedale.
Hall GR1879 (OS) VII: 88-96 [pt.1]geologyOn a Piece of Timber recently encrusted with Carbonate of Lime from a coal-pit near Gunnerton, North Tynedale, with some Remarks on the Rate of Formation of similar Deposits in Ossiferous Caves in Connection with the Antiquity of Man.
Hall JA & Frid CLJ1997 57: 207-238 [pt.4]ecologyBenthic community structure and sediment heavy metal concentrations in two estuaries in NE England.
Hall SJG & Bunce RGH1984 52: 5-14botanyVegetation survey of Chillingham Park, Northumberland.
Hammock P & Noble-Rollin D1991 55: 213-243 [pt.4]ornthologyGosforth Park Nature Reserve annual report 1990.
Hammock P & Noble-Rollin D1993 56: 13-34 [pt.1]ornthologyGosforth Park Nature Reserve annual report 1991.
Hancock A1848 (FC) I: 31-32 [pt1]crustaceansNotice of the Occurrence of Limnoria terebrans at the mouth of the Tyne.
Hancock A1849 (FC) I: 275-276 [pt.4]paleontologyNotice of the Occurrence, of Fossil Fish, in the Rocks, near the great Slip-dyke, at Cullercoats Haven.
Hancock A1850 (FC) I: 327-338 [pt.5]crustaceansNotice of the occurrence, on the British coast, of a Burrowing Barnacle belonging to a new Order of the class Cirripedia.
Hancock A1850 (FC) I: 367-405 [pt.5]zoologyOn the Anatomy of the Freshwater Bryoza with descriptions of three new species.
Hancock A1850 (FC) I: 405-415 [pt.5]zoologyNotes on a species of Hydra found in the Northumberland lakes.
Hancock A1851 (FC) II: 128 [pt.1]molluscsNotice of the occurrence, on the Durham Coast, of Diphyllidia lineate.
Hancock A1853 (FC) II: 311-321 [pt.3]fishesObservations on the Nidification of Gasterosteus aculeatus and Gasterosteus spinachia.
Hancock A1858 (FC) IV: 17-34 [pt.1]paleontologyRemarks on certain Vermiform Fossils found in the Mountain Limestone Districts of the North of England.
Hancock A1858 (FC) IV: 67-69 [pt.1]zoologyMiscellanea - On a New species of Plumatella and on the Occurrence of Frededicella sultana, near Newcastle, and of Lophopus crystallinus in Northumberland.
Hancock A1858 (FC) IV: 68 [pt.1]molluscsMiscellanea - On the Occurrence of Acmoea testudinalis at Roker.
Hancock A1858 (FC) IV: 68 [pt.1]entomologyMiscellanea - On the Occurrence of Teredo and Xylophaga on the Durham Coast.
Hancock A1858 (FC) IV: 69 [pt.1]geologyMiscellanea - On a peculiar Reticulated Appearance on the surface of a Clay Bed on the beach near Whitburn.
Hancock A1861 (FC) V: 63 [pt.1]molluscsMiscellanea - Note on the occurrence of the limpet, Acmaea testudinalis at Cullercoats.
Hancock A1863 (FC) V: 315-316 [pt.4]molluscsRecent additions to the Local Molluscan Fauna - Description of a new species of Naked Mollusca.
Hancock A1867 (OS) I: 337-353 [pt.3]zoologyNote on the Excavating Sponges with Descriptions of four new Species.
Hancock A & Atthey T1869 (OS) III: 54-66 [pt.1]paleontologyNotes on various species of Ctenodus obtained from the Shales of Northumberland Coal Field.
Hancock A & Atthey T1868 (OS) III: 66-120 [pt.1]paleontologyNotes on the Remains of some Reptiles and Fishes from the Shales of the Northumberland Coal Field.
Hancock A & Atthey T1870 (OS) III: 310-319 [pt.2]paleontologyOn a new Labyrinthodont Amphibian from the Northumberland Coal Field, and on the Occurance in the same Locality of Anthracosaurus Russelli.
Hancock A & Atthey T1870 (OS) III: 319-321 [pt.2]paleontologyNote on Anthracosaurus.
Hancock A & Atthey T1870 (OS) III: 321-330 [pt.2]paleontologyOn some Curious Fossil Fungi from the Black Shale of the Northumberland Coal Field.
Hancock A & Atthey T1870 (OS) III: 330-339 [pt.2]paleontologyOn the generic identity of Climaxodus and Janassa, two Fossil fFshes related to the Rays.
Hancock A & Atthey T1871 (OS) IV: 199-201 [pt.1]paleontologyNote on an undescribed Fossil Fish from the Newsham Coal Shale near Newcastle -on-Tyne.
Hancock A & Atthey T1871 (OS) IV: 201-208 [pt.1]paleontologyOn the Occurrence of Loxomma allmanni in the Northumberland Coal Field.
Hancock A & Atthey T1871 (OS) IV: 208-218 [pt.1]paleontologyDescription of a Labyrinthodont Amphibian, a new Generic Form, obtained in the Coal-Shale, at Newsham near Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Hancock A & Atthey T1872 (OS) IV: 385-397 [pt.2]paleontologyDescription of a considerable portion of Mandibular Ramus of Anthracosaurus russelli , with Notes on Loxomma & Archichthys.
Hancock A & Atthey T1871 (OS) IV: 397-407 [pt.2]paleontologyA few remarks on Dipterus and Ctenodus and on their relationship to Ceratodus forsteri, Krefft.
Hancock A & Atthey T1871 (OS) IV: 408-423 [pt.2]paleontologyDescriptive Notes on a nearly entire specimen of Pleurodus rankinii, on two new species of Platysomus and a new Amphicentrum, with Remarks on a few other Fish-remains found in the Coal Measures at Newsham.
Hancock A & Embleton D1849 (FC) I: 288-310 [pt.4]fishesAccount of a Ribbon Fish (Gymnetrus) taken off the coast of Northumberland.
Hancock A & Embleton D1851 (FC) II: 119-128 [pt.1]molluscsSummary of Observations on the Anatomy of Doris, a Nudibranchiate Mollusk.
Hancock A & Howse R1870 (OS) III: 339-357 [pt.2]paleontologyOn Janassa bituninosa, Scholotheim, from the Marl-Slate of Midderidge, Durham.
Hancock A & Howse R1871 (OS) IV: 219-231 [pt.1]paleontologyOn a new Labyrinthodont Amphibian from the Magnesian Limestone of Midderidge, Durham.
Hancock A & Howse R1871 (OS) IV: 232-242 [pt.1]paleontologyOn Proterosaurus Speneri, von Meyer, and a new species, Proterosaurus Huxleyi from Marl-Slate of Midderidge, Durham.
Hancock A & Howse R1871 (OS) IV: 243-268 [pt.1]paleontologyOn Dorypterus Hoffmanni, Germar, from the Marl-Slate of Midderidge, Durham.
Hancock J1858 (FC) IV: 57-60 [pt.1]ornthologyOrnithological notes including an account of a visit to Gosforth Park Lake 1857.
Hancock J1858 (FC) IV: 71-72 [pt.1]mammalsMiscellanea - On the Occurrence of the Grey Seal;(Halichaerus Gryphus) - On the Occurrence of the Great Tortoise-shell Vanessa Polychloros, at Whitburn.
Hancock J1860 (FC) IV: 185 [pt.2]entomologyMiscellanea - On the occurrence of Gryllus migratorius (locust) on the coast near the Tyne.
Hancock J1861 (FC) V: 39-41 [pt.1]ornthologyNotice of the Breeding of Tufted Duck (Anas fuligula) in Northumberland.
Hancock J1861 (FC) V: 84-85 [pt.2]ornthologyNotice of the occurrence of (European goatsucker) Caprimulgus ruficollis in England.
Hancock J1864 (FC) VI: 100-103 [pt.2]ornthologyNotice of various recent Captures Pallas’s Sand-Grouse (Syrrhaptes paradoxus)in Northumberland and Durham
Hancock J1867 (OS) I: 281-284 [pt.3]ornthologyOrnithological notes.
Hancock J1877 (OS) V: 337-338 [pt.3]ornthologyMiscellanea - On the Occurrence of the Passenger Pigeon, Columba (Octopistes) migratoria Linn., in Yorkshire.
Hancock J1874 (OS) VI: 1-174ornthologyA Catalogue of the birds of Northumberland and Durham.
Hancock J1878 (OS) VII: 105-107 [pt.1]biographyBewick correspondence.
Hancock J1880 (OS) VII: 359-361 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - Notes on the breeding of the Stock Dove, Columba aenas in the County of Durham within a few miles of Newcastle.
Hancock J1884 (OS) VIII: 27-28 [pt.1]ornthologyMiscellanea - Occurrence of Sabine’s gull Larus sabini Leach, in the County of Durham.
Hancock J1886 (OS) VIII: 213-217 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea -Note on the habit of young Cuckoo in ejecting the eggs and young of its foster parents from nest.
Hancock J1886 (OS) VIII: 217 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - Note on the Indian form of the Spotted Eagle, (Aquila noevia Briss.) shot on the Northumberland coast near Cresswell, October 31st 1885.
Hancock J1886 (OS) VIII: 250-278 [pt.2]biographyLetters from C. Darwin, Esq. to A. Hancock Esq.
Hancock J1888 (OS) X: 218 [pt.1]ornthologyMiscellanea - Note on the curious proceeding of a bullfinch. - Two wild hybrids captured in Northumberland.
Hancock J1892 (OS) XI: 66 [pt.1]ornthologyMiscellanea - Note on the curious proceeding of a nuthatch (Sitta caesia) observed at Oatlands, 1889.
Hardy FG1981 43: 59-60 [pt.4]algaeShort communication - Codium on the Northumberland coast.
Hardy FG & Scott GW1996 57: 45-57 [pt.1]algaeThe seaweeds of north-east England: a history of their study.
Hardy J1850 (FC) I: 416-431 [pt.5]entomologyDescription of some new British Homopterous Insects.
Hardy J1853 (FC) II: 303-311 [pt.3]topogJournal of an Excursion into Northumberland in June and July 1851.
Hardy J & Bold TJ1848 (FC) I: 37-94 [pt.1]entomologyA Catalogue of the Insects of Northumberland and Durham, drawn up at the request of the Tyneside Nat.Fld.Cl. (Part i) Coleoptera.
Hardy J & Bold TJ1851 (FC) II: 21-97 [pt.1]entomologyA Catalogue of the Insects of Northumberland and Durham, (Part ii) Brachelytra.
Hardy J & Bold TJ1852 (FC) II: 164-287 [pt.2]entomologyA Catalogue of the Insects of Northumberland and Durham, (Part iii) Chilognathomorpha.
Harle B1984 52: 19-23ornthologyThe raven Corvus carax in Northumberland.
Harris MP1976 42: 115-118 [pt.5]ornthologyInter-colony movements of Farne Island puffins.
Harrison CTL1972 (NS) XVII: 258-259 [pt.5]ornthologyShort communication - Birds of a Durham city garden.
Harrison JW Heslop1918 (NS) V: 89-153 [pt.1]ecologyA Survey of the Lower Tees Marshes and of the Reclaimed Areas adjoining them.
Harrison JW Heslop1921 (NS) V: 244-326 [pt.2]botanyThe Genus Rosa, its Hybridology and other Genetical Problems.
Harrison JW Heslop1926 (NS) VI: 218-228 [pt.2]botanyVariation and Hybridity in Willows.
Harrison JW Heslop & Carter W1924 (NS) VI: 89-107 [pt.1]entomologyThe British Races of Aricia medon (Esper) with Special Reference to the Areas in which they overlap.
Harrison JW Heslop & Peacock AD1926 (NS) VI: 201-217 [pt2]entomologyOn Parthenogenesis originating in Lepidopterus Crosses.
Hart MB & Thompson S1974 41: 204-219 [pt.3]zoologyForaminiferida of Budle Bay, Northumberland: a preliminary investigation.
Harvey R2002 62: 37-82 [pt.2]ornthologyBirds on the Farne Islands in 2001.
Harvey R2003 63: 37-81 [pt.2]ornthologyBirds on the Farne Islands in 2002.
Harvey R & Walton J2001 61: 37-70 [pt.2]ornthologyBirds on the Farne Islands in 2000.
Havilland H de1894 (OS) XI: 291-294 [pt.2]zoologyEvening Lecture No.5 - Germs.
Hawkey P1991 55: 155-192 [pt.3]ornthologyThe birds of the Farne Islands.
Hawkey P1991 55: 263-271 [pt.4]mammalsThe grey seal Halichoerus grypus at the Farne Islands: 1986-1989.
Hedley J1997 57: 191-206 [pt.4]fishesBanks' Ribbon Fish (Regalecus glesne Ascanius, 1772): a review of occurrences in British waters.
Hedley WP1931 (NS) VII: 179-190 [pt.2]geologyThe Stratigraphy of the Bernician and Millstone Grit of South Northumberland.
Hendra LA2005 64: 161-168 [pt.3]biographyRobert Benson Bowman - an early Newcastle botanist.
Hickling G nee Watt G1953 (NS) X: 81-100 [pt.2]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1952.
Hickling G nee Watt G1954 (NS) XI: 41-60 [pt.2]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1953.
Hickling G nee Watt G1955 (NS) XI: 133-152 [pt.6]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1954.
Hickling G1956 (NS) XI: 213-229 [pt.9]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1955.
Hickling G1957 (NS) XII: 1-23 [pt.1]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1956.
Hickling G1957 (NS) XII: 93-133 [pt.4]mammalsThe Grey Seals of the Farne Islands. A report on investigations carried out between April 1956 and March 1957.
Hickling G1958 (NS) XIII: 1-23 [pt.1]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1957.
Hickling G1959 (NS) XIII: 33-64 [pt.2]mammalsThe Grey Seals of the Farne Islands. A report on investigations carried out between April 1957 and March 1958.
Hickling G1959 (NS) XIII: 65-82 [pt.3]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1958.
Hickling G1959 (NS) XIII: 83 [pt.3]botanyAdditions to the flora of the Farne Islands.
Hickling G1960 (NS) XIII: 179-195 [pt.7]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1959.
Hickling G1962 (NS) XIV: 127-139 [pt.4]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1961.
Hickling G1963 (NS) XIV: 212-224 [pt.6]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1962.
Hickling G1964 (NS) XV: 95-108 [pt.2]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1963.
Hickling G1965 (NS) XV: 181-196 [pt.4]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1964.
Hickling G1966 (NS) XVI: 108-125 [pt.2]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1965.
Hickling G1968 (NS) XVI: 226-240 [pt.4]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1966.
Hickling G1968 (NS) XVI: 275-289 [pt.5]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1967.
Hickling G1970 (NS) XVII: 113-125 [pt.2]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1968.
Hickling G1971 (NS) XVII: 163-176 [pt.4]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1969.
Hickling G1972 (NS) XVII: 261 [pt.5]mammalsShort communication - Bat on the Longstone.
Hickling G1974 41: 238-239 [pt.3]ornthologyShort communication - Australian recovery of ringed arctic tern. Sterna paradisea Pont.
Hickling G1980 45: 1-54ecologyThe Natural History of Northumbria 1972-1979.
Hickling G, Davis PS & Tynan AM1983 50: 18-19geologyShort communication - Stones from the Whitefriars Monastery.
Hickling G & Hawkey P1972 (NS) XVII: 183-195 [pt.5]ornthologyOrnithological report for the Farne Islands for 1970.
Hickling G & Hawkey P1975 42: 93-97 [pt.3]mammalsThe grey seals of the Farne Islands - the 1974 breeding season.
Hickling G & Hawkey P1979 43: 35-44 [pt.3]mammalsThe grey seals of the Farne Islands - the 1978 breeding seasons.
Hickling G & Hawkey P1981 47: 2-12mammalsThe grey seal Halichoerus grypus (Fabr) at the Farne Islands - the 1979 and 1980.
Hickling G & Hawkey P1982 49: 24 ornthologyShort communication - Unusual recoveries of Arctic terns, Sterna paradisea.
Hickling G & Hawkey P1983 51: 3-11mammalsThe grey seal Halichoerus grypus (Fabr ) at the Farne Islands - the 1981 and 1982.
Hickling G & Hawkey P1986 53: 3-12mammalsThe grey seal Halichoerus grypus (Fabr) at the Farne Islands - the 1983 - 1985.
Hickling G, Hawkey, Harwood1976 42: 107-114 [pt.5]mammalsThe grey seals of the Farne Islands - the 1975 breeding season.
Hickling G, Hawkey, Harwood L1977 42: 119-126 [pt.6]mammalsThe grey seals of the Farne Islands - the 1976 breeding season.
Hickling G, Hawkey, Harwood L1978 43: 25-33 [pt.2]mammalsThe grey seals of the Farne Islands - the 1977 breeding season.
Hickling G, Jones & Telfer IM1955 (NS) XI: 153-163 [pt.7]mammalsThe Grey Seals of the Farne Islands: a report on investigations carried out in 1953 & 1954.
Hickling G, Jones & Telfer IM1956 (NS) XI: 230-244 [pt.9]mammalsThe Grey Seals of the Farne Islands: a report on the work of the 1955 season.
Hill JJ1914 (NS) IV: 248-250 [pt.1]ornthologyMiscellanea - Herons in Northumberland - Cormorants in Tynemouth Haven.
Hirons MJD1994 56: 69-114 [pt.2]botanyThe flora of the Farne Islands.
Hodge G1860 (FC) IV: 188-189 [pt.2]mammalsMiscellanea - Occurrence of the Harbor seal (Phoca vitulina) at Seaham Harbour.
Hodge G1860 (FC) IV: 319-321 [pt.4]zoologyContributions to the Zoology of Seaham Harbour (1) On a New marine mite (Pachygnathus Seamami) (2) Description of Zoea of Portunus depurator.
Hodge G1861 (FC) V: 41-48 [pt.1]echinodermsOn the common brittle star (Ophiocoma rosula), with some Remarks on the Growth of the Rays and their Appendages.
Hodge G1861 (FC) V: 62 [pt.1]echinodermsMiscellanea - Uraster glacialis at Seaham Harbour.
Hodge G1861 (FC) V: 64 [pt.1]echinodermsAddition to Mr Hodge's paper on the brittle star.
Hodge G1861 (FC) V: 78-82 [pt.2]crustaceansContributions to the Marine Zoology of Seaham Harbour Part II (3) Entomostraca (4) Dredging at Seaham Harbour (5) Occurrence of Corymorpha nutans at Seaham.
Hodge G1861 (FC) V: 82-84 [pt.2]zoologyOn a new Hydroid Zoophyte (Podocoryne Alderi).
Hodge G1861 (FC) V: 124-136 [pt.2]zoologyObservations on a species of Pycnogon (Phoxichilidium coccineum Johnston) with an attempt to explain the order of its development.
Hodge G1863 (FC) V: 281-283 [pt.4]zoologyThe dredging expedition 1862. Report on the Pycnogonoidea with description of Two New Species.
Hodge G1863 (FC) V: 296-297 [pt.4]echinodermsOn a new Sand Star of the genus Ophiura (Ophiura Normani) found on the coast of Northumberland and Durham.
Hodge G1863 (FC) V: 298-303 [pt.4]zoologyContributions to the Marine Zoology of Seaham Harbour - On some undescribed marine Acari.
Hodge G1864 (FC) VI: 189-191 [pt.2]zoologyReport on Dredging Operation 1863 - Report on the Pycnogonoidea and Echinodermata.
Hodge G1865 (OS) I: 41-45 [pt.1]zoologyDredging 1862-4 - Report on the Pycnogonoidea & Echinodermata.
Hodge G1871 (OS) IV: 120-150 [pt.1]echinodermsCatalogue of the Echinodermata of Northumberland and Durham.
Hodgkin TE & Gill EL1905 (NS) I: 302 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - Spoonbill at Holy Island.
Hogg J1856 (FC) III: 73-87 [pt.2]fishesOn the Distribution of Certain Species of Fresh-water Fish;and on the Modes of Fecundating the Ova of the Salmonidae.
Hogg J1858 (FC) IV: 64-65 [pt.1]fungiMiscellanea - Botanical Notes: Fungi - Note on the Juice of the Vallota purpures.
Hogg J1860 (FC) IV: 180-184 [pt.2]mammalsAccount of a species of Phalangista recently killed in the County of Durham. (escaped bush-tailed opossum).
Hogg J1860 (FC) IV: 185-187 [pt.2]botanyMiscellanea - Notes on Rosa rubella.
Hogg J1860 (FC) IV: 335-336 [pt.4]botanyMiscellanea - Botanical notes. Occurrence of Dory Zeus Faber near Hartlepool.
Hogg J1861 (FC) V: 152-153 [pt.2]botanyMiscellanea - Botanical notes and the Departure of swallows, scarcity of the corncrake, winter visitor a Tengmalmi's owl.
Hogg J1863 (FC) V: 319-321 [pt.4]archeologyMiscellanea - Roman Remains and Coins found near Stockton-on-Tees.
Hogg J1864 (FC) VI: 237-238 [pt.2]paleontologyOn the Fossil Teeth of a Horse found in the red clay at Stockton.
Hogg J1864 (FC) VI: 238-239 [pt.2]botanyOn Proliferous Cones of the Common Larch.
Hogg J1865 (OS) I: 135-136 [pt.1]botanyMiscellanea - Notices of rare plants. On water shrews. Note on Lathyrus grandiflorus, (Sims).
Hogg J1865 (OS) I: 232-233 [pt.2]entomologyMiscellanea - Zoological notes - death's head moth.
Hogg J1867 (OS) I: 411 [pt.3]botanyMiscellanea - Ballast hill flora.
Hogg J1868 (OS) III: 175-176 [pt.1]fishesMiscellanea - Notes on local fishes (Lophius piscatorius and Clupea finta).
Holland JA & Lambert R St J 1970 41: 103-118 [pt.1]geologyGeology of Durham county. Chapter 9 - Weardale granite.
Holland JG1995 56: 313-314 [pt.5]geologyRobson’s Geology of North East England - Chapter 8. Igneous rocks, Weardale granite.
Holland JG, Robson & Randall 1980 Special Pub.: 61-77geologyGeology of North East England: Igneous rocks.
Holms P1982 49: 14-23amphibiansibAltitudinal comparisons in the ecology and reproduction of the common frog (Rana temporaria temporaria L.).
Hooppell RE1878 (OS) VII: 126-167 [pt.1]archeologyOn the Discovery and Exploration of Roman Remains at South Shields in the year s 1875-1876.
Horne DJ, Horne DM & JEM1990 55: 147-148 [pt.2]molluscsShort communication - New records of ostracods from the Lake District.
Hornung M1981 43: 45-54 [pt.4]ornthologyBurrow excavation and infill in the Farne Islands puffin colony.
Howchin W1880 (OS) VII: 210-222 [pt.2]archeologyNotes on a Find of Pre-historic Implements in Allendale, with Notices of similar Finds in the surrounding District.
Howse R1848 (FC) I: 219-264 [pt.3]paleontologyA Catalogue of the Fossils of the Permian System of the Counties of Northumberland and Durham.
Howse R1858 (FC) III: 235-285 [pt.4]geologyNotes on the Permian System of Northumberland and Durham; being a Supplement to the Catalogue of Fossils of the Permian System of these Counties.
Howse R1861 (FC) V: 57-60 [pt.1]zoologyMiscellanea. - Xylophaga dorsalis; Pecten Danicus; Acmaea testudinalis; Goniaster equestris; Nephrops Norwegic; Corystes Cassivellaunus.
Howse R1861 (FC) V: 111-121 [pt.2]paleontologyNotes on the Fossil remains of some recent and extinct Mammalia found in the Counties of Northumberland and Durham.
Howse R1863 (FC) V: 316-317 [pt.4]molluscsRecent additions to the Local Molluscan Fauna - Occurrence of Limax gagates, near South Shields.
Howse R1877 (OS) V: 343 [pt.3]botanyMiscellanea - Malaxis paludosa,Sw. - Mimulus luteus Linn..
Howse R1878 (OS) VII: 171-173 [pt.1]paleontologyMiscellanea - Note on the Discovery in 1836-7 of a Fossil Fish (Acrolepis kirkbyi,n.s.) in the Upper Division of the Magnesian Limestone at Marsden.
Howse R1878 (OS) VII: 173-175 [pt.1]paleontologyMiscellanea - Preliminary notice of the Occurrence of Archanodon (Anodonta) Jukesii, Forbes in Lower Carboniferous Rocks of North Northumberland.
Howse R1880 (OS) VII: 361-365 [pt.2]geologyMiscellanea - Preliminary note on the Discovery of Old Sea Caves and a Raised Sea-beach at Whitburn Lizards.
Howse R1880 (OS) VII: 365-376 [pt.2]archeologyMiscellanea - On the so called Sculptured Rocks of North Northumberland.
Howse R1880 (OS) VII: 376-378 [pt.2]paleontologyMiscellanea - Note on the Priority of Discovery of Archanodon (Anodon) Jukesii, Forbes in Lower Carboniferous Rocks of North Northumberland.
Howse R1884 (OS) VIII: 32 [pt.1]paleontologyMiscellanea - Reply to Prof.Lebour's statement regarding the priority of discovery of Archanodon jukesii.
Howse R1886 (OS) VIII: 221-223 [pt.2]fishesMiscellanea - On the visit of a Shoal of Tunny to the Northumberland coast in June 1884.
Howse R1886 (OS) VIII: 223-224 [pt.2]fishesMiscellanea - Note on the capture of a very large Tunny in the Salmon Nets off Frenchman's Bay, near the mouth of the Tyne in August 1885.
Howse R1889 (OS) VIII: 325 [pt.3]entomologyOn the Occurrence of Carabus glabratus,Fab. in the County of Northumberland.
Howse R1888 (OS) X: 19-151 [pt.1]paleontologyContributions towards a Catalogue of the Flora of the Carboniferous system of Northumberland and Durham. Part I. Fossil plants from Hutton Collection.
Howse R1890 (OS) X: 220-288 [pt.2]paleontologyNote on South Durham Salt Borings, with remarks on the Fossils found in the Magnesian Limestone cores, and the Geological position of the Salt.
Howse R1890 (OS) X: 227-288 [pt.2]paleontologyA Catalogue of the Local Fossils in the Museum of the Natural History Society.
Howse R1890 (OS) X: 327-390 [pt.2]fishesCatalogue of the Fishes of the Rivers and Coast of Northumberland and Durham and the adjacent Sea.
Howse R1892 (OS) XI: 60-65 [pt.1]paleontologyNote on the Conglobated form of the Magnesian-limestone of the County of Durham.
Howse R1894 (OS) XI: 195 [pt.2]molluscsVoracity of cuttlefishes.
Howse R1894 (OS) XI: 345-350 [pt.2]ornthologyOn the occurrence on the North-East coast of Yorkshire of a Ruffed Bustard, Otis houbara, Gmelin, commonly known as MacQueen's Bustard, Otis Macqueenii, JE Gray.
Howse R1894 (OS) XI: 350-366 [pt.2]fishesAdditions to Catalogue of the Fishes of the Rivers and Coast of Northumberland and Durham and adjacent Sea.
Howse R1894 (OS) XI: 361-366 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - Black headed Gulls hawking for Moths: Do Gulls dive under Water to reach their Food?: Note on the Nesting of the Peewit.
Howse R1896 (OS) XIII: 107 [pt.1]fishesNote: Torpedo hebetans, Lowe, or T.nobiliana of some authors on the coast of Durham, 1896.
Howse R1900 (OS) XIII: 273-410 [pt.3]ornthologyIndex to the Catalogue of Birds in the Hancock Collection, presented by deed of gift, 1st Nov.1883, to the Trustees of Natural History Society, by John Hancock.
Howse R1900 (OS) XIII: 410 [pt.3]ornthologyNotes 1. On the Young Great Auk relating to Mr Fox's statement in the 'Synopsis of the Newcastle Museum 1827'. 2. Note on the additions to the Hancock Collection.
Howse R1900 (OS) XIII: 444 [pt.3]crustaceansNote on Munida bamffius (Pennant).
Howse R & Kirkby JW1864 (FC) VI: App. 1-33geologyA synopsis of the geology of Durham and part of Northumberland.
Hull JE1896 (OS) XIII: 57-107 [pt.1]zoologyCatalogue of the Spiders (Araneidea) of Northumberland and Durham.
Hull JE1908 (NS) III: 110-115 [pt.1]zoologyAllendale Spiders.
Hull JE1909 (NS) III: 446-451 [pt.2]zoologyNotes on spiders.
Hull JE1911 (NS) III: 573-590 [pt.3]zoologyPapers on Spiders - Part 1 The Genus Tmeticus and some allied genera. Part 2 Some Northern records for 1909.
Hull JE1914 (NS) IV: 42-58 [pt.1]zoologyNew and Rare British Spiders.
Hull JE1916 (NS) IV: 381-409 [pt.3]zoologyTerrestrial Acari of the Tyne Province. 1. Oribatidae.
Hull JE1918 (NS) V: 13-88 [pt.1]zoologyTerrestrial Acari of the Tyne Province. 1. Oribatidae Addenda et corrigenda 2. Thrombidiidae. 3. Gamasidae.
Hutchinson C1866 (OS) I: 233 [pt.2]meteorologyMiscellanea - Aurora Borealis.
Hutton W1831 (Qu) I: 60-74 [pt.1]geologyNotes on the New Red Sandstone of County Durham below the Magnesian Limestone.
Hutton W1838 (Qu) II: 187-214 [pt.1]geologyOn the Stratiform Basalt associated with the Carboniferous Formation of the North of England.
Ingham B2002 62: 169-175 [pt.3]mammalsDental anomalies in the Chillingham Wild White Cattle.
Ingham B & Widdows A2005 64: 169-172 [pt.3]mammalsTaillessness (Anury) in a Chillingham wild white calf.
Jackson AR1904 (NS) I: 67 [pt.1]zoologyEvening Lecture 1902-03 - Spiders.
Jackson AR1905 (NS) I: 248-261 [pt.2]zoologyThe genus Tapinocyba.
Jackson AR1907 (NS) I: 337-405 [pt.3]zoologyThe Spiders of the Tyne valley.
Jackson AR1908 (NS) III: 49-78 [pt.1]zoologyOn some Rare Arachnids captured during 1907.
Jackson AR1908 (NS) III: 418-439 [pt.2]zoologyOn some Rare Arachnids captured during 1908.
Jackson AR1914 (NS) IV: 117-142 [pt.1]zoologyOn the British Spiders of the Genus Microneta.
Jackson DE2001 60: 101-114 [pt.3]geologyBuilding stones of the district around Alnwick, Northumberland.
Jaggard SJ, Seviour JA & Hill DJ1974 41: 194-203 [pt.1]lichensDistribution of some ornithocoprophilous lichen species on Carboniferous Limestone in the Malham area.
Jessop L1996 57: 5-12 [pt.1]biographyGeorge Gibson and his conches.
Jessop L1999 59: 65-82 [pt.3]ornthologyBird specimens figured by Thomas Bewick surviving in the Hancock Museum, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Jessop L1999 59: 83-92 [pt.3]ornthologyGeorge Allan's grey-headed duck: two centuries of confusion partly resolved.
Jessop L2003 63: 89-166 [pt.3]ethnogThe Exotic Artefacts from George Allan's Museum, and other 18th Century Ethnographic Collections surviving in the Hancock Museum, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Jessop L & Boyd MJ1996 57: 21-34 [pt.1]mammalsSome sources for Thomas Bewick's work on the Chillingham 'wild' cattle.
Jessop L & Hammond PM1993 56: 41-60 [pt.1]entomologyQuantitative sampling of Coleoptera in north-east woodlands using flight interception traps.
Jessop L & Stobbart RH2002 62: 123-152 [pt.3]ornthologySpecimens of bird species now threatened, or made extinct in recent times, in collections of the Hancock Museum, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Jessop L & Stobbart RH2005 64: 214 [pt.3]ornthologyErrata - Specimens of bird species threatened, or made extinct in recent times, in Hancock Museum.
Johnson FH1859 (FC) IV: 117-122 [pt2]archeologyOn Ancient Remains found in the bed of the River Wear at Claxheugh, near Sunderland.
Johnson GAL (compiler)1970 41: 4-152 [pt.1]geologyGeology of Durham county.
Johnson GAL1970 41: 21-22 [pt.1]geologyGeology of Durham county. Chapter 3 - Ordovician.
Johnson GAL1970 41: 23-42 [pt.1]geologyGeology of Durham county. Chapter 4 - Carboniferous.
Johnson GAL (Editor)1995 56: 225-391 [pt.5]geologyRobson's geology of North East England (Formerly 'The geology of North East England') 2nd Edition.
Johnson GAL1995 56: 245-246 [pt.5]geologyRobson's geology of North East England - Chapter 2. Lower Palaeozoic rocks.
Johnson GAL, Heard AJ & O’Mara PT1995 56: 249-266 [pt.5]geologyRobson's geology of North East England - Chapter 4. Carboniferous.
Johnson GAL, Jones et al.1980 Special Pub.: 10-60geologyThe geology of North East England - Stratigraphy.
Johnson GAL & Richardson G1990 55: 84-96 [pt.2]geologyCoal measures of the River Wear gorge at Durham, England.
Johnson W1884 (OS) VIII: 184 [pt.1]botany lichensMiscellanea - A New Lichen found in Northumberland (Lecanora albo-lutesceus).
Johnson W1886 (OS) VIII: 217-219 [pt.2]botany lichensMiscellanea - Lichen memorabilia, 1884.
Johnson W1889 (OS) VIII: 307-325 [pt.3]botany lichensCatalogue of Mr.N.J.Winch's lichens now in the Museum of the Natural History Society, Newcastle on Tyne.
Johnson W1918 (NS) V: 163 [pt.1]botany lichensA valuable addition to the British Lichen-Flora.
Johnston G1831 (Qu) I: 6-8 [pt.1]mammalsSome Account of a Whale stranded near Berwick-upon-Tweed.
Johnston G1838 (Qu) II: 239-272 [pt.1]zoologyA Descriptive Catalogue of the recent Zoophytes found on the Coast of North Durham.
Johnston JFW1838 (Qu) II: 394-400 [pt.2]mineralsDescription and Analysis of a Variety of Hatchetine, found in Urpeth Colliery, near Newcastle.
Johnston SD1974 41: 165-178 [pt.3]mammalsWild mink in Northumberland.
Jones JM1967 (NS) XVI: 153-192 [pt.3]geologyThe geology of the coast section from Tynemouth to Seaton Sluice.
Jones JM & Cooper BS1970 41: 43-65 [pt.1]geologyGeology of Durham county. Chapter 5 - Coal.
Jones JM, Magraw D & O’Mara PT1995 56: 267-282 [pt.5]geologyRobson's geology of North East England - Chapter 5. Carboniferous Westphalian Coal Measures.
Jorgensen OM1926 (NS) VI: 157-166 [pt.2]crustaceansSome Crustacean Larvae from the Northumberland Plankton.
Kerslake LJ (Editor)1998 58: 37-322 [pt.2]ecologyRed Data Book for Northumberland.
Kerslake LJ (Editor)1999 59: 183-192 [pt.4]ecologyRed Data Book for Northumberland: 1999 supplement and errata.
Kirkby JW1858 (FC) III: 286-294 [pt.4]paleontologyOn some Permian Fossils from Durham.
Kirkby JW1860 (FC) IV: 238-263 [pt.4]paleontologyOn the Permian Chitonidae.
Kirkby JW1862 (FC) V: 248 [pt.4]paleontologyMiscellanea - Fossil Fish in the Magnesian Limestone at Fulwell Hill.
Kirkby JW1864 (FC) VI: 212-220 [pt.2]paleontologyOn some Fossils from the Lower Magnesian Limestone of Sunderland.
Kirkby JW1864 (FC) VI: 220-225 [pt.2]paleontologyOn the Occurrence of Fossils in the highest beds of the Durham Coal Measures.
Kirkby JW1865 (OS) I: 64-83 [pt.1]paleontologyOn some Remains of Fish and Plants from the "Upper Limestone" of the Permian Series of Durham.
Kirkby JW1866 (OS) I: 184-200 [pt.2]paleontologyOn the Fossils of the Marl-slate and Lower Magnesian Limestone (Durham No.II).
Kirkby JW1870 (OS) III: 357-360 [pt.2]geologyNote on the 'Geology' of Messrs. Baker and Tate's New Flora of Northumberland and Durham.
Kirkby JW & Atthey T1864 (FC) VI: 231-235 [pt.2]paleontologyOn some Fish Remains from the Durham and Northumberland Coal Measures.
Kirkby JW & Brady GS1866 (OS) I: 148-151 [pt.2]archeologyOn Human and other Remains found in a Cavern near the Ryhope Colliery.
Kirkby JW & Duff J1871 (OS) IV: 150-198 [pt.1]geologyNotes on the Geology of Part of South Durham.
Kirkby JW & Jones TR1859 (FC) IV: 122-171 [pt.2]paleontologyOn Permian Entomostraca from the Shell Limestone of Durham. With notes on the Species.
Lawson MA1863 (FC) V: 304-309 [pt.4]botanyNotes on the Flora of the Old and West Hartlepool Ballast Hills, with a list of rarer and more characteristic species.
Lebour GA[L]1872 (OS) IV: 512 [pt.2]botanyMiscellanea - Euphorbia amygdaloides.
Lebour GA[L]1884 (OS) VIII: 30-32 [pt.1]molluscsMiscellanea - A statement as to recent publications relating to Anodonta jukesii.
Lebour GA[L]1894 (OS) XI: 191-195 [pt.2]geologyOn certain Surface-Features of the Glacial Deposits of the Tyne valley.
Lebour GA[L]1905 (NS) I: 277-283 [pt.2]geologyGeological Notes for a Visit to Rothley Crag.
Lebour MV1907 (NS) I: 437-454 [pt.3]zoologyLarval Trematodes of the Northumberland coast. No.I.
Lebour MV1907 (NS) I: 500 [pt.3]algaeMiscellanea - Fusus islandicus, a correction.- Larval Trematodes: further notes and references.
Lebour MV1907 (NS) III: 28-45 [pt.1]zoologyTrematodes of the Northumberland coast. No.II.
Lebour MV1908 (NS) III: 222 [pt.1]molluscsMiscellanea - Limax tenellus Mull. (slug) at Corbridge.
Lebour MV1909 (NS) III: 440-445 [pt.2]zoologyTrematodes of the Northumberland coast. No.III.-A preliminary Note on Echinostephilla virgula, a new trematode in the Turnstone.
Liddell Hon HT1831 (Qu) I: 3-5 [pt.1]ornthologySome Notice of the Falco Apivorus, or Honey Buzzard, shot in Thrunton Woods, in the Parish of Whittingham, in the County of Northumberland, August 31, 1829.
Liddell Hon HT1838 (Qu) II: 304-308 [pt.2]fishesObservations on the Young of Salmon, and some Remarks on the Migration of Eels.
Liddicoat A1972 (NS) XVII: 261 [pt.5]mammalsShort communications - Seals hauled out on buoys.
Loftus WK1849 (FC) I: 273-275 [pt.4]geologyEvidences of Diluvial Action at Belsay, etc...
Luff ML, Selman B & Foster G1974 41: 179-193 [pt.3]entomologyThe Coleoptera of Castle Eden Dene.
Lunn AG1993 Special pub.: 1-5botanyIntroduction to 'Flora of Northumberland'.
Lunn AG1995 56: 297-312 [pt.5]geologyRobson's geology of North East England - Chapter 7. Quaternary.
Luxton M1990 55: 144-146 [pt.2]zoologyShort communications - Oribatid mites from Holy Island.
Lyall G1877 (OS) V: 275-277 [pt.3]geologyNote on the Underground Fire at North Shields.
Maling W1870 (OS) III: 381-382 [pt.2]entomologyMiscellanea - Notes of Local Lepidoptera.
Maling W1875 (OS) V: 141-146 [pt.2]entomologyNotes on the Occurrence of Lepidoptera in Northumberland and Durham in 1874.
Maling W1875 (OS) V: 277-282 [pt.3]entomologyNotes on the Occurrence of Lepidoptera in Northumberland and Durham in 1875.
McIntosh WC1871 (OS) IV: 118-120 [pt.1]wormsReport on a Collection of Annelids dredged off Northumberland and Durham.
Meek A1904 (NS) I: 35-38 [pt.1]fishesOn the Fishes of the North-East Coast.
Meek A1904 (NS) I: 39-40 [pt.1]mammalsMiscellanea - Note on the Beluga caught at the mouth of the Tyne.
Meek A1905 (NS) I: 144-154 [pt.2]fishesOn the Migrations and Growth of Plaice.
Meek A1921 (NS) V: 239-243 [pt.2]biographyObituary - Canon Alfred Merle Norman M.A., D.C.L., F.R.S.
Meek A1924 (NS) VI: 1-14 [pt.1]biographyObituary of George Stewardson Brady with a list of his published papers.
Meek A1924 (NS) VI: 63-79 [pt.1]crustaceansExperimental Legislation with reference to the Crab Fisheries of the East Coast of Britain.
Meek A1924 (NS) VI: 112 [pt.1]fishesMiscellanea - The Miller's Thumb, Cottus gobio.
Meek A1926 (NS) VI: 142-156 [pt.2]crustaceansOn the Crustacean Fauna of a salt water pond at Amble, with some remarks on its bearing on the Problem of the Inheritance of Acquired Characters.
Meek A & Goddard TR1926 (NS) VI: 229-237 [pt.2]molluscsOn two Specimens of Giant Squid stranded on the Northumberland coast.
Mennell HT1858 (FC) IV: 69-71 [pt 1]molluscsMiscellanea - On the occurrence of Natica sordida and other Rare Shells on our Coast.
Mennell HT1859 (FC) IV: 101-105 [pt.2]meteorologyNotes on the Rainfall for 1858.
Mennell HT1860 (FC) IV: 233-237 [pt.3]meteorologyNotes on the rainfall for 1859.
Mennell HT (Editor)1861 (FC) V: 28-37 [pt 1]meteorologyMeteorological reports for 1860.
Mennell HT1861 (FC) V: 61 [pt 1]molluscsMiscellanea - Nudibranchiate mollusca at Cullercoats.
Mennell HT1861 (FC) V: 154 [pt.2]crustaceansMiscellanea - The Norway Lobster and Red Mullet.
Mennell HT (Editor)1862 (FC) V: 208-215 [pt.3]meteorologyMeteorological reports for 1861.
Mennell HT (Editor)1863 (FC) V: 251-255 [pt.4]marineReport on the Dredging Expedition to the Dogger Bank and the Coasts of Northumberland 1862.
Mennell HT1863 (FC) V: 255-262 [pt.4]molluscsThe dredging expedition 1862. Report on the Mollusca.
Mennell HT (Editor)1863 (FC) VI: 42-49 [pt 1]meteorologyMeteorological reports for 1862.
Mennell HT & Perkins V1864 (FC) VI: 111-177 [pt.2]mammalsA Catalogue of the Mammalia of Northumberland and Durham.
Miller H1878 (OS) VII: 285-355 [pt.2]geologyTynedale Escarpments, their Pre-glacial, Glacial and Post-glacial Features.
Mitchell DN & Baker JA2001 60: 74-100 [pt.3]botanyThe vegetation of Gosforth Park Nature Reserve.
Mitchell DN & Cooke JA1991 55: 273-282 [pt.4]botanyThe current status and plant ecology of disused railway lines in north Tyneside.
Mitchell DN, Davison AW & Cooke JA1994 56: 153-175 [pt.2]botanyThe flora and vegetation of magnesian limestone cliffs, County Durham.
Mitchell DN, Davison AW & Cooke JA1997 57: 61-63 [pt.1]botanyReply to discussion paper by DB Smith on 'The flora and vegetation of magnesian limestone cliffs'.
Mitchell DN, Davison AW & Cooke JA1997 57: 169-184 [pt.4]botanyConservation management of the Durham sea cliff flora.
Mitchell DN, Davison AW & Cooke JA1999 59: 137-148 [pt.3]botanyThe bryophytes of Magnesian Limestone sea cliffs, County Durham: a multivariate analysis of community-environment relationships.
Mitchell G & Robertson G1997 57: 119-136 [pt.4]botanyBryophytes of Castle Eden Dene. (Erratum in 59[3] page 64).
Morison AM1907 (NS) I: 302 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - Spotted redshank at Cramlington.
Morrison DP1861 (FC) V: 49-52 [pt.1]zoologyOn a spider (Neriene errans) inhabiting Coal Mines.
Morrison DP1862 (FC) V: 248-249 [pt.4]entomologyMiscellanea - Scarcity of lepidoptera in 1861.
Morrison DP1864 (FC) VI: 255-256 [pt.2]botanyMiscellanea - Curious growth of a Potato.
Moss B1959 (NS) XIII: 101-119 [pt.4]algaeMarine Algae of the Inner Farne.
Mounsey E1872 (OS) IV: 513 [pt.2]mammalsMiscellanea - Early appearance of a bat.
Nimmo AP1974 41: 239-240 [pt.3]zoologyShort communication - Identification of a tick from a Farne Island kittiwake.
Norman AM1860 (FC) IV: 326-330 [pt.4]crustaceansOn an undescribed Crustacean of the genus Mysis.
Norman AM1860 (FC) IV: 336-337 [pt.4]molluscsMiscellanea - Note on Rissoa ventrosa (Mollusc) Ophioma filiformis on the Durham Coast: Volvox globator in South Durham.
Norman AM1861 (FC) V: 61 [pt.1]molluscsMiscellanea - Notes on the local species of Polygonum – Aegirus punctilucens and Nudibranchiate Mollusca at Cullercoats.
Norman AM1861 (FC) V: 136-140 [pt.2]botanyNotes on the Botany of the South Durham Ballast Hills in the year 1861.
Norman AM1861 (FC) V: 140-143 [pt.2]botanyNotes on the Species into which the Linnaean Polygonum aviculare has been divided by Continental Botanists.
Norman AM1861 (FC) V: 143-151 [pt.2]molluscsOn species of Ostracoda, found in Northumberland and Durham, new to Great Britain.
Norman AM1861 (FC) V: 154-155 [pt.2]botanyMiscellanea - Vitality of the seed of Fumaria muralis (Sonder) and Hyosyamus niger L.
Norman AM1863 (FC) V: 263-280 [pt.4]crustaceansDredging 1862-4. Report on the Crustacea.
Norman AM1863 (FC) VI: 52-59 [pt.1]crustaceansOn Acantholeberis (Lilljeborg), a Genus of Entomostraca new to Great Britain.
Norman AM1965 (OS) I: 12-29 [pt.1]crustaceansReport of Dredging Operations 1863 - Report on the Crustacea.
Norman AM1865 (OS) I: 58-60 [pt.1]zoologyOn Cyanea imporcata, an undescribed Medusa taken off the Northumberland Coast.
Norman AM1865 (OS) I: 137-138 [pt.1]marineMiscellanea - Note to the Dredging Report.
Norman AM1884 (OS) VIII: 91-134 [pt.1]geologyPart of address to Tyneside Nat.Fld.Cl. 1881. - The Abysses of the Ocean: A, Shallow Water Deposits. B, Near Shore Deposits. C, Deep Sea Deposits.
Norman AM & Brady GS1867 (OS) I: 354-408 [pt.3]crustaceansA Monograph of the British Entomostraca belonging to the families Bosminidae, Macrothricidae and Lynceidae.
Norman AM & Brady GS1909 (NS) III: 252-417 [pt.2]crustaceansThe Crustacea of Northumberland and Durham.
O’Connor DA1978 43: 34 [pt.2]mammalsShort communication: Mink in north Northumberland.
O’Connor DA & Summers FC1978 43: 34 [pt.2]mammalsShort communication: Record of common seal in 1977.
O’Hara K2005 64: 173-184 [pt.3]mammalsThe status of the Otter in Northumberland from 1991-2003.
O’Hara K2005 64: 185-194 [pt.3]mammalsThe status of the Water Vole (Arvicola terrestris) in the Borough of North Tyneside: a survey for presence and absence, summer 2002.
Ogilvie AG1957 (NS) XII: 134-136 [pt.4]mammalsThe Initiation of a Study of Mortality and Morbidity in the Farne Islands Grey Seal Nurseries.
Ogilvie AG1959 (NS) XIII: 83-85 [pt.3]mammalsMorbidity in the Farne Island Grey Seal Nurseries in 1957.
Oliver D (Junior)1856 (FC) III: 64-68 [pt.2]botanyAbstract of paper entitled 'Observations on the Growth in Diameter of Dicotyledonous (Exogenous) Stems'.
Oliver D (Junior)1856 (FC) III:68-72 [pt.2]botanyMemoranda of Plants, collected by the Coquet, in 1855.
Oliver D (Junior)1858 (FC) IV: 44-50 [pt.1]botanyNotes on Plants New to the Flora of Northumberland, with Observations on some Critical Species.
Oliver D (Junior)1858 (FC) IV: 61-64 [pt.1]algaeMiscellanea - Note on Volvox globator; Notes on Northumberland and Durham Plants; Note on Chlorosphoera; On the Occurrence of a Double Filament in Vaucheria.
Oliver D (Junior)1860 (FC) IV: 263-265 [pt.4]zoologyNote upon the occurrence of a Rotiferon in Vaucheria.
Oliver D1896 (OS) XIII: 33 [pt.1]botanyNote: Carex incurva, Holy Island.
Oliver FW1863 (FC) VI: 87-88 [pt.1]botanyMiscellanea - Note on Stellaria friesiana.
Oswald S1884 (OS) VIII: 181-184 [pt.1]geologyMiscellanea - On a Perched Block of Sandstone in Lunedale.
Parnaby D2005 65: 125-126 [pt.2]mammalsCetacean report from the Farne Islands 2004.
Parrack JD & Bell DG1969 (NS) XVII: 79-112 [pt.2]ornthologyOrnithological report for Northumberland and Durham for 1968.
Parrack JD McAndrew RT, et al1972 (NS) XVII: 196-221 [pt.5]ornthologyOrnithological report for Northumberland and Durham for 1969.
Pattinson HL1831 (Qu) I: 79-81 [pt.1]paleontologyOn the Discovery of a Number of Hazel Nuts in working a Lead Ore Vein in the Manor of Alston Moor.
Pattinson HL1838 (Qu) II: 152-177 [pt.1]geologyAn Account of the Method of Smelting Lead Ore and Refining Lead, practised in the Mining Districts of Northumberland, Cumberland and Durham in the year 1831.
Peile W1831 (Qu) I: 160-164 [pt.2]geologyDescription of a Group of Dykes, termed Riders, discovered in Whitehaven Colliery.
Peile W1838 (Qu) II: 178-180 [pt.1]geologyNotes of a singular Transformation of the Seams of Coal into Stone, at Crummock Colliery.
Percy Earl1884 (OS) VIII: 181 [pt.1]mammalsMiscellanea - Remarkable instinct in a foxhound.
Perkins VR1861 (FC) V: 62-63 [pt.1]entomologyMiscellanea - Early occurrence of the Hive bee (Apis mellifica) 28 January.
Perkins VR1861 (FC) V: 85-88 [pt.2]entomologySome remarks on the common Glow worm, Lampyris Noctiluca and its Larva.
Perkins VR1862 (FC) V: 223-224 [pt.3]entomologyEntomological notes for the years 1861.
Perkins VR1862 (FC) V: 248 [pt.4]entomologyMiscellanea - A curious habit of Agabus uliginosus.
Perkins VR1863 (FC) V: 312-313 [pt.4]entomologyEntomological notes for the years 1862.
Perkins VR1863 (FC) V: 313-315 [pt.4]entomologyList of Bees taken in the Neighbourhood of Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Perkins VR1863 (FC) V: 321 [pt.4]entomologyMiscellanea - Tinea granella (moth). Lampyris noctiluca.
Philipson GN1957 (NS) XII: 77-92 [pt.3]entomologyRecords of Caddis Flies (Trichoptera) in Northumberland: with notes on their seasonal distribution in Plessey Woods.
Philipson J1890 (OS) X: 410-419 [pt.2]ornthologyMatters of Interest to the Naturalist - Irruption of Pallas's sand grouse; raid on rooks; fresh water fish.
Pithers EF1974 41: 240 [pt.3]ornthologyShort communication - Recovery of Estonian-ringed arctic tern.
Platt NE, Prime JH & Witthames SR1975 42: 99-106 [pt.4]mammalsThe age of the grey seal at the Farne Islands. A study of growth, age-distribution and mortality of the breeding stock.
Potter MC1894 (OS) XI: 263-269 [pt.2]amphibiansibEvening Lecture No. 2. Frogs and Tadpoles.
Potter MC1904 (NS) I: 61 [pt.1]botanyEvening Lecture 1902-03 - The Life and Death of Trees.
Potts E1903 (OS) XIV: 283 [pt.2]botanyMiscellanea - Ballast plants at Bradbury, Co. Durham.
Prime JH1981 47: 13-16mammalsBreeding grey seals on the Isle of May, 1980.
Pybus WM1903 (OS) XIV: 196-199 [pt.2]ornthologyBirds of Ravenglass - part of Presidential address.
Pybus WM1903 (OS) XIV: 283 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - Hooded crow in May.
Pybus WM1905 (NS) I: 299-300 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea -Farne Islands: notes on a visit in May, 1904. Gull and tern. Bernicle goose near Warkworth.
Pybus WM & Gill EL1905 (NS) I: 303-304 [pt.2]ornthologyMiscellanea - Swifts, swallows and martins.
Randall BAO1995 56: 317-330 [pt.5]geologyRobson's geology of North East England - Chapter 8. Lower Carboniferous igneous rocks, The Great Whin Sill and its associated dyke suite, The Tertiary dykes.
Randall BAO & Farmer N1970 (NS) XVII: 127-139 [pt.3]geologyThe Holy Island dyke.
Ravensworth Lord1861 (FC) V: 38-39 [pt.1]ornthologyOn Certain Changes in the Plumage of the Pheasant.
Ravensworth Lord1868 (OS) III: 173-174 [pt.1]ornthologyNotice of some rare birds seen recently.
Ravensworth Earl of1877 (OS) V: 334-337 [pt.3]ornthologyOn the Capercailzie (Tetrao urogallus Linn.).
Ravensworth Earl of1878 (OS) VII: 168 [pt.1]ornthologyNote on the Bar-tailed Pheasant (Phasianus reevesii, Gray).
Raw W1924 (NS) VI: 110-112 [pt.1]ornthologyMiscellanea - Golden eagle. Farne Islands. Gosforth Park bird sanctuary - initial renting of the shooting
Redfern CPF1997 57: 111-113 [pt.3]ornthologyFarne Island ringing report for 1996.
Redfern CPF1998 58: 342-345 [pt.3]ornthologyFarne Island ringing report for 1997.
Redfern CPF1999 59: 57-59 [pt.2]ornthologyFarne Island ringing report for 1998.
Redfern CPF2000 60: 56-58 [pt.2]ornthologyFarne Island ringing report for 1999.
Redfern CPF2001 61: 67-70 [pt.2]ornthologyFarne Island ringing report for 2000.
Redfern CPF2002 62: 83-87 [pt.2]ornthologyFarne Island ringing report for 2001.
Redfern CPF2003 63: 81-87 [pt.2]ornthologyFarne Island ringing report for 2002.
Redfern CPF2004 64: 99-105 [pt.2]ornthologyFarne Island ringing report for 2003.
Redfern CPF2005 65: 117-126 [pt.2]ornthologyFarne Island ringing report for 2004.
Redfern CPF2006 66: 117-125 [pt.2]ornthologyFarne Island ringing report for 2005.
Rhind DW1972 41: 159-164 [pt.2]geologyThe buried valley of the Lower Tweed.
Richards AJ1975 42: 85-92 [pt.3]botanyNote on the age and sex of Potentilla fruticosa L. in Upper Teesdale.
Richards AJ1977 42: 127-135 [pt.6]botanyA contribution to the bryophyte flora of Castle Eden Dene.
Richards AJ2001 60: 116-117 [pt.3]botanyA Rum Affair by Karl Sabbah: A book review.
Richardson D1905 (NS) I: 283-287 [pt.2]geologyNotes of an Old Iron Smelting Furnace at Wheel Birks near Stocksfield.
Richardson T1838 (Qu) II: 401-411 [pt.2]geologyResearches upon the Composition of Coal.
Richardson T1838 (Qu) II: 412-413 [pt.2]chemistryUpon the Employment of Chromate of Lead in the Analysis of organic Bodies.
Ridley Visc.1965 (NS) XV: 108 [pt.2]ornthologyNorwegian-ringed mandarin drakes in Northumberland.
Robinson D1970 41: 119-123 [pt.1]geologyGeology of Durham county. Chapter 10 - Metamorphic rocks.
Robinson JN1863 (FC) V: 318-319 [pt.4]meteorologyMiscellanea - Electrical Phenomenon observed at Carlisle.
Robson CE1914 (NS) IV: 197-199 [pt.1]biographyCommemoration organised by the University of Cambridge to mark the centenary of the birth of Charles Darwin.
Robson CE1921 (NS) V: 330-331 [pt.2]entomologyMiscellanea - Convolvulus hawk moth (Sphinx convolvuli).
Robson CE1924 (NS) VI: 108-109 [pt.1]biographyObituary of Nicholas Temperley.
Robson DA1966 (NS) XVI: 1-77 [pt.1]geologyA guide to the geology of Northumberland and the Borders.
Robson DA1976 43: 1-23 [pt.1]geologyA guide to the geology of the Cheviot Hills.
Robson DA1980 Special pub.: 1-9geologyThe geology of North East England - Preface and Introduction.
Robson DA1984 52: 27-34mineralsScanning electron micrographs of some common heavy minerals from sandstones of the Northumberland trough.
Robson DA1986 Special pub.: 7-73biographyPioneers of Geology.
Robson DA1991 55: 200-204 [pt.3]geologyA magnetometer survey of the eastern margin of the Cheviot granite.
Robson DA1995 56: 314-316 [pt.5]geologyRobson's geology of North East England - Chapter 8. The Lower Old Red Sandstone (Cheviot) igneous complex.
Robson DA & Johnson GAL1995 56: 237-247 [pt.5]geologyRobson's geology of North East England - Chapter 1. Introduction.
Robson DA & Johnson GAL1995 56: 247-248 [pt.5]geologyRobson's geology of North East England - Chapter 3. Devonian or Old Red Sandstone.
Robson EC1873 (OS) V: 97-98 [pt.1]archeologyNote on the Cinerary Vases found at Humbledon Hill, near Sunderland.
Robson JE1899 (OS) XII: iii-xvi [pt.1]entomologyIntroduction to A Catalogue of Lepidoptera.
Robson JE1899 (OS) XII: 1-34 [pt.1]entomologyA catalogue of the lepidoptera of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle upon Tyne. Vol.1. Macro Lepidoptera Part 1. Section I Rhopalocera Diurni.
Robson JE1899 (OS) XII: 35-195 [pt.1]entomologyA catalogue of the lepidoptera of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle upon Tyne. Vol.1. Macro Lepidoptera Part 1. Section II Heterocera Nocturni.
Robson JE1902 (OS) XII: 196-318 [pt.2]entomologyA catalogue of the lepidoptera of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle upon Tyne. Vol.1. Macro Lepidoptera Part 2. Section II Heterocera Nocturni.
Robson JE1905 (OS) XV: 1-106 [pt.1]entomologyA catalogue of the Lepidoptera of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle-on-Tyne. Vol.II. Micro lepidoptera Part 1.
Robson JE1913 (OS) XV: 107-289 [pt.2]entomologyA catalogue of the Lepidoptera of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle-on-Tyne. Vol.II. Micro Lepidoptera Part 2.
Robson MH1884 (OS) VIII: 185-189 [pt.1]ecologyMiscellanea - Additions to the Local Fauna and Flora, with Remarks on some New Habitats etc.
Rollin C Noble1953 (NS) X: 183-184 [pt.5]ornthologyA Note on Abnormally Marked Song Thrushes and Blackbirds.
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Addyman M2013 75: 62-74botWilliam Turner
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Steel D2015 78: 10-47ornBirds on the Farne Islands in 2014
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Bond I2015 79: 4-15ornRing-necked Parakeets in Northeast England
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Jessop L2015 79: 29-38geolA fossil Coelacanth rediscovered
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