Patrick Marshall

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Patrick Marshall
Patrick Marshall.jpg
Born 1869
Sapiston, Suffolk, England, UK
Died November 1950 (aged 81)
Residence New Zealand
Fields Geology
Institutions University of Canterbury
University of Otago
Known for Being the first to use the term "andesite line"
Notable awards Hector Memorial Medal (1915)
Hutton Medal (1917)

Patrick Marshall (1869 – November 1950) was a geologist who lived in New Zealand.[1]

Cricketing career[edit]

Marshall played three first-class matches for Auckland in the 1900–01 season.

Bibliography[edit]

Articles by Patrick Marshall published in Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New Zealand:

  • Marshall P. (1894). "Tridymite-Trachyte of Lyttelton". Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New Zealand 26: 368–387.
  • (1895) "New Zealand Diptera: No. 1". 28
  • (1895). "On Dodonidia helmsi, Fereday". 28'
  • (1901) "On Leaf-beds in the Kaikorai Valley". 34
  • (1902) "The Kingston Moraine".35
  • (1903) "Boulders in Triassic Conglomerate, Nelson". 36
  • (1904) "Magnesian Rocks at Milford Sound". 37
  • (1905) "Geological Notes on the Country North-west of Lake Wakatipu". 38
  • (1907) "Geology of Centre and North of North Island". 40
  • (1907) "Note on the Gabbro of the Dun Mountain". 40: 320–322.
  • (1908) "Geology of Rarotonga and Aitutaki". 41
  • (1908) "Contact Rocks from West Nelson". 41
  • (1908) "Crater of Ngauruhoe". 41
  • (1908) "Additions to the List of New Zealand Minerals". 41
  • (1908) "Some New Zealand Fossil Cephalopods". 41
  • (1909) "Note on the Geology of Mangaia". 42
  • (1909) "The Glaciation of New Zealand". 42
  • Marshall P., Speight R. & Cotton C. A. (1910) "The Younger Rock-series of New Zealand". 43
  • (1911) "Nephelinite Rocks in New Zealand". 44
  • (1912) "Note on the Rate of Erosion of the Hooker and Mueller Glaciers". 45
  • Marshall P. & Uttley G. H. (1912) "Some Localities for Fossils at Oamaru". 45: 297–307.
  • (1913) "Notes on the Geology of Moorea and Rurutu Islands". 46
  • (1913) "The Geology of the Cape Runaway District". 46
  • Marshall P. & Uttley G. H. (1913) "Localities for Fossils near Oamaru". 46: 279–280.
  • (1914) "The Geology of Tahiti". 47
  • (1914) "Cainozoic Fossils from Oamaru". 47
  • (1914) "The Recent Volcanic Eruptions on Ambrym Island". 47
  • (1915) "The Younger Limestones of New Zealand". 48
  • (1915) "Some New Fossil Gastropods". 48
  • (1916) "Geology of the Central Kaipara". 49
  • (1916) "The Wangaloa Beds". 49
  • (1916) "Additional Fossils from Target Gully, near Oamaru". 49
  • (1916) "Fossils and Age of the Hampden (Onekakara) Beds". 49
  • Marshall P. (1918). "The Tertiary Molluscan Fauna of Pakaurangi Point. Kaipara Harbour". Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New Zealand 50: 263–278.
  • (1918) "Notes on the Geology of the Tubuai Islands and of Pitcairn". 50
  • (1919) "Fauna of the Hampden Beds and Classification of the Oamaru System". 51
  • (1919) "Occurrence of Fossil Moa-bones in the Lower Wanganui Strata". 51
  • Marshall P. & Murdoch R. (1919) "Some New Fossil Species of Mollusca". 51: 253–258.
  • (1920) "The Tawhiti Series, East Cape District". 52
  • (1920) "The Hampden Beds and the New Zealand Tertiary Limestones". 52
  • Marshall P. & Murdoch R. (1920) "The Tertiary Rocks near Wanganui". 52
  • Marshall P. & Murdoch R. (1921) "Tertiary Rocks near Hawera". 53
  • Marshall P. & Murdoch R. (1921) "Some Tertiary Mollusca, with Descriptions of New Species". 53: 77–84
  • Marshall P. (1923) "Early Tertiary Molluscan Faunas of New Zealand". 54
  • Marshall P. & Murdoch R. (1923) "Some Tertiary Mollusca, with Descriptions of New Species". 54: 121–128
  • Marshall P. & Murdoch R. (1923) "The Occurrence of the Genus Lahillia in New Zealand". 54
  • (1924) "Two Fossil Cephalopods from North Canterbury". 55
  • Marshall P. & Murdoch R. (1924) "The Tertiary Rocks of the Wanganui – South Taranaki Coast". 55
  • (1926) "Presidential Address". 56
  • (1926) "The Upper Cretaceous Ammonites of New Zealand". 56
  • (1926) "A New Species of Osmundites from Kawhia, New Zealand". 56
  • (1927) "The Origin of Lake Waikaremoana". 57
  • (1928) "The Wearing of Beach Gravels". 58
  • (1928) "A Kaipara Ammonite". 58
  • (1928) "A Natrolite Tinguaite from Dunedin". 58
  • (1928) "Colloid Substances formed by Abrasion". 59
  • (1930) "Beach Gravels and Sands". 60
  • (1935) "Acid Rocks of the Taupo-Rotorua Volcanic District". 64
  • (1937) "The Mineral Tuhualite." 66
  • (1937) "Geology of Mayor Island." 66

Books:

Species described[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Benson W. N. (1951). "Patrick Marshall". Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New Zealand 79 152–155.

External links[edit]