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== Images ==
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== Timeline ==
 
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| 1861 || Born December 3rd at Bristol.
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| 1832 || Born October 10th, Maidstone. Sone of Rev. T.S. Green, classical scholar and Master of Ashley-de-la-Zouche Grammar School. Educated at Ashley Grammar School and at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge.
 
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| 1889 || Joined Survey (8th July).
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| 1858 || 6th Wrangler. Elected Fellow of his College.
 
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| 1895 || Resigned 22nd March.
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| 1861 || Appointed Assistant Geologist with the Geological Survey (1867 Geologist). Worked in Midland Counties on Jurassic and Cretaceous, also Carboniferous of Derbyshire and Yorkshire etc.
 
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| 1920 || Lyell Medal.
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| 1874 || Retired from Survey. Appointed to Professorship of Geology at Leeds (Yorkshire College). Completed official survey work after appointment.
 
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| 1951 || Died 4th March.
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| 1876 || Published “Manual of Physical Geology” (3rd edition 1883).
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| 1875 || Professor of Mathematics at Leeds (in addition to Geology). For several years held Lectureship in Geology at School of Military Engineering at Chatham.
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| 1886 || Elected F.R.S.
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| 1888 || Appointed Professor of Geology at Oxford (successor to Prestwich).
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| 1890 || President Geological Section, British Association, Leeds.
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|  || Examiner to London University, Science and Art Department (Asst), Durham University, Home and Indian Civil Service.
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| 1896 || Died August 19th near Oxford
 
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== Biographies and obituaries ==
 
== Biographies and obituaries ==
Williams, D. Obituary - Edward Greenly (British Geological Survey - Scotland).
 
  
Proceedings of the Geological Society in Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society. v. 106 p.lxiii-lxv. 1950
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Hicks, H. Obituary - Professor A.H. Green. [In Anniversary Address.]. Proceedings of the Geological Society in Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society. v. 53 p.lii-liv. 1897
Nature 167 1951 p. 545.
 
  
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Greenly Edward Greenly] — Wikipedia article
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Miall, L.C. Obituary - Professor A.H. Green, F.R.S., F.G.S. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society. v. 13 p.232-233.
  
Clarkson, E. N. K. Greenly, Edward (1861–1951) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography https://doi.org/10.1093/ref:odnb/37485
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Obituary - Alexander Henry Green, M.A., F.R.S., F.G.S. Born 10th October 1832, died 19th August 1896. Geologists Magazine. New Series. v. 3 p.480. 1896
  
[http://angleseynature.co.uk/Greenly.html Edward Greenly (1861–1951)]. Anglesey Nature
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Obituary - Alexander Henry Green, F.R.S. Mineralogical Magazine. v. 11 p.147. 1897
  
 
== Publications ==
 
== Publications ==
  
[https://envirolib.apps.nerc.ac.uk/olibcgi?infile=authk.glue&style=authk&nh=20&calling_page=hitlist.glu&key=76323 '''61 works listed on the BGS Library catalogue''']
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Memoir: Banbury (1864)
 
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Memoir: Stockport (1866) with E. Hull
Anglesey Memoir 2 vols. (1919)
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Tadcaster (1879) with Aveline, Dakyns, C. Ward, Russell
 
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Memoir: Dewsbury (1871) with Dakyns, C. Ward, Russell
Contributed to Fannich Mountain (1913)
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Memoir: Barnsley (1878)
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Memoir: Wakefield (1879)
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Memoir: North Derbyshire (1869) Le Neve Foster and Dakyns
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Memoir: North Derbyshire 2nd edition (1887) with Strahan
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Memoir: Yorkshire Coalfield (1878) with Russell, Dakyns
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Memoir, part of Yorkshire Coalfield *1869) with Dakyns and C. Ward
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Carboniferous rocks of North of England
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Sub-aerial denudation
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Geology of Donegal
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Geology of Malvern Hills
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Essays upon Scientific Subjects
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Birth and Growth of Worlds
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Manual of Physical Geology
  
 
== BGS archives ==
 
== BGS archives ==
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| Date || 1902 - 1946
 
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== Other archives ==
 
 
[https://archiveshub.jisc.ac.uk/search/?terms=Edward%20greenly List on Archives Hub]
 
 
[https://archiveshub.jisc.ac.uk/search/archives/292ac7ea-8395-33ad-9003-88043ea3f0dc?terms=Edward%20greenly Edward Greenly, Bangor papers]
 
  
 
[[Category:Pioneers of the British Geological Survey]]
 
[[Category:Pioneers of the British Geological Survey]]
 
== Museum cat ==
 
 
An anecdote about the Survey cat from Greenly's 'A Hand through time'.
 
 
Morgan, Nina.  [https://www.geolsoc.org.uk/Geoscientist/Archive/November-2010/Cat-flap Cat flap]
 

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