2017 Talk Field Trip

11 September
Unveiling the secrets of Anglesey's ancient rocks
Huddersfield Geology Group

20 October
Fracking: embrace or reject
Ilkley U3A Environment Forum

3 November
Unveiling the secrets of Anglesey's ancient rocks
GeoLancashire, Clitheroe


List of Publications and Awards

Elected a Fellow of the Geological Society on 8 April 2015.

 

ProceedingsMurphy, P. J., Bottrell, S. H., Parker, K. and Kabrna, P. (2015). Cave and Karst Development in the Craven Basin, UK. Cave and Karst Science, Vol. 42, No.3 pp. 31 - 32. Transactions of the British Cave Research Association.

 

 

 

Donovan, S.K., Kabrna, P. and Donovan, P H. (2014). Salthill Quarry, Clitheroe: a resource being revitalized. Deposits Magazine.

 

Recipient of the Moore Medal 2013 from the Yorkshire Geological Society: “the Moore Medal is awarded not more frequently than biennially as an acknowledgement of services to geology in the north of England.”

Caption: Professor Patrick Boylan making the presentation during the AGM at Woolley Hall, Wakefield on the 7 December 2013.

 

 

 

Carboniferous Geology_Bowland fells to Pendle Hill

Kabrna, P. (ed.) 2011. Carboniferous Geology: Bowland Fells to Pendle Hill.
Published by Craven & Pendle Geological Society on the 24 October 2011: pp.204, £9.50 ISBN: 978-0-9555289-1-0

 

 

 

 

Cargill Knott

Kabrna, P. (2010). Cargill Gilston Knott - mathematician, physicist & seismologist. Biographical Portraits Vol.VII, Part V, 26, pp. 340-353. (Ed. Sir Hugh Cortazzi). Published by the Japan Society. ISBN: 978-1-906876-26-5

 

 

 

 

 

Professor MilneKabrna, P. (2007). John Milne - the man who mapped the shaking earth.
ISBN: 978-0-9555289-0-3. Published by CPGS : pp.135, £6.50

ENI Geological Challenge Award 2007 (runner-up).
A competition is sponsored by the Italian oil company, ENI. The stated aim of the award
is “to recognise the achievements of individuals or groups in the field of conservation, interpretation or field geological education in the UK.”

 

 

 

Ichnos

Donovan, S. K., Lewis, D. N. and Kabrna, P. (2006). A Dense Epizoobiontic Infestation of a Lower Carboniferous Crinoid (Amphoracrinus gilbertsoni Phillips) by Oichnus paraboloides Bromley. Ichnos 13: 1 - 3

 

 

 

 

ProceedingsDonovan, S. K., Lewis, D. N. and Kabrna, P. (2005). An unusual crinoid-coral association from the Lower Carboniferous of Clitheroe, Lancashire. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, 55, Part 4, 301-304

 

 

 

 

Cliviger Valley

Wignall. P. & Kabrna, P. (1994). The Carboniferous (Namurian and Westphalian) of the Cliviger Valley, Todmorden. In Scrutton, C.T. (ed.) Yorkshire Rocks and Landscape, pp. 84-91, Maryport, Ellenbank Press.

 

 

 

 

Kabrna, P. and Learoyd, D. H. (1990). Dinantian rocks of the Craven Basin. North East Lancashire Group of the Geologists’ Association, Vol. 3, Pt. 10, No. 27

Kabrna, P. (1990). Salt subsidence in the Wilkesley Halite west of Sandbach and a visit to Meadowbank Salt Mine. North East Lancashire Group of the Geologists’ Association, Volume 3, Pt. 10, No. 27

Kabrna, P. (1981). The Cheshire Saltfield. North East Lancashire Group of the Geologists’ Association, Vol. 3, Pt. 1, No. 18


Past Talks & Field Trips

Bradford Astronomical Society
16 February, 2015

Dynamic Earth

Brierfield Methodist Monday Group
18 March, 2013

Reading the landscape through the eyes of a Brierfield geologist

18 August 2014
Shale Gas - where are we now?


Bowland Festival AONB
Thursday, 15 March 2012

Discover Bowland through the eys of a geologist

Saturday, 17 March 2012
Discover Bowland through the eys of a geologist: the Slaidburn Anticline

Saturday, 27 April 2013
Discover Bowland through the eys of a geologist: Limestones, mudstones and sandstones of the Bowland Sub-Basin

Saturday, 4 May 2014
Discover Bowland through the eys of a geologist: the Sykes Anticline


Cafe Scientific: Pendle Branch
3 September 2007

John Milne: the man who mapped the shaking earth

8 April, 2013
Unveiling the secrets of Anglesey's ancient rocks


Craven Naturalist & Scientific Association, Skipton
11 February, 2013

Unveiling the secrets of Anglesey's ancient rocks

Friday to Sunday, 21-23 June 2013
Late Precambrian - Cambrian geology of Anglesey

24 March, 2014
Shale Gas - where are we now!

19 June 2016
Geology of the Cliviger Valley

7 July 2016
Skipton U3A Summer School.
Geology of the Yorkshire Dales (southern region).


East Midlands OU Geology Group
Friday to Sunday, 4 -6 November 2016
From Shelf to Basin: Carboniferous rocks between Malham and Skipton


Huddersfield Geology Group
Monday, 11 September, 2017
Unveiling the secrets of Anglesey's ancient rocks

Sunday, 15 March 2009
Pendle Grit Formation and Clitheroe Limestone Complex of the Craven Basin
with Phil Robinson, Huddersfield Geology Group

Saturday, 19 October 2013
Salthill Quarry Geology Trail, Clitheroe, Lancashire

Sunday, 22 November 2015
Carboniferous rocks and fossil: Bell Busk to Settle.


Keighley Astronomy Society
24 April, 2013

Dynamic Earth

26 February, 2014
Impacts in the geological past with reference to mass extinctions


Liverpool Geological Society
Saturday, 7 June 2008

Carboniferous geology of the Pendle Hill area - with Ian Kane Ph.D.


Leeds Geological Association
Saturday, 7 July 2007

The early Carboniferous geology of the Pendle Hill.


HOGG & Engineering Groups, Geological Society, London
17 November, 2010

John Milne 'Father of Modern Seismology' - his life and work

HOGG Open Meeting, Geological Society, London
20 March, 2012

John Milne (1850-1913): Father of Modern Seismology


24th International Congress of History of Science, Technology and Medicine, Manchester 2013
22 - 29 July

John Milne documentary
Special session organiser: William Twycross | Independent scholar, Australia
Wed 24 July, late morning until late morning
With contributions from:
William Twycross | Independent scholar, Australia
Patrick Nott | Retired, United Kingdom
Paul Kabrna | Craven and Pendle Geological Society, United Kingdom

27 July, 2013
John Milne, ‘Father of Modern Seismology’: his geological and anthropological field work from 1871 to 1886. Symposium S113, Geologists in the field: In Session F: Landscapes and meaning.


Nelson Naturalists
20 March, 2013

Unveiling the secrets of Anglesey's ancient rocks
.


Oldham Geological Society
Saturday, 23 September 2006

Early Carboniferous geology of Pendle Hill.


Open University: Yorkshire branch
Saturday, 12 July 2014

Geology of the Cliviger Valley.

27 August 2016
Limestone and sandstone around Pendle Hill.


Open University: NW branch
Saturday, 19 March 2016
Carboniferous rocks and fossils: Bell Busk to Settle
.


Rainhall Centre
28 February, 2013

John Milne - the man who mapped the shaking earth
.


Westmorland Geological Society
Sunday, 15 July 2007

Malham
with Jon Barber Ph.D., University of Leeds

Sunday, 27 September 2008
Dunsop Bridge: Windows into the Mississippian
with Jon Barber Ph.D., University of Leeds

Sunday, 9 August, 2015
Carboniferous limestones and sandstones of the Pendle Hill area.


WEA, Colne branch
7 October, 2014
Unveiling the secrets of tropical Pendle during the Carboniferous Period
.

28 April, 2015
Shale Gas - embrace or reject
.


Wharfedale Naturalists, Ilkley
26 November, 2013

Unveiling the secrets of Anglesey's ancient rocks


U3A (Geology Group), Ilkley
3 March & 17 March
, 2014
Ingleton
Ingleton Waterfalls

9 November 2015

Isle of Bute, Scotland.

Monday, 23 November 2015
Carboniferous rocks and fossils: Bell Busk to Settle.


U3A (Science & Technology Group), Ilkley
4 November
, 2014
Shale Gas - embrace or reject


U3A (Environment Forum), Ilkley
20 October,
2017
Shale Gas - embrace or reject


Yorkshire Geological Society
19 August,
2017
Carboniferous geology in the Forest of Bowland
Leaders: Paul Kabrna, Ian Kane, and Nick Riley


Yorkshire Mid-Week Geology Group
6 August, 2014

Geology around Pendle Hill

Tuesday, 20 October 2015
Geology of the Cliviger Valley

17 August 2016
Bellbusk to Lothersdale - contrasting limestones of the Craven Basin.