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Dr Patrick Wyse Jackson

Associate Professor

Email: wysjcknp@tcd.ie
Tel: + 353 1 896 1477 
Office: Museum Building, Office 0.11

Research

Research

My research continues to focused on three areas: (1) Bryozoology; (2) Use of building materials in Ireland; (3) History of geological studies in Ireland.

(1) I am most interested in the systematics, taxonomy and paleobiology of Paleozoic bryozoans as well as the relationship between their skeletal structure and the biological functions of such elements. Recent studies have examined the relationship between epibiontic bryozoans and cephalopods, and boring organisms associated with bryozoan hosts. Currently research is focussed on the Bryozoan Skeletal Index (BSI) and addressing various questions pertaining to Paleozoic ocean chemistry, nutrients and skeletal structures that affected Paleozoic bryozoans. Revision of the Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology (Order Fenestrata) is ongoing.

(2) I have long-term research expertise on the use of building and decorative stone, and my books include The Building Stones of Dublin (1993; 2nd edition, in press) and the co-edited volumes The Geology of Ireland: county by county (2009), and Making Victorian Dublin (2019). The latter documented the geology, architecture and use over time of the seminal Museum Building in Trinity College Dublin that dates from 1857 (https://makingvictoriandublin.com). I have published academic papers and book chapters on Irish dimension and decorative stone in national and international journals, and recently advocated for the adoption of two important Irish stone types, Connemara Marble and Valentia Slate as Global Heritage Stone Resources, a designation accorded by the International Union of Geological Sciences. I teach and contribute to post-graduate university courses and lectures to NGOs and have lectured at international conferences on stone and its use. Currently I am the Principal Investigator of the project Stonebuilt Ireland (2018-2022) which is mapping and documenting historic and current stone use in the built environment across Ireland (https://stonebuiltireland.com). Sponsored by the Irish Research Council, the Geological Survey Ireland, and the Office of Public Works, this has contributed to the EuroLithos project and will lead to the development of a web-based interactive database of Irish quarry, stone and building and architectural records that will aid future conservation and further research on the built environment.

(3) I am interested in the history of geology and science, particularly in biographical aspects of Irish scientists. A long-term project is an in-depth assessment of the life and work of the geophysicist John Joly (1857–1933). I am a member of the International Commission on the History of the Geological Sciences (INHIGEO).

Teaching

Junior Freshman
GSU11002 Introduction to Geology (Palaeontological portion)

Senior Freshman
GLU22007 The history and evolution of life on Earth
GSU22004 Senior Fresh Field Course

Senior Sophister
GSU44001 Geoscience Capstone Project supervision
GSU44003 Geoscience Frontiers: Past, Present and Future (History of Geosciences element)
GSU44005 Advanced Palaeontology

Geological Museum and outreach

As Curator of the Geological Museum I am responsible for a significant collection of rocks, minerals and fossils which have been assembled over several centuries. The Geological Museum is currently located in Unit 24 in TTEC and its collections are used for research and a selection are on display. The Museum is opened for various events including Culture Night and Heritage Week or by appointment. Further details are available at the links Geology Museum and Trinity Geology Museum.

Publications

Copies as pdfs of some publications may be available from the author (please email) or from ResearchGate (www.researchgate.net/profile/Patrick-Wyse-Jackson).

1. Bryozoa, palaeontological and geological topics

Books and edited special journal issues

P.N. Wyse Jackson and K. Zágoršek (2020) (eds) Bryozoan Studies 2019. Prague, Czech Geological Survey, pp. 206.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2019) Introducing Palaeontology: a guide to ancient life. 2nd edition. Dunedin Academic Press, Edinburgh, pp. viii+154.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.E. Spencer Jones (eds) (2018) Annals of Bryozoology 6: aspects of the history of research on bryozoans. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association, viii+208 pp.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.E. Spencer Jones (eds) (2015) Annals of Bryozoology 5: aspects of the history of research on bryozoans. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association, pp. 138.
A. Rosso, P.N. Wyse Jackson and J.S. Porter (eds) (2014) Bryozoan Studies 2013. Studi Trentini di Scienze Naturali 94.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2012) Paläontologie für Neugierige: Was Sie schon immer über Fossilien, Erdgeschichte und Evolution wissen wollten. Primus Verlag, Darmstadt, 96 pp. 

P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.E. Spencer Jones (eds) (2014)  Annals of Bryozoology 4: aspects of the history of research on bryozoans. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association, pp. viii+265.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.E. Spencer Jones (eds) (2011) Annals of Bryozoology 3: aspects of the history of research on bryozoans. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association, pp. viii+226.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2009) Introducing Palaeontology: a guide to ancient life. 1st edition (reprinted 2012, 2015, 2017) Dunedin Academic Press, Edinburgh, pp. vii+152.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, M.A. Parkes and M. Simms (2009) Geology of Ireland: county by county. Geoschol Books, Dublin, pp. 144.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.E. Spencer Jones (eds) (2008) Annals of Bryozoology 2: aspects of the history of research on bryozoans. International Bryozoology Association: Dublin, pp. viii+442.

H.I. Moyano G., J.M. Cancino and P.N. Wyse Jackson (eds) (2005) Bryozoan Studies 2004: Proceedings of the 13th International Bryozoology Association conference, Conception, Chile. A.A. Balkema: Lisse, Abingdon, Exton (PA), Tokyo, pp. x+411.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and A. Murphy(2005) Fossils: colouring and guide book. Sherkin Island Marine Station, Sherkin Island, Cork, pp. 32.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.E. Spencer Jones (eds) (2002) Annals of Bryozoology: aspects of the history of research on bryozoans.  International Bryozoology Association: Dublin, pp. viii+382.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, C.J. Buttler and M.E. Spencer Jones (eds) (2002) Bryozoan Studies 2001: Proceedings of the 12th International Bryozoology Association conference, Dublin. A.A. Balkema: Lisse, Abingdon, Exton (PA), Tokyo, pp. xii+409.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, M.A. Parkes and R.A. Wood (eds) (2002) Studies in Palaeozoic palaeontology and biostratigraphy in honour of C.H. Holland. Special Papers in Palaeontology 67, Palaeontology Association, pp. 260.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1994) The geology of Kerry. Department of Geology, Trinity College, Dublin, Kerry County Museum, Tralee and ENFO, Dublin, pp. 32.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, J.S. Stone, M.A. Parkes, and I.S. Sanders (1993) Field guide to the geology of some localities in County Dublin’, Department of Geology, Trinity College, Dublin and ENFO, Dublin, pp. 41.

Articles and book chapters

A. Ó Gogáin and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2021) Microcomputed tomography of the holotype of the early tetrapod Ichthyerpeton bradleyae (Huxley in Wright and Huxley, 1866) from the Pennsylvanian of Ireland. Journal of Paleontology 95, 1048–1060.

M.M. Key, Jr., P.N. Wyse Jackson and C.M. Reid. 2021. Trepostome bryozoans buck the trend and ignore calcite-aragonite seas. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments (https://doi.org/10.1007/s12549-021-00507-x)

S. González-Mora, P.N. Wyse Jackson, A.J. Bancroft and F. Sour-Tovar (2020) Palaeocorynid-type structures in fenestellid Bryozoa from the Carboniferous of Oaxaca, Mexico. In P.N. Wyse Jackson and K. Zágoršek (eds) Bryozoan Studies 2019. Prague, Czech Geological Survey, pp. 35–42.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, M.M. Key, Jr. and C.M. Reid (2020) Bryozoan Skeletal Index (BSI): a measure of the degree of calcification in stenolaemate bryozoans. In P.N. Wyse Jackson and K. Zágoršek (eds) Bryozoan Studies 2019. Prague, Czech Geological Survey, pp. 193–206.

Z. Tolokonnikova, P. Fedorov and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2020) Bryozoan fuana from the Mississippian of the Akuyuk section, southern Kazakhstan. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie Abhandlungen 295/5, 159–168.

A. Ernst, M. Kora, H. El-Desouky, H.-G. Herbig, and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2020) Stenolaemate bryozoans from the Carboniferous of Egypt. Journal of African Earth Sciences 165, 1–21.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, M. Parkes and J. Murray (2019) A special compilation of papers on the Quaternary of Ireland published in the Irish Journal of Earth Sciences, Introduction. Irish Journal of Earth Sciences

T.E. Yancey, P.N. Wyse Jackson, B.S. and R.J. Gottfried (2019) Evactinoporidae, a new family of Cystoporata (Bryozoa) from the Mississippian of North America: growth and functional morphology. Journal of Paleontology 93(6), 1058-1074.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.M. Key, jr. 2019. Epizoan and endoskeletozoan distribution across reassembled ramose stenolaemate bryozoan zoaria from the Upper Ordovician (Katian) of the Cincinnati Arch region, USA. Australasian Palaeontological Memoirs 52, 169–178.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and N.D.L. Clark (2018) Young2: the palaeobryozoological work of John Young and John Young of Glasgow, pp. 191–208. In P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.E. Spencer Jones (eds) Annals of Bryozoology 6: aspects of the history of research on bryozoans. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association, viii+208 pp.

J.L. Suárez Andrés and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2018) First report of a Palaeozoic fenestrate bryozoan with an articulated growth habit. Journal of Iberian Geology 44, 273–283.

S. González-Mora, P.N. Wyse Jackson, M.A. Torres-Martínez, B. E. Buitrón-Sánchez, R. Barragán and F. Sour-Tovar(2018) Hederella carbonaria Condra and Elias, 1944 from the Roadian (Middle Permian) of Mexico. Bulletin of Geosciences 93(4), 457–461.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, A. Ernst and J.L. Suárez Andrés (2017) Articulation in the Family Rhabdomesidae (Cryptostomata: Bryozoa) from the Mississippian of Ireland.  Irish Journal of Earth Sciences 35, 35–44.

J.L. Suárez Andrés and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2017) Fenestrate Bryozoa of the Moniello Formation (Lower–Middle Devonian, NW Spain). Bulletin of Geosciences 92(2), 153–183.

M.M. Key Jr., P.N. Wyse Jackson and S.H. Felton (2016) Intracolony variation in zoarial morphology in reassembled fossil ramose stenolaemate bryozoans from the Upper Ordovician (Katian) of the Cincinnati Arch region, USA. Journal of Paleontology 90(3), 400–412.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2016) The state of bryozoan taxonomy; or bryozoan taxonomists 1961 and 2015. International Bryozoology Association Bulletin 12(1): 1-2.

J.-L. d'Hondt, C. Bange, P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.E. Spencer Jones (2015) Biographical Index to the Bryozoologists, pp. 1–138. In P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.E. Spencer Jones (eds) Annals of Bryozoology 5: aspects of the history of research on bryozoans. International Bryozoology Association, Dublin.

F.K. McKinney and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2015) Part G, Revised, Volume 2, Chapter 8A: Order Fenestrata: Morphology and Growth. Treatise Online 66, 1–91, 54 fig.

A. Ernst,  P.N. Wyse Jackson and M. Aretz (2015) Bryozoan fauna from the Mississippian (Visean) of Roque Redonde (Montagne Noire, southern France). Geodiversitas 37(2), 151-213.

J.L. Suárez Andrés and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2015) Feeding currents: a limiting factor for disparity of Palaeozoic fenestrate bryozoans. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 433, 219-232.

F.K. McKinney and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2015) Part G, Revised, Volume 2, Chapter 8H: Names of indeterminate, unrecognizable, or excluded genera previously assigned to Fenestrata. Treatise Online 64, 1–5.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and C.J. Buttler (2015) Part G, Revised, Volume 2, Chapter 3: Preparation, imaging, and conservation of Paleozoic bryozoans for study. Treatise Online 63:1–15, fig. 1.

A. Ernst, Z. Tolokonnikova and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2015) Stratigraphic relevance and typification of the Mississippian fenestrate bryozoan Narynella narynica (Nikiforova, 1933). Paläontologische Zeitschrift 89, 645-651.

Z. Tolokonnikova, A. Ernst and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2014) Palaeobiogeography and diversification of Tournaisian–Viséan bryozoans (lower–middle Mississippian, Carboniferous) from Eurasia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 414, 200-211.

J.L. Suárez Andrés and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2014) Ernstipora mackinneyi, a new unique fenestrate bryozoan genus and species with an encrusting growth habit from the Emsian (Devonian) of NW Spain. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie Abhandlungen271: 229-242.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.M. Key, Jr. (2014) Epizoic bryozoans on cephalopods through the Phanerozoic: a review. In A. Rosso, P.N. Wyse Jackson and J.S. Porter (eds). Bryozoan Studies 2013. Studi Trentini di Scienze Naturali 94, 283-291.

M.M. Key, Jr. and P.N. Wyse Jackson, L.W. Falvey and B.J. Roth (2014) Use of fossil bryozoans in sourcing lithic artifacts, Geoarchaeology 29, 397-409.

M.M. Key, Jr. and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2014) Bryozoans as provenance indicators of building stones. In A. Rosso, P.N. Wyse Jackson and J.S. Porter (eds). Bryozoan Studies 2013. Studi Trentini di Scienze Naturali 94, 131-138.

J.L. Suárez Andrés, P.N. Wyse Jackson and C. Sendino (2014) First record of a Palaeozoic fenestrate with a secondary zooid-bearing meshwork. In A. Rosso, P.N. Wyse Jackson and J.S. Porter (eds). Bryozoan Studies 2013. Studi Trentini di Scienze Naturali 94, 241-247.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, M.M. Key, Jr. and S.P. Coakley (2014) Epizoozoan trepostome bryozoans on nautiloids from the Upper Ordovician (Katian) of the Cincinnati Arch Region, U.S.A.: an assessment of growth, form and water flow dynamics. Journal of Paleontology 88 (3), 475-487.

C.J. Buttler, P.N. Wyse Jackson, A. Ernst and F.K. McKinney (2013) A review of the early Palaeozoic biogeography of bryozoans. In Harper, D.A.T. and Servais, T. (eds). Early Palaeozoic Biogeography and Palaeogeography. Geological Society, London, Memoirs38, 145–155.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and F.K. McKinney (2013) A micro-computed tomography and Scanning Electron Microscopy investigation of the structure of Polyfenestella Bancroft, 1986 (Bryozoa: Fenestrata) from the Mississippian of Scotland: revealing the nature of its heteromorphs. Irish Journal of Earth Sciences 31, 19-24.

T.G. Gautier, P.N. Wyse Jackson and F.K. McKinney (2013). Adlatipora, a distinctive new acanthocladiid bryozoan from the Permian of the Glass Mountains, Texas, U.S.A., and its bearing on fenestrate astogeny and growth. Journal of Paleontology 87(3), 444-455.

A. Kelso and  P.N. Wyse Jackson (2012). Invasive bryozoans in Ireland: first record of Watersipora subtorquata (d'Orbigny, 1852) and an extension of the range of Tricellaria inopinata d’Hondt and Occhipinti Ambrogi, 1985. BioInvasions Records 1 (3), 209­–214.

A. Ernst, P.D. Taylor, J. Bohatý and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2012) Homeomorphy in Lunostoma, a new Middle Devonian cryptostome bryozoan.  Palaontologische Zeischrift 86, 135-145.

S.J. Hageman, P.N. Wyse Jackson, A.R. Abernethy and M. Steinthorsdottir (2011). Calendar scale, environmental variation preserved in the skeletal phenotype of a fossil bryozoan (Rhombopora blakei n. sp.), from the Mississippian of Ireland. Journal of Paleontology85(5), 853–870.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, C.M. Reid and F.K. McKinney (2011) The status of Protoretepora de Koninck, 1878 (Fenestrata: Bryozoa), and description of P. crockfordae sp. nov. and P. wassi sp. nov. from the Permian of Australia. Alcheringa 1-14.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2011) Rediscovery of a type specimen of Retepora pluma Phillips, 1836, the type species ofPennireteporad'Orbigny, 1849 (Fenestrata, Bryozoa) and replacement of its neotype, Irish Journal of Earth Sciences29, 15-18.

M.M. Key, Jr., P.N. Wyse Jackson and L.J. Vitiello (2011) Stream channel network analysis applied to colony-wide feeding structures in a Permian bryozoan from Greenland. Paleobiology 37 (2), 287–302.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, F.K. McKinney and A. Ernst (2010) Retepora undata M'Coy, 1844, type species of PhylloporellaFrederiks, 1916, a junior synonym of Chainodictyon Foerste, 1877: a phylloporinid bryozoan from the Mississippian of Ireland redescribed. Irish Journal of Earth Sciences 28, 53–60.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, A. Ernst and F.K. McKinney (2010) Cyclozooecia in fenestrate bryozoans: a taxonomic conundrum.Terra Nostra2010/4, 24.

F.K. McKinney and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2010) Phylloporina Ulrich in Foerste, 1887 (Bryozoa, Fenestrata, Phylloporinina): proposed designation of Retepora trentonensis Nicholson, 1875 as type species to replace Retepora angulata Hall, 1852 as applied by Foerste, 1887. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 67(1), 38-43.

F.K. McKinney and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2010) The Tangled Core at the Heart of the bryozoan Suborder Phylloporinina,Palaeontology53(2), 441-456.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, E. Cross and R. Swift (2009) Ptilofenestella, a distinctive rare fenestrate bryozoan from the Mississippian of Ireland: new records and an extension of its geological range. Irish Naturalists' Journal 30(1), 76-77.

G.D. Sevastopulo and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2009) Chapter 10. Carboniferous (Dinantian), pp. 241-288. In Holland, C.H. and Sanders, I.S. (eds). The Geology of Ireland.  (2nd edition). Dunedin Academic Press, Edinburgh.

C.J. Buttler, P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.M. Key, Jr. (2008) Bryozoa from the Ordovician (Caradoc) of Courtown, County Wexford, Ireland. In S.J. Hageman, M.M. Key Jr. and J.W. Winston, Bryozoan Studies 2007: Proceedings of the 14th International Bryozoology Association conference, Boone, North Carolina, Martinsville, Virginia, Virginia Museum of Natural History Special Publication Number 15, 9–18.

M.M. Key, Jr., P.N. Wyse Jackson, K.E. Miller and W.P. Patterson (2008) A stable isotopic test for the origin of fossil brown bodies in trepostome bryozoans from the Ordovician of Estonia. In S.J. Hageman, M.M. Key Jr. and J.E. Winston (eds),Bryozoan Studies 2007: Proceedings of the 14th International Bryozoology Association conference, Boone, North Carolina, Martinsville, Virginia, Virginia Museum of Natural History Special Publication Number 15, 75–84.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2008) David Dale Owen (1807-1860) and the naming of Archimedes, the first described fenestrate bryozoan, a complex fossil with important stratigraphic and economic implications. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Geological Society of America North-Central Section meeting, Evansville, IN, April 2008, 40(5), 23.

E.H. Gilmour, A. Yarinpil and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2008) The Russian schools of paleobryozoology, 51–58. In Wyse Jackson, P.N. and Spencer Jones, M.E. (eds) Annals of Bryozoology 2: aspects of the history of research on bryozoans. International Bryozoology Association: Dublin.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2008) A book from the collection of John Ellis (c. 1710–1776), naturalist, now in the library of Isaac Norris held in Dickinson College, Pennsylvania, USA, 427–434. In Wyse Jackson, P.N. and Spencer Jones, M.E. (eds) Annals of Bryozoology 2: aspects of the history of research on bryozoans. International Bryozoology Association: Dublin.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2008) William Lonsdale and the first thin-section of a fossil bryozoan, 435–442. In Wyse Jackson, P.N. and Spencer Jones, M.E. (eds) Annals of Bryozoology 2: aspects of the history of research on bryozoans. International Bryozoology Association: Dublin.

D.M. Cleary and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2007) Stenophragmidium Bassler, 1952 (Trepostomida: Bryozoa) from the Mississippian of Ireland and Britain. Irish Journal of Earth Sciences 25, 1–25.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.M. Key, Jr. (2007) Borings in trepostome bryozoans from the Ordovician of Estonia: two ichnogenera produced by single maker, a case of host morphology control. Lethaia 40, 237-252.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2007) Bryozoans: notable inhabitants of Irish coastal waters. Sherkin Comment, 43, 11.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, A. Ernst and D.V. Lisitsyn(2006) Thamniscus King, 1849 (Fenestellida: Bryozoa): William King’s original specimens and their bearing on the genus concept. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 2006(1), 72–74 (English translation: Paleontological Journal 40(1), 75–78.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, F.K. McKinney and A.J. Bancroft (2006) Fenestrate bryozoan genera based on species from Ireland originally described by Frederick M‘Coy in 1844. Palaeontology 49(4), 741–767.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2006) Bryozoa from Waulsortian buildups and their lateral facies (Mississippian, Carboniferous) in Belgium and Ireland. Contributions to Bryozoology: a tribute to Ehrhard Voigt (1905-2004). J. Scholz, P. D. Taylor and N. Vávra. Senckenberg, Courier Forschungsinstitut 257, 149–160.

H.M. Weber and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2006) Bryozoen. In Amler, M.R.W. and Stoppel, D. (eds). Deutsche Stratigraphische Kommission (Hrsg.): Stratigraphie von Deutschland VI. Unterkabon (Mississippian). Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Gellschaft für Geowissenschaften 41S, 101–105.

M.M. Key, Jr., P.N. Wyse Jackson, E. Håkansson, W.P. Patterson and M.D. Moore (2005) Gigantism in Permian trepostomes from Greenland: testing the algal symbiosis hypothesis using d13C and d18O values. In Moyano G., H.I., Cancino, J.M., Wyse Jackson, P.N. (eds) Bryozoan Studies 2004: Proceedings of the 13th International Bryozoology Association conference, Conception, Chile. A.A. Balkema: Lisse, Abingdon, Exton (PA), Tokyo, pp. 141-151.

H.M. Weber and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2005) A bryozoan fauna from the Carboniferous (Mississippian, Late Viséan) of the Velbert Anticline, Germany. In Moyano G., H.I., Cancino, J.M., Wyse Jackson, P.N. (eds) Bryozoan Studies 2004: Proceedings of the 13th International Bryozoology Association conference, Conception, Chile. A.A. Balkema: Lisse, Abingdon, Exton (PA), Tokyo, pp. 375-381.

M.M. Key, Jr., P.N. Wyse Jackson, W.P. Patterson and M.D. Moore (2005) Stable isotope evidence for diagenesis of the Ordovician Courtown and Tramore Limestones, southeast Ireland. Irish Journal of Earth Sciences 23, 25–38.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, C.J. Buttler and T. Sharpe 2003. Bryozoans and corsetry: the palaeontological work of George Robert Vine (1825–1893) of Sheffield. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association 114, 339–344.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and D.G. Rai (2003) Bryozoan settlement in borings of the Common Piddock (Pholas dactylus) from the east coast of Ireland. Boletin de la Sociedad de Biologia de Concepcion 74, 130.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, C.J. Buttler and M.M. Key, Jr. (2002) Comments on the proposed conservation of the specific names of Dianulites petropolitana Dybowski, 1877 and Diplotrypa petropolitana Nicholson, 1879 (Bryozoa). Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 59(1), 42-44.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, C.J. Buttler and M.M. Key, Jr. (2002) Palaeoenvironmental interpretation of the Tramore Limestone Formation (Llandeilo, Ordovician) based on bryozoan colony form, 359-366. In Wyse Jackson, P.N., Buttler, C.J. and Spencer Jones, M.E. (eds) Bryozoan Studies 2001: Proceedings of the 12th International Bryozoology Association conference, Dublin. A.A. Balkema: Lisse, Abingdon, Exton (PA), Tokyo, pp. xii+409.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2002) Author index to the conference volumes (1-12) of the International Bryozoology Association (1969-2002), 379-394. In Wyse Jackson, P.N., Buttler, C.J. and Spencer Jones, M.E. (eds) Bryozoan Studies 2001: Proceedings of the 12th International Bryozoology Association conference, Dublin. A.A. Balkema: Lisse, Abingdon, Exton (PA), Tokyo, pp. xii+409.

G.D. Sevastopulo, P.N. Wyse Jackson and R.J. Prokop (2002) Functional morphology of Pygmaeocrinus (Disparida; Crinoidea). In P.N. Wyse Jackson, M.A. Parkes and R.A. Wood (eds) Studies in Palaeozoic palaeontology and biostratigraphy in honour of C.H. Holland. Special Papers in Palaeontology 67, 251-260.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2002) Permofenestella Morozova, 1974 (Fenestrata, Bryozoa): first record from the Lower Carboniferous of Ireland and western Europe. Irish Naturalists’ Journal 26(11), 420-423.

C.J. Buttler, P.N. Wyse Jackson and T. Sharpe (2002) George Robert Vine (1825–1893): stay maker, bryozoologist and fossil dealer, 1-29. In Wyse Jackson, P.N. and Spencer Jones, M.E. (eds) Annals of Bryozoology: aspects of the history of research on bryozoans. International Bryozoology Association: Dublin.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.E. Spencer Jones (2002) From Rondelet to Stockholm: four centuries of bryozoological research, 363-381. In Wyse Jackson, P.N. and Spencer Jones, M.E. (eds) Annals of Bryozoology: aspects of the history of research on bryozoans.  International Bryozoology Association: Dublin.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and M. Connolly (2002) Fossils as Neolithic funereal adornments in County Kerry, southwest Ireland. Geology Today 18(4), 139-143.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, C.J. Buttler and M.M. Key, Jr. (2001) Case 3160 - Dianulites petropolitana Dybowski, 1877 and Diplotrypa petropolitana Nicholson, 1879 (Trepostomata, Bryozoa): proposed conservation of the specific names. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 58(3), 215-219.

G.D. Sevastopulo and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2001) Chapter 10. Carboniferous (Dinantian), pp. 241-288. In Holland, C.H. (ed.). The Geology of Ireland.  Dunedin Academic Press, Edinburgh.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, J.R. Nudds and B. Higgs (2000) Phanerotinus cristatus (Phillips, 1836): a giant flanged gastropod from the Lower Carboniferous of Ireland. Irish Journal of Earth Sciences 18, 113-122.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2000) Rhombocladia dichotoma (M‘Coy, 1844) [Fenestrata, Bryozoa]: designation of a lectotype. Bulletin of the Natural History Museum (Geology Series) 56, 133-134.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, P.D. Taylor and J.W. Tilsley (1999) The 'Balladoole Coral' re-interpreted as the unusual cystoporate bryozoan Meekoporella Moore and Dudley, 1944 from the Lower Carboniferous of the British Isles.  Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 52, 257-268.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1998) Geology, pp. 16-22; 101-108. In Doogue, D., Nash, D., Parnell, J.A.N., Reynolds, S. and Wyse Jackson, P.S. (eds).  Flora of County Dublin.  Dublin Naturalists’ Field Club, Dublin.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1998) Soils, pp. 24-26; 101-108. In Doogue, D., Nash, D., Parnell, J.A.N., Reynolds, S. and Wyse Jackson, P.S. (eds).  Flora of County Dublin.  Dublin Naturalists’ Field Club, Dublin.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.E. Spencer Jones (1996) W.H. Harvey’s bryozoans from Australia (1854-1856), in Gordon, D.P., Smith, A.M. and Grant-Mackie, J. Bryozoans in Space and Time, 401-412.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1996) Bryozoa from the Lower Carboniferous (Viséan) of County Fermanagh, Ireland. Bulletin of the Natural History Museum, London (Geology) 52, 119-171.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and A.J. Bancroft (1995) Generic revision of the cryptostome bryozoan Rhabdomeson Young and Young, 1874, with descriptions of two species from the Lower Carboniferous of the British Isles. Journal of Paleontology 69, 28-45.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and N.T. Monaghan (1995) Transfer of the Huxley and Wright (1867) Carboniferous amphibian and fish material to Trinity College, Dublin from the National Museum of Ireland’, Journal of Paleontology 69, 602-603.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and A.J. Bancroft (1995) Rhabdomeson Young and Young, 1874 (Bryozoa): proposed designation of Rhabdomeson progracile Wyse Jackson and Bancroft, 1995 as the type species. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 52(2), 162-163.

A.J. Bancroft and P.N. Wyse Jackson (1995) Revision of the Carboniferous cystoporate bryozoan Fistulipora incrustans (Phillips, 1836), with remarks on the type species of Fistulipora M‘Coy, 1849. Geological Journal 30, 129-143.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and A.J. Bancroft (1994) Possible opercular structures in the fenestrate bryozoan Thamniscus from the Upper Carboniferous of northern England. In Hayward, P.J., Ryland, J.S. and Taylor, P.D. (eds) Biology and Palaeobiology of Bryozoans. Olsen and Olsen, Fredensborg, Denmark, 215-218.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and C.J. Buttler (1994) Fossil bryozoan localities in Ireland. In Hayward, P.J., Ryland, J.S. and Taylor, P.D. (eds) Biology and Palaeobiology of Bryozoans. Olsen and Olsen, Fredensborg, Denmark, 219-222.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1993) Excursion 5: Blackrock; Excursion 6: Killiney; Excursion 7: Ballycorus and Carrickgollogan. In P.N. Wyse Jackson, J.S. Stone, M.A. Parkes, and I.S. Sanders, Field guide to the geology of some localities in County Dublin, Department of Geology, Trinity College, Dublin and ENFO, Dublin, 28-30; 31-35; 36-39.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1993) Ascopora Trautschold, 1876 (Bryozoa, Cryptostomata): proposed designation of Ceriopora nodosa Fischer de Waldheim, 1837 as the type species. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 50, 13-15.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, A.J. Bancroft and I.D. Somerville (1991) Bryozoan zonation in a trepostome-dominated buildup from the Lower Carboniferous of North Wales. In F.P. Bigey (ed.) Bryozoaires actuels et fossiles: Bryozoa living and fossil. Bulletin de la Société des Sciences Naturelles de l’Ouest de la France.  Mémoire HS 1, 551-559.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1991) Distribution of Irish Marine Bryozoa, together with biographical notes relating to the chief researchers in the group. Bulletin Irish Biogeographical Society 14(2), 129-184.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and A.G. Sleeman (1990) Return of Type, Figured, Referred and other fossils from the geological collections of Trinity College Dublin to the Geological Survey of Ireland. Geological Survey of Ireland Bulletin 4(3), 221-222.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1988) New fenestrate Bryozoa from the Carboniferous of County Fermanagh. Irish Journal of Earth Sciences 9, 197-208.

2. Building materials and architectural use in Ireland

Books

P.N. Wyse Jackson and L.M. Caulfield (in press) The Building and Decorative Stone of Dublin: a walking guide. (2nd edition). Geological Survey Ireland, Dublin.

C. Casey and P.N. Wyse Jackson (eds) 2019. The Museum Building of Trinity College Dublin: Setting the standard in design, materials and craftsmanship. Dublin, Four Courts Press, pp. xi+386.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, M.A. Parkes and M.J. Simms 2010. Geology of Ireland: county by county. Geoschol Books, Dublin, pp. 144.

P.N. Wyse Jackson 1993. The Building Stones of Dublin - a walking guide. Country House, Dublin, pp. 67.

Articles, book chapters and reports

P.N. Wyse Jackson and L.M. Caulfield (in press) The rough and the smooth: stone use and the texturization of Dublin 1720–1760. In C. Casey and M. Hayes (eds) The crafted surface in architecture, Britain and Ireland 1660-1760. UCL Press.

Patrick N. Wyse Jackson, L.M. Caulfield, A. Forde, I. Conlon and P. Cox (in press) Valentia Slate, Co. Kerry, Ireland: a Global Heritage Stone Resource proposal. Geoheritage.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2021) Geology and Setting, pp. 63–69. In M. Connolly (ed.) Stone, Bone and Belonging: Killaclohane Portal Tombs, near Milltown, Co. Kerry. Tralee: Kerry County Council.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, L. Caulfield, M. Feely, A. Joyce jr and M.A. Parkes 2019 Connemara Marble, Galway, Ireland: a Global Heritage Stone Resource proposal. Geological Society of London Special Publications.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and P.S. Wyse Jackson 2019 Naturalistic and nationalistic carvings of the the Museum Building, Trinity College, Dublin. In Christine Casey and Patrick N. Wyse Jackson (eds), The Museum Building of Trinity College Dublin: Setting the standard in design, materials and craftsmanship. Dublin, Four Courts Press, pp. 216–251.

P.N. Wyse Jackson 2019 Vertical and Horizontal: evolving changes in the design, settings, and utilisation of the Museum Building 1853–2018. In Christine Casey and Patrick N. Wyse Jackson (eds), The Museum Building of Trinity College Dublin: Setting the standard in design, materials and craftsmanship. Dublin, Four Courts Press, pp. 304–341.

L. Caulfield and P.N. Wyse Jackson 2019 Appendix 1: Descriptions of stone types used in the Museum Building. In Christine Casey and Patrick N. Wyse Jackson (eds), The Museum Building of Trinity College Dublin: a model of Victorian craftsmanship. Dublin, Four Courts Press, pp. 359–371.

S.K. Donovan and P.N. Wyse Jackson 2018. Well-preserved fenestrate bryozoans in Mississippian building stones, Utrecht, the Netherlands. Swiss Journal of Paleontology 137, 99–102.

P.N. Wyse Jackson 2017. Irish 'Rock Stars': George Wilkinson (1814–1890). Earth Science Ireland 22, 7.

P.N. Wyse Jackson 2017 The geological trail at Rochdale Public Cemetery. Earth Science Ireland 21, 5.

P.N. Wyse Jackson 2015. Kalksteen uit Ierland. Bouwen met Natuursteen [Limestone from Ireland. Building with Stone]. GEA Magazine, Stichting Geologische Aktiviteiten, 48(4), 23-29.

M.M. Key, Jr., P.N. Wyse Jackson, L.W. Falvey and B.J. Roth 2014. Use of fossil bryozoans in sourcing lithic artifacts, Geoarchaeology 29, 397-409.

M.M. Key, Jr. and P.N. Wyse Jackson 2014. Bryozoans as provenance indicators of building stones. In A. Rosso, P.N. Wyse Jackson and J.S. Porter (eds). Bryozoan Studies 2013. Studi Trentini di Scienze Naturali 94,131-138.

T. Hand and P.N. Wyse Jackson 2014. Stone types and production, pp. 57-59. In: Loeber, R., Campbell, H., Hurley, L., Montague, J. and Rowley, E. (eds) Art and Architecture in Ireland. Volume 4: Architecture 1600-2000. Yale University Press and Royal Irish Academy, 2014

P.N. Wyse Jackson 2004. Guide to some rock types and other materials used in pavements in central Dublin. Dublin Civic Trust, pp. 62.

P.N. Wyse Jackson 2002. Geology in the urban landscape. Extractive Industry Ireland Journal 3, 59-63.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and M. Connolly 2002. Fossils as Neolithic funereal adornments in County Kerry, southwest Ireland. Geology Today 18(4), 139-143.

P.N. Wyse Jackson 1999. Appendix 5. The geology and palaeontology of the passage tomb, with comments on the significance of the fossils and geological finds, pp. 86-91. In M. Connolly (ed.), Discovering the Neolithic in County Kerry: a passage tomb at Ballycarty. Wordwell, Bray.

P.N. Wyse Jackson 1998. The Building stones of Tralee: a walking guide. The Kerry Magazine 9, 10-15.

P.N. Wyse Jackson 1995. A Victorian Landmark: Trinity College’s Museum Building. Irish Arts Review, 149-154.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and E. Robinson 1994 Dublin: paving controversies. Geology Today 10(2), 46-48.

P.N. Wyse Jackson 1991. The Building Stones of Central Dublin. Technology Ireland 22, 24-28.

3. History of Geology and general history

Books and booklets

P.N. Wyse Jackson and N. Falkiner (2013) A Portrait of St Columba’s College 1843-2013. 2nd edition. Old Columban Society, Dublin, pp. 176.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2009) Great Irish Geoscientists. Geological Survey of Ireland, Dublin, pp. 32 [reprinted and augmented articles from ES2k and Earth Sciences Ireland].

P.N. Wyse Jackson (ed.) (2007) Four Centuries of Geological Travel: The Search for Knowledge on Foot, Bicycle, Sledge and Camel. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 287, pp. vi+415.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2006) The Chronologers’ Quest: episodes in the search for the age of the Earth. Cambridge University Press, pp. 296.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (ed.) (2000) Science and Engineering in Ireland in 1798: a time of revolution. (2000). Royal Irish Academy: Dublin.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and E. Vaccari (1997) The Reverend George Graydon (c. 1753-1803): cleric and geological traveller.  Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, pp. 14.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (editor) (1994) In Marble Halls: geology in Trinity College, Dublin. Department of Geology, Trinity College, Dublin, pp. 135.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and N. Falkiner (1993) A Portrait of St Columba’s College 1843-1993. Old Columban Society, Dublin, pp. 126.

Articles and book chapters

E. Panciroli, P.N. Wyse Jackson and P.R. Crowther (2021). Scientists, collectors and illustrators: the roles of women in the Palaeontographical Society. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 506, 97–116.

H. Torrens and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2020) Obituary: Gordon Leslie Herries Davies (1932–2019). Archives of Natural History 47(1), 190–201.

J.-L. d'Hondt and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2020) Françoise Bigey (1941–2019). International Bryozoological Association Bulletin 16(1), 12–14.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, M.A. Parkes and J. Murray (2020) An appreciation: Charles Hepworth Holland (1923–2019): founding editor of the Irish Journal of Earth Sciences. Irish Journal of Earth Sciences 38, 1–4.

G.D. Sevastopulo and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2020) Charles Hepworth Holland 1923–2019. Palaeontology Newsletter 104, 81–83.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2020) Adrian John Bancroft (1958–2020): an appreciation. International Bryozoological Association Bulletin 16(2), 14–16.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2019) Irish 'Rock Stars': John Hart (1797–1872). Earth Sciences Ireland 24, 8–9.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2019) Mary Katherine Andrews (1851–1914).  In C. Dalton and G. McGlynn (eds) Giants of the Irish Quaternary. Irish Quaternary Association, Dublin, pp. 37–43.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2018) Irish 'Rock Stars'. Men of Granite – Herbert Harold Read (1889–1970 and Wallace Spencer Pitcher (1919–2004). Earth Science Ireland 23, 5.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and D. Attis (2018) Bibliography of the history of Irish geology.  International Commission on the History of Geological Sciences INHIGEO Annual Record 50, 228–236.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2017) Irish 'Rock Stars': George Leonard Patrick Walker (1926–2005). Earth Science Ireland 21, 19.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.A. Parkes (2017) Burial place and headstone of William Hellier Baily (1819-1888). The Geological Curator 10(8), 375.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2017) Irish 'Rock Stars': George Wilkinson (1814–1890). Earth Science Ireland 22, 7.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2016) William Smith and Ireland: sources of Irish geological information on his geological map of 1820. Earth Sciences History 35(1), 115-123.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2016) Irish 'Rock Stars': Joseph Barclay Pentland – (1797-1873). Earth Science Ireland 19, 5.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2016) John Joly Commemorative Plaque. Earth Science Ireland 19, 9.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2016) Irish 'Rock Stars': Alexander McHenry 1843-1919. Earth Science Ireland 20, 10.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2015) Dredging around Ireland: over 200 years of marine surveys. Sherkin Comment 60, 7.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2015) Irish 'Rock Stars': William Johnson Sollas – (1849-1936). Earth Science Ireland 18, 9.

M. DeArce and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2014 - date of imprint 2015) The Alternative Geologist: William King (1809-1886) and his scientific controversies. Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society 66, 100-124.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and P.D.F. Maderson (2014) James Edwin Duerden 1865–1937: zoological polymath, pp. 231–265. In P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.E. Spencer Jones (eds) Annals of Bryozoology 4. International Bryozoology Association, Dublin.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2011) History of Ichnology: John Joly (1857–1933) on Oldhamia: Poetic and Scientific Observations. Ichnos, 18, 209-212.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, M. DeArce and N.T. Monaghan (2011) A letter from William Bookey Brownrigg to Thomas Henry Huxley, dated 29 November 1865, authorising him to describe his fossil vertebrates from Jarrow Colliery, Co. Kilkenny and giving details of his find. Irish Journal of Earth Sciences 29, 19-22.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2011) A transatlantic bryozoological spat: Edward Oscar Ulrich (1857–1944) versus George Robert Vine (1825–1893), pp. 219-225. In P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.E. Spencer Jones (eds) Annals of Bryozoology 3: aspects of the history of research on bryozoans, Dublin, International Bryozoology Association.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2011) Irish ‘Rock Stars’: William Acheson Traill (1844–1933), Earth Science Ireland 9, 13.

M. DeArce, N.T. Monaghan and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2011) The uneasy correspondence between Thomas Henry Huxley and Edward Perceval Wright on fossil vertebrates found in Jarrow Colliery, Clogh, Co. Kilkenny (1865-1867). Notes and Records of the Royal Society.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2010) Servants of the Raj at play: an example of the social interactions between a geologist and an engineer in nineteenth century India, The Compass 81 (1-4), 96–103.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2010) Irish ‘Rock Stars’: Thomas Weaver Earth Science Ireland 8, 30.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2010) Irish ‘Rock Stars’: Valentine Ball (1843-1895), Earth Science Ireland7, 14 - 15.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2009) William Thompson (1805-1852): zoologist and biogeographer. Irish Naturalists' Journal 30(2), 119-122.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.A. Parkes (2009) William Hellier Baily (1819-1888: forever an Acting Palaeontologist with the Geological Survey of Ireland. The Geological Curator 9(2), 57-84.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2009) Robert Ball (1802-1857): naturalist. Irish Naturalists' Journal 30(1), 15-18.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2009) ‘Baily, William Hellier’, volume 1, pp. 227-228; ‘Ball, Valentine’, volume 1, pp. 253-254; ‘Cole, Grenville Arthur James’, volume 2, pp. 651-652; ‘Fitton, William Henry’, volume 3, pp. 812-813; ‘Graydon, George’, volume 4, p. 229; ‘Hamilton, William’, volume 4, p, 416; ‘Haughton, Samuel’, volume 4, p, 524-525; ‘Hull, Edward’, volume 4, p. 840; ‘Joly, John’, volume 4, pp. 1021-1022; ‘Kirwan, Richard’, volume 5, pp. 234-235; ‘Knox, George’, volume 5, pp. 246-247; ‘M’Coy, Frederick’, volume 5, p. 875; ‘Mitchell, George Francis’, volume 6, p. 531; ‘Nimmo, Alexander’, volume 6, p. 933; ‘Oldham, Thomas and Oldham, Richard’, volume 7, pp. 630-631; ‘Richardson, William’, volume 8, pp. 487; ‘Sollas, William Johnson’, volume 8, p. 1067. In James McGuire and James Quinn (eds),Dictionary of Irish Biography from the earliest times to the year 2002, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

L. Lunney and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2009) Apjohn, James. In James McGuire and James Quinn (eds), Dictionary of Irish Biography from the earliest times to the year 2002, 1. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 135–136.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2009) Great Irish Geoscientists, Dublin, Geological Survey of Ireland, 32pp

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2009) Irish ‘Rock Stars’: Charles Irving Gardiner (1868-1940) and Sydney Hugh Reynolds (1867-1949). Earth Science Ireland 6, 12-13.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2009) Irish Rock Stars: James Robinson Kilroe (1848-1927). Earth Science Ireland 5, 11-12.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2009) Geochronological hits and misses: various attempts to determine the age of the Earth, Open University Geological Society Journal29(2), 95-97.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2009) Erratics, intrusions and graptolites. In Mary Mulvihill (ed.), Lab Coats and Lace: the lives and legacies of inspiring Irish women scientists and pioneers, Dublin, Ireland, Women in Technology and Science, pp. 48-59; 173-176.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2008) Sir Richard John Griffith (1784-1878): a portrait in oils by Stephen Catterson Smith (1806–1872). Irish Journal of Earth Sciences 26, 45-51.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2008) Irish 'Rock Stars': Sydney Mary Thompson (Madame Christen) (1847-1923). Earth Science Ireland 3, 14.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2008) William Thomson's determinations of the age of the Earth in, editor(s)Flood, R., McCartney, M. and Whitaker, A.  Kelvin: life, labours and legacy, Oxford, Oxford University Press, pp. 160–174; 332–334.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2008) Irish 'Rock Stars': Maxwell Henry Close (1822-1903). Earth Science Ireland 4, 24.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2007) Irish 'Rock Stars': George Henry Kinahan (1829-1908). Earth Science Ireland 1, 11.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2007) Irish 'Rock Stars' - John Joly (1857–1933). Earth Science Ireland 2, 11.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2007) Robert Mallet (1810-1881) ingegnere e scienziato sperimentale: le sue idee sulla vulcanologia. In G. Ferrari (ed.) Viaggio nelle aree del terremoto del 16 dicembre 1857, Volume 2, Part 3. 16 dicembre 1857 un grande disastro sismico. Da un terremoto laboratorio a laboratori sul territorio. Bologna, SGA Storia Geofisica Ambiente, pp. 205–221.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2007) Catalogue of lavas di Robert Mallet. In G. Ferrari (ed.) Viaggio nelle aree del terremoto del 16 dicembre 1857, Volume 2, Part 4. Laboratorio Mallet. Fonti e studi su Robert Mallet e sui caratteri geodinamici dell'area lucana., Bologna, SGA Storia Geofisica Ambiente, pp 95–170.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.E. Spencer Jones (2007) The quiet workforce: the various roles of women in geological and natural history museums during the early to mid-1900s. In: Burek, C. and Higgs, B. (eds) The Role of Women in the History of Geology. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 281, 97–113.

B. Higgs and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2007) The role of women in the history of geological studies in Ireland. In Burek, C. and Higgs, B. (eds) The Role of Women in the History of Geology. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 281, 137–153.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2007) Global peregrinations: four centuries of geological travel. In P.N. Wyse Jackson (ed.) Four Centuries of Geological Travel: The Search for Knowledge on Foot, Bicycle, Sledge and Camel. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 287, 1–6.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2007) Grenville Arthur James Cole (1859–1924 the cycling geologist. In P.N. Wyse Jackson (ed.) Four Centuries of Geological Travel: The Search for Knowledge on Foot, Bicycle, Sledge and Camel. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 287, 135–148.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2006) Irish ‘Rock Stars’: Thomas Oldham (1816–1878). ES2k 12, 12.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2006) An account of a geological visit to the Foze Rocks (near the Blaskets) by John Joly in August 1908. The Kerry Magazine 16, 28–31.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2006) A geological treasure trove: the Geological Museum, Trinity College, Dublin. Sherkin Comment 41, 23.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2006) The Honorable George Knox (1765–1827) parliamentarian and mineral collector. The Mineralogical Record 37(6), 543–551.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2006) Presentation of the A.G. Brighton Medal to Hugh S. Torrens. The Geological Curator 8(6), 287–288.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2005) Irish ‘Rock Stars’: James Ernest Richey (1886–1968). ES2k 11, 12.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2004) Irish ‘Rock Stars’: John Kaye Charlesworth (1889-1972). ES2k 9, 21.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2004) Thomas Hawkins, Lord Cole, William Sollas and all: casts of Lower Jurassic marine reptiles in the Geological Museum, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. The Geological Curator 8, 11-18.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2004) Close, Maxwell Henry (1822–1903), pp. 452-453; Fitton, William Henry (1780–1861), pp. 689-691; Ganly, Patrick (1809–99), pp. 750-751; Griffith, Richard John (1784–1878), pp. 847-848; Hardman, Edward Townley (1845–87), pp. 903-904; Joly, John (1857–1933), pp. 1098-1099; Kinahan, George Henry (1829–1908), pp. 1133-1134; Medlicott, Henry Benedict (1829–1905), pp. 1389-1390; Oldham, Richard Dixon (1858–1936), pp. 1500-1501; Oldham, Thomas (1816–78), pp. 1502-1503, In Lightman, B. (ed.) The Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century British Scientists 4 vols. (Thoemmes Continuum, Bristol), pp. xxxix+2255.

J.S. Jackson and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2004) Robert George Spencer Hudson 1895-1965. Oxford Dictionary of Biography (Oxford University Press), Volume 28, pp. 588-589.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2004) Irish ‘Rock Stars’: Rev. William Richardson (1740–1820) ES2k 10, 12.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2003) Ball, Sir Charles Bent, p. 63; geology, p. 435; geophysics, p. 435-436; Kane, Sir Robert John, p. 575; Museum of Irish Industry, p. 753; National Soil Survey of Ireland, p. 770; Royal College of Science for Ireland, p. 945; speleology, p. 1011. In Lalor, B. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Ireland. Gill and Macmillan, pp. xxxv+1218.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2002) William Hamilton - Cleric and Geologist 1755-1797, p. 41; Charles Lewis Giesecke - Mineralogist and Explorer 1761-1833, p. 42; Henry Benedict Medlicott - Geologist 1829-1905, p. 144; Richard Dixon Oldham - Geologist and Seismologist 1858-1936, p. 186; George Francis (Frank) Mitchell - Environmental Historian 1911-1997, p. 250-251. In Mollan, R.C., Davis, W.J. and Finucane, B. (eds) Irish Innovators in Science and Technology. Royal Irish Academy (2002).

P.N. Wyse Jackson and M.A. Parkes (2002) Charles Hepworth Holland: palaeontologist and biostratigrapher. In P.N. Wyse Jackson, M.A. Parkes and R.A. Wood (eds) Studies in Palaeozoic palaeontology and biostratigraphy in honour of C.H. Holland. Special Papers in Palaeontology 67, 5-13.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2002) Classic Paper in the History of Geology: John Joly’s paper: "Uranium and Geology" (1908). Episodes 25, 258-263.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2002) Sir Richard Griffith’s catalogue of mines and mineral occurrences in Ireland: notes on various editions published between 1853 and 1862. Journal of the Mining Heritage Trust of Ireland 2, 9-14.

P.N. Wyse Jackson, M. Robinson and W.E.N. Austin (2002) Arthur Earland (1866–1958) and his links with Ireland. Journal of Micropalaeontology 21, 167-168.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2001) Kerry diamonds: facts and folklore.  The Kerry Magazine 12, 23-25

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2001) Chronological listing of books published on the geology of Ireland from 1699 to 1999.  Irish Naturalists’ Journal 26(6), 293-313.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2001) John Joly (1857-1933) and his determinations of the age of the Earth. In Lewis, C.L.E. and Knell, S.J. (eds). 2001. The Age of the Earth: from 4004 BC to AD 2002.  Geological Society Special Publications 190, 107-119.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2000) ‘Introduction’, pp. vii-viii; ‘Tumultuous times: geology in Ireland and the debate on the nature of basalt and other rocks of north-east Ireland between 1740 and 1816’, pp. 35-49 In Wyse Jackson, P.N. (ed.) Science and Engineering in Ireland in 1798: a time of revolution. Royal Irish Academy: Dublin.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (2000) Silver pages: 25 years of the Newsletter of the Geological Curators’ Group and The Geological Curator. The Geological Curator 7(3), 95-99.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1999) Geological museums and their collections: rich sources for historians of geology.  Annals of Science 56, 417-431.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1998) Veronica Burns 1914-1998, Curator Geological Museum, Trinity College, Dublin 1964-1980.  The Geological Curator 6(9), 339-340.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1998) Richard Kirwan (1733-1812): Chemist and Geologist.  Irish Chemical News 12(1), 36-39.

M.B. Wyse Jackson and P.N. Wyse Jackson (1998) David Allardice Webb (1912-1994): bibliography of published writings - additions.  Watsonia 22(2), 206-207.

M.A. Parkes and P.N. Wyse Jackson (1998) Geological collections in the Republic of Ireland.  Museum Ireland  8, 6-23.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1998) Hibernian research on Italian volcanic rocks: the Mallet and Guiscardi/Haughton collections in Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, pp. 675-685. In Morello, N. (ed.) Volcanoes and History.  Proceedings of the 20th INHIGEO symposium, Naples - Eolie - Catania, 19-25 September 1995. Brigati, Genoa.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1998) William Henry Fitton (1780-1861) and the Wollaston Medal of 1852. Geoscientist 6, 10.

M.A. Parkes and P.N. Wyse Jackson (1998) A survey of the state and status of geological collections in museums and private collections in the Republic of Ireland.  The Geological Curator 6(10) (1998), 377-388.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1998) Grenville Arthur James Cole (1859-1924) a memoir, pp. vii-xvi.  In Cole, G.A.J.  Memoir of the mines and metalliferous deposits of Ireland.  Mining Heritage Society of Ireland.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1998) Veronica Conroy Burns (1914-1998). Irish Naturalists’ Journal 26, 1-4

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1997) John W. Pringle (c. 1793-1861) and Ordnance Survey geological mapping in Ireland.  Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association 108 (1997), 153-156.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1997) Fluctuations in Fortune: Three Hundred Years of Irish Geology, pp. 91-114. In Wilson Foster, J. and Chesney, H. (eds.) Nature in Ireland.  Lilliput Press, Dublin.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1996) Patrick Ganly (1809-1899) and the discovery of evidence of way-up in rocks on the Dingle Peninsula. The Kerry Magazine 7, 8-9.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1996) Sir Charles Lewis Giesecke (1761-1833) and Greenland: a recently discovered mineral collection in Trinity College, Dublin.  Irish Journal of Earth Sciences 15, 161-168.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1996) Alexander Nimmo’s On the Application of the science of Geology to the purposes of Practical Navigation (1825): an early investigation on the nature of offshore geology.  Earth Sciences History 15, 167-171.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and E. Vaccari (1995) The fossil fishes of Bolca and the travels in Italy of the Irish cleric George Graydon in 1791. Museologia Scientifica 4(1-2), 57-81.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1994) Dublin: Trinity College, Geological Museum. In Nudds, J.R. (ed.). Directory of British Geological Museums.  Miscellaneous Paper 18, Geological Society of London, London, 23-25.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1994) A history of Geology in Trinity College, Dublin’, in Wyse Jackson, P.N. (ed.) In Marble Halls: geology in Trinity College, Dublin’, Department of Geology, Trinity College, Dublin, 13-78.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and N.T. Monaghan (1994) Frederick M‘Coy (c. 1823-1899): an eminent Victorian palaeontologist and his synopses of Irish palaeontology of 1844 and 1846. Geology Today 10, 231-234.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and E. Vaccari (1993) Volcanoes and Straw Bonnets: the Graydons of Burrishoole. Cathair na Mart, Journal of the Westport Historical Society 13, 90-101.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1992) The Geological Collections of Trinity College, Dublin. The Geological Curator 5(7), 263-274.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1992) A Man of Invention: John Joly (1857-1933), engineer, physicist, and geologist. In D.S. Scott (ed.) Treasures of the Mind: A Trinity College Dublin Quatercentenary Exhibition. London, Sothebys, pp. 89-96; 158-160.

P.N. Wyse Jackson and P.S. Wyse Jackson (1992) The Irish Naturalist: 33 years of natural history in Ireland 1892-1924.  Irish Naturalists’ Journal 24, 95-101.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1991) The cycling geologist. Cycle Touring and Campaigning.  June-July 1991, 26-27.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1989) Museum File 18: Geological Museum, Trinity College, Dublin. Geology Today 6, 213-214.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1989) On Rocks and Bicycles: a biobibliography of Grenville Arthur James Cole (1859-1924) fifth Director of the Geological Survey of Ireland. Geological Survey of Ireland Bulletin 4, 151-163.

P.N. Wyse Jackson (1987) Statistical Survey of Geological and Geomorphological Excursions undertaken by the Dublin Naturalists’ Field Club 1886-1986. Dublin Naturalists’ Field Club Occasional Publication 4 , pp.14.