Sir Alister Hardy's Publications

A number of Sir Alister Hardy's papers published in the Journal of the Marine Biological Association (JMBA) are available in PDF format. Click on the following link to view Hardy's PDFs available through the National Marine Biological Library's ePrint facility.

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Hardy, A. C. (1923). "Notes on the Atlantic plankton taken off the east coast of England in 1921 and 1922." Publications de Circonstance Conseil Permanent International pour l'Exploration de la Mer (78): 10.

Hardy, A. C. (1924). "The herring in relation to its animate environment. Part I. The food and feeding habits of the herring with special reference to the east coast of England." Fishery Investigations, Series 2 7(3): 53.

Hardy, A. C. (1924). "Report on the possibilities of aerial spotting of fish." Fishery Investigations, Series 2 7(5): 8.

Hardy, A. C. (1926). "The herring in relation to its animate environment. Part 2. Report on trials with the plankton indicator." Fishery Investigations, Series 2 8 (7): 13.

Hardy, A. C. (1926). "The Discovery Expedition. A new method of plankton research." Nature 118: 630-632.

Hardy, A. C. (1928). "The work of the Royal Research Ship "Discovery" in the Dependencies of the Falkland Islands." Geographical Journal 72: 209-234.

Hardy, A. C. and S. Kemp (1929). The Discovery investigations. Objects, equipment and methods. Part II. Discovery Reports.151-222.

Kemp, S., A. C. Hardy and N. A. Mackintosh (1929). Discovery investigations: objects, equipment and methods. Discovery Reports. 1: 141-232.

Hardy, A. C. (1930). Science and the fishing industry. Hull, Brown and Sons.

Hardy, A. C. (1931). "Our food from the sea. I. Fish and ships." Listener 8 April: 584-585.

Hardy, A. C. (1931). "Our food from the sea. II. Science and the sea." Listener 22 April: 677-678.

Hardy, A. C. (1931). "Our food from the sea. III. The basic life of the sea." Listener 29 April: 735-736.

Hardy, A. C. (1931). "Our food from the sea. IV. The biography of a breakfast bloater." Listener 6 May: 769-770.

Hardy, A. C. (1931). "Our food from the sea. V. Trawl caught fish." Listener 13 May: 807-808.

Hardy, A. C. (1931). "Our food from the sea. VI. What science can do for the fishing industry." Listener 20 May: 849-850.

Hardy, A. C. (1934). "Science and the fisheries. An account of a new research department." Progress January: 3-8.

Savage, R. E. and A. C. Hardy (1934). "Phytoplankton and the herring. Part 1, 1921-1932." Fishery Investigations, Series 2 (14): 13.

Hardy, A. C. and E. R. Gunther (1935). The plankton of the South Georgia whaling grounds and adjacent waters, 1926-1927. Discovery Reports. 11: 1-456.

Hardy, A. C. (1935). "Oil-engine propulsion for fishing vessels. Review of the powering problem in various types of craft. Signifance of the trials of the British Columbia." Journal of Commerce and Shipping Telegraph July: 18.

Hardy, A. C. (1935). "The Continuous Plankton Recorder: a new method of survey." Rapports et Proces-Verbaux des Reunions. Conseil International pour l'Exploration de la Mer 95.

Hardy, A. C., C. K. Lucas, G. T. D. Henderson and J. H. Fraser (1936). Calanus-herring correlation tables used in the work on the ecological relations between the herring and the plankton investigated by the plankton indicator: 39.

Hardy, A. C., C. R. Lucas, G. T. D. Henderson and J. R. Fraser (1936). "The ecological relations between the herring and the plankton investigated with the plankton indicator. Parts I, II, III and IV." Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 21: 147-291.

Hardy, A. C. and N. Ennis (1936). The continuous plankton recorder, by A.C. Hardy. With an appendix: A test of the validity of the continuous plankton recorder method. Discovery Reports. 11: 457-510.

Hardy, A. C., G. P. Farran, W. Garstang and E. Georgeson (1936). "The Arctic plankton collected by the Nautilus Expedition, 1931. Parts I-III. 1. General account. II. Report on the Copepoda. III. Report on the appendicularians." Journal of the Linnean Society, Zoology 39: 391-412.

Hardy, A. C. (1936). Observations on the uneven distribution of oceanic plankton. Discovery Reports. 11: 511-538.

Hardy, A. C. (1936). "Plankton ecology and the hypothesis of animal exclusion. Session 148, 1935-36." Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London Part 2: 64-70.

Hardy, A. C. (1936). "The Arctic plankton collected the The Nautilus Expedition 1931. Parts I-III. Part I. General account." Journal of the Linnean Society, Zoology 39(267): 391-403.

Hardy, A. C. and P. S. Milne (1937). "Insect drift over the North Sea." Nature 139: 510-511.

Hardy, A. C. and P. S. Milne (1938). "Studies in the distribution of insects by serial currents. Experiments in serial tow-netting from kites." Journal of Animal Ecology 7: 199-229.

Hardy, A. C. and P. S. Milne (1938). "Aerial drift of insects." Nature 141: 602-603.

Hardy, A. C. (1938). "Estimating numbers without counting." Nature 142: 255.

Hardy, A. C. (1938). Change and choice: a study in pelagic ecology
Evolution: essays on aspects of evolutionary biology presented to Professor E.S. Goodrich on his seventieth birthday
. Oxford, Clarendon Press.

Hardy, A. C. (1939). "Ecological investigations with the Continuous Plankton Recorder: Object, plan and methods." Hull Bulletins of Marine Ecology 1: 1-57.

Hardy, A. C. (1940). "Whale marking in the Southern Ocean." Geographical Journal November.

Hardy, A. C. (1941). "Continuous Plankton Records: introduction to the North Sea survey, 1938-1939." Hull Bulletins of Marine Ecology 2 (7): 1-17+plates.

Hardy, A. C. (1941). "Plankton as a source of food." Nature 147: 695.

Hardy, A. C. (1942). Natural history - old and new. Inaugural address, Marischal College, University of Aberdeen, 1942: 8.

Hardy, A. C. (1943). "Oceanography and its application to the fisheries." Proceedings of the Royal Philosophical Society Glasgow 67(7): 87-98.

Hardy, A. C. (1943). "Plankton ecology in the service of man." Naturalist, Hull.

Hardy, A. C. (1944). A programme for herring research: a suggested scheme for a unified programme of herring biological research (as distinct from preservation research) to be undertaken in Great Britain after the Second World War: 22.

Hardy, A. C. (1946). "Edwin Stephen Goodrich 1868-1936." Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science 87: No.348, 317-355.

Hardy, A. C. and W. N. Paton (1947). "Experiments on the vertical migration of plankton animals." Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 26: 467-526.

Hardy, A. C. (1947). Seafood ships. London, Crosby Lockwood and Sons.

Hardy, A. C. (1948). "Stanley Kemp, Sc.D., F.R.S." Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 26: 219-234.

Hardy, A. C. (1949). Zoology outside the laboratory. Presidential Address: Section D. British Association, 1949. Newcastle-on-Tyne: 11.

Hardy, A. C. (1949). "Zoology outside the laboratory." Advancement of Science 6: 213-223.

Hardy, A. C. (1950). "Telepathy and evolutionary theory." Journal of the Society of Pyschical Research 35: 225-238.

Hardy, A. C. (1950). "Johan Hjort 1869-1948." Obituary Notices of the Fellows of the Royal Society 7: 167-181.

Hardy, A. C. and R. Bainbridge (1951). "Effect of pressure on the behaviour of decapod larvae (Crustacea)." Nature 167: 354.

Hardy, A. C. (1951). "Walter Garstang, 1868-1949." Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 29: 561-566.

Hardy, A. C. (1951). "Towards a programme of herring research." Rapports et Proces-verbaux des Reunions. Conseil International pour l'Exploration de la Mer 128: 9-18.

Hardy, A. C. (1951). Science and the quest for God. (Essex Hall Lecture). London, Lindsey Press.

Hardy, A. C. and R. Bainbridge (1951). Vertical migrations of plankton animals. Nature. 168: 327-328.

Hardy, A. C. (1951). Introduction. Larval forms and other zoological verses. W. Garstang. Oxford, Blackwell: 85.

Hardy, A. C. (1953). "On the origin of the Metazoa." Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science 94: 441-443.

Hardy, A. C. (1953). Some problems of pelagic life. Essays in marine biology being the Richard Elmhirst Memorial Lectures. S. M. Marshall and A. P. Orr. Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd: 101-121.

Hardy, A. C. (1954). Escape from specialization. Evolution as a process. J. Huxley, A. C. Hardy and E. B. Ford. London, Allen and Unwin: 122-142.

Hardy, A. C. and R. Bainbridge (1954). "Experimental observations on the vertical migrations of plankton animals." Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 33: 409-448.

Huxley, J., A. C. Hardy and E. B. Ford (1954). Evolution as a process. London, George Allen and Unwin Limited.

Hardy, A. C. (1955). "A further example of the patchiness of plankton distribution." Deep-Sea Research (Papers in Marine Biology and Oceanography) 3 (Supplement): 7-11.

Hardy, A. C. (1956). The Open Sea: Its natural history: The World of Plankton. London, Collins.

Hardy, A. C. (1957). "Discussion: following H. Graham Cannon's paper: What Lamarck really said." Proceedings of Linnean Society 168: 85-87.

Hardy, A. C. (1959). The open sea: Its natural history. Pt. II. Fish and fisheries, with chapters on whales, turtles and animals of the sea floor. London.

Hardy, A. (1960). "Will man be more aquatic in the future?" New Scientist 7: 730-733.

Hardy, A. (1960). "Was man more aquatic in the past?" New Scientist 7: 642-645.

Hardy, A. C. (1962). "Studying the ever-changing sea." Nature 196 (4851): 207-210.

Hardy, A. C. (1963). Man and the beneficent sea. Evening discourse delivered on 3 September 1962, at the Manchester Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. Report. British Association for the Advancement of Science. 19: 533-544.

Hardy, A. C. (1963). "The Hudson Lecture. Some developments in plankton research." Proceedings of the Royal Society of New Zealand 90 (1): 73-88.

Hardy, A. C. and R. H. Kay (1964). "Experimental studies of plankton luminescence." Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 44: 435-484.

Hardy, A. C. (1965). "Pogonophora in the Sub-arctic." Nature 206 (4985): 733-734.

Hardy, A. C. (1965). "The Krill - an ocean harvest of the future?" New Scientist 1 July: 41-43.

Hardy, A. C. (1965). The living stream: a restatement of evolution theory and its relation to the spirit of man. The first of two series of Gifford Lectures on Science, Natural History and Religion delivered in the University of Aberdeen, during the sessions 1963-1964 and 1964-1965. London, Collins: 292.

Hardy, A. C. (1965). Another view of religion. Biology and personality. I. T. Ramsey. Oxford, Basil Blackwell: 74-81.

Hardy, A. C. (1966). The divine flame: an essay towards a natural history of religion. The second of two series of Gifford Lectures on Science, Natural History and Religion delivered in the University of Aberdeen, during the sessions 1963-1964 and 1964-1965. London, Collins: 254.

Hardy, A. (1967). Great waters: a voyage of natural history to study whales, plankton and the waters of the Southern Ocean in the old Royal Research Ship Discovery, with the results brought up to date by the findings of the R.R.S. Discovery II, Collins.

Hardy, A. C. (1968). "Alister Hardy replies." Theoria to Theory 2: 312-323.

Hardy, A. C. (1968). "Charles Elton's influence in ecology." Journal of Animal Ecology 37: 1-8.

Hardy, A. C. (1969). "The Religous Experience Research Unit - a report on its beginning." Faith and Freedom 23 (1).

Hardy, A. (1970). "A scientist looks at religion." Proceedings of the Royal Institution of Great Britain 43: 205-223.

Hardy, A. C. (1970). "R.E.R.U. annual progress reports." Faith and Freedom 24-29.

Hardy, A. C., R. Harvie and A. Koestler (1973). The challenge of chance. Experiments and speculation. 1. Telepathy or not - or what? London, Hutchinson.

Hardy, A. C. (1973). Towards an experimental faith. Times. 18 August.

Hardy, A. (1975). "George Atkinson 1885-1974. (M.B.A. staff 1904-1910)." Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 55: 509-510.

Hardy, A. C. (1975). The biology of God. London, Jonathan Cape.

Hardy, A. C. (1975). Why I believe the power of God is a biological reality. Rockford, IIlinois.

Hardy, A. (1976). "Obituary. Sir James Gray, 1891-1975." Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 56: 523-526.

Hardy, A. C. (1977). "Was there a Homo aquaticus." Zenith 15 (1): 4-6.

Hardy, A. C. (1979). "Science, religion and world unity." Faith and Freedom 32.

Hardy, A. C. (1979). The spiritual nature of man: a study of contemporary religious experience. Oxford, Clarendon Press.

Hardy, A. C. (1981). The spiritual nature of man. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Hardy, A. C. (1982). Foreword. The aquatic ape. E. Morgan. London, Souvenir Press: 13-15.

Hardy, A. C. (1984). A Cotswold sketch book. Gloucester, A. Sutton.

Hardy, A. C. (1984). Darwin and the spirit of man. London, Collins.

Hardy, A. C. (1985). The significance of religious experience. Nassau, Bahamas, Lissmore Press.

Hardy, A. C. and L. Cheng (1986). "Studies in the distribution of insects by aerial currents. III. Insect drift over the sea." Ecological Entomology 11: 283-290.