Hugh Edwin Strickland est un ornithologue et un géologue britannique, né le 2 mars 1811 à Righton dans le Yorkshire de l'Est et mort le 14 septembre 1853.Il est le petit-fils de Sir George Strickland (1729-1808), 5e baronnet de Boynton, qui lui inculque très tôt le goût de l’histoire naturelle.Il fait ses études à l’Oriel College d’Oxford et suit le cours d’anatomie de John Kidd (1775-1851) et de géologie de William Buckland (1784-1856). Il se passionne alors pour la zoologie et la géologie.

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  • Hugh Edwin Strickland est un ornithologue et un géologue britannique, né le 2 mars 1811 à Righton dans le Yorkshire de l'Est et mort le 14 septembre 1853.Il est le petit-fils de Sir George Strickland (1729-1808), 5e baronnet de Boynton, qui lui inculque très tôt le goût de l’histoire naturelle.Il fait ses études à l’Oriel College d’Oxford et suit le cours d’anatomie de John Kidd (1775-1851) et de géologie de William Buckland (1784-1856). Il se passionne alors pour la zoologie et la géologie. Il obtient un B.A. en 1831 et un M.A. en 1832.Il retourne chez lui à Cracombe House, près de Tewkesbury, où il commence à étudier la géologie du val d’Evesham, la région du sud du Worcestershire, le long de la vallée de la rivière Avon, autour de la ville d’Evesham. Il communique ses observations à la Geological Society of London (1833-1834). Il se consacre également à l’ornithologie.Par l’intermédiaire de Sir Roderick Murchison (1792-1871), il rencontre William John Hamilton (1805-1867) et l’accompagne en 1835 dans un voyage en Asie Mineure, en Thrace et sur l’île de Zante. Après son retour, Strickland fait paraître plusieurs articles sur la géologie des régions qu’il a visitées. Il continue de faire des recherches sur la géologie de l’Angleterre et publie de nombreux articles, seul ou avec Murchison.Il est également l’auteur de mémoires sur les oiseaux qu’il présente auprès de la Zoological Society of London, les Annals and Magazine of Natural History et la British Association for the Advancement of Science. Il participe, en 1842, à la constitution d’un comité chargé de fixer les règles de la taxinomie en zoologie.Il corrige, augmente et fait paraître le manuscrit de Louis Agassiz (1807-1873) intitulé Bibliographia Zoologiae et Geologiae (1848). En 1845, il édite avec James Buckman (1818-1884) une deuxième édition, enrichie, de l’ouvrage de Murchison Outline of the Geology of the neighbourhood of Cheltenham. En 1846, il s’installe à Oxford et fait paraître deux ans plus tard, avec Alexander Gordon Melville (1819-1901), un travail sur The Dodo and its kindred (1848).Il devient membre en 1852 de la Royal Society. L’année suivante, alors qu’il étudiait des spécimens sur le bas-côté d’une voie de chemin de fer, il est tué par un express alors qu’il faisait un pas de côté pour éviter un train de marchandises.Ses Ornithological Synonyms paraissent en 1855. Sa collection de 6 000 oiseaux est aujourd’hui conservée à l’université de Cambridge./centerPortail de l’histoire de la zoologie et de la botanique Portail de l’histoire de la zoologie et de la botanique Portail de l'ornithologie Portail de l'ornithologie
  • Hugh Edwin Strickland (* 2. März 1811 in Righton, Yorkshire; † 14. September 1853 nahe Retford, Nottinghamshire) war ein englischer Geologe, Ornithologe und Systematiker.Strickland studierte in Oxford. 1835 begleitete er den englischen Geologen William John Hamilton (1805–1867) auf dessen Reise in den Orient und veröffentlichte als Ergebnis dieser Reise: Bibliographia zoologiae et geologiae (London 1847–54) und The Dodo and its kindred (London 1848).Später unterstützte er als Professor der Geologie in Oxford Roderick Murchison in den Vorarbeiten zur Stratigraphie des Silurs.Er war 1844 Mitgründer der Ray Society.
  • Хью Эдвин Стрикленд (англ. Hugh Edwin Strickland; 1811—1853) — английский геолог и орнитолог и систематик.Стрикленд учился в Оксфорде. В 1835 году он сопровождал английского геолога Уильяма Джона Хамилтона (1805—1867) в его поездке на Восток и опубликовал как результат этой поездки: «Bibliographia zoologiae et geologiae» (Лондон, 1847-54) и «The Dodo and its kindred» (Лондон, 1848).Позже он как профессор геологии поддержал в Оксфорде Родерика Мурчисона в подготовительных работах по стратиграфии силурийского периода. После гибели учёного под колёсами поезда в 1853 году в результате несчастного случая его коллекция из 6 000 птиц перешла Кембриджскому университету.
  • Hugh Edwin Strickland (Reighton,Yorkshire, Engeland, 2 maart 1811 – Retford, 14 september 1853) was een Engelse geoloog, ornitholoog, natuuronderzoeker en systematicus.
  • Hugh Edwin Strickland (Reighton, Yorkshire, 2 de Março de 1811 — Retford, 14 de Setembro de 1853) foi um geólogo, ornitologista e sistemata inglês que se notabilizou como um dos principais autores e proponentes do primeiro código de classificação científica visando a padronização da nomenclatura biológica.
  • Hugh Edwin Strickland (2 March 1811 – 14 September 1853) was an English geologist, ornithologist, naturalist, and systematist.Strickland was born at Reighton, in the East Riding of Yorkshire. He was the second son of Henry Eustatius Strickland of Apperley, Gloucestershire, by his wife Mary, daughter of Edmund Cartwright, inventor of the power loom, and grandson of Sir George Strickland, bart., of Boynton. In 1827 he was sent as a pupil to Thomas Arnold (1795–1842), a family friend.As a boy he acquired a taste for natural history which dominated his life. He received his early education from private tutors and in 1829 entered Oriel College, Oxford. He attended the anatomical lectures of John Kidd and the geological lectures of William Buckland and he became interested both in zoology and geology. He graduated B.A. in 1831, and proceeded to M.A. in the following year. He married Catherine Dorcas Maule Jardine, the daughter of Sir William Jardine, in 1845. She drew many of the illustrations for Contributions to Ornithology, which were reproduced by papyrography, a process described by Strickland in the first volume of that journal.Returning to his home at Cracombe House, near Tewkesbury, he began to study the geology of the Vale of Evesham, communicating papers to the Geological Society of London (1833 - 1834). He also gave much attention to ornithology. Becoming acquainted with Roderick Murchison he was introduced to William John Hamilton (1805 - 1867) and accompanied him in 1835 on a journey through Asia Minor, the Thracian Bosporus and the island of Zante. Hamilton afterwards published the results of this journey and of his subsequent excursion to Armenia in Researches in Asia Minor, Pontus and Armenia (1842).After his return in 1836 Strickland brought before the Geological Society several papers on the geology of the districts he had visited in southern Europe and Asia. He also described in detail the "drift deposits in the counties of Worcester and Warwick, drawing particular attention to the fluviatile deposits of Cropthorne in which remains of hippopotamus, &c., were found". With Murchison he read before the Geological Society an important paper On the Upper Formations of the New Red Sandstone System in Gloucestershire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire (Trans. Geol. Soc., 1840). In other papers he described the Bristol Bone-bed near Tewkesbury and the Ludlow Bone-bed of Woolhope. He was author likewise of ornithological memoirs communicated to the Zoological Society, the Annals and Magazine of Natural History and the British Association. He also drew up the report, in 1842, of a committee appointed by the British Association to consider the rules of zoological nomenclature. This report is the earliest formal codification of the principle of priority, which represents the fundamental guiding precept that preserves the stability of biological nomenclature.He was one of the founders of the Ray Society, suggested in 1843 and established in 1844, the object being the publication of works on natural history which could not be undertaken by scientific societies or by publishers. For this society Strickland corrected, enlarged and edited the manuscript of Agassiz for the Bibliographia Zoologiae et Geologiae (1848). In 1845 he edited with J. Buckman a second and enlarged edition of Murchison's Outline of the Geology of the neighbourhood of Cheltenham. In 1846 he settled at Oxford, and two years later he issued in conjunction with Alexander Gordon Melville a work on The Dodo and its kindred (1848).In 1850 he was appointed deputy reader in geology at Oxford during the illness of Buckland, and in 1852 he was elected Fellow of the Royal Society. In the following year, after attending the meeting of the British Association at Hull, he went to examine the cuttings on the Manchester Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway near Retford. There he was knocked down and killed by a train; on a double track he stepped out of the way of a goods train and was hit by an express coming in the opposite direction. He was buried at Deerhurst church near Tewkesbury, where a memorial window was erected.His Ornithological Synonyms was published in 1855. His collection of 6,000 birds went to Cambridge in 1867. Whilst travelling in 1835 he discovered the Olive-tree Warbler on the island of Zante, and the Cinereous Bunting in the vicinity of İzmir in western Turkey.His name was honoured in the name of a bird endemic to N.Borneo, Copsychus stricklandii Motley & Dillwyn (1855)
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  • Hugh Edwin Strickland est un ornithologue et un géologue britannique, né le 2 mars 1811 à Righton dans le Yorkshire de l'Est et mort le 14 septembre 1853.Il est le petit-fils de Sir George Strickland (1729-1808), 5e baronnet de Boynton, qui lui inculque très tôt le goût de l’histoire naturelle.Il fait ses études à l’Oriel College d’Oxford et suit le cours d’anatomie de John Kidd (1775-1851) et de géologie de William Buckland (1784-1856). Il se passionne alors pour la zoologie et la géologie.
  • Hugh Edwin Strickland (Reighton,Yorkshire, Engeland, 2 maart 1811 – Retford, 14 september 1853) was een Engelse geoloog, ornitholoog, natuuronderzoeker en systematicus.
  • Hugh Edwin Strickland (Reighton, Yorkshire, 2 de Março de 1811 — Retford, 14 de Setembro de 1853) foi um geólogo, ornitologista e sistemata inglês que se notabilizou como um dos principais autores e proponentes do primeiro código de classificação científica visando a padronização da nomenclatura biológica.
  • Хью Эдвин Стрикленд (англ. Hugh Edwin Strickland; 1811—1853) — английский геолог и орнитолог и систематик.Стрикленд учился в Оксфорде.
  • Hugh Edwin Strickland (2 March 1811 – 14 September 1853) was an English geologist, ornithologist, naturalist, and systematist.Strickland was born at Reighton, in the East Riding of Yorkshire. He was the second son of Henry Eustatius Strickland of Apperley, Gloucestershire, by his wife Mary, daughter of Edmund Cartwright, inventor of the power loom, and grandson of Sir George Strickland, bart., of Boynton.
  • Hugh Edwin Strickland (* 2. März 1811 in Righton, Yorkshire; † 14. September 1853 nahe Retford, Nottinghamshire) war ein englischer Geologe, Ornithologe und Systematiker.Strickland studierte in Oxford.
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