Please let me know about any other web sites that might be included here, preferably
relating in some way to West Sussex geology.
Geology web sites
Sussex Geodiversity Partnership - an excellent introduction to Sussex geology and
Geology of Britain viewer - geology maps from the British Geological Survey.
Ian West - excellent introduction to many aspects of Wessex geology. Links are provided
at the bottom of Ian's homepage (after the pictures).
Kent RIGS - includes ‘Wealden News’, the newsletter of Wealden geology.
Eocene & Oligocene fossils - a useful site for identifying your Palaeogene fossils.
UK Fossils Network - fossils and fossil collecting localities in the UK.
British Chalk Fossils - apparently everything you wanted to know.
Natural History Museum, London - the premier natural history museum in the UK.
The Palaeontological Association - download backcopies of the journal (Vol 1, 1957
to Vol. 41, 1998) free by selecting Publications then Palaeontology Online.
Earth Heritage - web site for the Joint Nature Conservation Committee. Access the
Geological Conservation Review Series and the magazine, Earth Heritage.
Rory Mortimore talks on his lifetime studies on the Chalk of the South Downs - select
the Chalk audio programme on this site.
English Stone Forum - all about building stones, with a useful list of publications.
Archaeology web sites
Sussex Archaeological Society
Fishbourne Roman Palace
West Sussex web sites
Chichester Harbour Conservancy
Pagham Harbour Local Nature Reserve
Friends of Shoreham Beach
Bracklesham Bay Online
Google Flood - predicts coastline changes for sea level rises from +1m to +14m using
Google Earth maps with NASA's digital elevation data. Fascinating stuff.
Please let me know of any other useful web sites that could be added here.