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).
Geoconservation Kent - 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 back copies 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.
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
South Downs National Park - Landscape and Geology
Chichester Harbour Conservancy
Pagham Harbour Local Nature Reserve
Friends of Shoreham Beach
Bracklesham Bay Online
Flood.firetree - 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.