Chalk East: a Geo-East project promoting the region's chalk heritage.
Norfolk Geodiversity Partnership: a forum for individuals and organisations interested in conserving and enhancing Norfolk's Earth heritage.
The Mousehold Heath Earth Heritage Trail: 18 points of geodiversity interest on Mousehold Heath, Norwich; inspired by the work of the late Prof Brian Funnell of the GSN.
Comprehensive website featuring many locations in Norfolk
Geo-East: Geo-East is a partnership of organisations active in conserving and promoting Earth heritage in the six counties of the region.
Norfolk geodiversity site audit (ONLY compatible with Internet Explorer).
(1.5mb file; displays a spreadsheet with ten tabs; in case of stalling please press CTRL + F5 to refresh page)
The web site of Richard Corfield, scientist and science writer
History of the northwest European rivers during the past three
million years. a series of palaeogeographical maps illustrating
the evolution of the northern European drainage system over the
last 3 million years; compiled by Philip Gibbard
Quaternary Interglacial Cycles compiled by Iain White, University
of Portsmouth 1995, 2002
The Open University Geological Society. Long may it prosper!
The Geological Society
A University College London site about the geology of Cornwall
An authoritative site discussing and illustrating the Caledonian
Igneous Rocks of Great Britain
PROGEO, The European Association for the Conservation of the Geological
The British Geological Survey. Very comprehensive well worth a
few hours browsing.
The Quaternary Research Association. An excellent organisation
to belong to if you are interested in the East Anglian Pleistocene.
A research group in the Department of Geography & Earth Sciences,
Brunel University, studying active crustal movements in a variety
of geodynamic settings.
British Sedimentological Research Group. Their AGM will be held
at UEA in December
The International Association of Sedimentologists
Atlas of Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks, Minerals, and Textures.
Authoritative & informative
The Leverhulme Trust has awarded a grant of over £1,000,000
for a five-year study of the Ancient Human Occupation of Britain
OUGS East Anglia Branch
And here are some sites relevant to the
recent work at the Neanderthal/Mammoth site at Lynford:-