Historical geology, History of the Earth, Epochs, Eras, Time zone, Sequence stratigraphy, Datums, Events
A portfolio of some of the best websites worldwide on historical geology/stratigraphy, selected for you by a professional geologist. With links to sites on specific fossil groups and evolution.
One of the main sites for geological information worldwide . This is one of over 50 link pages plus there are many original articles. Try our site specific SEARCH ENGINE to find the information you want or go to our MAIN INDEX page. Or try our site specific ORIGINAL articles, FREE geological stuff, or use our HOMEWORK AND TUTORIAL GUIDE .
Geology of India, map and stratigraphic column
Australia through time, stratigraphic column
New Zealand, Sedimentary basins, summary
France, Fossils and stratigraphy of over 20 sites (in French)
Dauphine and Provence Alps, France, Comparative Stratigraphy of Liassic Sediments
Lyme Regis - Geology, Pt. 1 - (Lower Jurassic) Introduction
Osmington - Geology, Pt. 1 - (U. Jurassic, Corallian) - Introduction
Portland - Geology, Isle of, Pt. 1 - General
South Coast Geological Guides - Introduction & Maps
Solent Shores - Geology, Tertiary - Quaternary
Chalk, The White Cliffs of Dover
East Kent, Geology, fossils
The Geology of the Yorkshire Chalk
Berwickshire, Geology, unconformity
Alaska, The Pleistocene Gubik Formation, Skull Cliff, Alaska
Arkansas, Ouachitas, Structure, Stratigraphy, and Sedimentology of Paleozoic Rocks
California, San Diego County, General geology, Quaternary to Jurassic.
California, St. Patrick's Point, Mesozoic and Quaternary geology.
Colorado, PlateauJurassic - Cenozoic Strata of the Colorado Plateau
Montana, Stratigraphy of Central Montana
New York, Rochester, Geological history.
Late Mesozoic Geology of Texas, major reference with map, stratigraphic details, formation names etc.
Utah, Cottonwod Canyon, Precambrian clastic sedimentology and stratigraphy field trips.
Wisconsin, Michegan, Midcontinent rift system, stratigraphy, structure and mineralisation
Colorado, Southeastern Colorado, Cretaceous-Tertiary Boundary Impact Layer