Historical background
Geological time charts
Fossil pages
Who am I
For a general background to Sheppey and a history of collecting at the site click on the image above
To look at the position of the Ypresian period and maps of Sheppey click on the image above
To access the main fossil directory click on the image above
For those who are interested in relating to a person, you can visit me or mail me by clicking on the image above

Very few minerals occur naturally on Sheppey, those that do can be easily found except for amber which is very rare.

Can these be called modern fossils. Crabs in concretions less than two thousand years old
Coastal erosion

occassional finds

London Clay species list

Coastal erosion is of major concern for some residents on Sheppey, as the cliffs are receding at an alarming rate. Great for fossil nuts though.

Pdf Files

Septarian nodules

New page septarian nodules2

A list of the species found in the London clayof the UK, not exclusive to Sheppey

New - Division B1/B2 the Isselicrinus subbasaltiformis zone of the London Clay present on Sheppey