Permian magnesian limestones in the York city walls.
The slides from my Lifelong Learning class on the Geology of York can be downloaded as a PowerPoint file (Geology_of_York) or a PDF (Geology_of_York).
The paper by Hall et al. (2010) on the glacial and post-glacial geology of the Vale of York can be downloaded here.
The History of York website gives a brief summary of the prehistory of the city.
Sources of Building Material in Roman York (Gaunt & Buckland 2002) can be downloaded here.
The London Pavement Geology website, run by Dr Ruth Siddall, which includes York building stone sites, can be found here.
A biography of Martin Lister on the Yorkshire Philosophical Society website can be read here.
3D Geology of York – the British Geological Survey has produced a 3D model of the geology beneath York, which can be downloaded here.
The PowerPoint slides for my class on February 6th can be downloaded here: 2016_FossilsYorksCoast_SML
Fossil hunting in North Yorkshire (UK Fossils Network guide)
Lower Jurassic of Yorkshire (Geological Conservation Review guide)
Middle Jurassic of Yorkshire (Geological Conservation Review guide)
Upper Jurassic of Yorkshire (Geological Conservation Review guide)
Yorkshire’s Jurassic Park (National Trust)
Fossils & Geology (Whitby Museum)
Fossils of the Whitby Coast: A Photographic Guide (Dean M. Lomax)
Geology & Palaeontology of Staithes (Ian M. West, Southampton University)
Whilst you’re waiting with anticipation for the audio recording to go live on YouTube, here is a link to the PowerPoint slides for the Lifelong Learning public lecture I gave on Thursday 19th of February:
Sat. 14th March 2015, 9.30am-4.30 pm – A Geological History of Britain, University of York.
Sun. 14th June 2015, 2pm and 3.30 pm – Professor Herring’s Natural Hystery of York. Festival of Ideas, York Museum Gardens.
Fri. 18th-Sun. 20th Sept. 2015 – Yorkshire Fossil Festival, Rotunda Museum, Scarborough.