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thames shore mudlarking finds - Google Search

thames shore mudlarking finds - Google Search

thames shore mudlarking finds - Google Search

DECEMBER 2012 PART I - Thames And Field 4

Mudlarks and Mudlarking The official site of Thames and Field metal detecting society. We are a club who mainly go Mudlarking on The River Thames Some of our members are members of the Society of Thames Mudlarks

Mudlarking

Mudlarking on the Thames, London - By 1600 pieces of German Stoneware were imported into Britain a year, when the population of London was only and Britain's population was under 5 million.

Prehistoric shark's tooth

Thames treasures: mudlarking finds from the foreshore – 3D pictures and audio

Thames treasures: mudlarking finds from the foreshore – pictures and audio

Shark tooth fossil  Shark tooth fossil from Barton-on-Sea, Hampshire, UK The Barton Clay, Eocene

Shark tooth fossil Shark tooth fossil from Barton-on-Sea, Hampshire, UK The Barton Clay, Eocene

Mudlarking finds from http://mudlarking.blogspot.co.uk/#

Mudlarking finds from http://mudlarking.blogspot.co.uk/#

MessageToEagle.com – Located in Siberia, the Batagaika Crater is known as the “Gateway to the Underworld” by local people…

Batagaika Crater: Gateway To A Mysterious Underground World Can Unlock The Secrets Of Our Planet’s Past And Future

http://geology.about.com/od/more_sedrocks/ig/concretionpics/concmushroom.htm

What Do Concretions Look Like?

Gallery of Concretions: Mushroom Shaped Concretion, Topeka, Kansas

Acasta Gneiss, NW Canada. The oldest known rock on Planet Earth (4.031 Billion…

Acasta Gneiss, NW Can: the oldest known rock on Earth Ba old +/- Ba) DC Smithsonian Mus. of NatHist

Only the south side of the Thames is open to the general public for beachcombing, but if you want to scrape or dig you will need a licence from the PLA. Description from theguardian.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Go beachcombing for lost treasure

Thames treasures: mudlarking finds from the foreshore – pictures and audio

recumbent fold

Folds are some of the most common geological phenomena you see in the world – a geological fold occurs when planar (usually sedimentary) l.

Wild Treasures: Kent Beachcombing Guide - Copt Point Folkestone

Copt Point at Folkestone is one of the best places in the UK to go beach combing in my opinion. You can find all sorts of things.

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