GSNI at 70
GeoWeek, across the UK between 5 and 13 May 2018, introduces geoscience to the public through outdoor activities — urban, rural or coastal fieldwork.
Improved disaster response in Commonwealth states and tropical disease control are among the goals of 10 new projects involving British space organisations, Science Minister Sam Gyimah announced on 8 February. A new BGS-led project is: Modelling Exposure Through Earth Observation Routines (METEOR): EO-based Exposure, Nepal and Tanzania Grant: £2.8 million.
Project Iceberg — creating a digital picture of the ground beneath our cities. How can we address the serious issue of the lack of information about urban underground space and support integrated city data management?
As part of its 70th anniversary celebrations, the Geological Survey Northern Ireland held a symposium in W5, Belfast, to showcase its achievements over the decades and its commitment to public service.
Climate through time online is an interactive version of the popular poster map, but includes examples of where you might find some of the rock types in the UK and Ireland.
BGS leads a consortium to conduct Environmental Baseline Monitoring in the UK.
Read more about Environmental Baseline Monitoring
Various mobile friendly versions of apps on the BGS website
A walk through geological time at BGS Keyworth, now available to browse online