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Monitoring groundwater methane
The UK Geoenergy Observatories project was formerly known as the Energy Security & Innovation Observing System for the Subsurface (ESIOS).

2017-07-05


Informatics' 3D visualisation suite
New BGS Informatics pages released

2017-06-23


Tromino
In 2012 the BGS acquired a modern passive seismic measurement unit (Tromino) to complement the existing suite of near-surface geophysical equipment.

2017-04-26


WWW
This weekend a major upgrade to network services at our Keyworth office is taking place. Most web and information services will remain available throughout the duration of the work but there may be short interruptions to services at any time during Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 April. The services subject to possible interruption include the main website, the online shop, all our hosted sites such as OneGeology, all our webservices and some mobile app functionality.

2017-04-20


GeoSciML logo
On 15 March 2017 the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC®) announced that GeoSciML was approved and published with full documentation as an OGC Standard. The OGC GeoSciML Standard defines a model and the encoding for geological features commonly described and portrayed in geological maps, cross sections, geological reports and databases.

2017-03-22


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There will be intermittent disruptions affecting a wide range of our web services from Tuesday 21 March throughout the rest of the week while we undertake database maintenance. Apologies for any inconvenience.

2017-03-16


Anglesey bridge
We are very pleased to announce that week beginning 6th March 2017, BGS Cardiff Office is relocating to Cardiff University. BGS Cardiff Office and switchboard will reopen on the Cardiff University campus on Thursday 9th March.

2017-03-03


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Over the last few days we have made some considerable changes to the infrastructure of our main website (www.bgs.ac.uk) and its hosted sites. We thank you for your patience while we fix any remaining issues. Found a bug? Please let us know!

2017-03-01


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The BGS website and hosted sites such as OneGeology will be temporarily offline for essential maintenance from 12:00 on Monday 27 February. Hopefully normal services will resume within the hour. Apologies for any inconvenience.

2017-02-24


SSP logo
Check out our updated Earthquakes and UK School Seismology pages.

2017-01-24


Sampling water supplies in Cornwall
The Bedhampton and Havant spring complex in Hampshire is one of the best examples of Chalk karst springs in the UK. This an overview of the karst hydrogeology in the catchment of the springs.

2017-01-18


Cymmie
The Eli Simpson Archive is an extensive collection of material covering caves and caving in Yorkshire and Derbyshire. It was compiled by Eli Simpson (1884–1962), the founder of the British Speleological Association (now the British Cave Research Association (BCRA)), with contributions from other members.

2017-01-04


WWW
On 19/12/2016 we refreshed the design of the BGS website.

2016-12-19


Offshore surveying
Update on the current cruise to Tropic Seamount to analyse ferromanganese crusts

2016-11-23


Report on a responsive visit to a sinkhole at Magdalen Road, Ripon on 11 November 2016.
Report on a responsive visit to a sinkhole at Magdalen Road, Ripon on 11 November 2016.

2016-11-11


BGS roundel
The latest version of the organisational structure of BGS is now available.

2016-11-04


ASR 15/16
Download our latest Science Review highlighting the key projects and research we undertook during 2015–2016.

2016-11-04


Tracer testing in Berkshire Chalk
This knowledge exchange project concerns the Chalk and Jurassic and Permian limestones of England. These are soluble-carbonate aquifers in which caves are uncommon and karst often not well-recognised.

2016-11-01


Catchment processes
Instructions for opening the Eddleston 3D model pdf

2016-10-24


Shale gas properties
In October 2016, the BGS, in association with the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA), completed an estimate for the amount of shale oil and shale gas in the Jurassic of the Wessex area. This is an extension to the Weald Basin study in south-east England that was published on 23 May 2014.

2016-10-13

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