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Britain prepares to welcome its first new metal-producing mine in more than 50 years.

2015-05-05


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An earthquake measuring magnitude 6.7 has struck Papua New Guinea, with an even bigger aftershock measuring 7.1.

2015-05-02


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Europe's Sentinel-1a satellite has got its first good look at the aftermath of Saturday's big quake in Nepal.

2015-04-29


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Tremendous force builds up as two large tectonic plates are being forced up against and under each other.

2015-04-28


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The worst earthquake in Nepal for 80 years has devastated swathes of the country – flattening villages, cutting off communities and killing over 3,800 people.

2015-04-27


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Nepal’s devastating earthquake was the disaster experts knew was coming.

2015-04-26


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The Channel Tunnel is in danger of a major destructive earthquake that could also threaten the entire of Britain, warn experts.

2015-04-20


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The Location Information Specialist Group (LISG), part of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, is delighted to announce that Open Addresses has been selected to take the Digital National Framework (DNF) forward

2015-04-20


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Danger: London and the Home Counties could be headed for a major quake following the discovery of some new fault lines

2015-04-19


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Based on an analysis of samples from a single well drilled near London's Gatwick airport, UK Oil and Gas Investments estimates there could be 158 million barrels per square mile in the local area.

2015-04-10


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The East Kent Coalfields are on the very eastern edge of the Weald Basin which today has promised new wealth of oil – but will it meet the same sorry end as the mines?

2015-04-09


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There is no reason to believe any exploration would end up being economically viable

2015-04-07


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Prolonged wet winters are washing away our landscapes leaving some parts of the county literally slipping into a big black hole. But just how are these holes created and what are we falling into?

2015-04-05


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Researchers in the School of Geographical Sciences recently published the first ever study of the effects of snow and wind on the ecology of micro-organisms on the Greenland Ice Sheet.

2015-03-31


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Engineers and construction companies will be able to tell what’s under the ground before they start digging after a data-analysis company was given access to troves of information.

2015-03-27


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The massive void, north Kent's fifth in a year, appeared in Oliver Road in the early hours of Thursday morning, measuring five or six metres in diameter and around three metres deep.

2015-03-24


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Aston University will expand its research and business partnerships in new low carbon chemical markets with government backing for its 5BIO Midlands Research Accelerator project.

2015-03-23


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A rare early copy of William Smith’s 1815 Geological Map of England and Wales, previously thought lost, has been uncovered by Geological Society archivists

2015-03-23


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The discovery of the remains of Richard III beneath a car parking lot in the English city of Leicester in 2012 sparked excitement around the world

2015-03-22


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Universities set to work together with Nottinghamshire-based British Geological Survey (BGS) .

2015-03-18

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