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PEOPLE in Worcestershire MIGHT have a chance of catching sight of the northern lights tonight, according to the Met Office.

2015-03-17


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Lancaster University's AuroraWatch UK has issued its second highest alert for sightings of the aurora borealis.

2015-03-17


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UK boatbuild expert Cheetah Marine has delivered a newbuild catamaran to the Geological Survey of Ireland (GIS) Inshore Mapping Programme

2015-03-11


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A new report by the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction will rank the world’s deadliest volcanoes and provide information on relevant risk prevention measures.

2015-03-04


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“We want to showcase what volcanologists around the world are doing,” says Sue Loughlin, a volcanologist at the British Geological Survey in Edinburgh and another leader of the survey.

2015-03-03


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Groundwater contamination and escaping methane are weighty issues in the fracking world. Professor Michael Stephenson, of the British Geological Survey, discussed both at a recent SCI lecture in London.

2015-03-01


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An innovative collaboration between universities, research institutions, government funding bodies and the E&P industry promises to change the face of doctoral petroleum geoscience training in the UK. Keith Gerdes, Chair of the Industrial Advisory Board for the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)’s Centre for Doctoral Training for Oil and Gas, tells us about this important development.

2015-02-28


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Earthquake expert Julian Bukits, an assistant seismologist at the British Geological Society, answers the big questions on earthquakes

2015-02-27


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According to the British Geological Survey, roughly 50% of Sub-Saharan Africa’s population lives on crystalline basement geology, where groundwater occurs in fractures and weathered pockets, and therefore cannot be found everywhere. This geology is characterised by highly variable borehole yields.

2015-02-27


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An earthquake which rocked the Channel Islands triggered more than 100 reports from shaken residents.

2015-02-27


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BGS explained to DeSmog UK, in the context of its study “we refer to ‘hydraulic fracturing’ as the whole process from drilling right through to flow back fluid/waste water disposal including the actual process of hydraulic fracturing itself”...

2015-02-26


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Channel Islanders experienced a minor earthquake on Wednesday night.

2015-02-26


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Cornerstone Capital Resources Inc announces results from prospecting and geological mapping surveys carried out on its wholly owned Caña Brava property located in south-central Ecuador.

2015-02-26


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Brian Baptie is from the British Geological Survey.

2015-02-26


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Jon Busby, Team Leader Renewables, Energy Storage and Clean Coal at the British Geological Survey details the benefits of deep geothermal heat sources in the UK…

2015-02-24


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Nowadays Arabia is a fierce desert, but it was once densely vegetated, and could have been a home to the first humans that left Africa

2015-02-23


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Heriot-Watt University is setting up a new Centre for Energy Economics Research and Policy with funding of £1.25m over three years from BP.

2015-02-23


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State-of-the-art forensic technology has revealed a blow-by-blow account of the English Monarch’s final moments in 1485

2015-02-19


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Minecraft is the best-selling independent game of all time, but its use in the real world – in urban development, mapping, history and the arts – makes it a crucial resource for building the future, says David Crookes Minecraft is the best-selling independent game of all time, but its use in the real world – in urban development, mapping, history and the arts – makes it a crucial resource for building the future, says David Crookes

2015-02-18


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Space weather has the potential to have a massive negative impact on space and Earth based systems that we take for granted, such as communications networks.

2015-02-16

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