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DOUBTS have emerged that a small earthquake reported in the Yorkshire Dales earlier this week was genuine.

2015-01-09


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Analysis reveals which nations must refrain from exploiting much of their carbon-based energy resources if temperatures are to rise by no more than 2 °C this century.

2015-01-08


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A new set of charts predicting the Earth's magnetic field for the next five years has been released by the British Geological Survey and the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

2015-01-06


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The Government has agreed to fund a study into whether Cheshire East could generate long-term, renewable energy from geothermal power.

2015-01-05


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AN earthquake struck Leyburn in North Yorkshire - but fortunately the earth failed to move for anyone!

2015-01-05


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British Geological Survey have confirmed the tremor to have a magnitude of 1.9.

2014-12-24


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Sheep wearing digital collars and sensors along the riverbank could be a common sight in rural Wales, if smart technology takes hold.

2014-12-24


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Experts are examining how Internet of Things could work in the country

2014-12-23


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A study released last week shows that coastal cities in 2050 may see as much as 30 days of flooding annually.

2014-12-23


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Welcome to the first-ever guest post on the GeoEd Trek blog!

2014-12-22


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David Tappin, marine geologist and principal researcher at the British Geological Survey, interview about The Boxing Day Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami in 2004.

2014-12-22


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Activity on the Sun has heightened the chances of seeing the Aurora Borealis on dark clear nights this weekend.

2014-12-19


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If you plan to be living in New York or San Francisco a few decades from now, it might be a good idea to purchase a boat

2014-12-18


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Despite a recent setback, scientists say the North East has the potential to become the site of the UK’s first geothermal energy scheme in decades

2014-12-17


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The UK Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) is making £2.5m available to encourage development of CO2 storage in the North Sea.

2014-12-17


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The Earth's magnetic field has been used for navigation since ancient times. Magnetic navigation has continued to improve alongside transportation technologies so that now magnetic models are used in planes, ships and even in your smartphones.

2014-12-16


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Morrison Construction has been confirmed as the main contractor for the Lyell Centre for Earth and Marine Science and Technology. It will be the Scottish headquarters for the British Geological Survey (BGS) and a joint research centre between the organisation and Heriot-Watt University for geological, petroleum and marine sciences.

2014-12-09


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Brian Baptie, seismologist at the British Geological Survey told MailOnline: 'Micro earthquakes are small.

2014-12-02


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Harry Bucknall recounts three very different Viking incidents in Dorset over three centuries

2014-11-27


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We live on an ever-changing planet. Volcanoes emerge from the oceans; landslides transport millions of tonnes of material down hills and mountains causing billions of pounds of damage; coastlines and glaciers retreat at almost visible rates. But can we do anything about it? Lee Jones says we can.

2014-11-21

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