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The British Geological Survey (BGS) in partnership with The Environment Agency (EA) have published a series of maps which show the depth to each shale gas and oil source rock below principal groundwater aquifers in England and Wales.

2014-07-08


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The earthquake registered 2.9 on the Richter Scale and caused the ground to tremor in the Fort William and its surrounding areas

2014-07-04


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A major study into the potential of fracking to contaminate drinking water with methane has been published.

2014-07-03


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THE study from the British Geological Survey says Scotland has only a modest amount of shale gas and oil.

2014-06-30


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It was an integral part of the war effort with their expertise providing recommendations for everything from the type of sand to use in trench sand bags – so as to provide maximum protection against enemy fire without being impossible to move when sodden with water – to where to find clean drinking water on the Western Front.

2014-06-24


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Hugh Barron, team leader with the British Geological Survey in Edinburgh, Scotland, gave a presenation on the internationally significant geology of western Newfoundland at a meeting on a Global Geopark, held at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University on Tuesday, June 10, 2014.

2014-06-11


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... ‘A Stratigraphical Basis for the Anthropocene’ published by The Geological Society and edited by Dr Jan Zalasiewicz and Professor Mark Williams from the University of Leicester’s Department of Geology in collaboration with colleagues from the British Geological Survey. They examine the evidence to suggest that we now live in a new epoch - the Anthropocene, in which humans have changed the global landscape in which we live.

2014-06-09


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The Tellus South West project has mapped the soils, rocks, landscape and ecology to unprecedented depth and detail. It could prove crucial to understanding or preventing flooding in North Devon and further afield – including the revelation that run off from here helped feed floods in Somerset earlier this year that left communities cut off for weeks.

2014-06-06


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...experts from the British Geological Survey reckon it may have been an aircraft breaking the sound barrier on Thursday lunchtime.

2014-06-06


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As a seismologist with the British Geological Survey based in Edinburgh, people may well wonder what we do all day? by Glenn Ford

2014-05-25


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Earthquakes in the "most seismically active" area in the British Isles appear to have stopped, according to the British Geological Survey (BGS).

2014-05-24


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Government hopes that Britain can emulate the US by starting a shale-gas revolution have been knocked back after a long-awaited report unexpectedly concluded there was no potential in fracking for gas in the Weald region of southern England.

2014-05-23


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Recently there has been a glut of stories about sinkholes appearing across parts of the UK, including one of the biggest ever seen in the Peak District. But once the ground opens up, how do you fill in a massive hole?

2014-05-10


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A new BGS report offers businesses and policymakers information on where to find the minerals needed to guarantee economic growth of their markets and countries in order to ensure commercial growth and mitigate supply risk to maintain mineral independence.

2014-05-02


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A British Geological Survey (BGS) monitoring station in Charnwood Forest, about 25 miles (40km) away, indicated the shock lasted several minutes. The BGS said indications are that it originated 2.5 miles (4km) below ground. It was reportedly also felt in Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire...

2014-04-17


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A 3.2 magnitude earthquake near Oakham, Rutland, which was felt up to 28 miles away, is being investigated by seismologists. The BGS said the 28-mile distance over which the quake was felt was not unusual for an event of its size. It has so far received more than 180 reports from local people...

2014-04-17


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A LANDSLIDE that caused two acres of farmland to slip away has caved in a stretch of road near Pencombe... The British Geological Survey indicates that, with winter rainfall increasing, these incidents are becoming more frequent.

2014-04-09


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Six publicly funded research institutes have won Athena SWAN awards for promoting good employment practices for women in science

2014-04-03


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LONDON, April 2 (Reuters) - Mining firms are looking favourably at Britain as a project destination with deposits of strategic metals leading a small mining revival following the launch of the country's first new metal mine in 45 years.

2014-04-02


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Blow to Government attempts to increase public support for fracking as report by academics from British Geological Survey and Durham University warns that wells could leak.

2014-03-25

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