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Ripon Ure Bank 1997
The exceptional winter storms encountered in the UK this year have contributed to an increase in the incidence of sinkholes and landslides, the British Geological Survey (BGS) report today.


Sampling in the field
The University of Nottingham and the British Geological Society (BGS) have joined forces to develop a new Centre for Environmental Geochemistry (CEG).


Critical metal
The first truly authoritative book on critical metals has been published by the British Geological Survey (BGS) in collaboration with Wiley and the American Geophysical Union.


NERC doctoral training
NERC is funding research, skills and technologies, aimed at helping the oil and gas sector put environmental science at the heart of responsible management of our planet


NERC doctoral training
The Minister for Universities and Science, David Willetts, today announced £100m of new NERC investment in 15 Doctoral Training Partnerships (DTPs), which specialise in training environmental science PhD students.


Sir Charles Lyell (1797-1875)
The British Geological Survey (BGS) and Heriot-Watt University are joining forces to create a new centre for earth and marine science and technology.


Laki fissure
The British Geological Survey is celebrating progress in a Government-led partnership to better understand risks to the UK from Iceland's volcanoes this week by publishing a Cabinet Office-commissioned report online.


BGS Edinburgh Open Day
Scientists at the British Geological Survey (BGS) in Edinburgh will be opening the doors and manning their exhibits, experiments and displays at an open day on Saturday 28th September 2013.


G-BASE sampling in London
The British Geological Survey (BGS) celebrates the completion of its 40 year national geochemical field survey on the Isle of Wight tomorrow.


CO2 stored logo
The Crown Estate and the British Geological Survey have launched a new online mapping tool for the CO2 Stored website.


Laser survey scanning of landslides
New research by the British Geological Survey (BGS), presented at the 2013 British Science Festival in Newcastle, is showing that the increase in the number of landslides that occurred in 2012 is continuing in 2013.


3D fossil
The British Geological Survey (BGS) along with JISC is today launching the world's first 3D Virtual Fossil Collection - browse and download thousands of 3D digital fossil models and quality images (many in 3D) in the comfort of your own home.


Tellus South West logo
The British Geological Survey (BGS) is leading an aerial survey (Tellus South West) over South West England to map its geology, natural resources and environment.


Bowland shale gas study area
The British Geological Survey in association with DECC has completed an estimate for the resource (gas-in-place) of shale gas in part of central Britain in an area between Wrexham and Blackpool in the west, and Nottingham and Scarborough in the east.


Royal Society Chartermark
Visitors to the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition in London from 2 – 7 July will not only learn how glaciers flow forward and melt back but how they help us travel across time as well.


CO2 stored logo
The Crown Estate and the British Geological Survey have launched a new website, CO2 Stored, giving access to world-leading information on carbon dioxide (CO2) storage data around the UK continental shelf.


BGS Open Day 2013
An adventure-filled time awaits those visiting the British Geological Survey for its Open Day at their headquarters in Nottingham this Saturday 8th June.


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Experts from academia, government and industry have signed a collaborative research agreement that will provide invaluable knowledge to reduce risk and guide the development of commercial multi-user offshore storage sites for carbon dioxide.


Tetrapod World: early evolution and diversification
To explain how life evolved from fish-like vertebrates 360 million years ago, scientists from the British Geological Survey (BGS) and its partners are drilling a deep borehole at a location near Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland.


Arctic meltown
New work published today, by scientists from the British Geological Survey (BGS), shows how the very rapid retreat of Iceland's glaciers during the last 10 years – unprecedented in over 80 years of measurements - is due to a combination of interlinked processes driven by warmer summers.


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