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Cityscape and underneath the ground
Many cities are developing 'future city' programmes where knowledge dissemination, cooperation, policy reform and urban design run in parallel with big data and smart technologies. We are working with those at the forefront of future cities thinking to ensure that urban geoscience research and data is embedded in this process and the value of the ground beneath cities is realised.


Rachel sampling
Updated information on Vale of Pickering environmental baseline monitoring. New realtime seismicity data and preliminary radon and soil gas results.


Maremap map
The BGS is working with The Crown Estate to understand seabed development opportunities across UK Continental Shelf, by creating a seabed constraints analysis derived from new Geological Factor maps.


National geological model
Plans to generate better data through a National Geophysical Survey extend BGS National Geological Model.


Woman with water in a glass
See our newly updated UK Baseline pages, with free access to 35 baseline groundwater chemistry reports and new map search tool.


Closed filing cabinet
The card catalogue records items added to the BGS Library service from 1970 to the mid 1980s, when the computerised catalogue ENVIROLIB began.


Eight new soil and sediment geochemical maps and data (Ba, Ca, Hf, Sm, Si, Sr, Ti, Zr) for south west England now available to download.


UAV gas monitoring
The British Geological Survey and QuestUAV Ltd, with co-funding from Innovate UK, are developing a small unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) gas detection system aimed at the energy sector.


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For a glimpse into our student's research and their wonderful and varied field trips read some of the contributions they have made to the BGS Blog – GeoBlogy


Further periods of intense or prolonged rainfall could potentially lead to localised groundwater flooding.


BGS logo to colour in
The Cartographics team at BGS have been busy thinking how we can brighten up the dull, dark month of January after the Christmas cheer. In keeping with the current craze for mindful colouring, we've created a series of maps and images, using our geological data, that you can colour in. Grab your pencils and start feeler calmer, less stressed and more at peace. Share your creations with us.


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A round up of metrics for December 2015.


Waterfall A11980
Find out more about how geology influences flooding.


We are a node of the NERC Isotope Geosciences Facilities, focussed on (1) uranium-daughter geochronology (U-Pb, Th-Pb and U-Th) applied to a broad range of geoscience topics, and (2) isotope tracers (e.g., Si, Cu, Sr, Pb, U) for a range of contemporary environmental processes (e.g., biosphere mapping, hydrology, depleted uranium). We work with the UK HEI community and international partners to deliver research, method development and training.


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NERC provides world-leading scientific facilities, research ships, aircraft, analytical facilities, satellite data processing, supercomputers and specialist equipment. This page lists the earth science facilities managed by BGS.


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A round up of metrics for November 2015.


Petroleum geoscience
The Petroleum geoscience team have created some new web pages detailing their project areas.


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Earthwise, the digital publication channel for the British Geological Survey is now available.


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The 2014/15 BGS annual science review is now available to view online.


BGS holds over 100km of drill core
As part of the move to Heriot Watt, parts of the NGR will be unavailable for short periods of time. We will post here lists of items affected.


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