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

2015-01-09


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Adam Rutherford speaks to Dave Tappin, on the 10 year anniversary of the South-East Asian Tsunami.

2015-01-11


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Landmark Information Group has released a sample dataset of JBA Risk Management's latest UK Comprehensive Flood Map data. - See more at: http://www.industrytoday.co.uk/Construction/jba-comprehensive-flood-map-launches-on-landmark-labs/33449#sthash.hhWP02L4.dpuf

2015-01-12


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Three small earthquakes have been recorded at Durness, the largest village in the remote north-western corner of Scotland.

2015-01-12


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Britain's government has introduced a series of measures in an attempt to arrest the slide in UK North Sea activity

2015-01-14


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Two University of Bristol academics are part of a UK consortium, led by the British Geological Survey (BGS), which will carry out research at two proposed hydraulic fracturing (‘fracking’) sites in Lancashire.

2015-01-15


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Geology experts will carry out independent monitoring of two fracking sites in Lancashire if they are given the green light.

2015-01-15


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An independent research will be carried out to monitor two fracking sites in Lancashire if they are given the go-ahead, geology experts announced.

2015-01-15


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A new fund to ensure safety and sustainability are at the forefront of any drilling for shale gas and oil in the UK has been announced today by UK minister for business, enterprise & energy, Matthew Hancock.

2015-01-15


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Other researchers see earlier beginning to the human-dominated age.

2015-01-16


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Chancellor visits major research and development hubs in the north-west to build further on his vision for a northern powerhouse.

2015-01-16


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Chancellor of the Exchequer speaks at the official opening of the University of Chester's science park

2015-01-16


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DID you feel the earth move at 3am today? Chances are it was a 'micro earthquake' recorded in Warrington by the British Geological Survey.

2015-01-19


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Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne last week announced that the government will allocate £31m of funding to create world-class subsurface research test centres through NERC.

2015-01-19


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THE new science park at the University of Chester was officially opened by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne.

2015-01-19


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"It can be very difficult to predict collapse because there is very little surface evidence of the features," says Dr Vanessa Banks, an expert in shallow geohazards and risk at the British Geological Survey.

2015-01-20

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