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Groundwater contamination and escaping methane are weighty issues in the fracking world. Professor Michael Stephenson, of the British Geological Survey, discussed both at a recent SCI lecture in London.

2015-03-01


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“We want to showcase what volcanologists around the world are doing,” says Sue Loughlin, a volcanologist at the British Geological Survey in Edinburgh and another leader of the survey.

2015-03-03


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A new report by the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction will rank the world’s deadliest volcanoes and provide information on relevant risk prevention measures.

2015-03-04


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UK boatbuild expert Cheetah Marine has delivered a newbuild catamaran to the Geological Survey of Ireland (GIS) Inshore Mapping Programme

2015-03-11


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Lancaster University's AuroraWatch UK has issued its second highest alert for sightings of the aurora borealis.

2015-03-17


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PEOPLE in Worcestershire MIGHT have a chance of catching sight of the northern lights tonight, according to the Met Office.

2015-03-17


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Universities set to work together with Nottinghamshire-based British Geological Survey (BGS) .

2015-03-18


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The discovery of the remains of Richard III beneath a car parking lot in the English city of Leicester in 2012 sparked excitement around the world

2015-03-22


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A rare early copy of William Smith’s 1815 Geological Map of England and Wales, previously thought lost, has been uncovered by Geological Society archivists

2015-03-23


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Aston University will expand its research and business partnerships in new low carbon chemical markets with government backing for its 5BIO Midlands Research Accelerator project.

2015-03-23


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The massive void, north Kent's fifth in a year, appeared in Oliver Road in the early hours of Thursday morning, measuring five or six metres in diameter and around three metres deep.

2015-03-24


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Engineers and construction companies will be able to tell what’s under the ground before they start digging after a data-analysis company was given access to troves of information.

2015-03-27