G-BASE data

The Geochemical Baseline Survey of the Environment (G-BASE) is a major BGS project that has completed geochemical sampling across the UK. The results from this sampling campaign are available here.

G-BASE for the UK G-BASE for the UK
Geochemical data from stream sediment, water, soil and more recently vegetation samples (at drainage sites) for the UK.
G-BASE for south west England G-BASE for south-west England
Soil and stream sediment geochemistry data are now available for south-west England as a stand-alone dataset.
London Earth London Earth
Data from the high-density geochemical survey of Greater London and surrounding areas.

Related research

G-BASE for southm west England G-BASE project

The Geochemical Baseline Survey of the Environment (G-BASE) is a major BGS project that carried out an annual campaign of geochemical sampling within many parts of the UK. Our core function is to provide a national capability in baseline geochemical mapping.

SoilSustainable soils

Research into processes in the 'critical zone', which we rely upon to grow food, maintain ecosystems, filter water and store carbon in the biosphere.

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Hutton field: well correlation diagram.