|Coverage||Many urban areas in Great Britain|
|Price||Available on request. Subject to number of users, licence fee and data preparation fee.
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The Geochemical Baseline Survey of the Environment (G-BASE) is a major BGS project and has an annual campaign of geochemical sampling within many parts of the UK.
An integral part of the G-BASE mapping programme is to map and establish the soil geochemical baselines of urban areas. These data provide unique soil chemical information for the urban environment and are used to:
Applications are relevant to human health, land use planning and development, urban regeneration and contaminated land legislation.
Data from this project is available under license.
Contact Digital Data for more information.