Scientists from BGS have published a new paper in Nature Geoscience mapping out the quantity and quality of the world's most important aquifer.
Read more about groundwater resilience to climate change and abstraction in the Indo-Gangetic basin
BGS Civils is a new suite of datasets developed to facilitate desk study screening for ground engineering projects. The dataset contains seven layers describing engineering properties for soils and rocks nationwide including strength, bulking volumes and corrosivity.
Read more about BGS Civils
NERC has commissioned five highly ambitious research programmes, worth £34m, that will see its research centres, including the BGS, working closely together to tackle major scientific and societal challenges.
Read more about these ambitious new projects
iGeology Version 4 for iOS has been released! A redesigned user interface and improved offline capabilities make it easier than ever to learn about the geology beneath your feet!
Find out about more new features in iGeology.
The BGS, with partners from the universities of Manchester, Liverpool, Bristol, Birmingham and York (National Centre for Atmospheric Science), is carrying out a science-based environmental monitoring programme in the Vale of Pickering, North Yorkshire.
Read more about the programme.
17/05/2016 – The DOSECC drilling team reached a milestone depth of 1000 m below the seafloor with Core 192R!
Read more about the Chicxulub expedition
Various mobile friendly versions of apps on the BGS website
A walk through geological time at BGS Keyworth, now available to browse online