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An international team of researchers, including BGS geoscientists, have succeeded in acquiring a continuous record of environmental data using fossilised coral from Hawai’i.
BGS geohazard scientist Roxana Ciurean has been named amongst new policy fellows for the Scottish Government.
BGS adds more than 60 new carbon dioxide storage units to its national carbon dioxide storage database
BGS has delivered its first major update of the national carbon dioxide storage database, CO2 Stored.
BGS scientists have trialled a new way of detecting animal burrows in clay flood embankments.
BGS marine geoscientists travelled to Ascension Island to support its government with an ongoing, conservation-driven mapping programme.
Scientists at BGS will lead a new four-year project that will enhance our understanding of gravel barrier systems across the coastlines of the UK.
A BGS essay on groundwater and drought has been included in the Environment Agency’s review of the research and scientific understanding of drought.
BGS’s landslide team has been designated a World Centre of Excellence on landslide risk reduction by the International Consortium on Landslides.
Looking at innovative ways of creating resilience to flooding hazards with natural flood management.
The conference took place at BGS’s headquarters in Keyworth, Nottinghamshire, on 21 November 2023.
BGS has published a detailed evidence report that underpins a deep geothermal White Paper.