BGS is a data-rich organisation with over 400 datasets in its care.
GeoCoast is an integrated GIS package of datasets designed to inform and support coastal management and adaptation.
GeoCoast Open provides a range of historic images and diagrams extracted from our archives, memoirs and other publications, which can provide a reference for coastal change.
BGS has developed a suite of products, including maps and data, which show potential change in subsidence due to UKCP climate change scenarios
The BGS corrosivity dataset is a GIS layer supporting the management of underground iron assets that has been created in response to the growing awareness of the cost of maintenance of structures such as pipelines and building foundations.
The Geology of Britain viewer is a simple tool, aimed at the general public, which helps you explore the geology where you live.
Search BGS datasets using GeoIndex, a map-based index of a wealth of information that we have collected or have obtained from other sources.
The offshore GeoIndex shows the range of marine geoscience data held by the BGS within the National Geoscience Data Centre (NGDC).
The BGS Mineral Index is card catalogue of mineral intelligence references covering the years 1917–1980.
The vocabulary service has been implemented as a RESTful web service delivering lists of standardised terms covering a range of geoscience topics.
BGS geoscience vocabularies provide consistency in our classification systems by controlling the spelling and terms used in our data holdings.
Universal Decimal Classification (UDC) sequence for geographic areas.
A standard software interface offering data access or data processing services between computers or computer programs.
Convert British National Grid to latitude and longitude (WGS84) via online form, web service or bulk conversion.
Real-time monitoring of environmental phenomena is a large and growing area of interest at the BGS and wider research communities.
GeoIndex datasets have been made available as WMS. These web services allow you to bring the GeoIndex data layers into your own mapping software.
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