As part of the Five Deeps Expedition team, scientists from BGS have surveyed in detail the deepest reaches of the Java and South Sandwich trenches.
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Porphyry deposits provide around 75 per cent of the world’s copper, which is in increasing demand as a major raw material in power infrastructure and green technologies.
This new instrument will be used to characterise the geochemistry of microscopic, solid-rock materials.
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Heat recovery and storage in the urban subsurface could offer part of the solution to decarbonise energy supplies.
Data from the Glasgow Observatory will help us to understand coal-mine-water heat and sustainable ways of heating our cities.
Increasing the amount of renewable energy that generates clean electricity will require a transition from natural gas to hydrogen and to store heat/cool in rocks.