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.
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BGS scientists are studying the diets of ancient British wolves and how they adapted to changing environments.
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Areas from the Highlands to south-west England have the right geology to be prospective for several critical raw materials such as lithium and graphite, according to a new report.
The latest edition of World Mineral Production has been released.
New research looks at how phosphorus accumulates in public water systems in the USA.
Think that geology and Easter don’t have anything in common? You might be surprised, as this blog by BGS’s Kirstin Lemon highlights.
BGS geologists have mapped the UK’s potential to use heat from thermal groundwater deep beneath central and southern Britain.
BGS achieved gold certification in the Laboratory Efficiency Assessment Framework (LEAF) accreditation in March 2023.
Hemsby coastal erosion: the scale of the transformational challenge around the coastlines of England and Wales
The recent closure of Hemsby beach in Norfolk provides key information on the transformational challenge of coasts around England and evidence of historical change along the coastlines of England and Wales.