World Water Day 2023: groundwater photo stories
A showcase of groundwater use from around the world highlighting how developing groundwater has benefited the lives of many people.
New seabed geology maps for offshore Yorkshire
Offshore Yorkshire is the latest map to be released in BGS's series of fine-scale digital seabed maps.
A tale of two groundwaters
Why the United Nations 2023 Water Conference needs to know more about groundwater.
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New 3D model will help guide exploration for rare earth element deposits in alkaline igneous systems
A team of scientists and institutions across Europe have developed a new 3D geological model designed to guide exploration for rare earth elements.
Major research project will support UK’s energy transition
BGS will lead the new research project 'Managing the Environmental Sustainability of the Offshore Energy Transition'.
Developing regional-scale landslide forecasting in hazard-prone regions of India
BGS has been involved in co-developing a prototype regional-scale landslide forecasting system in two hazard-prone districts of India.
Working at BGS as a postgraduate intern
Katie Williams, an environmental geochemistry masters student, shares her experience following a work placement in the Stable Isotope Facility.
Scientists reveal extraordinary ecosystems in the deepest part of the Indian Ocean
New technology has enabled marine scientists to capture some of the world’s first images of previously unexplored habitats in the deepest point of the Indian Ocean.
Climate change and human exploitation linked to historic decline in Atlantic salmon
New research reveals that both a change in climate and human exploitation played a role in a decline in North Atlantic salmon populations.
Staff sustainability practices around BGS
BGS recently made time for employees at our sites around the UK to spend a few hours on projects focusing on increasing sustainability, both in their offices and in the local area.
Positively blooming: Japanese flowering cherry trees planted at BGS Keyworth to mark the Queen’s platinum jubilee
The walkway of eight trees has been planted in the grounds of BGS headquarters in Keyworth to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's 70 years on the throne.