Island groundwater management in the Philippines: part two — Bacolod
In the second part of their Philippines update, BGS’s Andy Barkwith and Andy McKenzie meet up with other BGS staff members to continue their outreach work.
Dr Marie Cowan awarded the Energy Group Medal by the Geological Society
This award is presented annually to individuals with a geoscience background who have made an outstanding contribution to the energy industry
Harare’s thirst for clean drinking water
Researchers from BGS and partners in Zimbabwe report on the urban water supply challenge in the capital city, Harare.
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New method offers rapid monitoring of contamination in drinking water
Scientists have developed an innovative new method to monitor the risk of contamination in drinking water with immediate results, enabling global communities to respond rapidly and help reduce exposure to deadly diarrhoeal diseases.
UKRI Chief Executive, Prof Dame Ottoline Leyser, visits BGS
Professor Dame Ottoline Leyser visited BGS in a special tour of the East Midlands’ science and technology hubs.
Making recommendations for the management of carbon dioxide storage and unconventional hydrocarbon extraction sites
The safe operation of geoenergy and subsurface storage sites is required to help meet net zero carbon ambitions.
BGS evaluation stakeholder feedback survey
As part of our governance relationship with NERC, we are undergoing an evaluation of our service provision and performance as a geological survey over the last five years.
Phosphorus in caves: a new methodological development being pioneered at Poole’s Cavern with the help of BGS
Alistair Morgan is exploring how phosphorous enters cave systems and if stalagmites could be used to unravel past temperatures.
Wildlife and biodiversity gains at BGS
Our rewilding scheme is already encouraging more diverse fauna onto our Keyworth site.
Glaciers retreat; soils emerge – summer fieldwork at 79°N
Studying the evolution of newly emerging soils uncovered by retreating glaciers on the Svalbard archipelago in the Arctic Ocean.
BGS highlights the importance of geoscience for climate action in series of virtual lectures
As part of BGS’s Geoscience Solutions for Net Zero campaign, the lectures will feature a range of topics delivered by experts in geoscience.