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.
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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.
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BGS is part of a research project that will consider the feasibility of using quantum gravity sensors to monitor carbon capture and storage sites.
The UK Geoenergy Observatory in Glasgow has completed a first survey of the water circulating in abandoned mines lying up to 88 m below the city.
BGS's Clive Mitchell on spotting, collecting and identifying the pebbles you can find on Britain's beaches.
A new BGS report reviews known resources of lithium and engagement in the battery supply chain across key African countries.
Engineers invited to take part in survey to improve understanding of cost estimates for UK brownfield sites
Quantity surveyors and civil engineers have until the end of July to take part in a survey that will help to improve the accuracy of indicative cost estimates for UK brownfield sites.
BGS has a long history of assisting relief efforts by providing satellite maps, data and interpretation to those affected by disasters, helping to identify hazardous areas to avoid.