Scientists at BGS will lead a new four-year project that will enhance our understanding of gravel barrier systems across the coastlines of the UK.
A BGS essay on groundwater and drought has been included in the Environment Agency’s review of the research and scientific understanding of drought.
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A data sharing partnership has been agreed between BGS and Ossian, allowing BGS to advance its knowledge of the rock and soil conditions under the seabed.
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Carbon capture, usage and storage will play a significant role in the UK achieving national emissions reduction targets
The UK Geoenergy Observatory will allow scientists to better understand the processes and impacts of using warm water underneath UK cities as a sustainable heat source
Scientists have been able to study the marine deposits of a deadly volcanic island landslide-tsunami at Anak Krakatau, Indonesia, using modern hydroacoustic equipment.
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New maps launched by BGS reveal how climate change is likely to drive an increase in subsidence-related issues for British homes and properties over the next 50 years.