The EGU General Assembly 2022 brings together geoscientists from all over the world for one meeting from 23 to 27 May.
A new publication highlights the wide-ranging geological availability of bismuth, a critical raw material that has historically been overlooked in academic research.
Great Britain has over 250 000 documented mining sites and the underground voids resulting from past mining activity pose a possible hazard. Knowledge of the distribution of former mining areas will help us to plan for future development and ongoing maintenance.
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A research consortium including BGS will collaborate with partners and stakeholders within London to address sustainable management of the city's water within the context of required housing growth and the environment.
A BGS-led research team is setting out to define the combined environmental and health risks over the whole life cycle of shale gas operations in the UK.
In September 2017, one of the largest geomagnetic storms of the current solar cycle hit the Earth after a coronal mass ejection left the Sun.
Guatemala is exposed to multiple natural hazards, including earthquakes, volcanic eruptions (and all their associated hazards, such as ash, lava flows, pyroclastic density currents and lahars), tsunamis, landslides, floods, droughts, ground collapse, tropical storms and hurricanes, extreme temperatures, and forest fires.