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.
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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Scientists test a new model to understand and forecast seismicity induced by hydraulic fracturing operations
Encouraging new research could bring scientists a step closer to being able to forecast earthquakes induced by human activity.
How understanding the subsurface beneath our towns and cities may allow us to access geothermal energy for heating homes and powering the UK.
BGS collaborates on new £1 million EPSRC-funded digital research project to help make urban growth more sustainable
Novel research to develop a digital service for future water management and support efforts to make urban growth more sustainable.
Alessandro Novellino explains the importance of Earth Observation (EO) to help facilitate successful emergency responses after natural hazard occurrences.