An international team of researchers, including BGS geoscientists, have succeeded in acquiring a continuous record of environmental data using fossilised coral from Hawai’i.
BGS geohazard scientist Roxana Ciurean has been named amongst new policy fellows for the Scottish Government.
Event on 26/03/2024
BGS scientists are studying the diets of ancient British wolves and how they adapted to changing environments.
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Event on 23/11/2023
A special webinar focusing on our cutting-edge sea floor mapping research and an exciting new project exploring the deepest reaches of the world's oceans. A recording is now available.
New publication by the UK Critical Mineral Intelligence Centre sets out a revised methodology
BGS has joined a multidisciplinary research expedition to ‘explore the unexplored’ and fill in some of the biggest gaps in our knowledge of the oceans' darkest depths.
Michael Watts, BGS Head of Inorganic Chemistry, and previous placement students reflect on their experiences working at BGS’s Inorganic Geochemistry Facility over the past 20 years.
BGS scientists are taking part in an expedition off Hawai'i to investigate sea-level changes recorded by ancient coral reefs.
How measuring oxygen and carbon isotopes in tiny fossils improves our understanding of past climate.