10 results for "biogeochemistry"
BGS-led research has helped develop a method to identify ancient human and animal wetland inhabitants.
New research looks at how phosphorus accumulates in public water systems in the USA.
The ‘Box office bears’ project aims to understand more about the bears that were once a common sight in England. Prof Hannah O’Regan and Dr Lizzie Wright from the University of Nottingham explain what the project entails.
PhD student David Osborne is exploring Bronze Age animal husbandry using isotopes and X-rays.
A new study aims to determine lead isotope ratios in soil and rock across Great Britain which could inform future archaeological studies about human and animal origins.
A major upgrade of BGS's research equipment following investment from NERC will help scientists understand historic changes in climate.
As a BGS-hosted Lancaster University PhD student, Elizabeth Flint has been working to understand the effects of water supply processes upon macronutrient cycling.