10 results for "geochemistry"
My role as a stable isotope research assistant
Dr Harvey Pickard gives us an insight into his new role analysing stable isotopes and getting to grips with some of the laboratory equipment at BGS.
Zambia: the copper mining powerhouse looking towards a safer, low-carbon future
BGS scientists Clive Mitchell (industrial minerals geologist) and Elliott Hamilton (environmental chemist) report on their recent visit to the Copperbelt Province in Zambia.
Climate change and human exploitation linked to historic decline in Atlantic salmon
New research reveals that both a change in climate and human exploitation played a role in a decline in North Atlantic salmon populations.
Geochemical predictive mapping in western Kenya
To mark World Soil Day, Olivier Humphrey highlights the soil-related activities of the BGS Inorganic Geochemistry Facility and its partners in western Kenya.
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.
Exploding rocks: the UK’s first Selfrag machine
BGS’s new Selfrag machine is helping to unearth the history of rocks.
Resolving the unresolved- new insights into soil chemical reactions using microdialysis
New techniques in soil sampling could be the key to alleviating hidden hunger.
Deep drilling in Europe’s oldest and most species-rich lake provides new insights into evolution
The older and more stable an ecosystem is, the longer lived its species and the more stable the species communities are.