British Geological Survey and Heriot-Watt scientists are research partners in the ambitious, £20
million UKRI GCRF One Ocean Hub, which will transform the global response to the urgent
challenges facing our oceans.
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The BGS has submitted its planning application for a UK Geoenergy Observatory in Cheshire. The Cheshire Geoenergy Research Field Site will deliver important new data on the underground environment and will become a world-class observatory for geoscience, geological modelling and environmental monitoring. Picture © Peter Corcoran.
The BGS Annual Science Review for 2017–2018. As a world-leading, global geological survey, we have an extensive programme of geoscience research, survey and monitoring, data management and dissemination. This helps us to focus on public-good science and to understand and predict the geological processes that matter to people's lives.
What links the centre of the Earth, billions of smartphones, and BGS scientists? The answer is: the recently updated World Magnetic Model (WMM). More information
Various mobile friendly versions of apps on the BGS website
A walk through geological time at BGS Keyworth, now available to browse online