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BGS statement in response to OGA reports on induced seismicity – Saturday 2 November 2019

The OGA has published a series of commissioned reports on induced seismicity. BGS seismologists Brian Baptie and Margarita Segou were co-authors of one of these report entitled ‘Statistical Modelling of the Preston New Road Seismicity: Towards Probabilistic Forecasting Tools’ together with Simone Mancini (Bristol University/BGS) and Max Werner from Bristol...Read More »


Untapped heat source beneath UK streets could pave the way for greener towns and cities

Natural water in the ground below us could be used as a low-carbon heat source in many UK towns and cities, new research from the British Geological Survey (BGS) says. The public research body is now calling for more research to understand how geothermal technologies could be scaled up across...Read More »


Untapped heat source beneath UK streets could pave the way for greener towns and cities

Natural water in the ground below us could be used as a low-carbon heat source in many UK towns and cities, new research from the British Geological Survey (BGS) says. The public research body is now calling for more research to understand how geothermal technologies could be scaled up across...Read More »


Sustainable energy first on the agenda for BGS new Director

The British Geological Survey (BGS) is set to welcome Dr Karen Hanghøj this week, as she prepares to mark her permanent start in the UK with attendance at the AAPG Energy Transition (ET) Forum on Wednesday (16th October).

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Meet our scientists at Doors Open Day | Lyell Centre, Edinburgh | Saturday 28 September 2019

Robots, marine creatures and dinosaurs will all be featuring at Doors Open Day at the Lyell Centre in Edinburgh on Saturday 28 September 2019.

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