New research from the University of Nottingham, supported by the British Geological Survey (BGS) and published in Nature Communications, has found through new, innovative techniques that resources within the Bowland Shale Formation could be lower than first thought.
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The British Geological Survey (BGS) was proud to welcome Rear Admiral Tim Lowe, CBE to the Lyell Centre in Edinburgh on 15 August 2019. read more
This list contains seismic events for which there is strong evidence that they have been induced by human activities. read more
Hydraulic fracturing is generally accompanied by microseismicity (very small earthquakes too small to be felt). During hydraulic fracturing operations at Preston New Road in 2018, around 50 very small seismic events were detected nearby. read more
Scientists from the UK and Norway have produced a 160,000 year timeline of methane emissions from the Arctic seabed and linked them to changing ice volumes in the Arctic. read more