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Mineral products
14 May 2019 | Quarrying

UK’s mineral production, consumption and trade revealed in new British Geological Survey report

BDS 3D GV model
05 February 2019 | Mineral Planning

New free-to-access regional models reveal the geology of the UK below the ground surface

Dr Tracy Shimmield
15 January 2019 | Quarrying

New appointment strengthens capacity for joint working between BGS and Heriot-Watt University

Clive Mitchell
12 November 2018 | Education & Training

Clive Mitchell to present ‘Data in the palm of your hand – mobile, digital and 3D geology’

Dock development
05 November 2018 | Quarrying

Nature overtaken as the biggest contributor to landscape evolution, says British Geological Survey

BGS logo
14 March 2018

National Environment Research Council and BGS announce make-up of the first BGS board

National Minerals Week
11 October 2017 | Quarrying

IQ encourages quarry operators, industry bodies and individuals to join in week-long celebration

Sir Keith O'Nions
29 September 2017 | Quarrying

Sir Keith O’Nions has been named as first chair of the new British Geological Survey board

04 February 2017 | Mineral Planning

Establishment of European Geological Surveys research area to deliver a geological service for Europe

06 July 2016 | Plant & Equipment

British Geological Survey launches new datasets for informing ground engineering works

BGS offshore geoindex
28 March 2016 | Mineral Planning

British Geological Survey releases a wealth of information on the seabed around the UK

The Lyell Centre
26 March 2016 | Quarrying

British Geological Survey in Scotland moves to new base on Heriot-Watt University campus

Jan Zalasiewicz
14 January 2016 | Quarrying

International geoscientists make the case for new geological time period called the Anthropocene

Geological and geohazard maps

Agreement sees range of geological and geohazard map layers made available online

Lyell Centre
29 January 2015 | Safety, Health & Environment

£20 million Lyell Centre to become new headquarters for British Geological Survey in Scotland