The British Geological Survey is a world-leading geological survey. It focuses on public-good science for government, and research to understand earth and environmental processes.
It is the UK's premier provider of objective and authoritative geoscientific data, information and knowledge to help society to:
The BGS provides expert services and impartial advice in all areas of geoscience. Our client base is drawn from the public and private sectors both in the UK and internationally.
The BGS’s core values can be defined as:
Who we are?
What do we do?
Our Past: a short history of the BGS.
Structure, organisation and management team.
BGS Advisory Committee: function and members.
How to apply for a copyright or digital data licence.
How to acknowledge and use our material.
Commercial and non-commercial use.
Strategy. Annual Report, Economic benefits: learn how 'BGS can carry out work that would be impossible for other organisations.'
Science audit: how the 'NERC gets excellent value for its investment in BGS'
Accreditations, environmental policy, intellectual property rights — copyright,
feedback, freedom of information.
Citation search of BGS outputs from Scopus
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