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Key questions and answers about British Geological Survey research for journalists and policy makers.

Carbon capture storage: BGS research
BGS is active in most areas of CO2 storage (carbon capture and storage)
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Emerging contaminants in groundwater
BGS is helping to protect groundwater by studying recently identified contaminants
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Environmental Baseline Monitoring in Lancashire
The British Geological Survey (BGS) has initiated a science-based environmental monitoring programme in The Fylde, Lancashire where planning applications were submitted by Cuadrilla for the development of shale gas. This monitoring is independent of the industry and regulators and represents the first independent, integrated monitoring programme to characterise the environmental baseline in an area subject to interest from the shale gas industry.
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Groundwater flooding
BGS science is helping to reduce disruption and expense caused by groundwater flooding
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Radioactive waste: BGS research
BGS research is contributing to the siting and design of long-term storage facilities
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Radioactive waste: siting a repository
The BGS is providing expert, impartial advice to government
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Shales Gas: BGS research
Shale gas clearly has potential in Britain but it will require geological and engineering expertise, investment and protection of the environment.
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