The British Geological Survey hosts the websites of several organisations which share the Survey's goal of promoting the discovery, understanding and enjoyment of the geoscience world.
Disclaimer: Each organisation retains full rights and responsibilities for its content. Questions, suggestions and comments should be directed to the person maintaining each site. Questions regarding hosted sites in general should be directed to the BGS Webmaster (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The official web site for the Afghanistan Geological Survey, a component body of the Afghanistan Ministry of Mines.
A searchable database of references of groundwater literature, both published and unpublished.
The Association of Geoscientists for International Development.
Bioaccessibility Research Group of Europe.
BritGeothermal is a new UK-based consortium established as a focus for deep geothermal energy research both in the UK and globally.
A collaborative research centre between the University of Nottingham and the BGS.
A NERC funded research programme which will develop an integrated, quantitative understanding of changes in the global water cycle.
Commission for the Management and Application of Geoscience Information.
The impaCt of hydrOcarbon depletioN on the Treatment of cAprocks within performance assessment for CO2 InjectioN schemes - CONTAIN
The UK Storage Appraisal Project (UK SAP) was commissioned and funded by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) to provide a comprehensive, auditable and defensible estimate of UK CO2 storage capacity.
Addressing the impacts of climate change on engineered slopes for infrastructure
Diagnostic seismic toolbox for the efficient control of CO2 storage developing sophisticated, seismic methods to monitor underground carbon dioxide storage sites.
Open, ready-to-use database designs that are free for all.
A Forward Look to a Roadmap for Earth Sciences Research in Europe
European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODNET)
European Plate Observing System (EPOS), UK Steering Group
Earth Science Education Forum for England and Wales, incorporates the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Earth Sciences web pages.
Our collective purpose is to develop ways to translate and apply the world-leading environmental science we each generate, to support the delivery and improvement of UK services.
EURARE is a project funded by the European Commission for the 'Development of a sustainable exploitation scheme for Europe's Rare Earth ore deposits'.
European Virtual Environment for Research – Earth Science Themes.
Fate of Repository Gases.
An interactive guide to the natural and man-made landscape of the Mendip Hills.
This project, funded by JISC, aims to develop a single database of the type specimens, held in British collections, of macrofossil species and subspecies found in the UK, including links to photographs (including 'anaglyph' stereo pairs) and a selection of 3D digital models.
Geoscience Information Group.
Geological Survey of Northern Ireland.
This project is to develop new geomodels and sustainable exploration methods for alkaline igneous rocks and carbonatites.
DIVISION V: Geomagnetic observatories, surveys and analyses: International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy
Isotopes in Biogenic Silica.
International Continental Scientific Drilling Program - UK.
InformaTEC is a NERC funded Technology Cluster for the field of Data, Models and Informatics.
A range of historical geological maps, sections and memoirs of Ireland, mostly from the 19th century.
Infrastructure slopes Sustainable Management And Resilience Assessment
The London Basin Forum (unearthing London's geology): a research consortium of industrial and academic partners whose aim is to produce a baseline model for the London Basin.
Improving our understanding of the seabed environment around the UK.
Up-to-date information on mineral exploration, mining, production and trade.
Making best use of the ground beneath our cities.
Creating a dynamic digital geological map for the world.
The PROTection of European Cultural HEritage from GeO-hazards project aims to make an innovative contribution towards the analysis of geohazards in areas of cultural heritage in Europe.
Probability, Uncertainty and Risk in the Environment, providing free access to metadata for model codes and their applications (model instances).
Quantifying and monitoring potential ecosystem impacts of geological carbon storage (QICS).
The high level goal is to build UK capacity in radioactivity and the environment.
An archive of groundwater literature from the Southern African Development Community (SADC).
IUGS Subcommission on the systematics of Metamorphic Rocks.
Security of Supply of Mineral Resources is an interdisciplinary research programme funded by NERC, EPSRC and FAPESP focusing on the science needed to sustain the security of supply of strategic minerals in a changing environment.
The SoS RARE project is a consortium project funded by NERC and EPSRC under the Security of Supply of Mineral Resources (SoS Minerals) science programme, running from 2015 to 2019.
A NERC funded research programme which aims to improve short and longer term forecasting of storms and their impacts on catchments and coasts.
A low-level airborne geophysical survey of the South West of England
Tetrapod World: early evolution and diversification. Discovering how tetrapods splashed out!
The UKCCSRC Archive holds digital data outputs generated by UKCCSRC funded research projects and makes them available to search and download.
The intergovernmental Group on Earth Observations (GEO) is leading a worldwide effort to build a Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) to build on and add value to existing Earth Observation (EO) systems.
Contribute to the C21 Earth Sciences Forum and shape the future direction of UK geoscience.
A gateway to discover soil property datasets; on the web or via smartphone apps.
USeries.org is a website for the exchange and development of ideas related to U-series geochronology.
The Volcanic Global Risk Identification and Analysis Project aims to provide systematic information on global volcanic activity, hazards and vulnerability.
The Geomagnetism team of BGS hosts the World Data Centre for Geomagnetism (Edinburgh), a node of the World Data System (WDS) established by the International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU).