This morning, we released a responsive version of the BGS home page and are updating the whole website folder by folder, so some areas will be mobile friendly already. We hope to complete the whole site by the end of the financial year.
We'd really appreciate it if you could tell us what you think and let us know if there are any issues on your particular device.
The BGS web team
mySoil is a free app, from the BGS and the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, that provides a soil properties map of Britain and Europe.
You can add information to mySoil by uploading your own soil description, pH, texture and photos.
Anyone with an interest in the soil, including gardeners, farmers, students, environmentalists and land-use planners, may find mySoil useful.
More about mySoil including download information
Rock stress data are derived from borehole breakout measurements within boreholes and describe the local stress field.
BGS data covers the entire onshore and offshore UK, with 350 borehole records of rock stress.
Data also shows rose diagram and 'raw' stress magnitude and direction data for vector display.
You can build your own rose diagrams in the new BGS Rock Stress application.
The report card looks at the effect of climate change on fresh water - including groundwater.
It is intended to help people understand the scale of possible change and to help inform decisions about the way that water is managed.
The catalogue is available to download in one pdf file or by individual sections.
MAREMAP is a NERC initiative led by the British Geological Survey, the National Oceanography Centre and the Scottish Association for Marine Science to improve our understanding of the seabed environment around the UK.
More about MAREMAP
Despite this, stone has been used as a major construction material in London since Roman times.
The building stones of London takes you on a journey from AD 200 to the present explaining what materials were used in some of London s great buildings.
The BGS Geological Timechart is based on 'The Geologic Time Scale 2012' by F M Gradstein, J G Ogg, M Schmitz & G Ogg (2012), with additions.
Use the Geological Walk mobile version while you're on site to learn as you wander.
The BGS Building Stones Team is working to preserve the stone-built heritage of the UK for future generations.
On 15 May, 25 BGS map layers (harvested from BGS web services) were added to Scotland’s Environment Web portal; along with an additional 74 from other contributing organisations, to provide a comprehensive gateway to Scotland's environmental data.
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