Many of the BGS's most popular datasets are available to search and view online.
The National Geological Records Centre (NGRC) holds a unique archive of documents created during the past two and a half centuries.
Collections include the core, palaeontology and petrology collections.
The Earth Science Academic Archive is the place for you to find the results of Earth Science research.
Use the collections and information at the National Geoscience Data Centre (NGDC) to find out more about the subsurface of Great Britain; for academic or commercial purposes.
The NGDC comprises data gathered or generated by the BGS or its precursors, as part of its national strategic mapping programme, in addition to data provided by external organisations.
Browse the NGDC website using the links below or contact us on:
0115 936 3143 or email@example.com.
By citing datasets in the same manner as journal articles, credit can be assigned to the dataset creators and discoverability is improved.
The British Geological Survey (BGS) maintains a wealth of data, information and other materials gathered throughout the history of the organisation. We manage such geoscience data for the long-term benefit of all and endeavour to make the data available online and without charge where possible.
Find out how to find different types of data and where it sits within the data centre.
Using different types of data and where you will find it within data centre.
How and where to deposit different types of data and where it sits within the data centre.
How to find out about the different types of data we hold and where it sits within the data centre.
Background, policies, legal requirements and guidelines the NGDC requires all its users to abide by.