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The EGU General Assembly 2022 brings together geoscientists from all over the world for one meeting from 23 to 27 May.
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Great Britain has over 250 000 documented mining sites and the underground voids resulting from past mining activity pose a possible hazard. Knowledge of the distribution of former mining areas will help us to plan for future development and ongoing maintenance.
A new publication highlights the wide-ranging geological availability of bismuth, a critical raw material that has historically been overlooked in academic research.
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Groundwater storage increased in Pakistan and north-west India for most of the 20th century, a new study shows. So why is there a water crisis?
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GeoCoast is an integrated GIS package of datasets designed to inform and support coastal management and adaptation.
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We explore how parts of the British coastline are changing and what important factors we should consider in terms of natural hazards, adaptation and resilience.
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The UK Minerals Yearbook 2021 provides essential information about the production, consumption and trade of UK minerals up to 2020.
News from the North Yorkshire Geodiversity Partnership