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Coastal Erosion



Stakeholder events 2019

We are holding stakeholder events at which we will officially launch our refreshed Science Strategy. We welcome our key stakeholders from industry, academia and the public sector to attend by invitation. To register your interest in attending, email

Athena SWAN accreditation

The BGS's Athena SWAN Bronze institutional status has been renewed in recognition of its continued commitment to advancing gender equality, including representation, progression, and success for all.
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Coastal Erosion Project

The Coastal Erosion Project, funded by the European Space Agency (ESA), is developing new earth observation products to monitor and mitigate coastal erosion. A consortium of international companies including the BGS will explore costal change from space.

MagQuest - An innovation challenge for magnetic field measurement

US National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has launched MagQuest, an innovation challenge to advance how we measure Earth's magnetic field. The challenge is seeking solutions for geomagnetic data collection for the World Magnetic Model. Enter by 16th May.

Deep-time Digital Earth

A new programme seeks to combine earth science databases into a ‘geological Google’. Presided over by Prof Mike Stephenson, Deep-time Digital Earth could be a one-stop link allowing scientists to access all the data they need to tackle big questions. More information

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Mobile apps

Various mobile friendly versions of apps on the BGS website

BGS Geological Walk map

A walk through geological time at BGS Keyworth, now available to browse online


App for the geological map of Britain iPhone App | Android App ... and iGeology3D!


App for soil properties map of Britain | learn about the soil beneath your feet. iPhone App