Items where Programme is "BGS Programmes > Information Products"
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Appleton, Don; Rawlins, Barry; Thornton, Ian. 2008 National-scale estimation of potentially harmful element ambient background concentrations in topsoil using parent material classified soil : stream-sediment relationships. Applied Geochemistry, 23 (9). 2596-2611. 10.1016/j.apgeochem.2008.05.010
Royse, Katherine. 2008 Unlocking the potential of 3D geology. Geoconnexion, 7 (7). 11-13.
Walsby, Jennifer. 2007 Geohazard information to meet the needs of the British public and government policies. Quaternary International, 171-172. 179-185. 10.1016/j.quaint.2007.02.015
Jackson, Ian. 2007 OneGeology: Sharing what we have. Geosciences, 6. 33.
Royse, Kate. 2005 The Thames Gateway. Planet Earth, Summer. 26.
Publication - Report
Auton, Clive. 2006 The Scottish road network debris flow project: Contribution of the Geology and Landscape (Northern Britain) Programme. Keyworth, Nottingham, British Geological Survey, 18pp. (IR/06/102) (Unpublished)
Garcia-Bajo, M.. 2006 Superficial deposits thickness models : differences between BSTM and ASTM, basic and advanced superficial thickness models. Nottingham, UK, British Geological Survey, 9pp. (IR/06/103) (Unpublished)
Hobbs, P.R.N.; Freeborough, K.A.. 2006 Triaxial strength tests on till samples from the Slope Dynamics Project : Happisburgh, Sidestrand, and Aldborough. Nottingham, UK, British Geological Survey, 52pp. (IR/06/065) (Unpublished)
Lewis, M.A.; Cheney, C.S.; O Dochartaigh, B.E.. 2006 Guide to Permeability Indices. British Geological Survey, 29pp. (CR/06/160N) (Unpublished)
Walsby, J.C.. 2006 A register of Nottingham's caves Volume 4. Updates to Volume 2. Register of information relating to the caves of Nottingham. Nottingham, UK, British Geological Survey, 53pp. (IR/06/120) (Unpublished)
Wildman, G.; Hobbs, P.R.N.. 2005 Scoping study for coastal slope instability hazard susceptibility : Filey Bay, Beachy Head and Lyme Bay. British Geological Survey, 26pp. (IR/05/018) (Unpublished)