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Going underground – Earth scientists observe the geology
The Natural Environment Research Council and the British Geological Survey are working to design two Geoenergy Observatories that will deliver the data needed to break new boundaries in energy, climate change and Earth science. Here, three of its scientific champions explain why new data on the ground beneath our feet is a vital part of tackling the energy trilemma.
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- Journal title: Energy World
- Publisher: Energy Institute