A cleft in Antelope Lower Canyon, forming what is known as a slot canyon (Arizona, USA). © Joe Cornish/Digital Vision/Getty Images

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BRGM publishes its guidelines for supporting public policy-making for 2021

BRGM is a public institution for Earth science applications and provides support to national and local public stakeholders. It has just published its guidelines on this activity for 2021.

2020 Festival of Science

From 2 to 12 October 2020, BRGM, France's geological survey organisation, will be taking part in the 29th Fête de la Science, centred around a virtual programme aimed at the general public.

BRGM publishes its scientific strategy for the next 10 years

BRGM's scientific strategy defines the French Geological Survey's research priorities for the next decade, in order to address major socio-economic issues in which the surface and subsurface play a key role.

Gaining a better understanding of risks in France: the Géorisques site moves with the times

The Géorisques portal, which enables users to assess their exposure to major risks in France, has just been redesigned to enable better sharing of risk awareness and preparedness.

BRGM publications: discover the geodiversity of the Morbihan region

The BRGM publishing branch (Éditions du BRGM) has added to its "Geological Curiosities" collection with the release of a guide on the Morbihan region. Co-written by three specialists on the Morbihan département, which is part of the greater Armorican Massif, the book reveals the specific...

Groundwater tables on 1 June 2020

The water table levels in May reflect the significant recharge volumes in 2019-2020, with above-average levels over a large part of the country.

Successful completion of maritime campaigns to monitor seismic and volcanic phenomena off the coast of Mayotte

Initial report on the MAYOBS 13 oceanographic campaigns conducted by the Mayotte Volcanological and Seismological Monitoring Network (REVOSIMA).

"Le Tour de France du littoral": a geologist's view of the French coastline published by the Éditions du BRGM

After the success of "Le Tour de France d’un géologue" (A geologist's Tour of France), François Michel presents his latest book "Le Tour de France du littoral" (The Tour of France's coastline). An invitation to discover every part of France's coastline through the expert eye of a geologist.


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