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The Anthropocene

Geology for Society is now available in 13 European languages

Human activity has had dramatic impacts on landscape, the subsurface and Earth systems, driving significant atmospheric, chemical, physical and biological changes. Are these changes sufficiently significant and permanent to mark the beginning of a new geological epoch – the Anthropocene?

Anthropocene

Background

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Anthropocene Research

See the work the British Geological Survey are doing on environmental change in the Anthropocene.

Original report

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Aimed at policy and decision-makers as well as the wider public, 'Geology for Society' outlines the importance of geology to our society.