The National Geoscience Data Centre (NGDC) collects and preserves geoscientific data and information, making them available to a wide range of users and communities. NGDC is recognised as the NERC Environmental Data Centre for geoscience data.
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Credit is gained by dataset creators, and awareness is improved, by citing datasets in the same manner as journal articles.
The full range of digital products and datasets available from BGS, from core geological data (DiGMapGB) to offshore data and ground stability products.
ESAA is designed to manage and disseminate datasets collected by NERC grant holders in accordance with the NERC data policy.
The Open Government Licence (OGL) is a simple set of terms and conditions that facilitates the re-use of a wide range of public sector information free of charge.
We maintain a wealth of data, information and other materials gathered throughout the history of the organisation.
Guidelines for depositing data with NGDC.
NERC-funded researchers can find out further information about depositing data with the NGDC.
A Notification of Intention to Drill form must be filled out if you are about to drill a borehole or sink a well.
NERC has a well-established data policy that sets the ground rules that all those funded by NERC must follow in managing the data that they collect.