Interviews about Earth Science

Interviews about geology, palaeontology, archaeology, atmospheric science, climate, climate change and meteorology...

25 September 2011

When Turner and Constable first painted Stonehenge about two hundred years ago, the very famous monument was surrounded...

19 September 2011

Underground injection of carbon dioxide for carbon sequestration...

08 September 2011

Is there such a thing as sustainable whaling? And will the hunt continue? We find from the Secretary and head scientist...

04 September 2011

Richard Hollingham explores the process of carbon capture and utilisation where the carbon removed from our atmosphere...

04 September 2011

How dead dinosaurs fertilise forests, why mobile phones answer the call in emergencies, a DNA trip-switch for cancer...

28 August 2011

Alan Jamieson and his team have been tackling the task of exploring the ocean's deepest points, hadal regions,...

21 August 2011

Carbon capture and storage has been seen by the government as an important way to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. The...

21 August 2011

Current estimates suggest that there are over half a million people airborne around the planet at any moment in time....

14 August 2011

A new global initiative called the Earth Microbiome Project plans to build up a genetic picture of the billions of...

11 August 2011

Breeding seahorses in captivity to supply aquariums aims to help reduce pressure on wild populations.

07 August 2011

Water sports – surfing, body boarding, kite surfing, etc have all become increasingly popular in recent years, but the...

19 June 2011

Skyonic have developed “Skymine”, a system that not only extracts CO2 but actually turns it into something they can...

12 June 2011

Small particles released by tree leaves can cause brighter whiter clouds to form above forests, altering our climate...

05 June 2011

It is a proven fact that if you elevate the amount of CO<sub>2</sub> in the atmosphere this will have the...

31 May 2011

Earth observation from satellites is an extremely important way of examining everything from glaciers to tree cover in...

22 May 2011

In April 2010, a previously dormant volcano in Iceland released a massive ash cloud that closed most Europe’s air...

22 May 2011

We explore how filters can be designed to provide a breath of truly clean air...

15 May 2011

Aquaculture isn’t restricted to the oceans – many aquatic organisms can actually be farmed on land. This is...

15 May 2011

Wading into a river and digging until you get to the slime, soil, dirt and other matter at the bottom may not be...

15 May 2011

If you’ve been shopping for a fish supper lately you’ve almost certainly been offered both farmed and wild fish. Fish...

11 May 2011

Underwater robots listen out for whales even in the middle of a raging storm

24 April 2011

A new form of solar cell that uses plastic instead of silicone may make solar panels a cheap and effective way of...

24 April 2011

A special type of rust, called 'green rust', could be used to scrub contaminants from the environment to make...