A geologist surveys limestone folds outcropping above Lake Volta in the Oterkpolu quarry (Ghana, 2008). © BRGM - Jean-Yves Roig

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Happy New Year 2017

12.21.2016

From all of us working at the BRGM for a sustainable Earth, happy new year 2017.

Climate change: the BRGM at COP21

12.11.2015

The BRGM took part in the 21st United Nations Conference on Climate Change.

Landslide at Super Sauze

03.24.2014

This landslide at Super-Sauze occurred in the 1960s, at an altitude between 2105 m and 1740 m. The total volume displaced is estimated at 750 000 m³. Photo taken from the bottom of the Super-Sauze landslide (Enchastrayes, 2010).

Erosion of the Aquitaine coast in the wake of the storms

03.14.2014

Major erosion below the “Le Signal” building, just 15 metres distant from the cliff-top beyond a dune, following the December 2013 and January 2014 storms (Soulac-sur-Mer, Aquitaine, 7 January 2014).

Happy New Year 2014

12.20.2013

From all of us working at the BRGM for a sustainable Earth, happy new year 2014.

Cliff fall in Upper Normandy, July 2013

10.30.2013

When several cliff sections collapsed on 15th July near Etretat in Upper Normandy, the BRGM was called in to make the area secure.

BRGM laboratories and experimentation

03.15.2013

The BRGM has a unique range of facilities for analysis and experimentation in analytical chemistry, isotopic geochemistry, mineralogy, environmental sampling and metrology, microbiology and molecular biology, multi-scale biogeochemical experiments and treatment processes.

Environment and ecotechnologies: an integrated approach

03.15.2013

BRGM applies an integrated approach to the management and prevention of environmental damage. Our priority areas are site surveillance and rehabilitation, polluted soils and sediments and management of household, industrial and mining waste.

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