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New geochemical data released for south west England

The British Geological Survey’s Geochemical Baseline Survey of the Environment (G-BASE) project has released geochemical data for south west England.

Data from stream sediment and soil samples, for a range of elements (including arsenic, copper, silver, tin and tungsten) are now available for Cornwall and parts of Devon and Somerset.

This new data is the latest addition to the G-BASE programme, which aims to systematically sample and measure element concentrations in stream sediments, stream waters and soils across the UK.

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