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This Web Portal is made available to I2M Clients, Associates, geoscientists and the general public worldwide with a focus on scientific topics of interest offered by the management of I2M Associates, LLC. More →

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Local, national, and international geological societies and associations.

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Resources relating to astrogeology, off-world natural resource exploration and development, planet defense, and associated news of space developments.

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Climate Change (Global Warming or Cooling) resources and related issues, both political and technical, including CO2 sequestration, etc.
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Resources for various services and companies of possible interest to clients, associates, and geoscientists.

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Various useful resources such as related research journals, technical tools, databases, glossaries...

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Geo- and hydrochemistry resources relating to oil & gas development and the various associated fields of interest.

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Geospatial resources relating to oil & gas development and the associated energy, mining and environmental uses and applications.

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Health and safety resources related to mining, oil and gas development and production and environmental projects.

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The latest resources involving hydrogeology, geology, and the related environmental issues...
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Resources related to general mining subjects but not to nuclear, coal or other energy resources.
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Risk Assessment subjects associated with natural occurrences or with those applicable to mining, oil & gas, or other industrial activities and their waste products.

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State Geological Surveys and Regulatory Agencies...

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Toxicological-related resources associated with natural occurrences or those applicable to mining, oil & gas, or other industrial activities and waste products.

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I2M Associates, LLC is a professional practice offering experienced geologists, hydrogeologists, engineers, and other scientists with many years in mineral exploration and project management, mergers and acquisitions, and environmental assessments, including Brownfields redevelopment. Related areas of expertise include forensic and feasibility studies in the mining industry, the environmental industry and the legal community in the U.S. and overseas.

Led by Jeffrey D. King, P.G., and Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., the Principals have served industry in the U.S. and overseas for de... More →
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Index / Uranium (Nuclear Minerals) / Nuclear Power - Economics, Design, and Industry
Susan Montoya reports that U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said Wednesday that his Department is committed to reopening the federal government underground nuclear waste repository in southern New Mexico. Moniz made assurances to members of a U.S. Senate subcommittee during a hearing Wednesday in Washington, D.C., that resuming operations at the facility would be done with worker safety in mind.

We are doing all that we can, Moniz said. At the very beginning, I insisted that we not set schedules before we understood what the issues were. Otherwise, safety could be comprised. The W... More →
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Public support for nuclear energy in the U.S. is increasing with more than two-thirds of citizens favorable towards it, according to a new survey commissioned by the NEI. The survey found an overall increase in the percentage in favor of nuclear energy over the past three decades.

The telephone survey of a national sample of 1,000 adults was conducted early this year by Bisconti Research and Quest Global Research. It is the latest in the NEI 32-year public opinion tracking program. A total of 68 per cent of those surveyed said they favored the use of nuclear energy for electricity g... More →
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Stevens Water Monitoring Systems, Inc. is a manufacturer and marketer of integrated hydrological, hydrogeological, meteorological and oceanographic monitoring instrumentation, accessories and information systems that help optimize water resource management and enhance forecasting. Stevens first understands the customer objectives and then provides an applicable system that consists of electronic sensors, data logging and process control instruments, communication equipment and necessary software for data presentation to help the customer understand environmental conditions and efficiently exec... More →
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Field Environmental Instruments rents air, water and soil monitoring equipment and carries a complete inventory of supplies and safety products. For example, see case study of useful equipment in the field.

FEI, an employee-owned and operated business headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, offers an extensive catalog of environmental equipment for rent and sale, supplies and unmatched service to help customers meet their project and budget goals. FEI offers reliable equipment, impeccable service, competitive pricing, and cost-effective shipping solutions.

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Anders Lorenzen reports that when Francois Hollande was elected President of France in 2012, he pledged that he would reduce the nuclear energy contribution to the country electricity mix from 75 per cent to 50 per cent by 2025. However, this pledge may no longer be a reality. Energy Minister, Ms. Segolene Royal, said last month that it was no longer a high priority to do so. She said that she was not in favor of quitting nuclear power and added that France needs to continue investing in it, particularly in fourth-generation reactors which will consume less nuclear fuel and recycle nuclear was... More →
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Art Markman blogs that he was just reading Nate Silver book, The Signal and the Noise. The book explores ways that people think about data in a number of settings. In one chapter, Silver examines the data relating to global climate change. As he points out, a careful look at the data and related scientific theories makes a few points clear. First, the idea that increases in carbon dioxide levels in the air lead to increases in temperature is well-accepted as science - and has been for a long time. The evidence that human activity is causing increases in global levels of CO2 in the atmosphere ... More →
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Stephan Lewandowsky, Klaus Oberauer, and Gilles E. Gignac indicate that although nearly all domain experts agree that carbon dioxide emissions are altering the climate, segments of the public remain unconvinced by the scientific evidence. Internet blogs have become a platform for denial of climate change, and bloggers have taken a prominent role in questioning climate science. We report a survey of climate-blog visitors to identify the variables underlying acceptance and rejection of climate science. Our findings parallel those of previous work and show that endorsement of free-market economic... More →
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The authors have concluded that historical records suggest that the political extremes at both the left and the right substantially endorsed conspiracy beliefs about other-minded groups. The present contribution empirically tests whether extreme political ideologies, at either side of the political spectrum, are positively associated with an increased tendency to believe in conspiracy theories.

Four studies conducted in the United States and the Netherlands revealed a quadratic relationship between strength of political ideology and conspiracy beliefs about various political issues... More →
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Pia Rivera reports that the 5th Annual Small Modular Reactor Summit 2015 will be hosting a panel discussion on integrating small modular reactors - SMRs - into nuclear co-generation and hybrid energy systems. The panelists include Shannon Bragg-Sitton, Deputy National Technical Director, Idaho National Lab, Fred Moore, Executive Director, NGNP Alliance Ltd, Kajetan Rozycki, Head of New Reactor Technologies Team, European Nuclear Cogeneration Industrial Initiative NC2i, and Mike Middleton, Strategy Manager, UK Energy Technologies Institute. The 5th Annual Small Modular Reactor Summit 2015 wil... More →
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Teresa Matich reports thatrare earth companies gained following the Rare Earths Report on 60 Minutes. In a segment entitled Modern Life Devices Under China Grip CBS Lesley Stahl told the story of how China rose to dominate the industry, putting the start of it all back in 1992, when Deng Xiaoping mentioned the importance of rare earths in a speech. Stahl also touched on how rare earths are used in a range of modern technologies, from cell phones to fighter jets, and suggested that end users are still largely dependent on supply from China. Certainly, that message seems to have resonated with t... More →
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