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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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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
Charles Frank reports that as the science on climate change and its impacts on the global economy become clearer and more urgent, governments are increasingly looking for ways to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. The largest source of these emissions comes from the combustion of fossil fuels including coal, oil and natural gas to produce electricity, an effort that in 2012 made up about 40 percent of emissions globally and 32 percent in the United States. More and more, countries are seeking to lower emissions in the electricity sector by turning to low and no-carbon generation options. H... More →
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WNN reports that Kyushu Electric Power Company plans to apply to regulators for the final applied safety inspection of Sendai 1 on 3 August. This check is expected to take one week, making 10 August a potential start-up date.

The Sendai 1 nuclear power reactor is being readied for restart with fuel already loaded, and tests on main systems underway. Sendai 1 should become the first Japanese reactor to generate power in almost two years. The company technical and operational plans and procedures have been approved by the Nuclear Regualtory Authority (NRA), which then checked that the... More →
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Julian Spector reports that it might be technically feasible, but that does not mean it is the best plan to pursue. But it is not clear that a U.S. energy grid based on 100 percent renewables is the best way to achieve a zero-carbon future. On the contrary, there is a strong environmentalist case for approaching that goal with caution. Limiting a zero-carbon future to wind, water, and solar means greater costs of storing this energy, discarding other existing zero-carbon sources like nuclear, and generally blanketing the earth with panels and turbines as a means to save it, plus likely greater... More →
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The students of Earth to Sky Calculus recently flew across the U.S. to conduct a transcontinental launch of space weather balloons. They took radiation sensors on board the plane to find out how many cosmic rays they would absorb during the flight.
As expected, radiation levels in the cabin of the Airbus 319 (Spirit Airlines FL640) tripled within ten minutes after takeoff, and were nearly 30 times ground level by the time the plane reached cruising altitude at 39,000 feet. Summing over the entire 4-hour flight, the sensors measured about 1 mrem of radiation - similar to that of a dental... More →
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Dr. Jeff Karson, Syracuse University Professor of Earth Science, spoke in a featured presentation at the Houston Geological Society 2015 Guest Night June 6. Karson discusses the geology of seafloor spreading centers and intrusion of basalt into the mid ocean rifts.

Dr. Karson is an author on a new 2015 book Discovering the Deep: An Photographic Atlas of the Seafloor and Ocean Crust just published by Cambridge Press.
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Index / Astrogeology, Asteroids, Impact Studies, UFOs
Giuseppe Petricca reports that the Moon, lit around the phase of 66% is elaborated in two different views. The first one is the classic in grayscale, to enhance all the surface details that I managed to capture with my DLSR camera, then another one in over color saturation, to show the different composition of the lunar soil.

The areas that emerge in a strong blue color (mostly in the Maria regions) are areas rich in Titanium, proof of ancient lava flows, and those contain more titanium in contrast to the Maria orange regions, that are poorer of this material.

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Index / Uranium (Nuclear Minerals) / Nuclear Power - Economics, Design, and Industry
Katie Fehrenbacher reports that a growing number of nuclear startups are trying to solve the world most pressing problem. But a recent disturbing report predicts that despite a colossal number of new solar panels and wind turbines over the next quarter century, the planet will still face dangerous rising temperatures. Basically, even if these widely embraced clean energy technologies are put on overdrive, we are still probably in trouble, climate-wise.

The report was understandably bearish on big growth in nuclear power. Following the tragic earthquake and accompanying damage to the... More →
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Index / Uranium (Nuclear Minerals) / Nuclear Power - Economics, Design, and Industry
Doug McCuistion emphasizes that nuclear energy has been an indispensable part of the energy generation mix in the U.S. for over half a century. Currently, 99 nuclear reactors generate approximately 20 percent of U.S. electricity and more than 60 percent as so-called clean energy. And according to a recent report from Nuclear Matters and The Brattle Group, these reactors contribute $60 billion annually to U.S. GDP, while supporting 475,000 full-time jobs and avoiding 573 million tons of carbon dioxide each year. These avoided emissions have been a key contributor to the significant improvements... More →
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Index / Mining & Minerals / Rare Earth Exploration, Mining, and Processing
Commerce Resources drill results from the recently completed winter - spring drill program at the Ashram Rare Earth Deposit located in northern Quebec has intersected the strongest heavy-rare earth element mineralization to date from the project.

Highlights are as follows:

31.96 m of 1.65% TREO (304 ppm Dy oxide) at 18.5% MH-T in EC15-133, including 18.08 m of 1.49% TREO (359 ppm Dy oxide) at 23.5% MH-T
77.90 m of 1.68% TREO at 11.8% MH-T (174 ppm Dy oxide) in EC15-134
51.34 m of 2.46% TREO in EC15-134

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Teresa Matich reports that it has been an interesting year for the rare earths industry so far, with a number of big changes hitting the market. From rare earths tax and tariff changes being enacted in China to Molycorp declaration of bankruptcy in June, there has been plenty for rare earths investors to watch and digest over the first half of the year.

Castilloux opines on where he sees prices heading in 2015 and beyond, and about what rare earths investors should be watching in light of recent changes in China. Castilloux discusses in Part 2 the Molycorp bankruptcy, the future of ... More →
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