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Index / Uranium (Nuclear Minerals) / Exploration, Mining, Marketing, Acquisitions

Since April this year, the AAPG Energy Minerals Division Uranium - Nuclear and Rare Earth - Committee -UCOM, under the chairmanship of Michael D. Campbell, P.G.,P.H., has continued to monitor the expansion of the nuclear power industry and associated uranium exploration and development in the United States and overseas. Input for this 2014 Mid-Year Report has also been provided by Henry M. Wise, P.G., Vice-Chair - Industry, on industry activities in uranium, thorium, and rare-earth exploration, by Steven Sibray, C.P.G., Vice Chair - University, who will report on university activities in urani... More →
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Find Out More »  |  Open Resource  |  2014/11/22  |  274 Report Broken   Tell A Friend

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Index / Uranium (Nuclear Minerals) / Nuclear Power - Economics, Design, and Industry

Geoff Brumfiel reported that after the Fukushima Tsunami and damage to the nuclear power plant, Japan kept people safe from the physical effects of radiation, but not from the psychological impacts. In the immediate aftermath of the nuclear accident, public-health experts worried about the possible risk from radiation. Subsequent analyses have shown that the prompt evacuation of areas around the reactors probably limited the public exposure to a relatively safe level. But uncertainty, isolation and fears about the invisible threat of radioactivity are jeopardizing the mental health of the 210... More →
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Find Out More »  |  Open Resource  |  2014/09/23  |  172 Report Broken   Tell A Friend

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Index / Coal / Lignite, Graphite, Graphene, and Carbon Uses

The rest of the story is on pages 21 to 25 of the Journal of The Professional Geologist. As industry has begun to pull carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and store it in underground reservoirs, we also have the option to not burn the coal of fossilized dead forests. Alternative sources of energy to generate electricity are available.

We also have the option to prevent the destruction of the living forests - and their associated ecosystems - that produce much of the oxygen that humans and other organisms need to exist. The carbon in coal can also be used to make other common clean... More →
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Find Out More »  |  Open Resource  |  2014/09/14  |  251 Report Broken   Tell A Friend

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Index / Mining & Minerals - Evaluations / Off-World Exploration, Mining, & Technology

This AAPG-EMD Special Publication (Memoir 101) is a comprehensive and integrated review of energy resources in the Solar System, including materials that could both sustain future manned expeditions as well as meet Earth energy and mineral challenges in the 21st century and beyond. It has been prepared by a group of well-known industry, government, and university geologists and engineers, including NASA astronauts and other professionals from a range of geotechnical specialties. Any long-range program of human exploration and settlement of the solar system must consider in-situ resource utiliz... More →
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Find Out More »  |  Open Resource  |  2013/03/08  |  909 Report Broken   Tell A Friend

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Index / Conventional Oil & Gas Resources / Geospatial Information

This page provides links to the digital data zip files for the geologic maps. Each zip file will extract into a folder containing Arc/Info export files, metadata, files, and a readme file with brief unit descriptions. The export files can be imported using Arc/Info import, ArcView Import 7.1, or ArcToolbox Import to Coverage.
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Index / Conventional Oil & Gas Resources / Geospatial Information

Most of the maps are large format (60 inches X 36 inches, for example) because they were intended for printing on a wide-bed printer. To clearly view them on your monitor you will have to zoom in and then scroll through the map. They will also take more than just a couple of seconds to load owing to their complexity.
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Find Out More »  |  Open Resource  |  2009/09/06  |  494 Report Broken   Tell A Friend

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Index / Conventional Oil & Gas Resources / Geospatial Information

Oil & gas well information plus additional regulatory information for properties in the State of Louisiana.
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Find Out More »  |  Open Resource  |  2009/08/13  |  2290 Report Broken   Tell A Friend

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Index / Uranium (Nuclear Minerals) / Exploration, Mining, Marketing, Acquisitions

Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., CPG, Chair of the Uranium Committee of the Energy Minerals Div., AAPG reports on the recent uranium industry developments, exploration, mining and environmental programs in the U.S. and overseas. Any report on the industrial aspects of uranium must address the status of the nuclear industry in the U.S. today in light of the effect the 1979 Three-Mile Island incident had on the development of the nuclear power industry. Because Americans still vividly remember the nuclear solution to end World War II with a recalcitrant Japan, lingering fears of unseen radioacti... More →
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Index / Uranium (Nuclear Minerals) / Exploration, Mining, Marketing, Acquisitions

Produced by Michael D. Campbell, this text was published in 1977 by Houston Geological Society and represented one of the first treatments of alternate energy development and realistic environmental considerations.
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Index / Uranium (Nuclear Minerals) / Exploration, Mining, Marketing, Acquisitions

Deep under African soil, about 1.7 billion years ago, natural conditions prompted underground nuclear reactions. Scientists from around the world, including American scientists have studied the rocks at Oklo.
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