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The next frontier: Mining the deep sea

As we continue consuming metals and rare earths at the same speed as today, we could run out of existing resources 20 years' time, according to an estimate of current resources and reserves worldwide. Given this pressing demand and following the commodity price boom between...

source: By Stefanie Heerwig
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Robert "Trey" Bandemir, University of North Georgia. He received $500 from the AIPG Georgia Section....

source: AIPG

The AIPG Michigan Section Newsletter — May 2018 The AIPG Georgia Newsletter — May 2018

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Our field trips will explore central Colorado including the Cripple...

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AIPG 2018 Student Chapter of the Year Award winner is Columbus...

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This one-hour AGI Critical Issues webinar will introduce the geoscience of managing groundwater storage...

source: American Geosciences Institute

Analysis of annual hydrographs from most rivers in the western U.S. suggests that snowmelt provides the majority of streamflow in these areas. In this study, we attempt to quantify what proportion of Utah's...

source: Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies


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