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Geologists are using new direct methods to measure the Earth's oxygenation. They identified, for the first time, exactly how much oxygen was in Earth's atmosphere 813 million years ago — 10.9 per cent. This finding, they say, demonstrates that oxygenation on Earth...

source: Science Daily

Over the course of two days, we will feature International Keynote Speakers, Concurrent Sessions, Panels and Workshops, as well as a Poster Session and our ever popular Wine and Cheese social event. New to this...

source: Natural Channels

The APGO Mentoring Program did not exist 15 years ago when I started my career, but I was very fortunate to have met a woman who took me under her wing, and taught me lessons that I still carry to this day. Her mentoring made a big difference and helped mold me into the...

source: By Patricia Meyer, P.Geo.

Even the mining industry's super commodity of the future may be unable to avoid the Achilles' heel of all mineral producers — a recurring habit of busting a boom with too much supply. As miners of everything from copper...

source: Financial Post

A $785,000 study, jointly funded by Canada and Ontario, suggests more study is needed before deciding if an all-weather road should be built in a mineral-rich area known as the Ring of Fire in northern Ontario. The...

source: CBC News

Canada's mineral exploration and mining industry is asking energy and mines ministers, in Winnipeg for their 73rd annual conference, to work on tackling several challenges that have resulted in Canada dropping to second place behind Australia as the most desirable mining...

source: Canadian Mining Journal


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