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The lakes, forests, mists and snow of the Kola Peninsula deep in the Arctic Circle can make this corner of Russia seem like a scene from a fairy tale. Yet amidst the natural beauty stand the ruins of an abandoned Soviet scientific research station. In the middle of the crumbling...

source: BBC

Larch trees in the permafrost forests of northeastern China — the northernmost tree species on Earth — are growing faster as a result of climate change. A new study of growth rings from Dahurian larch in China's northern forests finds the hardy trees grew more...

source: Science Daily

The Brownies recognize excellence in brownfield remediation and reuse in six categories, along with the Brownfielder of the Year, presented to someone who is notable for championing brownfields.

source: Canadian Brownfields Network

The International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH) is giving free access to the May 2019 issue of Hydrogeology Journal until the end of June 2019. This issue is focused on groundwater in Sub-Saharan Africa.

source: International Association of Hydrogeologists

June 5th — 6th, 2019 Timmins, Ontario

source: Canadian Mining Expo

June 23rd — June 28th, 2019 The Sudbury 2019 organizing committee invites you to join us in Sudbury between June 23rd to the 28th, 2019 to participate in the 7th conference of the series. Building on the successes of the previous...

source: Goodman School of Mines | Laurentian University


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