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  1. Oil and gas wastewater spills alter microbes in West Virginia watersRead the original story w/Photo

    18 min ago | EurekAlert!

    IMAGE: The hydraulic fracturing water cycle includes withdrawing water, adding chemicals, injecting fracking fluids through a well to a rock formation, and pumping wastewater to the surface for disposal or... view more Wastewater from oil and gas operations -- including fracking for shale gas -- at a West Virginia site altered microbes downstream, according to a Rutgers-led study. The study, published recently in Science of the Total Environment , showed that wastewater releases, including briny water that contained petroleum and other pollutants, altered the diversity, numbers and functions of microbes.

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  2. St Kitts-Nevis moves to finalize geothermal agreementRead the original story w/Photo

    33 min ago | Caribbean News Now!

    ... of Mount Liamigua in late 2015. Five geoscientists were in St Kitts conducting feasibility studies in geophysics, geology and geochemistry. President of Teranov, Jacques Chouraki, said at the time that the prospects for geothermal energy on St Kitts ...

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  3. Potential Whitewater Boating Opportunities for Lake Piru and Lower Piru CreekRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Fillmore Gazette

    Anticipated storm flows from Pacific storm Lucifer are being anticipated to trigger whitewater access opportunities for portage over the Santa Felicia Dam at Lake Piru to lower Piru Creek. Pursuant to the terms of United Water Conservation District's license with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for the operation of Santa Felicia Dam, whitewater boating access on Piru Creek below Santa Felicia Dam is available when at least 200 cubic feet per second is released from the dam.

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  4. Late Februarya s pre-spawn great for bass successRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Durant Daily Democrat

    It might be a bit early, but the year's big bass season is rapidly closing in thanks to the unusually warm February weather of recent days. To experience success out on the water, Orvis-endorsed Lake Texoma fly guide Steve Hollensed says to back off the bank just a little bit and target pre-spawn bass that are in the migratory pipeline that leads from the deeper water of wintertime to the shallower water of spring.

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  5. Europe Savors Taste of Brazilian Oil With More Blocks OpeningRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Bloomberg

    ... de Janeiro State University, citing the companies familiarity with the government and the region's deep-water geology. "They've done what is a very strategically positive thing for them, though it doesn't close the door to anybody." The ...

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  6. Brixton Metals Provides Project UpdatesRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | World News Report

    ... 130km from the Company's Thorn project. The claims cover approximately 55,474 hectares (555 SQKM) over favorable geology. The Company staked 33 claims that cover 53,815 hectares (538 SQKM) and also acquired 100% interest in four mineral claims that ...

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  7. Three Bays Preservation: Coloring in between the lines of a blue economyRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Barnstable Patriot

    ... to contaminate the fuel that powers our economy. Cape Cod is an island of 15 towns. In its most ecological sense, geology has woven 53 watersheds throughout, and each of these nature-crafted environments is unique, compromised and vulnerable. The ...

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  8. Congressman Urges Trump To Build Out Arctic Fleet, Says Russia Is Outclassing UsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Daily Caller

    Rep. Duncan Hunter speaks to the media before a painting he found offensive and removed is rehung on the U.S. Capitol walls on January 10, 2017 in Washington, DC. The painting is part of a larger art show hanging in the Capitol and is by a recent high school graduate, David Pulphus, and depicts his interpretation of civil unrest in and around the 2014 events in Ferguson, Missouri.

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  9. A&M Corpus Christi professor discusses fracking concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | KRISTV.COM Corpus Christi

    ... happening," said Dr. Dorina Murgulet. She is the TAMUCC Water Supply Studies Director and Assistant Professor of Geology. She says fracking is occurring all around Choke Canyon. The city understands that. But because the locations in question are ...

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  10. Industrial heavies speak out against SDOT dropping alternative BGT routes, City respondsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Ballard News-Tribune

    ... was "keep the industrial corridor" with 121 comments. The drafted EIS focuses on these major environmental impacts: geology, soil, hazardous materials, fish, wildlife, vegetation, land use, economics, recreation, utilities, transportation, parking, ...

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  11. Highland Copper Company Announces Appointment of Denis Miville-Deschenes as President and CEORead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Market Wire

    ... analysed mines and projects in North and South America, Europe and Africa. Mr. Charles holds a bachelor's degree in geology from Trinity College Dublin, an MSc. (applied) in Mineral Exploration from McGill University and is a CFA charter holder. Mr. ...

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  12. Scientists spy 8th continent, ZealandiaRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Earth & Sky

    ... continent, rather than a collection of continental islands, fragments, and slices, more correctly represents the geology of this part of Earth. Zealandia is thought to have been submerged for at least 23 million years. Today, 93% of it is under ...

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  13. Cannibal Corpse Worm: 3-Foot-Long Creature Had Monster JawsRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Live Science

    A newly discovered ancient worm that would have grown to more than 3 feet long is the oldest "Bobbit worm" ever discovered. Bobbit worm is the colloquial term for giant eunicids, marine worms that still exist today.

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  14. Evidence At Last: The Many Aspects of John Lloyd Stephens' Work...Read the original story

    13 hrs ago | Mormanity

    ... It is a place unlike Joseph's environment where ancient temples and roads were built. It is the only place where the geology also lines up, with active volcanoes and earthquake faults in the time frame required for the apparent volcanic and seismic ...

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  15. Gregg Stephens, PG, Joins AtwellRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Business Wire

    ... of the United States Army, and a registered professional geologist is 5 states. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Geology from The Ohio State University. "We are excited to have Gregg join our team. He will be a great mentor and manager. His leadership ...

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  16. John Wold, major Union College donor, dies at 100Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Albany Times Union

    ... of Union College as a whole." Together, the Wolds helped establish professorships in religious studies and geology, supported the Wold House (part of the college's Minerva student housing), the Annual Fund and various scholarships. The Casper ...

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  17. The Most Important Question Regarding Aramco's IPORead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    They were and still are highly incentivized to obfuscate facts and not to tell the whole story due to the political nature of this topic. If they want everyone to take this IPO seriously, they will need to showcase what is in the ground in a detailed report.

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  18. #Mining News: Iconic (TSXV: $ICM) (OTC Pink: $BVTEF) Receives Initial ...Read the original story

    15 hrs ago | InvestorIdeas.com

    February 22, 2017 Iconic Minerals Ltd. is pleased to announce that it has received initial lithium leaching results from sediments drilled in BC1602 at its Bonnie Claire project. Four samples from different elevations of the 1,170 feet thick, continuously mineralized section of fined grained sediments show leach recoveries of 83% to 87% Li, leaching with dilute acid and 45% to greater than 56% leaching with distilled water.

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  19. Primero Reports Year-End 2016 Mineral Reserves and ResourcesRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Market Wire

    ... cut-off grade methodology with decreased metallurgical recoveries, tighter structure control based on observed geology and more conservative dilution factors. The Company has also removed certain areas of veins and certain remnant pillars in ...

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  20. Books in briefRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Nature

    ... the linked exhibition at the Bodleian Library of the University of Oxford, UK — is an eloquent guide to the geology and history. But the visuals are the main event, from the lurid painting An Eruption of Vesuvius (1774) by Joseph Wright of ...

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