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History of Continuing Professional Education

History of Continuing Professional Education 2017-11-09T20:00:08+00:00

RCB – Richard C. Bost, P.E., P.G.
MDC – Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H.
DC – M. David Campbell, P.G.
RL – Roger W. Lee, Ph.D., P.G.
RS – Ray Schaefer, P.G.
DR – David Rowlands, Ph.D., P.G.
DW – Donald L. Whitley, P.G.
TS – Thomas C. Sutton, Ph.D., P.G.

I2M Staff and Associates have attended seminars (including 40-Hr OSHA Training, and 8-Hr Updates), presented professional papers, served as session or meeting chairman in technical conferences or served on technical committees, as members and as officers, and have served in editorial duties for a number of professional societies, all for the purpose of experiencing continuing education over the years, and to meet the requirements of the Texas geoscience and engineering licensing regulations and those of other states and those in the United Kingdom, Australia, and Europe. It should be noted that additional CED credits (beyond those required by regulation) are submitted by I2M personnel and recorded below. However, not all are listed for each I2M Associate. They are responsible for maintaining their own CED records.

Last Update: November 8, 2017

Notes:

X – OSHA 8-Hr Update… (Texas E Code: Ethics-Related Credit)
* – Presented/Prepared Paper or Presentation… (Texas A Code: Author Credit or I Code: Instructor Credit)
** – Served as Session or Meeting Moderator… (Texas M Code: Meeting Credit)
*** – Served as Chairman or Officer of Professional Society… (Texas I Code: Instructor Credit)
**** – Served as Mentor of Professional Society Program… (Texas I Code: Instructor Credit)
***** – Served in Professional Editorial Functions… (Texas A Code: Author Credit or E Code: Ethics-Related Credit)
****** – Served on Editorial Board for a Technical Journal… (Texas E Code: Ethics-Related Credit)

# – Attended Ethics Seminar… (Texas E Code: Ethics-Related Credit)
## – Attended Technical Seminar… (Texas P Code: Participation Credit)

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2017

##   MDC and DR – November 8, 2017, “Environmental Issues and the Railroad Commission of Texas,” by Peter Fisher, P.G., and Peter Pope, P.G., at Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, HGS Announcement (here),  MDC Certificate: (here), Presentation:(here).

#    MDC and DR – October 12, 2017, ” Sustainable Water for developing Countries,” by Troy Meinen (of ERM) at Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, HGS Announcement (here),  MDC Certificate: (here),

##, #  MDC and DR – May 10, 2017, “The Moon: Stepping-Stone to the Planets,” by William A. Ambrose, P.G., Bureau of Economic Geology, Jackson School of Geosciences, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, and Ethics Lecture at Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, HGS Announcement (here),  MDC Certificate: (here), Presentation:(here).

*, *** MDC – April 29, 2017, presented a summary of the Annual Report of the Uranium (Nuclear and REE) Committee at the Annual Meeting of the Energy Minerals Division during the AAPG Conference on April 1, 2017 in Houston, Texas. Mr. Campbell is Chair of the UCOM. The full report was released today (more).
***** DC served as Special Consultant to UCOM for the above report.
*****RL and DR served as members of the UCOM Advisory Group for the above report.

##   MDC – April 12, 2017, “Legal and Regulatory Update – The Professional Geoscientist License in Texas,” by Matthew Coman, P.G.,  at Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, MDC Certificate (here).

##, #    MDC and DR – March 8, 2017, “Upper Cambrian Microbial Reefs, Mason, Texas: The making of Virtual Outcrops using Drone Imagery,” By Pankaj Khanna, Earth Science Department, Rice University, at Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, HGS Announcement (here),  MDC Certificate: (here).

##, #    MDC and DR – February 8, 2017, “Environmental Risk and Management through Insurance,” by Laurie Long, Assistant to the Vice President, Aspen Insurance, Houston,Texas, at Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, HGS Announcement (here)  (MDC Certificate: here).

*, ##     RCB – January 12-13, 2017 – made a presentation entitled “Remediation Best Practices in Light of EPA / World Bank / Equator Principles: Findings from U.S. Experience and International “Brownfield” Sites,” before the 9th International Conference on Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments, January 9-12, 2017 in New Orleans, La. (Program), and (Presentation).

2016

*****    MDC and DC served as senior editors during the year 2016 for the I2M Web Portal, which presents the results of their monitoring, review, and selection from a range of publications on mineral exploration and mining projects, energy resources, and environmental issues involved in groundwater supplies and climate change now available on the Internet. This is conducted as part of the pro bono duties conducted by MDC as Chair of the EMD Uranium (Nuclear and Rare Earth) Committee (more) and as Vice President – Eastern Texas for the Texas Section of the American Institute of Professional Geologists – AIPG (more). The I2M Web Portal is interactive and searchable, and is made available online to I2M Clients, Associates, geoscientists and the general public worldwide with a focus on scientific topics of interest to the management of I2M (more). This site contains thousands of online resources in the form of PDFs, URLs, and links to technical papers, reports, videos, and technical news items. For the recent additions, see (here).

*, ***,  MDC – December 18, 2016, presented a summary of the 2016 Mid-Year Report of the Uranium (Nuclear and REE) Committee to the Energy Minerals Division‘s Executive Committee and Commodity Chairs during their Mid-Year Teleconference on December 18, 2016. Mr. Campbell is Chair of the UCOM. The full report is now available (here).
***** DC served as Special Consultant to UCOM.
*****RL and DR served as members of the UCOM Advisory Group

##    MDC and DR – December 14, 2016, “Tax Day Flood of April 17-18, 2016, Houston and Harris County, Texas,” by Jeff Lindner Meteorologist/Director Hydrologic Operations Division, Harris County Flood Control District, at Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, HGS Announcement (here), PDF of Presentation Slides (more). MDC Certificate (here).

##  and #   MDC and DC – November 9, 2016, “So Secret, Occult, and Concealed: An Overview,” by Robert Mace, Ph.D., P.G., Deputy Executive Administrator, Water Science and Conservation, Texas Water Development Board, Austin, at Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, HGS Announcement (here), PDF of Presentation Slides and Paper (more). MDC Certificate (here), DC Certificate (here). Glenn Lowenstein, P.G., CAPM, and President, Terrain Solutions, Inc. provided an ethics presentation prior to the lecture by Dr. Mace.

## MDC – September 13, 2016, “Seeing Things Differently: Rethinking the Relationship Between Data, Models, and Decision-Making,” (Darcy Lecture), by Ty Ferre, Ph.D., University of Arizona, at Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, HGS Announcement, (here), Certificate (here)

*, *** MDC – June 18, 2016 presented a summary of the Annual Report of the Uranium (Nuclear and REE) Committee by teleconference at the Annual Meeting of the Energy Minerals Division during the AAPG Conference on June 18 in Calgary, Canada. Mr. Campbell is Chair of the UCOM. The full report is  available (more).

X DC – OSHA 8-hr Update, May 18, 2016 by Safety Unlimited, Certificate #1605185169168 (here).

## MDC and DR – May 18, 2016,  “Aquifers, Faults, Subsidence, and Lightning Databases,” by Kathy Haggar, Dynamic Measurement LLC, at Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, HGS Announcement (here) and Certificate (here).

* RCB – April 18-20, 2016, Presented a paper: “Health, Safety and Environmental Update on H2S and CO2 Injection and Sequestration,” at the ShaleTech Canada Conference (more) in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, PDF (here).

## MDC and DR – April 13, 2016, Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, “Mitigating Induced Earthquakes in North Texas,” by Heather DeShon, Ph.D., Southern Methodist University, HGS Announcement (here) and Certificate (here).

* MDC and DC – March 9, 2016, A 90-Minute Presentation to the Houston Geological Society’s Engineering and Environmental Group, entitled: “Independent Assessments of Gold, Uranium, Phosphate, Potash, and Rare-Earth Deposits in Australia, Vietnam, Texas, and Alaska,” by Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., HGS Announcement (here), Certificate (more), PDF (here).

## MDC – February 10, 2016, Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, “Multivariate Geostatistical Model for Groundwater Constituents in Texas” by Faye Anderson, Ph.D., Dept. Statistics, Lamar University, HGS Announcement (here), Certificate (more).

## MDC and RCB – January 13, 2016, Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, “Geology, Law and Coastal Change” by Kelly M. Haggar, Esq., HGS Announcement (more) and Certificate (more).

2015 

***** MDC and DC served as senior editors during the year 2015 for the I2M Web Portal, which presents the results of their monitoring, review, and selection from a range of publications on mineral exploration and mining projects, energy resources, and environmental issues involved in groundwater supplies and climate change now available on the Internet. This is conducted as part of the pro bono duties conducted by MDC as Chair of the EMD Uranium (Nuclear and Rare Earth) Committee (more) and as Vice President – Eastern Texas for the Texas Section of the American Institute of Professional Geologists – AIPG (more). The I2M Web Portal is interactive and searchable, and is made available online to I2M Clients, Associates, geoscientists and the general public worldwide with a focus on scientific topics of interest to the management of I2M (more). This site contains thousands of online resources in the form of PDFs, URLs, and links to technical papers, reports, videos, and technical news items. For the recent additions, see (here).

* MDC – December 16, 2015, As Chair of the Committee on Uranium (Nuclear and Rare Earth Minerals) of the Energy Minerals Division (AAPG), and I2M’s Chief Geologist/Principal Hydrogeologist, Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., presented the Committee’s 2015 Mid-Year Report by teleconference during the Division’s Mid-Year meeting (more).

# MDC – December 9, 2015, Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, “Acid Mine Drainage: What it is, Where it is, and the EPA’s Role,” by Matthew Cowan, P.G.,Terrain Solutions Inc.; HGS Announcement (more), (Certificate).

* MDC – November 30, 2015, Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., I2M’s Chief Geologist/Hydrogeologist and Chair, EMD Uranium (and Nuclear and Rare Earth Minerals) Committee, and James R. Conca, Ph.D., Member of the Advisory Group of the EMD Uranium (and Nuclear and Rare Earth Minerals) Committee have just published a chapter in the “Unconventional Energy Resources: 2015 Review” in the Journal of Natural Resources Research, Vol. 24, No.4, December, entitled: “Energy Competition in the Uranium, Thorium, and Rare Earth Industries in the U.S. and the World,” summarized and updated from the 2015 Annual Report of the EMD Uranium (and Nuclear and Rare Earth Minerals) Committee, pp. 450-458, Internet Access November 30, 2015 via (here).

# MDC – November 12, 2015, “Hydrological Responses to Earthquakes (and Why the LUSI Mud Volcano Eruption in Indonesia Was Not Caused by an Earthquake),” Rice University announcement (more).

# MDC – November 11, 2015, “Lead-Zinc Mineralization as an Indicator of Downdip Unconventional Resources,” Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting, by Stephen R. Schutter, Ph.D., Bull. HGS announcement (more), Certificate (here).

# MDC – October 22, 2015, “Hypervelocity Projectile Impact of Layered Materials: Lamellar Block Copolymers and Multilayer Graphene,” Rice University announcement (more).

# MDC – October 14, 2015, “Professional Ethics for Engineering and Environmental Geologists,” Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting Ethics Presentation by Christopher C. Mathewson, Ph.D., P.G., P.E., Board Member, Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists, Austin, Texas, HGS announcement (more). Certificate (here).

* RCB and MDC – September 28-29, 2015 – I2M’s Richard C. Bost, P.E., P.G., Senior Associate for Environmental Engineering, and Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., I2M’s Principal Hydrogeologist prepared the paper entitled: “Environmental, Health, and Property Damage Issues Raised by Litigants Opposing Hydraulic Fracturing and Oil and Gas Production in Texas,” which is to be presented by Mr. Bost during the Gas Mexico Congress and Exhibition, GMC15 – 149, in Villahermosa, Mexico, (here).

* and ## MDC – September 18, 2015 – Annual Conference American Institute Professional Geologists, Anchorage, Alaska, received the National AIPG Section Leadership Award (more). AIPG Texas Section Announcement (more).

## MDC – September 9, 2015, “Soil Sampling Utilizing Horizontal-Directional Drilling Methods, Part 2,” Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar presented by David Bardsley, of Directed Technologies Drilling, Scottsdale, AZ, HGS announcement (more). Certificate (more).

* ## *** RCB – May 30 – June 2, 2015 – As Co-Chair of the Committee on Renewable Energy Committee of the Energy Minerals Division (AAPG), Richard C. Bost, P.E., P.G., attended the 2015 EMD’s annual meeting on May 30 during the AAPG Annual Conference & Exhibition in Denver, Colorado. Mr. Bost also served as a judge for a technical session and attended numerous other technical presentations during the Conference.

* ## *** **** MDC – May 30 – June 2, 2015 – As Chair of the Committee on Uranium (Nuclear and Rare Earth Minerals) of the Energy Minerals Division (AAPG), Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., presented the Committee’s 2015 Annual Report at the Division’s annual meeting on May 30 during the AAPG Annual Conference & Exhibition in Denver, Colorado (more). Mr. Campbell also served as a judge of the AAPG Astrogeology Session, Theme 9: New Views of the Solar System, (more) and attended numerous technical presentations during the Conference. He also represented the Gulf Coast Section and Southeast Asia during the meeting of the AAPG’s Visiting Geoscientist Program Committee, which provides scheduled lecturers on energy-related topics to geology students at universities around the U.S. and throughout the world (more). Attended 18 presentations on subjects ranging from noble gases in the subsurface to exploration in Australia and China.

## MDC – May 13, 2015, “How to Get Product to Market Navigating the Endangered Species Act: A Case Study Using the Lesser Prairie-Chicken,”Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting Ethics Presentation by Amanda Miller, Tetra Tech, Inc., HGS announcement (more). Certificate (here).

# and ## MDC and RCB – April 1, 2015, Attended the “The Seminar on the Art of Business Litigation: A Conversation (Business and Ethics),” April 1, 2015, River Oaks Country Club: 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM.

## MDC and RCB – March 11, 2015, Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, “Navigating Pitfalls in Estimating Costs of Environmental Remediation Liabilities For Financial Reporting Purposes,” by Joy Young, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP’s, HGS announcement (here), and Certificates (MDC) and RCB).

# MDC – February 11, 2015, Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting Ethics Presentation, by T. Wesley McCoy, P.G., C.P.G., Enforcement Officer, Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists, Austin, Texas, HGS announcement (more). Certificate (here).

## MDC – January 15, 2015, Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2015, “Horizontal Environmental Drilling 101 – An Introduction to Horizontal Environmental Well Installation, Part 1” by David Bardsley, Directed Technologies Drilling, Inc., HGS announcement (more). Certificate (here).

2014

***** MDC and DC served as senior editors during 2014 for the I2M Web Portal, which presents the results of their monitoring, review, and selection from a range of publications on mineral exploration and mining projects, energy resources, and environmental issues involved in groundwater supplies and climate change now available on the Internet. This is conducted as part of the pro bono duties conducted by MDC as Chair of the EMD Uranium (Nuclear and Rare Earth) Committee (more). The I2M Web Portal is interactive and searchable, and is made available online to I2M Clients, Associates, geoscientists and the general public worldwide with a focus on scientific topics of interest to the management of I2M (more). This site contains thousands of online resources in the form of PDFs, URLs, and links to technical papers, reports, videos, and technical news items. For the recent additions, see (here).

* MDC, DC, RCB – Growth Faulting and Subsidence in the Houston, Texas Area has been completed and released after more than 10 years of research and discussions among the geological community in the Houston area (more). The Guide is consistent with the goals of the IET Sponsored Research Program (more) established in the mid-1990s to provide ongoing technical support to the graduates of the IET program and other interested professionals within the Houston Geological Society and to members of the AIPG in Texas and elsewhere. The Guide was produced by I2M’s Chief Geologist and Principal Hydrogeologist, Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H.; by I2M’s Project Manager & Mining / Environmental Geological Associate, M. David Campbell, P.G.; by I2M’s Senior Engineering and Environmental Associate, Richard C. Bost, P.E., P.G.; and by Henry M. Wise, P.G., Senior Geologist, Hydrogeologist and Remedial Services Senior Specialist for SWS Environmental Services, in La Porte, Texas.

*** and * MDC – As Chair of the Committee on Uranium (Nuclear and Rare Earth Minerals) of the Energy Minerals Division (AAPG), and I2M’s Chief Geologist/Principal Hydrogeologist, Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., presented the Committee’s 2014 Mid-Year Report by teleconference during the Division’s meeting today (more).

* MDC – By invitation from the EMD President, an article has been published by I2M’s Chief Geologist/Principal Hydrogeologist, Michael D. Campbell, in AAPG’s The Explorer, November issue, 2014. It is titled: Notoriety Notwithstanding, Nuclear Revival is Under Way (more). This is a summary of the original article titled: A Perspective on Nuclear Power, Uranium, and Post-Fukushima Revival (more). See the latter… for the rest of the story.

# and ## MDC and RCB – Attended the “The Seminar on the Art of Business Litigation: A Conversation (Business and Ethics),” October 1, 2014, River Oaks Country Club: 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM.

*** TS served on the steering committee of the Loveland Energy Action Project or “LEAP”. The committee consisted of a group of business executives, community leaders, health professionals, and scientists formed to oppose a ballot initiative in the November election to place a two-year moratorium on hydraulic fracturing in Loveland, Colorado. The moratorium was defeated.

* MDC, DC, JDK, and H. M. Wise, have released a post-publication expansion of an article titled “Coal, Just Not for Burning” (more). The article was originally published in the AIPG’s Journal of The Professional Geologist in the July-August-September Issue, 2014, pp. 21-25.

X MDC – OSHA 8-hr Update, August 18, 2014 by Safety Unlimited, Certificate #140818536586 (Here).

## MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2014, “Recycling Oil-Field Produced Water to Increase Local Water Supplies,” Doug Hall, W. D. Hall Company, Austin, Texas, May 14, (more).

*** and * MDC – As Chair of the Uranium (Nuclear Minerals and Rare Earth) Committee of the Energy Minerals Division (AAPG), and I2M’s Chief Geologist / Hydrogeologist, Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., presented the Committee’s 2014 Annual Report at the Division’s meeting April 5, 2014 during the AAPG Annual Conference in Houston (more). Forbes.com presented a summary of the report (more).

*** TS – served as judge in the State finals of the science fair competition at Colorado State University in April.

## MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2014, “Using a Portable X-Ray Fluorescence (pXRF) Spectrometer for Lithogeochemistry Applications: Potential for Volcanic Stratigraphy and Shale Marker Beds,” by Dr. Mark T. Ford, Texas A&M Kingsville, Texas, April 9 (more).

## MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2014, “Desalination: A Drought Proof Solution for the State of Texas” by Paul Choules, Sr. V.P., Water Standard, Inc., March 12, (more).

# MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2014, “Ethics and the Environmental and Engineering Geoscientist” by Matthew Cowan, P.G. and Glenn Lowenstein, P.G., February 12 (more).

2013

***** Served as Editor of the I2M Web Portal (here). This Web Portal is made available to I2M Clients, Associates, geoscientists and the general public worldwide with a focus on scientific topics of interest offered by the management of I2M Associates, LLC.

* MDC – “Uranium, Thorium, and Associated REEs of Industrial Interest,” in Unconventional Energy Resources: 2013 Review of the Uranium Commodity Committee Activities of the Energy Minerals Division, American Assoc. Petroleum Geologists, Journal of Natural Resources Research, Vol. 23, No. 1, January Issue, Springer Publishing, pp. 62-79 (more).

## MDC – Houston Geological Society, Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2013, “The Use of Stable Isotope Tracers to Address Groundwater Impacts of Oil and Gas Operations,” by Anthony W. Gorody, Ph.D., P.G., Universal Geoscience Consulting, Inc., Houston, Texas, November 13 (Abstract and Biography – PDF).

## MDC – Houston Geological Society, Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2013, “Sustainable Clean Water in Rural Guatemala,” by Troy W. Meinen, P.G., ERM, Houston, Texas, September 11 (PDF).

*** August 19, 2013 – Mr. Campbell has been elected to the Board of the Texas Section of the American Institute of Professional Geologists, (AIPG-TX) and will be serving as Vice President, Eastern Texas (more). Mr. Campbell has been a member and Certified Professional Geologist (CPG) since 1976, more than 37 years.

## MDC – Houston Geological Society, Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2013, “Evaluating Environmental Risk and Stigma,” by Thomas O. Jackson, Ph.D., Real Property Analytics, Inc., June 12.

* Campbell, M. D., and H. M. Wise, 2013, “Hydrogeologic Risks in the Groundwater Supply of Harris County, Texas: Radioactive Constituents, Natural Gas, and Growth Faults,” Invited Presentation at the May Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting of the Houston Geological Society, May 8, (Abstract and Biographies), selected references (here), and a PDF of selected slides from the presentation (PDF).

* Campbell, M. D., J. D. King, H. M. Wise, B. Handley, J. L. Conca, and M. David Campbell, 2013, “Chapter 9 – Nuclear Power and Associated Environmental Issues in the Transition of Exploration and Mining on Earth to the Development of Off-World Natural Resources in the 21st century,” in Energy Resources for Human Settlement in the Solar System and Earth’s Future in Space: AAPG-EMD Memoir 101, (eds) W. A. Ambrose, J. F. Reilly II, and D. C. Peters, eds., pp. 163–213 (more).

* Campbell, M. D., 2013, “A Review of Liability and Loss Prevention in the Geological Consulting Business,” Invited Presentation at the March Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting of the Houston Geological Society, March 13, (Abstract) and selected slides from the presentation (PDF).

## MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2013, “A Preview & Discussion of the Upcoming 83rd Texas Legislative Session,” by Mathew R. Cowan, P.G., and Henry M. Wise, P.G., January 9.(see Wise Report).

*** MDC Elected to serve as Vice President, Eastern Texas, AIPG-TX.org (Here).

****** MDC Continues to serve on the Editorial Board for the Journal of Geosciences, 2013 (More).

*** MDC serving as Member of the AAPG Astrogeology Committee (Here).

*** MDC serving as Chair, EMD Committee on Uranium (Nuclear and Rare Earth Minerals) (Here).

* MDC – As Chair of the Committee on Uranium (Nuclear and Rare Earth Minerals) of the Energy Minerals Division (AAPG), and I2M’s Chief Geologist/Hydrogeologist, presented the Committee’s 2013 Mid-Year Report by teleconference during the Division’s meeting November 22, 2013 (Here).

* MDC – As Chair of the Committee on Uranium (Nuclear and Rare Earth Minerals) of the Energy Minerals Division (AAPG), and I2M’s Chief Geologist/Hydrogeologist, presented the Committee’s 2013 Annual Report by teleconference during the Division’s meeting in Pittsburgh, PA, 2013(Here).

2012 

* Campbell, M. D., and M. A. Wiley, 2011, “Uranium and Nuclear Minerals,” in Unconventional Energy Resources: 2011 Review, Energy Minerals Division, American Assoc. Petroleum Geologists, Journal of Natural Resources Research, Vol. 20., No. 4, December, pp. 279-328. (Paper, pp. 311-328).

## MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2012, “Investigation of Municipal Water Supply Shortfall,” by Courtnay D. Cochran, who presented the results of an investigation under the supervision of Becky Johnson, P.G. TCEQ EnviroMentor, Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas to support the Barksdale Water Supply Corporation, Texas, Mark Norvell, President.

# MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2012, “Ethics for Professionals and Other Good Folks,” by C.C. Mathewson, Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists, October 10.

## MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2012, ” Outfall Channel Soil Erosion,” by Mark Vogler, U.S Soil Service, September 12.

****** MDC appointed to serve on the Editorial Board for the Journal of Geosciences, April 22, 2012 (More)

# MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2012, “Ethics as a License Holder,” presented by T. Wesley McCoy, P.G., Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists, April 11.

## MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2012, “Near-Surface Geophysical Applications to the Geological Wonders of Central and South Texas,” presented by Mustafa Sarabudak, Ph.D., February 8.

## Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2012, “Salt Solution Mining for Cavern Development Prior to Gas Storage,” presented by Maurice Gilbert, Consultant, January 11.

King, J. D., and M. D. Campbell, 2012, “On the Need Today for Due Diligence in Small Mergers and Acquisitions for Investment in Mineral Exploration, Mining, and Brownfield Projects,” an I2M White Paper, January, (PDF).

*** MDC serving Member of the AAPG Astrogeology Committee (Here).

*** MDC serving as Chair, EMD Committee on Uranium and Nuclear Minerals (Here).

*** MDC serving as Past President, Energy Minerals Division, AAPG, serving as Chairman of the Advisory Committee to the EMD Executive Committee.

2011 

## MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2011, “Oil & Gas Rights,” presented by Paul Parsons, Consultant, October 9.

## MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2011, “The Role of Geoscience in Archaeology,” presented by Sean Nash, Tony Scott, and Charles E. Bludau, Jr., HRA Gray & Pape, LLC, Houston, March 15.

## MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Dinner Meeting & Seminar, 2011, “Forensic Investigation is Not Just an ASTM Phase I or II,” presented by Dennis L. Caputo, Consultant, February 15.

* Campbell, M. D., 2011, “State of the Uranium Industry in the U.S. & the World: Updated – 2011”, Presented at the April Meeting of the Ohio Geological Society, Ramada Plaza Hotel & Conference Center, Columbus, Ohio, April 21, (PDF)

* Wise, H. M., and M. D. Campbell, 2011, “State of the Uranium Industry in the U.S. and the World,” AAPG Conference and Exhibition, Houston, EMD Session, April 12. (PDF)

* Campbell, M. D., 2011, “Small Modular Nuclear Reactors: The Hyperion System, An Energy Solution to Remote Gas & Oil Production and Exploration,” Presented in the absence of John R. (Grizz) Deal, CEO, Hyperion Power Generation Inc. at the AAPG 2011 Annual Convention and Exhibition, Houston, April 12. (PDF)

## – MDC attended 12 technical presentations at AAPG 2011 Annual Convention and Exhibition, Houston, April.

*** MDC served as President, Energy Minerals Division, AAPG, Responsible for all Division activities and provide leadership and guidance to EMD Executive Committee, officers, Committee Chairs, and EMD membership (2011) (Here).

*** MDC serving as Member of the AAPG Astrogeology Committee (Here).

*** MDC serving as Chair, EMD Committee on Uranium and Nuclear Minerals (Here).

2010 

X MDC – OSHA 8-hr Update, August 8, 2010 by Safety Unlimited, Certificate #100808536586 (Here)

# MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Meeting & Seminar, 2010, Ethics Seminar: “Firm Registration by TBPG” Presented by Matthew Cowan, May 18.

## – MDC attended 10 technical presentations, AAPG Conference, New Orleans, April…

* Campbell, M. D. and H. M. Wise, 2010, “Uranium Recovery Realities in the U.S. – A Review,” Invited Presentation for the Dinner Meeting of the Houston Geological Society’s Engineering and Environmental Group, May 18, Houston, Texas, 51 p. (Click here)

# MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Meeting & Seminar, 2010, Ethics Seminar: “Fraud and Misrepresentation” Presented by Matthew Cowan, February 16.

## MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Meeting & Seminar, 2010, “Integrating Environmental Considerations into Wind Power Project Siting” Presented by Todd Hall, ERM Houston, February 16.

# MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Meeting & Seminar, 2010, Ethics Seminar: “Moonlighting – An Ethical Choice?”, M. R. Cowan, P.G., January 19.

## MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Meeting & Seminar, 2010, “Municipal Setting Designation”, by R. Chapin, City of Houston, January 19.

*** MDC serving as member of the Advisory Council, AAPG, (2010 – 2011) (Here).

*** MDC elected as President-Elect, Energy Minerals Division, AAPG, Responsible for assisting the President with all Division activities and provide leadership and guidance to EMD officers, chairs, and EMD members (2010) (Here).

## MDC – Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Meeting & Seminar, 2010,”Nuclear Power in Space Exploration and on Earth: An Overview,” by Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., Principal, M. D. Campbell and Associates, LP., Houston, January 20.

*** MDC appointed Member of the AAPG Astrogeology Committee (Here).

*** MDC serving as Chair, EMD Committee on Uranium and Nuclear Minerals (Here).

2009 

*** Member of the Advisory Board, Division of Environmental Geosciences, AAPG, (2009 – 2011) (Here).

## Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Meeting & Seminar, 2009, “Oil-Field Legacy Lawsuits – Planet Savers or Company Killers?,” by J. M. Austin, P.G., November 17.

* and *** Campbell, M. D., J. D. King, H.M. Wise, B. Handley, and M. David Campbell, 2009, “The role of nuclear power in space exploration and the associated environmental safeguards: an overview,” Report of the Uranium Committee, Energy Minerals Division to the Astrogeology Committee of AAPG. Presented at the Conference of the AAPG-Energy Minerals Division and Astrogeology Committee Sessions, June 8-10, held in Denver, CO. (PDF).

***, ** and * Campbell, M. D., B. Handley, H. M. Wise, J. D. King, and M. David Campbell, 2009, “Developing Industrial Minerals, Nuclear Minerals and Commodities of Interest via Off-World Exploration and Mining,” Paper/Poster/Report at the Conference of the American Association of Petroleum Geologist (AAPG), Energy Minerals Division Sessions, June 9, Denver, CO., 27 p. (PDF).

## – Attended 12 technical presentations, AAPG Conference, Denver, June 11-13.

## – Attended 15 technical presentations, SME Conference, Seattle, October.

* and *** Campbell, M. D., 2009, “Uranium,” in Unconventional Energy Resources and Geospatial Information: 2008 Review by the Energy Minerals Division, American Assoc. Petroleum Geologists, of the Journal of Natural Resources Research, Vol. 18., No. 1, January. (Uranium section in PDF).

## Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Meeting & Seminar, 2009, “Update on Recent Legislation Affecting the Geological Practice Act and Review of TBPG Board Rules,” by M. R. Cowan, P.G., and H. M. Wise, P.G., September 22.

* and *** Campbell, M.D., 2009, “Nuclear Power in Space Exploration and on Earth: An Overview,” Preliminary Report on EMD Uranium Committee’s investigations of off-world applications of nuclear power in off-world exploration at the Houston Geological Society’s Environmental and Engineering Dinner Meeting on January 20. (PDF) (Abstract).

*** Chair, EMD Committee on Uranium and Nuclear Minerals (Here).

2008 

## Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Meeting & Seminar, 2008, “A Pictorial Look at the Daisetta Sinkhole, Northeast Liberty County,” by Richard G. Howe, P. G., Terrain Solutions, December 16.

* and *** Campbell, M. D., H. M Wise, and J. D. King, 2008, “Nuclear Fuel Exploration, In Situ Recovery, and Environmental Issues in context with the National Energy Needs through Year 2040,” Proc. Texas Commission of Environmental Quality Conference and Trade Fair, Session: “Underground Injection Control,” Invited Presentation, Austin, Texas, April 30, 2008 (PDF).

* and *** Campbell, M. D., J. D. King, H. M. Wise, R. I. Rackley, and B. Handley, 2008 “The Nature and Extent of Uranium Reserves and Resources and Their Environmental Development in the U.S. and Overseas,” AAPG – Energy Minerals Division Conference, April 23, 2008, Session: “Uranium Geology and Associated Ground Water Issues”, San Antonio, Texas (PDF).

## Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Meeting & Seminar, 2008, “Mapping Hurricane Inland Storm Tides,” by Michael J. Turco, P.G., U.S. Geological Survey, Texas Water Science Center, November 18.

* and *** Campbell, M. D., H. M. Wise, and J. D. King, 2008, “Nuclear Fuel Exploration, In Situ Recovery, and Environmental Issues in Context with the National Energy Needs through Year 2040”, Proc. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Conference and Trade Fair, April 30, An Invited Presentation, Austin, Texas (PDF).

## Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Meeting & Seminar, 2008, “Got Good Data? Understanding Laboratory Data for TRRP DUS Workshop,” by Lora Terrill, Director of Operations, Houston ALS Laboratory Group, April 15.

## Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Meeting & Seminar, 2008, “Houston Area Active Faults – What Makes Them Move?”, by Carl E. Norman, P.G, Ph.D., February 19.

## Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Meeting & Seminar, 2008, “Shallow Water Flow and Seafloor Failure in the Ursa Basin, Northern Gulf of Mexico,” by Brandon Dugan, Ph.D., Rice University, Houston, Texas, January 15.

*** Chair, EMD Committee on Uranium and Nuclear Minerals (Here).

2007

# Houston Geological Society Environmental & Engineering Meeting & Seminar, 2007,”Ethics & Copyright Challenges & Resources for the Professional Geoscientist,” by Alison Steele Mandadi, P.G., Steele Environmnetal Services, LLC, Houston, Texas, November 20.

***** Campbell, M. D., et al., 2007, Confronting Media Bias Against Nuclear Power and Uranium Exploration and Development and Associated Environmental Issues, (here).

*, **, and *** Campbell, M. D., et al., 2007, “Uranium In-Situ Leach Development and Associated Environmental Issues,” Proc. Gulf Coast Geological Societies Conference, Fall, Corpus Christi, Texas, 17 p. (PDF).

* and *** Campbell, M. D., et al., 2007, Nuclear Power: Winds of Change: Report of the Uranium Committee, Energy Minerals Division, AAPG, March 31, (Online), PDF.

*** Chair, EMD Committee on Uranium and Nuclear Minerals (Here).

2006 

* and *** Campbell, M. D., 2007, “Pressure on the Electrical Grid and 3rd Quarter, 2006 Uranium Concentrate Production”, in Unconventional Energy Resources and Geospatial Information: 2006 Review by the American Assoc. Petroleum Geologists, Energy Minerals Division, Natural Resources Research, Vol. 16., No. 3, September. (Uranium section in Paper).

Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Special Institute on Uranium Exploration and Development (and Environmental Issues), 2006, April 27-28, Volume 2006, No.2., Denver, CO. (RMMLF). Contact Time: 14 hrs.

*** Chair, EMD Committee on Uranium and Nuclear Minerals (Here).

2005 

* and *** Campbell, M. D., et al., 2005, Recent Uranium Industry Developments, Exploration, Mining and Environmental Programs in the U.S. and Overseas, AAPG, Energy Minerals Div., Uranium Committee Report for 2005: PDF.

* and *** Campbell, M. D. and M. David Campbell, 2005, “Uranium Industry Re-Development and Expansion in the Early 21st Century: Supplying Fuel for the Expansion of Nuclear Power in the U.S., The Environment vs. The Paradigm,” Rocky Mountain Natural Gas Strategy Conference & Investment Forum, Session 1, Presented by Colorado Oil & Gas Association, August 1-3, Denver, Colorado, 44 p.

* Bost, R. C., M. D. Campbell, M. David Campbell, and T. R. Eckols, 2005, “Flawed Geoscience in Forensic Environmental Investigations: Part II: How Daubert Affects the Scope and Bases for Expert Opinions” NGWA Environmental Law & Ground Water Conference, Baltimore, MD., July 21-22, (Conference Program).

* Bost, R. C., M. D. Campbell, M. David Campbell, and T. R. Eckols, 2005, “Flawed Geoscience in Forensic Environmental Investigations: Part III: How Daubert Is a Surrogate for Ethical Questions Regarding Expert Opinions” NGWA Environmental Law & Ground Water Conference, Baltimore, MD., July 21-22, (Conference Program).

* and *** Campbell, M. D., et al., 2005, Recent Uranium Industry Developments, Exploration, Mining and Environmental Programs in the U.S. and Overseas, Energy Minerals Division, AAPG, Uranium Committee 2005 Report, March 25, (here).

**** Distinguished Mentor for the John Mann Hydrogeology Program, GSA South-Central Meeting, Trinity University, April 1, 2005 (here).

*** Chair, EMD Committee on Uranium and Nuclear Minerals (Here).

2004

## – Attended 15 technical papers at Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

**** Distinguished Mentor for the Roy J. Shlemon Applied Geoscience Program, GSA South-Central Meeting, Texas A&M University, March 15-16, 2004 (here).

*** Chairman, Uranium Committee, Energy-Minerals Div., AAPG, Responsible for Monitoring Technical Developments and Disseminating Information to Members. (2004-Present) (Here).

Conference on Ground Water and Environmental Law, Chicago, Ill., sponsored by the National Ground Water Association, May 5-6, 2004, (see Program*).

* Growth Fault Symposium, Texas A&M University, sponsored by the Geological Society of America and the Texas Section, Association Engineering Geologists, March 16, 2004, (see Program and Abstract)*.

* Houston Geological Society Environmental and Engineering Meeting and Seminar, 2004, “Environmental Geoscience and Litigation: Dos and Don’ts, Now or Later,” by Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., Principal, M. D. Campbell and Associates, L.P., Houston , February 10.

*** Appointed Chair, EMD Committee on Uranium and Nuclear Minerals (Here).

Previous

** Houston Geological Society Environmental and Engineering Geology Group, Bi-Monthly Meeting Moderator and Speaker Selection, Year: 2002 – Houston.

*** Chairman, Internet Resources Committee, AEG-TX.ORG, (2003 – Present).

***** Editorial Board of the International Journal of Environmental Forensics, for the term 2000 to 2003.

***** Co-Editor, IET Web Resources Portal, (2001 – Present) (here).

Conference on Litigation, Ethics, and Public Awareness, Washington, D.C., sponsored by the National Ground Water Association, August 5-7, 2002.

Conference on Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Organic Chemicals in Ground Water: Prevention, Detection, and Remediation, Houston, Texas, sponsored by the American Petroleum Institute and the National Ground Water Association in the following years: 2001, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991*, 1990, 1989, 1988, 1987, 1986, 1985**, 1984**.

The Outdoor Action Conference and Exposition on Aquifer Remediation, Ground Water Monitoring, and Geophysical Methods, Las Vegas and other locations, sponsored by the National Ground Water Association, the Association of Ground Water Scientists and Engineers, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in the following years: 1997, 1994, 1992, 1991*, 1990, 1985, 1983** and most of previous years back to 1974.

The 13th Annual Texas Environmental Superconference, Austin, Texas, State Bar of Texas, Environmental and Natural Resources Law Section Air and Waste Management Association-SW Section, and others. August 2-3, 2001.

Annual Conference and Exposition of the National Ground Water Association, Las Vegas, Nashville, and other locations, sponsored by the National Ground Water Association and the Association of Ground Water Scientists and Engineers: 1999, 1998, 1994, 1989, 1982, 1978, 1976**, and before.

Annual Conference of the American Institute of Professional Geologists, Houston, Texas, Chairperson, Environmental and Mining Sessions, 1997, and others in the past.

Petro Safe Conference / Energy Week, Houston, Texas, Pro Bono Booth Awarded to the Institute of Environmental Technology: 1998, 1997+, 1996+, 1995+, 1994+, 1993+, 1992.
+-Exhibition Presenter for the IET Program.

Texas Hazardous Waste Management Society Annual Environmental Symposium , 1997, 1995.

Annual Conference on Energy and the Environment of the Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies, Austin, Texas, 1994.

Served as Principal Instructor for the Institute of Environmental Technology, Houston, Texas, 1992 to 1996 (see Brochure).

AIME, Society of Mining and Exploration, Annual Conference , Denver, Reno, and other locations: 1991+, 1988 and many previous AIME conferences around the country., +-Exhibition Presenter for the ENSR Consulting and Engineering Program.

Conference on Bulk Mineable Precious Metal Deposits of the Western United States , sponsored by the Geological Society of Nevada, Reno, 1987*.

Annual Conference and Exposition of the Association of Water Board Directors , 1989*.

Mr. Campbell attended in the past numerous additional conferences, short courses, and seminars in addition to those listed above (see Mr. Campbell’s list of publications).

HEALTH and SAFETY TRAINING

X – 8-hr Refresher Training, Required for Work on Hazardous Waste Sites, provided by Safety Unlimited, Certificate #140818536586, dated August 18, 2014 (Here).

***** – Field Alert System, managed by I2M Associates, LLC (led by M. D. Campbell) initiated in 2013 via the I2M Web Portal (Defined), (Recent Action Items).

X – 8-Hr Refresher Training, Required for Work on Hazardous Sites, provided by Safety Unlimited, Certificate #100808536586 for Environmental Training to meet 29 CFR 1910.120(e), Date: August 8, 2010

X – 8-Hr Refresher Training, Required for Work on Hazardous Sites, provided by ARGO Environmental Training, for 29 CFR 1910.120(e), Date: June 21, 2004.

X – 8-Hr Refresher Training , Required for Work on Hazardous Sites, provided by ARGO Environmental Training, for 29 CFR 1910.120(e), Date: March 5, 2002.

X – 40-Hr Health & Safety Training Required for Work on Hazardous Sites, provided by The Institute of Environmental Technology, Houston, Texas, According to OSHA 29 CFR 1910, Date: July 15, 1995.

X – 8-Hr Management and Supervisory Training Specified by OSHA 29 CFR 90.20(e)(4), provided by ENSR Consulting & Engineering Health & Safety Group, Houston, Texas, Date: January 8, 1991.

X- 40-Hr Health & Safety Training Required for Work on Hazardous Sites, provided by Law Engineering, Inc., Houston, Texas, According to OSHA 29 CFR 1910, Date: November 27, 1990.

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