Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H. Curriculum Vitae

Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H.EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT & CHIEF GEOLOGIST / PRINCIPAL HYDROGEOLOGIST

I2M Associates, LLC - Houston Office
1810 Elmen Street
Houston, TX 77019
United States
Telephone: 713.807.0021
Facsimile: 713.807.0985
Email: mdc@i2massociates.com

Education

1976, M.A., in Geology, Rice University, Houston, Texas, under an Eleanor and Mills Bennett Fellowship, with courses in geology and geophysics. Additional 31 graduate hours toward Ph.D. Thesis: Paleoenvironmental and Diagenetic Implications of Selected Siderite Zones and Associated Sediments in the Upper Atoka Formation, Arkoma Basin, Oklahoma-Arkansas, 124 p. (Continuing Research)

1966, B.A., in Geology, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, with additional courses in the Hydrogeology Program, and served as Undergraduate Research Assistant. Scientific German Secondary Field of Specialty. He began college in 1961 in southern California (at San Bernardino Valley College), taking undergraduate courses including: geology, chemistry, engineering drawing, etc. Transferred to OSU in 1962.

Professional Memberships / Affiliations

Association of Ground Water Scientists and Engineers (AGWSE)
American Association of Petroleum Geologists
(Energy Minerals Division and Division of Environmental Geosciences & Founding Member, 1977)
American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM)
American Institute of Hydrology (AIH), Recertification, 2004, Dues: 2013
Canadian Institue of Mining and Metallurgy (Elected 1982)
Society of Economic Geologists (SEG) - 1967 to 1990; 2007 to Present (Fellow)
Society of Mining and Exploration (Registered Member of SME of AIME)
Geological Society of America (GSA-Fellow)
Association of Geoscientists for International Development (AGID)
Houston Geological Society (HGS)
Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists (AEEG)
International Association Hydrogeologists (IAH)
American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG)
International Society of Environmental Forensics (ISEF)
Texas Association Professional Geoscientists (TAPG
Ohio Geological Society
European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE)Near Surface Geoscience Division (NSGD)
Geological Society of London
European Federation of Geologists
Australian Institute of Geoscientists

Professional Certification / Registration

Professional Geologist (AIPG #3330)
Professional Hydrogeologist (AIH #480) (Recertification 2004)
Professional Geologist (Wyoming #546
Professional Geologist (Mississippi #347)
Professional Hydrogeologist (Washington #866)
Professional Geologist (Washington #866)
Professional Geoscientist (Texas #53)
Professional Geologist (Alaska #606)
Registered Member - SME Program (SME #479440)
Chartered Geologist by the Geological Society of London (#1023626)
Titled as European Geologist by the European Federation of Geologists (#1132)
 

Professional Honors, Awards and Committees

Who's Who in the Southwest (First Listed: 18th Edition - 1982, etc.)
Who's Who in America (First Listed: 49th Edition - 1995, through 58th Edition for 2004)
Who's Who in Technology (1982, etc.) Listing: (here)
American Men & Women of Science Listing (here) (First Listed: 14th Edition -1979, etc.)
Men of Achievement (International) (First Listed: 10th Edition - 1984)
American Institute of Professional Geologists (1975, etc.)
American Institute of Hydrology (1984, etc.)
Ohioana Book Award in Science (1975): Sorted by Author, click (here); County, click (here)

Citation by Law Engineering as Corporate Hydrogeologist (1990)
Citation by Class of the Institute of Environmental Technology(1992 & 1994)
Public Service Award - Outstanding Contributions, Texas Section, AIPG (1998)
Chairman, Environmental and Mining Sessions, AIPG Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, Oct., 1997
Chairman, Internet Committee, Texas Section, AIPG (1998-Present)

Chairman, Internet Resources Committee, Texas Section, AEG (2003-2010)
Shlemon Mentor in Applied Geoscience, GSA South-Central Section Mtg., Texas A&M University,
March 16, 2004. Captured in Poster at GSA Mtg., Denver (here).

Fellow, Geological Society of America, April, 2004 (Press Release on Induction)
Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame, 2004
Mann Mentor in Hydrogeology, GSA South-Central Section Mtg., Trinity University, April 1, 2005
Chairman, Uranium Committee, EMD, AAPG (2004-2011) - Public Web Page (here).
President (2010-2011), Energy Minerals Division, AAPG (here).
Member (2009-2011) of the Advisory Board, Div., Environmental Geosciences, AAPG
Member (2010-2011) of the AAPG Advisory Council
Elected as a Fellow, Society of Economic Geologists (SEG)
Elected as a Fellow and Chartered Geologist in Geological Society of London (#1023626)
Elected Vice President, Eastern Texas of AIPG-TX.org.
Titled as European Geologist (#1132) by the European Federation of Geologists, Bruxelles, Belgium.
Elected as a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (#5953)

Continuing Professional Education / Training

Mr. Campbell has attended, presented papers, served as session chairman in technical conferences, has served as a member or officer of professional societies, and as an editor for a number of technical societies. He has also maintained certifications in health and safety training. Click here to review.

Career Summary

Mr. Campbell is well-known nationally and internationally for his work as a technical leader, program manager, consultant and lecturer in hydrogeology, many aspects of mining, and associated environmental and geotechnical fields. He has gained a wide range of interdisciplinary experience in business (mergers and acquisitions) and technical management in the environmental (regulatory, geological and hydrogeological), mining, and financial fields spanning almost 40 years. For a historical summary of selected client projects, see (here).

Mr. Campbell has published widely, most notably: Water Well Technology (McGraw-Hill) and Rural Water Systems Planning and Engineering Guide (Commission on Rural Water). In the mid to late 1970's, he served on the Editorial Board of the journal: Ground Water for eight years and served as co-founder and first Director of Research of the NWWA Research Facility at Rice University. In the late 1970's, he also produced Geology [and Environmental Considerations] of Alternate Energy Resources (Houston Geological Society) and many other publications and consulting reports over the years on a variety of applied hydrogeologic, geologic, and injection well and hazardous waste subjects. He maintains an extensive library of more than 300,000 citations on environmental and mining topics covering the U.S. and overseas (see publications list).

Mr. Campbell interrupted his graduate studies after the master's degree (Ph.D. work at Rice University in 1976) to join a major engineering and environmental consulting company as Director, Alternate Energy, Mining and Environmental Programs. During the period, he also served as an invited technical expert and lecturer for UNESCO-sponsored water-supply projects conducted in many parts of the world. Mr. Campbell provided management consulting for a mining project (with revenues/expenses of more than $8 million/year) and as a principal consultant for exploration, mining, processing/refining and environmental activities. Over the past 15 years, he has provided senior technical guidance, review, training, litigation support and consultation on numerous hydrogeological, water supply, and hazardous waste projects involved in both RCRA and CERCLA programs for major law firms and consulting engineering and environmental companies as well as industry.

Chronological Professional Experience

2010-Present: I2M Associates, LLC., Executive Vice President and Chief Geologist / Principal Hydrogeologist, Houston, Texas. Mr. Campbell, in cooperation with a number of senior Associates, are employed by a new company in Texas to expand the scale of a number of projects in the U.S. and overseas. With offices in the Seattle, Washington and elsewhere in the U.S., the I2MA team is providing consulting services in uranium, gold, base metals, and other commodities, such as geothermal energy, combined with the associated environmental projects located in the U.S. and overseas. In pro bono, in 2013, he was elected to the Board of the Texas Section of the American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG-TX) and is serving as Vice President - Eastern Texas.

1995-2010: M. D. Campbell and Associates, L.P., Senior Consulting Hydrogeologist and Principal-in-Charge, Houston, Texas. Mr. Campbell and a small support staff serve industry by providing technical consulting on RCRA, CERCLA and related waste management involving a range of contaminants such as BTEX, solvents, brine, etc., risk assessment projects, and water-supply projects in Texas, the US and overseas. Mr. Campbell provides project/document review, and technical and QA/QC training for industry, consulting companies and law firms for RCRA, Superfund, and mining-related projects. He designs, lectures, and produces formal technical short courses and semester-long courses on environmental science, engineering and technology, and in pro bono in the 1990s, he has served on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Applied Ground-Water Protection sponsored by the Ground-Water Protection Council, and served as Special Editor for the journal: Ground Water until 2005. Mr. Campbell also served on the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Environmental Forensics, for the term 2000 to 2003. He was appointed as Chair of the Committee on Uranium, Nuclear and Rare Earth Minerals ​of the Energy Minerals Division (EMD) in 2004, and was elected President of the EMD of the AAPG in 2010.

During the summer of 1992, Mr. Campbell developed, managed and served in pro bono as Principal Instructor for a 220-Hr Evening Semester Course: Introduction to Environmental Technology, held on the campus of North Harris Community College for the purpose of cross-training petroleum geologists, engineers, chemists, and others as a prelude to entering or advancing in the environmental field. Mr. Campbell lectured on RCRA and CERCLA and on hydrogeology and project management, and selects and managed all guest lecturers from industry, government and local universities. The course was later hosted by the Houston Engineering and Scientific Society (HESS) and by The Institute of Environmental Technology. Almost 400 men and women have graduated from the program to date.

He served as: Principal of M. D. Campbell and Associates, L.P., Principal Hydrogeologist of Environmental Litigation Associates, and Principal Instructor for the Institute of Environmental Technology, all located in Houston, Texas.

1991-1995: DuPont Environmental Remediation Services, Houston, Texas - Regional Technical Manager and Chief Hydrogeologist. The firm is a wholly-owned subsidiary of E. I. DuPont de Nemours. Mr. Campbell managed the activities of the Technical Group (far right in photo) serving DuPont plants and other plants over a seven-state area. He managed five operating departments: Geology, Environmental Specialties, Deepwell, Conceptual Engineering, and Engineering /Construction, involving approximately 60 technical personnel. He provided technical and administrative leadership, staff recruitment, training, quality control/assurance, risk assessment on various DuPont projects and represented DuPont on technical committees in Superfund projects in the US.

1990: ENSR Consulting and Engineering, Houston, Texas - Regional Director of Geosciences and Chief Hydrogeologist. The firm is a leading environmental services firm specializing in RCRA and CERCLA projects for industry. Mr. Campbell provided senior technical review, managerial direction, guidance, and leadership to the hydrogeologic and geologic staff throughout the company's 22 offices in the US. He also provided and managed regular technical training sessions and performed quality control, assurance functions and litigation support for hydrogeologic projects (i.e., RCRA, CERCLA: Superfund and UST, and landfill investigations). He also initiated, guided and supported marketing efforts in environmental projects.

1987-1990: Law Engineering, Inc., Houston, Texas - Senior Hydrogeologist and Corporate Hydrogeological Consultant. Firm is a large employee-owned geotechnical and environmental engineering company founded in the early 1940's. Mr. Campbell provided senior technical direction, guidance, leadership and motivation to the hydrogeologic staff for the company's 52 offices in the US and overseas on hazardous waste projects including UST, landfill, water supply, dewatering, and RCRA (Part B Permits) and CERCLA (Property Environmental Assessments: Stage I and II projects, and Superfund investigations and representations), including litigation support and expert witness testimony. He was responsible for initiating, guiding and supporting marketing efforts in environmental and relevant geotechnical projects.

Mr. Campbell also provided training sessions and managed technology development programs via in-house research groups throughout the company. He served on Senior Review Boards and performed annual quality control audits for the company. Mr. Campbell was cited by Law Engineering's corporate management as the Corporate Consultant in Hydrogeology (Chief Hydrogeologist) for his outstanding contributions to the company (1990).

1982-1987: Campbell, Foss & Buchanan, Inc., Houston, Texas - President and Senior Partner. Firm engaged in domestic and international environmental and natural resource management projects involving geological, hydrogeological and engineering programs: environmental investigations and characterizations (Part B Permitting, and Property Transfer Assessments), mine dewatering, project management (RCRA Investigations), natural resource assessment, reserve analysis and acquisitions for industry, mining (Alaska and Utah), financial, and banking communities. Precious metal discovery credited in Nevada. Provided consulting services on an $8-million/year precious metal mining and cyanide heap-leaching project from discovery through development operations and environmental liaison with state and federal regulatory agencies. As part of these services, Mr. Campbell provided guidance and consultation in the daily review and monitoring of the financial and operational activities of the 50-person mining company. In addition, he also served numerous other companies and consulting groups in senior review functions on hazardous waste and RCRA refinery and plant investigations during the period.

1976-1982: Keplinger and Associates, Inc., Houston, Texas - Director, Alternate Energy, Minerals and Environmental Division. Formed group and defined marketing objectives in 1976. Responsible for and managed all non-oil & gas projects: alternate energy (coal/lignite, geothermal energy, uranium), minerals (precious and base metals and industrial commodities-phosphate, potash, sand & gravel, and related environmental projects involving property transfer assessments (Pre-CERCLA activities) for joint-venture negotiations, corporate mergers, and buyouts, financial and litigation preparations, hazardous waste investigations (RCRA Part A and Part B Permitting), geotechnical projects (dewatering), and water resource investigations. He also served on the expert's committee of the United Nations' ground water exploration and development program from 1978 to 1983. Mr. Campbell managed a staff of seven geologists, engineers and specialty consultants. He also presented seminars on a range of subjects involving environmental, hydrogeological, and water-supply issues.

1971-1976: NWWA Research Facility, Columbus, Ohio and Houston, Texas - Director of Research. Co-founded in 1971 and served as first Director of Research. Mr. Campbell conceived, formulated, supervised and conducted investigations on: water well technology, ground-water contamination and investigation practices and procedures, well construction standards, injection well systems' operation & maintenance, rural water systems' planning and engineering. Mr. Campbell was responsible for the early research programs funded by the U.S. Office of Water Resources Research (here), and in the development of EPA's early protocol development and characterization of ground-water contamination and remediation practices (Early RCRA and CERCLA).

The NWWA Research Facility and the staff of six were moved to Rice University, Department of Geology and Geophysics, in 1973 and continued through 1976. He also was an invited lecturer for graduate-level seminar courses on hydrogeology and economic geology for two years. Conducted graduate research on paleoenvironmental and diagenetic processes under fluvial-deltaic conditions. This project is continuing as new information becomes available. For an interim report on the research, click (here).

1969-1971: Teton Exploration, Div., United Nuclear Corporation, Casper, Wyoming - District Geologist/Hydrogeologist, Eastern US and Canada. Mr. Campbell was responsible for mineral prospect generation (with emphasis on uranium and other strata-bound mineralization) and for field reconnaissance, mapping, sampling, drilling site operations, recommendations for land acquisition and project budgeting and execution. He also conducted research on the hydrochemistry of the Morton Ranch uranium geochemical cell and nature of mine dewatering and water-supply development in and around the deposit, including the nature of abandoned drill holes plugged with bentonite muds. He advanced the development of hydrochemistry and geochemistry as an aid to frontier uranium exploration and for developing models of mineralization in frontier exploration areas.

1966-1969: Continental Oil Company (of Australia), Sydney, Australia - Staff Geologist/Hydrogeologist, CONOCO Minerals and Mining Division. Mr. Campbell was responsible for conducting, coordinating, and implementing prospect evaluations, mapping and sampling programs, well-site operations, and ground-water supply programs in various parts of Australia, Micronesia (Caroline Islands) and the South Pacific (Coral Sea) for: phosphate, potash, sulfur, coal, base metals, and uranium. Phosphate discovery credited. Also investigated a new uranium district on the Nullabar Plains of South Australia (see publications list below). Joint-venture programs with Japanese and Korean companies required extensive travel between Australia and Japan and Southeast Asia.

Fields of Activities, Major Reports, Publications and Presentations:

1. Mining and Mineral Exploration and Development Projects

2. Hydrogeological and Environmental Projects

3. Geothermal Exploration and Development Projects

4. Coal / Lignite Exploration and Development Projects

5. International Projects

6. Miscellaneous Projects

7. Publications / Papers In Preparation

Mining and Mineral Exploration / Hydrogeological / Environmental / International Investigations

In the early 1960's, Mr. Campbell was selected as Undergraduate Research Assistant in the Department of Geology, The Ohio State University and subsequently worked on one of the first long-term, systematic ground-water contamination investigations involving oil-field pollution by open brine disposal pits in Ohio and on early modeling of the associated ground-water flow behavior under Dr. Jay H. Lehr and Dr. Wayne A. Pettyjohn and others.

In 1966, Mr. Campbell joined Continental Oil Company (CONOCO), Minerals & Mining Group in Sydney, Australia working on mineral exploration, mining and associated ground-water supply projects. He served as a Visiting Lecturer, University of Queensland, in Townsville (replaced later as James Cook University) lecturing on the principles of hydrogeology. After returning to the US, in the early 1970's, Mr. Campbell organized the National Water Well Association's Research Facility becoming its first Director of Research in Ohio and then at Rice University, Houston. Over the period of 1971 to 1976, Mr. Campbell provided technical seminars on hydrogeology for numerous universities and for the US E.P.A. He also served as Technical Consultant to the Water Well Journal and as Abstract Editor for the journal: Ground Water. During the period, Mr. Campbell managed numerous Association and EPA projects and programs dealing with hydrogeology and shallow drilling, shallow well design, construction, operation and maintenance, injection well, technical education and industrial contamination assessment, providing the early guidance to EPA personnel on ground-water sampling, monitoring well construction protocols and hazardous-waste spill response strategy for subsequent RCRA and CERCLA activities.

In 1975, he received The Ohioana Book Award in Science for the text: Water Well Technology (McGraw-Hill). Mr. Campbell was appointed as United Nations Technical Expert to review overseas ground-water programs for the period: 1976 to 1981. While at Rice University, he also conducted graduate fellowship research on a variety of subjects and taught courses in hydrogeology and economic geology, Mr. Campbell and his team provided substantial input for the EPA-sponsored National Ground Water Information Center Data Base presently operated by the NWWA. He served as an Editor or as a member of the Editorial Board of the journal: Ground Water from 1964 to 1978. During the period, he conducted numerous consulting geotechnical investigations and served as an invited technical expert and lecturer for the United Nations and UNESCO-sponsored projects on world-wide ground-water exploration and development in igneous and metamorphic rocks in: Sweden, Italy (Sardinia), India, and Tanzania.

Among the hydrogeological consulting projects conducted during the early 1980's, Mr. Campbell completed a series of investigations for a major geotechnical consulting firm on gasoline leaks in and around service stations in Texas. With Campbell, Foss and Buchanan, Inc. (CF&B), he initiated an evaluation of vadose flow of cyanide solutions of a heap-leach precious metals mining project (see abstract) A long-term monitoring program was established for evaluating flow and hydrochemical behavior, and for providing data for optimizing process control, and for regulatory monitoring purposes. C,F&B conducted numerous projects in the US and overseas. During the period, Mr. Campbell also provided senior technical review and consultation for hydrogeological and hazardous waste projects associated with lignite mining (mine dewatering) and chemical plants performed by other geotechnical consulting groups in the south-central and northern United States.

While with Law Engineering, Inc., he was promoted to the company's highest technical position in the discipline as Corporate Hydrogeological Consultant (aka Chief Corporate Hydrogeologist), the first such designation in the company's 42 year history. He provided direction and technical support to Law Engineering's 52 offices through the US and overseas. Mr. Campbell served in a similar capacity with ENSR Consulting and Engineering, and in industry, with DuPont Environmental. Presently, he provides consultation on mining and mineral exploration programs, waste management, characterization, remediation, water supply projects, technical training, litigation support and expert witness testimony on mining, hydrogeology, the National Contingency Plan, and related subjects (contact I2M Associates for access to Mr. Campbell's litigation summary).

Mining and Hydrogeological / Environmental Publications

Major Reports, Publications and Presentations
[For Publications in Preparation (Here)]

Campbell, M. D., 2014, 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).

Campbell, M. D., 2014, "Notoriety Notwithstanding, Nuclear Revival is Under Way," (more). By invitation from the EMD President, in AAPG's The Explorer, November issue, 2014. This is a summary of the original article entitled: "A Perspective on Nuclear Power, Uranium, and Post-Fukushima Revival." (more). 

Campbell, M. D., M. David Campbell, J. D. King, and H. M. Wise, 2014, "Coal, Just Not for Burning," in the journal: The Professional Geologist, Jly-Aug-Sep Issue, pp. 21-25 (here). An expanded version (here).

Campbell, M. D., 2013, "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, in PDF format (see PDF pages 44-61) prior to the release of the paper in the Journal of Natural Resources Research, Vol. 23, No. 1, January Issue, Springer Publishing for the paginated journal article (more).

Campbell, M. D., 2013, "Uranium Committee Mid-Year Report," As Chair of the Committee on Uranium (Nuclear and Rare Earth Minerals) of the Energy Minerals Division (AAPG), presented by teleconference at the Division's November meeting (more).

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," An Invited Presentation to the Environmental and Engineering Group of the Houston Geological Society, Houston, Texas, May 8, Abstract and Biographies (more); Selected References (more); PDF Slide Presentation (here).

Campbell, M. D., J. D. King, H. M. Wise, B. Handley, J. L. Conca, and M. David Campbell, 2013, "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, "Review of Liability and Loss Prevention in the Geological Business," An Invited Presentation to the Environmental and Engineering Group of the Houston Geological Society, Houston, Texas, March 13, see (more).

Campbell, M. D., and J. D. King, 2012, "Wishbone II Project: Northeast Queensland, Australia," Competent Persons Report (CPR) for Wishbone Gold, plc, Shore Capital & Corporate Limited, London, England, by I2M Associates, LLC, Houston and Seattle, July 10, 139 p (PDF).

Campbell, M. D., and J. D. King, 2012, "White Mountain Project: Northeast Queensland, Australia," Competent Persons Report (CPR) for Wishbone Gold, plc, Shore Capital & Corporate Limited, London, England, by I2M Associates, LLC, Houston and Seattle, July 10, 128 p.(PDF)

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 (PDF).

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

Campbell, M. D., and J. D. King, 2011, Iron Glen Project: Northeast Queensland, Australia, Competent Persons Report (CPR) on the Base- and Precious-Metal Potential for Iron Glen Mining Pty Ltd., Allenby Capital Limited and Strategic Minerals plc, London, England, by I2M Associates, LLC, Houston and Seattle, May 2, 199 p.(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. (Grizzmar) Deal, CEO, Hyperion Power Generation Inc. at the AAPG 2011 Annual Convention and Exhibition, Houston, April 12. (PDF)

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), Abstract (Here).

Campbell, M. D., J. D. King, H. M. Wise, R. I. Rackley, and B. Handley, 2009 "The Nature and Extent of Uranium Reserves and Resources and Their Environmental Development in the U.S. and Overseas," AAPG – Energy Minerals Division 2008 Report, revised for publishing in AIPG's The Professional Geologist, Vol. 46, No. 5, September/October, pp. 42-51 - Peer Reviewed. (Click here)

Campbell, M. D. and J. D. King, 2009, "AusPotash Corporation Project: Adavale Basin, Queensland, Australia, NI 43-101 Report, by M. D. Campbell and Associates, L.P., Houston and Seattle, July 8, 113 p. (Click here).

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. - Peer Reviewed. (Click here).

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 at the Conference of the American Association of Petroleum Geologist (AAPG), Energy Minerals Division Sessions, June 9, Denver, CO., 27 p. - Peer Reviewed. (Click here).

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. - Peer Reviewed. (Uranium section in Paper).

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 Paper, Austin, Texas, April 30, 2008 (Click here).

Campbell, M. D., J. D. King, H. M. Wise, R. I. Rackley, 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 - Peer Reviewed. (Click here).

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 Energy Minerals Division, American Assoc. Petroleum Geologists, of the Journal of Natural Resources Research, Vol. 16., No. 3, September. Peer Reviewed. (Uranium section in Paper).

Campbell, M. D., H. M. Wise, R. I. Rackely, "Uranium In-Situ Leach Development and Associated Environmental Issues," Proc. Gulf Coast Geological Societies Conference, Fall, Corpus Christi, Texas, 17 p. - Peer Reviewed. PDF Version: (here)

Campbell, M. D., H. M. Wise, and B. Handley, 2007, Nuclear Power - Winds of Change, Energy Minerals Division, AAPG, Uranium Committee 2007 Report, March 31, Peer Reviewed. (PDF: here). The AAPG Explorer Abbreviated Version (here).

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: Energy Supply - Quantities and Qualities, Presented by Colorado Oil & Gas Association, August 1, Denver, Colorado, 44 p. (PDF Version).

Bost, R. C., M. D. Campbell, M. David Campbell, T. R. Eckols and Andrew L. Fono , 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 | Papers).

Bost, R. C., M. D. Campbell, M. David Campbell, T. R. Eckols, and Andrew L. Fono, 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 | Papers).

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).

Campbell, M. D., and M. David Campbell, 2004, "Crisis Management: Ground-Water Supplies in the 21st Century," EnviroTechnology, Vol. 1, Summer, pp 78-81. Peer reviewed. (As Published | As Submitted).

Campbell, M. D., 2004, Professional Memorial: Ted H. Foss, Ph.D., P.G., Geological Society of America Memorials, Vol. 33, April, pp. 17-22. (here).

Campbell, M. D., R. C. Bost, and M. David Campbell, 2004, "Flawed Geoscience in Forensic Environmental Investigations: The Effect of Daubert Challenges on Improving Investigations" NGWA Environmental Law & Ground Water Conference, Chicago, IL, May 5-6, (Conference Program | Paper).

Campbell, M. D., and M. David Campbell, 2004, "Growth Faulting in the Houston, Texas Area: Origins, Relationships, Hazards, Impacts, and Methods of Investigation," A Draft Report to The Institute of Environmental Technology and the Graduates located in the Houston, Area, 2009 Draft Released for Review, (Draft).

Campbell, M. D., M. David Campbell, and M. Saribudak, 2004, "Growth Faulting, Associated Geologic Hazards, Economic & Regulatory Impact, and Methods of Investigation for the Houston, Texas Area," South-Central Meeting, Geological Society of America and Texas Section of the Association of Engineering Geologists Growth Fault Symposium, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, March 16, 83 p. (Program).

Campbell, M. D., 2004, "Environmental Geoscience and Litigation: Dos and Don'ts, Now or Later," Featured Speaker, Houston Geological Society Environmental and Engineering Geology Dinner Meeting, February 10. Abstract (here).

Campbell, M. D., 2000, "Federal and State Regulations and Field Implementation in Hazardous and Solid Waste Investigations and Management," An Invited Lecture for the University of Texas School of Public Health, August 29th and September 19th, Presentation Sponsored by the Institute of Environmental Technology, Houston, Texas.

Campbell, M. D., 1999, "The Role of Environmental Technology in Developing, Maintaining, and Protecting Ground-Water Supplies in the 21st Century," in The U.S. Water Report, Saringa Group, Inc., San Francisco, CA, pp. 264-271. Peer Reviewed. For pdf file (click here also published online (here).

Campbell, M. D., 1998, "Federal and State Regulations and Field Implementation in Hazardous and Solid Waste Investigations and Management," Invited Lectures for the University of Texas School of Public Health, September 15th and October 27th, Presentation Sponsored by the Institute of Environmental Technology, Houston, Texas.

Campbell, M. D., 1998, "Ground-Water Supply Systems: Hydrogeology and the Delivery of a Municipal Water Supply," Seminar on New Municipal Ground-Water Supply Issues, Houston, Texas, April 16, Sponsored by the Institute of Environmental Technology, the Environmental Litigation Associates, and Gardere Wynne Sewell & Riggs, L.L.P., Attorneys, Houston, Texas.

Campbell, M. D., 1996 (5,4,3 &2), "Environmental Awareness and Its Development: An Emphasis on the Oil & Gas Industry," Proc. Introduction to Environmental Technology, Spring Semesters, Institute of Environmental Technology and Houston Engineering & Scientific Society, 28 p.

Campbell, M. D., 1996 (5,4,3 & 2), "Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and Applications," Proc. Introduction to Environmental Technology, Spring Semesters, Institute of Environmental Technology and Houston Engineering and Scientific Society, 88 p.

Campbell, M. D., 1996 (5,4,3 & 2), "Applied Hydrogeology: Ground-Water Flow," Proc. Introduction to Environmental Technology, Spring Semesters, Institute of Environmental Technology and Houston Engineering and Scientific Society, 54 p.

Campbell, M. D., 1996 (5,4,3 & 2), "Applied Hydrogeology: Typical LNAPL & DNAPL Behavior in the Subsurface," Proc. Introduction to Environmental Technology, Spring Semesters, Institute of Environmental Technology and Houston Engineering and Scientific Society, 77 p.

Campbell, M. D., 1996 (5,4,3 & 2), "Ground-Water Modeling: Practices & Pitfalls," Proc. Introduction to Environmental Technology, Spring Semesters, Institute of Environmental Technology and Houston Engineering and Scientific Society, 97 p.

Campbell. M. D., 1995, "The State of the Environmental Industry," An Invited Presentation, Society of Texas Environmental Professionals, Held at Houston Engineering and Scientific Soc., August 3, 2-Hour Presentation.

Alyanak, N., J. T. Grace, and M. D. Campbell, 1995, "A Cost-Effective Statistical Screening Method to Detect Oilfield Brine Contamination," Proc. SPE/EPA Exploration & Production Environmental Conference, Houston, TX, March 27-29, Peer Reviewed. pp. 631-640.

Alyanak, N., and M. D. Campbell, 1995 (4 & 3), "Statistics in Environmental Investigations," Proc Introduction to Environmental Technology, Fall and Spring Semesters, Institute of Environmental Technology and Houston Engineering and Scientific Society, 45 p.

Campbell, M. D., 1995, "On the Spelling of the Term: Ground Water," Bull. Houston Geological Society, Vol.37, No.6, February, pp. 23-24.

Campbell, M. D. and K. H. Forster, 1995, Hydrogeology and Mining, a Study Guide for Workshop presented at The National Mining Conference, Knoxville, Tennessee, May 11, 137p.

Campbell, M. D., 1994, "Estimating Hydraulic Conductivity For Evaluating Contaminant Transport," An Invited Presentation, Houston Geological Society, Environmental / Engineering Monthly Meeting Abstract: HGS Bull., Vol. 36, No.6., p 19, (here).

Campbell, M. D. and K. H. Forster, 1994, Mining Hydrogeology, a study guide for a mini-course presented at the National Symposium on Mining, Hydrology, Sedimentology and Reclamation, Reno, Nevada, December 5-9, 137p.

Campbell, M. D. and K. H. Forster, 1994, Basic Mining Hydrogeology, a study guide for a mini-course presented at the National Symposium on Mining, Hydrology, Sedimentology and Reclamation, Springfield, Ill., December 7-11, 96p.

Forster, K. H. and M. D. Campbell, 1994, "Hydrogeologic Investigations for Designing a Dewatering and Depressurizing System in a Gulf Coast Lignite Mine," Kentucky Coal Mining Symposium, Bowling Green, 10p.

Campbell, M. D. and James T. Grace, 1993/94, "Phase I and Phase II Investigations of Potential Brine Contamination Sources, West Texas," Campbell and Associates Report (Private Distribution), Phase I: 28 p., Phase II: 385 p.

Campbell, M. D., 1993, "Guidance on the Selection, Design and Testing of Vapor Extraction Systems," Campbell and Associates Report (Private Distribution), October, 6 p.

Campbell, M. D., 1993, "Management of Environmental Project Teams: Line vs. Matrix Approaches," An Invited Presentation, Houston Geological Society, Environmental/Geotechnical Monthly Meeting, Abstract: HGS Bull., Vol. 35, No. 11, p. 28. Presented later as an IET Lecture on January 19, 1995 (Here).

Swartz, T. E., K. Mentesoglu, M. D. Campbell, and O. Akkol, 1991, "Turkey: Ground-Water Issues in a Country with a Developing Economy" in Proc. Fifth National Outdoor Action Conference on Aquifer Restoration, Ground Water Monitoring, and Geophysical Methods, AGWSE Conference, May 13-16, Peer Reviewed. Las Vegas, Nevada, pp 165-174.

Campbell, M. D., Starrett, M. S., Fowler, J. D., and Klein, J, 1990, "Slug Tests and Hydraulic Conductivity" in Proc. Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Organic Chemicals in Ground Water :and Restoration, API/NWWA Conference, October 31 -November 2, 1990, Houston, Texas, Peer Reviewed. pp 85-99.

Campbell, M. D., et al., 1990, "Hydrogeologic Principles and Contaminant Transport in Landfill Applications," An Invited Presentation, Law Engineering Technical Workshop, Greenville, S.C., June 1.

Campbell, M. D., 1989, "Hydrogeology and Water Wells," Annual. Mtg. Texas Water Board Directors, One Hour Presentation, Dallas, for Law Engineering, Houston.

Larsson, I., M. D. Campbell, et al., 1984, UNESCO Guidance Document: Ground Water in Hard Rocks (Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks), United Nations (UNESCO) and the Swedish International Development Authority (SIDA), 450 p., Peer Reviewed. (Editions in English, French, Spanish & Russian). ID (more).

Campbell, M. D., 1981, "Fundamentals of Water Well Technology, Well Operations and Maintenance in Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks, in Proceedings Interregional on Ground Water in Hard Rocks, Nov-Dec, 1979, Coimbatore, India, Peer Reviewed. pp. 116-145.

Campbell, M. D., 1981, "Economic Considerations on Ground Water Exploration and Development in Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks," in Proceedings Interregional on Ground Water in Hard Rocks, Nov-Dec, 1979, Coimbatore, India, Peer Reviewed. pp. 105-115.

Campbell, M. D., et al., 1979, A Review of the United Nations Ground Water Exploration and Development Programme in Developing Countries, 1962-1977, United Nations, Natural Resources, Water Series No. 7, ST/ESA/90, New York, 84 p. Peer Reviewed.

Colburn, C. E., Abrams, E. F., Campbell, M. D., et al., 1979, EPA Guidance Document: Protection of Ground Water Resources from the Effects of Accidental Spills of Hydrocarbons and Other Hazardous Substances," U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Drinking Water, EPA-570/9-79-017, July, 77 p. Peer Reviewed.

Campbell, M. D., 1977, "Water Well Technology for Ground Water Development and Production in Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks," Proc. United Nations International Seminar on Ground Water in Hard Rocks, Stockholm-Sardinia, September 22-October 7, 61 p. Peer Reviewed.

Campbell, M. D., 1977,(ed), Geology [and Environmental Considerations] of Alternate Energy Resources, Uranium, Lignite, and Geothermal Energy in the South Central States, Houston Geological Society, 364 p. Peer Reviewed.

Campbell, M. D. and K. T. Biddle, 1977, "Frontier Areas and Exploration Techniques - Frontier Uranium Exploration in the South-Central United States," in Geology of Alternate Energy Resources, Chapter 1, Published by the Houston Geological Society, pp. 3-44. (PDF) Peer Reviewed.

D. L. Warner (and M. D. Campbell), 1977, EPA Guidance Document: An Introduction to the Technology of Subsurface Wastewater Injection: Chapter 6 (Pre-Injection Wastewater Treatment and Surface Facility Design), pp. 188-233; Chapter 7 (Injection Well Design and Construction) , 234-282; Chapter 8 (Start-up Operations), 283-292, and Chapter 10 (Injection Well Abandonment), 320-328. U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA-600/2-77-240, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory, Ada, OK. Peer Reviewed.

Campbell, M. D., 1976, Guest Editorial: "Thomas P. Ahrens -Father of Water Well Technology," Ground Water, Vol. 14, No. 6, pp. 365-366.

Campbell, M. D., and S. N. Goldstein, 1975, "Engineering Economics of Rural Systems. "Part1 - "Elements of System Design". Part 2 - "Application of Economic Criteria to the Evaluation of Project Feasibility, A Case Study," in Proceedings of Rural Environmental Engineering Conference on Water Pollution Control Technology in Low-Density Areas, September 26-28, 1973, University of Vermont, Warren, Vermont, pp. 145-180. Peer Reviewed.

Campbell, M. D., and J. H. Lehr, 1975, "Engineering Economics of Rural Systems: A New US Approach," Journal American Water Works Association, Vol. 67, No. 5, pp. 225-231. Peer Reviewed.

Campbell, M. D., et al., 1975, EPA Guidance Document: Manual of Recommended Water Well Construction Standards, US EPA Contract 68-01-92, Office of Research and Development, 177 p. (NWWA Research Facility at Rice University and NWWA Water Well Standard Committee) Peer Reviewed.

Campbell, M. D., and J. H. Lehr, 1975, "Well Cementing," Water Well Journal, Vol. 29, No. 7, pp. 39-42. Peer Reviewed.

Campbell, M. D., and R. H. Schwartzer, 1975, "Critical Energy Resource Areas: Subsurface Information from Ground Water Exploration and Other Shallow Exploration Activities," Proc. Symposium on Subsurface Geo-Science Records and Materials, sponsored by the Federal Energy Administration, Dallas, Texas, April 10.

Campbell, M. D., and G. R. Gray, 1975, "Mobility of Well-Drilling Additives in the Ground-Water System," in Proceedings Conference on Environmental Aspects of Chemical Use in Well Drilling Operations, Houston, May, 1975, pp. 261-288. Peer Reviewed.

Campbell, M. D., 1974, "Rural Water Systems Automation and Telemetry: An Economic Advantage," Rural Water News, No. 12, NDWP Technical Note 2.

Campbell, M. D., 1974, "Water Well Construction in the United States: An Evaluation Approach and Ramifications," NWWA Research Facility Special Paper 3, 29p.

Campbell, M. D., 1974, "Rural Water Systems: Ground Water Quality Control and Testing," Rural Water News, No. 11, National Demonstration Water Project Technical Note. 1.

Campbell, M. D., 1974, "Regional Survey of Theses and Dissertations on Ground Water," Ground Water, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 112-117.

Campbell, M. D., 1974, Rural Water Systems Operations and Maintenance: A Guide for the Engineer and Operator, Commission on Rural Water and NWWA Research Facility, Rice University, Houston, 591p.

Campbell, M. D., 1974, "O and M Costs: Pay Now or Pay Later," Water Well Journal, Vol. 28, No. 2, pp. 26-27.

Campbell, M. D., 1973, "Well Cost Analysis," Water Well Journal, Vol. 25, No. 5, pp. 35-38.

Campbell, M. D., 1973, Guest Editorial: "Practical Ground Water Research: A University-Industrial Solution," Ground Water, VII, No. 6, pp. 2-3.

Campbell, M. D. and Hunt, W. A., 1973, "Engineering Economics of Rural Water Systems," in Proceedings of International Ground Water Symposium/Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, Seminar 1: National Development - Session 3: "Cost Benefit Versus Risk Capital," Sydney, Australia, November 20-23, pp. 1-20.

Campbell, M. D. and Hunt, W. A., 1973, "The Challenge of Environmental Protection and Industrial Development - An American Viewpoint," in Proceedings of International Ground Water Symposium/Macquarie University, Seminar 1: National Development - Session 3: "The Place for Private Water Supplies," Sydney, Australia, November 20-23, pp. 1-12

Campbell, M. D., 1973, Spray Effluent Irrigation: An Editorial, Irrigation Journal, May-June, p. 4.

Campbell, M. D., and J. H. Lehr, 1973, Water Well Technology, subtitled: Field Principles of Exploration Drilling for Ground-Water and Selected Minerals, a textbook, McGraw-Hill, 697 p., 165 figs., 120 tabs., 68 eqa., 674 refs. (12th printing - 1987). Peer Reviewed.

Campbell, M. D., and Lehr, J. H., 1973, Rural Water Systems Planning and Engineering Guide, Commission on Rural Water, Washington, D. C., 150p. Peer Reviewed.

Campbell, M. D., 1973, Guest Editorial: "Industrial Progress Through Practical Research," Ground Water, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 2-4.

Campbell, M. D., 1972, "Water Well Construction Technology: -Variations on Rotary Drilling and Other Common Drilling Systems," Water Well Journal, Vol. 26, No. 8, pp. 39-43.

Campbell, M. D., 1972, "Water Well Technology: - The Turbodrill," Water Well Journal, Vol. 26, No. 9, pp. 48-52.

Campbell, M. D., 1972, "Water Well Construction Technology: -Future Drilling Systems," Water Well Journal, Vol. 26, No. 11, pp. 46-51.

Campbell, M. D., 1972, "Introduction to Rotary Drilling Systems and Mud Drilling Fluids," Water Well Journal, Vol. 26, No. 6, pp. 42-45, 17 refs.

Campbell, M. D., 1972, "Water Well Construction Technology. Part 3 - Cable Tool Drilling," Water Well Journal, Vol. 26, No. 5, p. 58-61.

Campbell, M. D., 1972, "Rock Drillability," Water Well Journal, Vol. 26, No. 4, pp. 55-58, 7 refs., 4figs.

Campbell, M. D., 1972, "Water Well Construction Technology. Part 1 - Introduction," Water Well Journal, Vol. 26, No. 3, p.42-45.

Campbell, M. D., 1971, "Notes on Science: Progress Through Research," Water Well Journal, Vol. 25, No. 11, p. 48-49.

Campbell, M. D., 1971, "Notes on Science: Terradynamics," Water Well Journal, Vol. 25, No. 10, p. 42-44.

Campbell, M. D., and S. H. Ross, 1971, "Geophysics and Ground Water: Part II: Applied Use of Geophysics," Water Well Journal, Vol. 25, No. 8, pp. 35-50, 13 figs., 3 tabs., 23 refs.

Campbell, M. D., and S. H. Ross, 1971, "Geophysics and Ground Water: Part I: Applied Use of Geophysics: A Primer," Water Well Journal, Vol. 25, No. 7, pp. 39-50, 14 figs., 3 tabs., 23 refs.

Selected Project Experience (also See Projects)

1970s and 1980s - Leaking Underground Storage Tank Investigations - Numerous Clients Throughout US - Mr. Campbell and his team have provided senior review and consultation for technical staff on more than 300 investigations ranging from site characterization through remedial design to construction, operation and maintenance of remediation systems. Type of remediation approach varied from pump-and-treat to vapor extraction to in situ bioremediation systems, depending upon subsurface conditions. Litigation support.

1970s to Present - Environmental Assessments - Numerous Clients Throughout US - Mr. Campbell and his team have provided technical direction and consultation on more than 300 environmental assessments for real estate transactions, corporate mergers or buyouts, and bank foreclosures, many of which involved evaluations of potential brine contamination of oil and gas production facilities and properties.. Approximately 20% of the properties investigated required follow-up investigations involving drilling. Of those, approximately 5% required some type of remedial activities which ultimately led to the design, construction operation and maintenance of remediation systems. Litigation support.

1970s to Present - Superfund Representation and Technical Support - Numerous Clients Throughout US - Mr. Campbell has served on Technical Committees for various Superfund projects representing DuPont, and as senior technical support for a number of environmental consulting companies. Litigation support.

1970s to Present - RCRA Technical Support - Numerous Clients Throughout US - Mr. Campbell provides senior technical support on hydrogeologic and contaminant transport investigations for site characterization and remedial design and operation and maintenance. Litigation support.

2000s - Confidential Mfg. Client - A manufacturer of stainless steel casing engaged Mr. Campbell to conduct preliminary investigations and to review available information on the likely cause(s) of casing failures in two large-diameter, high-capacity water wells during completion activities of wells located in an agricultural district of the western U.S.

1990s and 2000s - Confidential Consulting Client - A major consulting firm engaged Mr. Campbell to provide support to the firm's senior personnel and associated staff on a major defending case involving creosote, metals and associated DNAPL constituents present on an industrial property in the southern U.S. Mr. Campbell reviewed and advised the Principal on opposing expert-witness positions and opinions. He also supported hydrogeological investigations on ground-water flow and associated natural attenuation of DNAPL constituents.

Confidential Client - A rancher in north-east Texas reported his private water well system began pumping "bad water" in an area with a producing gas well nearby. Mr. Campbell and his team were engaged to investigate the likely source(s) of the contamination. A hydrogeologic investigation was conducted.

Confidential Consulting Client - A major consulting firm engaged Mr. Campbell to conduct hydrogeological investigations on ground-water flow of DNAPL constituents below a refinery located in the mid-west of the U.S. Principal parameters, such as subsurface lithologic relationships, hydraulic conductivity, hydraulic gradient, and others were assessed and modeled.

Confidential Client - The unexplained deaths of a number of calves led a rancher in the mid-continent to initiate investigations downstream from a commercial disposal well facility used by the oil & gas industry in the region for possible causes of the deaths. Mr. Campbell and his team were engaged to conduct Phase I and II investigations involving monitoring well installation, stream sampling, and hydrogeologic analysis of the area. Hydrogeologic investigations were conducted.

Confidential Mfg. Client - Lead has appeared in anomalous concentrations in drinking water from a domestic rural water system. Mr. Campbell and his team were engaged to sample and evaluate likely source(s) of the lead and possible cause(s) of learning disabilities reported in the youngest child of the rural family.

Confidential Oil & Gas Property Owner Client - Mr. Campbell and his team were engaged to conduct a Preliminary Environmental Site Assessment on a historic oil-and-gas producing property to assess present conditions after decades of boom-and-bust operations on a multi-well oil field operated since the 1930s. Nearby landfill operations, a golf course, and past and present oil and gas production practices were reviewed in some detail for possible impact on the property's surface and shallow ground water below.

Confidential Real Estate Client - A large real estate company engaged an environmental consulting firm to conduct Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments for a large multi-property shopping center transaction. Initial findings by the consultant led the real-estate company to close on the deal. Subsequent investigations by a second consultant found DNAPL associated with dry-cleaners located on the properties. Mr. Campbell and his team were engaged to evaluate the initial consultant's activities in light of the consultant's experience, staff capability, field procedures and related ASTM guidelines and industry standard of care.

Confidential Commercial Client -A pathogenic variant of E. coli, O157:H7, has appeared as the likely source of illness in a rural family. Mr. Campbell and his team were engaged to assess the likely source(s) of the pathogenic bacteria. The area is characterized by numerous, closely spaced, small farms, with cattle, sheep, wildlife, septic tank systems, and a stream, all in the immediate vicinity of a water well used as a source of drinking water. Investigations have been completed.

Confidential Industrial Client - A service station proprietor was accused by the land owner of contaminating soil and ground water with BTEX and MTBE. Mr. Campbell and his team were engaged to review the available sampling and hydrogeologic data and determined that the owner's consultant was less than forthcoming concerning the data used to characterize the ground-water conditions and the configuration of the plume of contamination.

Confidential Client - A major sand and gravel company's consultant drilled on portions of a potential lessor's land without permission on the basis that "the company was doing the land owner a favor." The company sued the land owner for breach of contract (i.e., alleged failure to honor their rights to conduct mining operations on the subject land). Mr. Campbell was engaged to review the issues of the case and found that the company overstepped the agreement and violated the landowner's rights to limit ingress according to standard industry practice.

Confidential Industrial Client - Mr. Campbell and his team were engaged to conduct confidential industrial mineral resource evaluations in the eastern U.S. The project involved land-record ownership assessment and field reconnaissance, geologic sampling, analyses, and report preparation with recommendations for future direction of the project.

Confidential MUD Client - The failure of a high-capacity water well owned by municipal utility district prompted management to turn to their insurance company for funds to replace the well, according to the terms of the policy. Mr. Campbell and his team conducted a preliminary investigation and found evidence to suggest that regional soft-sediment faulting and lateral movement caused the well structure to fail. As a result of more than 25 years of vertical stress caused by land subsidence associated with ground-water production and subsequent lateral movement in the area, the well screen ruptured and catastrophic failure of the well resulted.

Confidential Industrial Client - A major chemical plant is suing its previous consultant for exacerbating DNAPL contamination below its production facility during and after an ill-conceived monitoring well drilling program. Mr. Campbell and his team were engaged to review the relevant information and to determine if the consultant's activities were likely responsible for the DNAPL contaminating the deep aquifers. Mr. Campbell found that the consultant and their contractors were culpable and should be held responsible for contributing funds for assisting in the clean-up of the deep aquifers below the plant.

Confidential Industrial Client - The National Contingency Plan (NCP) of the 1970s was invoked in an attempt to force an industrial company to join a group of PRPs to clean up a Midwest dump. Mr. Campbell was engaged to evaluate claims made by ex-EPA consultants for the plaintiffs that the NCP carried weight when applied to inland contamination in the mid-1970s. Mr. Campbell found that the NCP had no impact on parties involved in ground-water contamination occurring some distance away from the waters of the United States because the NCP had not been equipped yet with the necessary capabilities to implement such intentions and associated provisions.

Confidential MUD Operator Client - A municipal water supply operator was sued by the community it served for allowing benzene to be distributed in the water supply. Mr. Campbell and his team were engaged to investigate the possible source of the benzene and determined that 1) testing was not required by the operator, and hence did not know of the presence of benzene, and 2) the source of the benzene was likely the gas-producing formation below the drinking-water aquifer breached by overdrilling into the confining unit separating the aquifer from the gas-producing sand below.

Alcoa Aluminum, Inc. - RCRA Part B Permit Application. Provided senior review and analysis of ground-water investigations of subsurface conditions around plant site. Hydrogeologic evaluations involving contaminant transport modeling and long-term monitoring.

Merchants Trucking, Inc. - Cavalcade Superfund Site Investigations. Provided analysis of remediation project proposed by PRP on contamination by BTEX and Coal Tar substances. Investigation involved evaluation of selected technology and estimated capital and O&M costs. State of Georgia - Landfill Lawsuit. Provided expert witness testimony on litigation involving landfill location in central Georgia with emphasis on present hydrogeologic conditions.

Compaq Computer, Inc. - Geotechnical & Dewatering Investigations. Provided senior review and consultation on ground-water investigations at new plant site in Houston.

Norse Windfall Mines, Inc. - Management and Environmental Investigations. Provided senior review and consultation over a three-year period on water supply development and environmental monitoring of ground-water conditions in area of mill and precious metal processing plant for a mine in central Nevada. Managed start-up operations and cash flow, and instituted daily monitoring program of data collection and analysis of heap leach (pregnant liquor) process hydrochemical data. Conducted analyses of flow behavior in heap-leach operations. Represented company and negotiated with state and federal regulatory agencies. Generated company's personnel and corporate policy manual, including health and safety provisions.

Municipal Landfill Investigations. Provided senior review and consultation on proposed landfill construction projects involving sitting investigations and hydrogeologic characterizations.

Dolet Hills Mining Co., Mansfield, LA - Dewatering/Depressurizing Project. Provided senior consultation and direction on mine dewatering/depressurizing program, involving aquifer testing and analysis, dewatering well system design and construction, flow-net construction and updating as overburden was removed and mining advanced. Installed dewatering/depressurizing well system and monitored and adjusted system operations.

General Electric - Ground-Water Assessment. Provided senior hydrogeological direction and support for PCE and BETX leaks in plants located in North and South Carolina. Designed assessment plans and designed and implemented remediation systems consisting of pump-and-treat, stripping tower, carbon canisters and recirculation circuit.

Confidential Insurance Company - Ground-Water Assessments of Contaminants Resulting from Manufactured Gas Facilities. Provided direction and consultation to nationwide investigations on reliability and appropriateness of proposed/operating remediation systems and associated site characterizations of LNAPL and DNAPL contaminant plumes and product (and dissolved plume) migration in the subsurface.

1970s - United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Ground-Water Characterization, Exploration and Development in Igneous and Metamorphic Terrain's of the World, Special Project 33. Selected as member of a seven-member international team of specialists on ground-water exploration and development throughout the sphere of influence of UNESCO projects. Conducted extended lectures/seminars and investigations on ground-water development and ground water technology in Sweden, Italy, India, and Tanzania.

United Nations Development Program (UNDP) - Senior Review and Analysis of U.N. Ground-Water Exploration and Development Program in Developing Countries, 1962 through 1977. Conducted multi-year evaluation of UN-sponsored ground-water programs throughout the world via project report analyses and UN personnel interviews.

US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) - Nationwide Investigations on Rapid Response to Protect Ground-Water Resources From the Effects of Accidental Spills of Hydrocarbons and Other Hazardous Substances. Selected as Special Consultant to Versar, Inc. and a member of 10-member team of specialists to evaluate and recommend activities to minimize ground-water contamination resulting from accidental spills of contaminants. Mr. Campbell was primarily involved in the detailed evaluation of spills nationwide, the development of non-contamination criteria involved in the hydrogeologic framework, and in the preparation of the EPA guidance document and its final editing.

US Commission on Rural Water (USCRW) - Investigations on Engineering and Economics of Rural Water Systems. Served as Research Director to evaluate and recommend rural water well system design and associated O&M programs within context of low-income environment of the rural communities.

US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) - Nationwide Investigations on Water Well Construction Standards. Served as Principal Investigator of 15-member team of specialists on water well design and construction. Produced manual published by EPA on the subject.

R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, North Carolina - Geophysical and Geological Exploration for Development of High Capacity Ground-Water Supply. Conducted and supervised geophysical and geological investigations in igneous and metamorphic rocks of North Carolina for the purpose of providing a ground-water supply in excess of 500 gpm for industrial use.

US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) - Investigation on the Mobility of Well-Drilling Additives in the Ground-Water System. Conducted investigations of commercially-available drilling fluids and assessed flow behavior in the ground-water reservoir and potential environmental impact on the hydrochemistry of aquifer systems.

US Office of Water Resources Research (USOWRR) - Investigations on State-of-the-Science and Art of Water Well Technology. Conducted multi-year investigations of all aspects of shallow well technology, related environmental impact, and identified future research needs for EPA-sponsored investigations at the Kerr Ground-Water Research Center, Ada, Oklahoma and EPA Laboratory in Cincinnati, Ohio.

1960s - The Ohio State University, Water Resources Division - Investigations on Ground-Water Contamination and Plume Development by Open Brine Disposal Pits, Morrow County, Ohio. Served as undergraduate research assistant to Dr. Jay H. Lehr and Dr. Wayne A. Pettyjohn on investigations including ground-water sampling, data analysis, and laboratory model construction and simulation of field conditions. Conducted contaminant transport and hydrochemical analysis of brine contaminant plume and associated modeling.

1970s - Various Clients - Geothermal Energy Investigations. Conducted numerous investigations on the hydrogeologic, structural and geophysical conditions of a number of liquid-dominated and vapor-dominated geothermal reservoirs in Nevada, California, and Texas to determine potential economic value of selected properties. Recommended further exploration and development in Dixie Valley. A significant geothermal reservoir was subsequently discovered and proved to be suitable for commercial development. Power plant became operational in 1987 and is producing electricity for the Nevada-California power grid.

International Paper - Lignite Exploration and Development Program, South Central US. Conducted /supervised shallow drilling, geophysical, and geologic logging, reserve calculations and quality assessments of IP properties throughout south-central US

Various Clients - Coal and Lignite Development Feasibility Investigations, Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Washington, Pennsylvania, Australia, and Columbia. Conducted exploration programs for numerous clients to evaluate and estimate reserve base available, preliminary mining feasibility and property value.

1960s - Continental Oil Company (CONOCO) - Mining Development Projects in Australia and Southeast Asia. Conducted and managed field exploration programs, geologic mapping, drilling operations, and water-supply investigations (well drilling, aquifer testing, and pipeline transport engineering) for projects involving industrial energy, precious minerals and base metals (discovery credited) and associated mining projects.

1970s - United Nuclear Corporation (UNC) - Geologic and Hydrogeologic Investigations, Western US. Conducted investigations in numerous states to screen geologic environments for favorable conditions for the occurrence of uranium and other strata-bound minerals. As a principal part of such investigations, numerous hydrochemical facies of favorable geologic intervals were evaluated to further screen prospective environments. Also, conducted water supply investigations (drilling, sampling, and aquifer testing) at UNC's northwest New Mexico and central Wyoming mining operations.

Geologic and Hydrogeologic Investigations - Numerous Clients. Conducted and supervised preliminary mining feasibility studies, mineral property evaluations and environmental assessments for numerous clients in the US, including Alaska, and South America, Central America, Africa, India, and other countries.

City of Houston - Well Field Investigations. Provided analysis of probable causes for unanticipated well/pump failures in city's system. Conducted metallurgical and hydrochemical analyses of failed pump components and well conditions prior to pump failures. Recommended improving operation and maintenance procedures and establishing new ground-water sampling and well performance protocol.

Management of Geothermal Exploration and Development Projects

In 1976, Mr. Campbell conducted extensive investigations on the potential geothermal value of selected properties in Dixie Valley, Nevada for a series of clients. Based on the available geological, geophysical, and hydrogeological data, Mr. Campbell recommended further investigations and a preliminary drilling and hot-spring sampling program. Results indicated favorable conditions existed in the subsurface complex of Basin-and-Range geologic structures. Additional federal lands were acquired by the client in Dixie Valley and other geothermal companies became interested in the area. Deep exploratory drilling began and significant discoveries of high temperature, liquid-dominated geothermal energy reservoirs were identified. Economic analyses were conducted on behalf of the client to establish land values for possible buyout or merger with other geothermal companies. The client subsequently sold its interests. Dixie Valley geothermally-generated power plants went on-stream in 1987 and is producing electricity for the Nevada-California power grid on a regular basis.

Mr. Campbell conducted a series of additional geologic, hydrogeologic and economic investigations for a number of geothermal companies in the western US. He continues to monitor industry activities.

Applicable Geothermal Publications / Major Reports

Campbell, M. D., 1983, "Report of Investigations on Selected Geothermal Properties and Their Potential Productivity, Western United States," a Keplinger Consulting Report (private distribution), 32 p., June.

Campbell, M. D., 1983, "Dixie Valley, Nevada: A Promising Geothermal Area Under Development By Industry," Proc. 18th Inter. Society Conversion Engineering Conference, Orlando, Florida, August 21-26, Session 79, 6 p.

Campbell, M. D. and C. C. Wielchowsky, 1982, "A Review of the Dixie Valley, Nevada, Liquid-Dominated Geothermal Resource and the Relationship of Selected Geologic Characteristics to Potential Geothermal Production," Proc.Am. Chemical Eng. Institute, Ann. Mtg. (1982), 43 p., 6 figs., 5 tabs., refs.

Campbell, M. D., 1979, "Geopressured Geothermal Energy Potential of the Hidalgo Fairway, Texas," Proc.Seminar on Geothermal Energy, Brownsville, Texas, October 4, sponsored by the Brownsville Navigation District, 15 p., October.

Campbell, M. D., and C. C. Wielchowsky, 1978, "Interim Evaluation and Exploration and Development Status, Geothermal Potential and Associated Economics of Dixie Valley, Nevada,"a Keplinger Consulting Report (private distribution), 110 p., September.

Campbell, M. D., and C. C. Wielchowsky, 1977, "Phase II Preliminary Evaluation of Dixie Valley, Nevada: Geothermal Potential and Associated Economics," a Keplinger Consulting Report (private distribution), 44 p., September.

Campbell, M. D., 1977, Geology [and Environmental Impact] of Alternate Energy Resources, Uranium, Lignite, and Geothermal Energy in the South Central States, Houston Geological Society, 364 p.

Campbell, M. D., 1977, "A Review of the Mineral Potential (Uranium, Fluorspar, Mercury, Geothermal Energy, Coal and Other Minerals) of Certain Land Holdings in the Big Bend, Texas Area," a Keplinger Consulting Report (private distribution), 20 p., May.

Campbell, M. D., 1977, "A Preliminary Evaluation of the Hughes Geothermal Properties in Churchill County, Nevada," A Keplinger Consulting Report (private distribution), 62 p., April.

Management of Coal / Lignite Exploration and Development Projects

In the mid-1970's, Mr. Campbell initiated and managed the lignite exploration activities for General Crude Oil Company (Div. International Paper, Inc.) in Arkansas, Texas, Mississippi and Alabama. Subsequent consulting assignments on coal and lignite in the 1970's and 1980's involved: exploration programs, preliminary mining feasibility studies, detailed reserve analyses, property evaluations, and mining operations assessment and evaluation.

Applicable Coal-Lignite Publications / Major Reports

Campbell, M. D., 1983, "Preliminary Evaluation of Coal Reserves, Cambria County, Pennsylvania," a Campbell, Foss and Buchanan Consulting Report (private distribution), 10 p., December.

Campbell, M. D., C. C. Colburn, and D. J. Lynch, 1979, "An Evaluation of Coal Resources and Mining Economics, Wayne County, Utah," a Keplinger Consulting Report (private distribution), 295 p., March.

Campbell, M. D., and J. P. Garten, 1977, "Evaluation of a 340 Acre Surface Coal Mining Prospect, Sand Mountain, DeKalb County, Alabama," a Keplinger Consulting Report (private distribution), 31 p., June.

Campbell, M. D., 1977, Geology [and Environmental Impact] of Alternate Energy Resources, Uranium, Lignite, and Geothermal Energy in the South Central States, Houston Geological Society, 364 p.

Campbell, M. D., 1977, "A Review of the Mineral Potential (Uranium, Fluorspar, Mercury, Geothermal Energy, Coal and Other Minerals) of Certain Land Holdings in the Big Bend, Texas Area," a Keplinger Consulting Report (private distribution), 20 p., May.

Campbell, M. D., 1976, "Alternate Energy and Mineral Development: General Outlook and Comparative Economics," Proc. 1976 Keplinger Energy Seminar, University Club, New York City, November 23, 30 p.

Management of Mineral Exploration Programs

During the mid to late 1960's, Mr. Campbell worked for a major American oil and minerals company (Conoco Mining Group) in Australia and Southeast Asia successfully conducting / managing field exploration programs, drilling operations, and water-supply investigations for development projects involving industrial and energy minerals, and precious and base metals (discovery credited on new phosphate field in NT). In the early 1970's, after returning to the U.S., he served three years as Regional Geologist with a major uranium exploration and mining company in Wyoming (Teton Exploration, Div. United Nuclear Corporation). While there, he conducted research on hydrochemistry associated with roll-front uranium occurrences and successfully applied the results to the company's field program nationwide.

Mr. Campbell subsequently conducted various exploration programs as a consultant in the U.S. for companies such as Texas Eastern Nuclear, Pioneer Nuclear, Omega Energy Corporation, General Crude Oil Company, and others during the mid-1970's on targets ranging from uranium, rare earth minerals, sulfur, industrial minerals to base metals and precious metals. He continued to be engaged in mining projects as a consultant during the later 1970's and early 1980's.

In 1983, Mr. Campbell and two associates formed a consulting firm and conducted many domestic and international geologic, mining, economic, and hydrogeologic investigations including mineral property valuations and exploration programs (re-discovery credited), mine operational and financial management projects, mineral reserve analyses, preliminary feasibility studies, environmental investigations of various types, and other geotechnical investigations.

In the early 2000s, Mr. Campbell was made a Fellow in the Geological Society of America (GSA), and was appointed as Chairman of the AAPG Energy Minerals Division (EMD)'s Committee on Uranium (and Nuclear Minerals), a position he continues to hold (see Here). In 2009, he was subsequently elected as President-Elect of the EMD and completed his term as President of EMD in 2011, (see (Here).

In 2010, after some 17 years operating a private practice via M. D. Campbell and Associates, L.P., he joined I2M Associates, LLC based in Seattle with an office in Houston, for the purpose of working projects related to a renewed interest in mineral commodities throughout the world. Mr. Campbell was made a Fellow in the Society of Economic Geologists (SEG) in 2011, and earlier a Registered Member of the Society of Mining and Exploration (Registered Member of SME of AIME).

Applicable Minerals Publications / Major Reports / Presentations

Campbell, M. D., J. D. King, H. M. Wise, B. Handley, J. L. Conca, and M. David Campbell, 2013, "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 Memoir 101, (eds) W. A. Ambrose, J. F. Reilly II, and D. C. Peters, eds., pp. 163–213 (more).

Campbell, M. D., and J. D. King, 2012, "Wishbone II Project: Northeast Queensland, Australia," Competent Persons Report (CPR) for Wishbone Gold, plc, Shore Capital & Corporate Limited, London, England, by I2M Associates, LLC, Houston and Seattle, July 10, 139 p.

Campbell, M. D., and J. D. King, 2012, "White Mountain Project: Northeast Queensland, Australia," Competent Persons Report (CPR) for Wishbone Gold, plc, Shore Capital & Corporate Limited, London, England, by I2M Associates, LLC, Houston and Seattle, July 10, 128 p.

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 (PDF).

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

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)

Campbell, M. D., and J. D. King, 2011, Iron Glen Project: Northeast Queensland, Australia, Competent Persons Report (CPR) on the Base- and Precious-Metal Potential for Iron Glen Mining Pty Ltd., Allenby Capital Limited and Strategic Minerals plc, London, England, by I2M Associates, LLC, Houston and Seattle, May 2, 199 p.(PDF).

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)

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. (Click here).

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 at the Conference of the American Association of Petroleum Geologist (AAPG), Energy Minerals Division Sessions, June 9, Denver, CO., 27 p. (Click here).

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 Paper).

Campbell, M. D. and J. D. King, 2009, "AusPotash Corporation Project: Adavale Basin, Queesnland, Australia, NI 43-101 Report, by M. D. Campbell and Asociates, L.P., Houston and Seattle, July 8, 113 p. (Click here).

Campbell, M. D., et al., 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 Paper, Austin, Texas, April 30, 2008 (Click here).

Campbell, M. D., et al., 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 (Click here).

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 Version: (here).

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 Ressearch, Vol. 16., No. 3, September. (Paper).

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.

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).

Campbell, M. D., 2004, Professional Memorial: Ted H. Foss, Ph.D., P.G., Geological Society of America Memorials, Vol. 33, April, pp. 17-22. (here).

Campbell, M. D., 2004, Preliminary Examination of Mineralogical Samples from Rwanda, April 24, 32 p. (Confidential Client from Rwanda).

Campbell, M. D. and K. H. Forster, 1996, Hydrogeology and Mining, a Study Guide for Workshop presented at The National Mining Conference, Knoxville, Tennessee, May 11, 137p.

Campbell, M. D. and K. H. Forster, 1995, Mining Hydrogeology, a study guide for a mini-course presented at the National Symposium on Mining, Hydrology, Sedimentology and Reclamation, Reno, Nevada, December 5-9, 137p.

Campbell, M. D. and K. H. Forster, 1995, Basic Mining Hydrogeology, a study guide for a mini-course presented at the National Symposium on Mining, Hydrology, Sedimentology and Reclamation, Springfield, Ill., December 7-11, 96p.

Forster, K. H. and M. D. Campbell, 1994, "Hydrogeologic Investigations for Designing a Dewatering and Depressurizing System in a Gulf Coast Lignite Mine," Kentucky Coal Mining Symposium, Bowling Green, 10p.

Campbell, M. D. and S. R. Dinkowitz, 1987, "Preliminary Conclusions on the Geology, Mineralogy and Structural Controls of Mineralization at the Lookout Mt. and Hamburg Mines," A Field Trip Lecture at the Norse Windfall Mines, Inc., Eureka, April 11, 1987, Post-Meeting Field Trip, The Symposium on Bulk Minable Precious Metal Deposits of the Western United States, Sponsor Geological Society of Nevada, 35 p.

Campbell, M. D. and T. H. Foss, 1987, "The Re-Discovery of Precious Metals in the Eureka Mining District, Nevada," Proc. The Symposium on Bulk Minable Precious Metal Deposits of the Western United States, April 6-8, 1987, Geological Society of Nevada, 15p.

Campbell, M. D., T. H. Foss and K. J. Buchanan, 1986, "Report of Investigations on the Preliminary Feasibility of Development of the Eureka Precious Metals Project, Nevada," a Campbell, Foss & Buchanan, Inc. Consulting Report (private distribution), 123 p.

Campbell, M. D., and T. H. Foss, 1984, "Report of Investigations on the Geology, Geochemistry and Geophysics of the Eureka Precious Metal Properties, Nevada," a Campbell, Foss and Buchanan Consulting Report (private distribution), approx. 300 p., August.

Campbell, M. D. and T. H. Foss, 1984, "Preliminary Evaluation of Selected Precious Metal Properties in North Carolina," a Campbell, Foss and Buchanan Consulting Report (private distribution), 15 p., July.

Campbell, M. D., 1984, "Preliminary Evaluation of the Minera Guayape, S.A. Precious Metal Project, Honduras, a Campbell, Foss and Buchanan Consulting Report (private distribution), 10 p., May.

Campbell, M. D., 1984, "Preliminary Evaluation of the Agua Fria Precious Metal Project, Honduras," a Campbell, Foss and Buchanan Consulting Report (private distribution), 10 p., May.

Campbell, M. D., 1982, "Report of Investigations on Precious Metal Properties, Rainbow Valley Area, Maricopa County, Arizona," a Keplinger Consulting Report (private distribution), 105 p.

Campbell, M. D., and L. Clark, 1981, "Preliminary Economic Analysis of the Mining Restrictions and Land Takes from the Hartman Farm by the City of Columbus, Ohio, Division of Water," for the BancOhio National Bank, Trustee for the Hartman Trust, by Keplinger and Associates, Inc., Houston, May 15, 15 p.

Campbell, M. D., 1980, "Preliminary Investigations on the Uranium and Other Mineral Potential of Sudan," a United Resources International Consulting Report (private distribution), 19 p. (April).

Campbell, M. D., and D. J. Lynch, 1980, "Preliminary Mining Engineering Evaluation and Economic Analysis of the Sand and Gravel Resources on Selected Properties Near Columbus, Ohio," for the BancOhio National Bank, Trustee for the Hartman Trust, a Keplinger Consulting Report, January 1, 85 p.

Campbell, M. D., and K. T. Biddle, 1978, "Preliminary Evaluation of Quaternary Carbonate Deposit for Use as Raw Material in Domestic Cement Production," a Keplinger Consulting Report (private distribution), 27 p., July.

Campbell, M. D., 1978, "An Evaluation of Certain Tin and Uranium Interests: Prospect Evaluation and Associated Economics," a Keplinger Consulting Report (private distribution), 35 p., June.

Campbell, M. D., 1977, Geology [and Environmental Impact] of Alternate Energy Resources, Uranium, Lignite, and Geothermal Energy in the South Central States, Houston Geological Society, 364 p. For Text Summary, click (here).

Campbell, M. D., and C. C. Wielchowsky, 1977, "Phase II Geological and Mineral Reconnaissance of the Eastern Front of the Stillwater Range from I.X.L. to Cottonwood Canyons: Dixie Valley Area, Churchill County, Nevada," a Keplinger Consulting Report (private distribution), 65 p., October.

Campbell, M. D., 1977, "A Review of the Mineral Potential (Uranium, Fluorspar, Mercury, Geothermal Energy, Coal and Other Minerals) of Certain Land Holdings in the Big Bend, Texas Area," a Keplinger Consulting Report (private distribution), 20 p., May.

Campbell, M. D., 1977, "Preliminary Evaluation of Uranium Ore reserves in the Uravan Mineral Belt and Vicinity," a Keplinger Consulting Report (private distribution), 62 p., April.

Campbell, M. D., 1976, "Mineral Exploration and Development Program in the Republic of Niger, Africa," a Keplinger Consulting Report (private distribution) 22 p., November.

Campbell, M. D., 1976, "Alternate Energy and Mineral Development: General Outlook and Comparative Economics," A presentation made at the 1976 Keplinger Energy Seminar, University Club, New York City, November 23, 30 p.(Handout).

Campbell, M. D., 1974, Uranium Potential of the United States: Stage I, Frontier Exploration, United Resources Consulting Report for Pioneer Nuclear, Inc. and Texas Eastern Nuclear, Inc. (copyrighted), 218 p, 21 plates, 46 figs., 7 tabs., 389 refs. (Houston).

Campbell, M. D., 1974, "Potassium-Uranium Systematics: Geologic Implications of Moon-Earth-Meteorite Origins," Rice University Department of Geology Special Paper, 74 p.

Campbell, M. D., 1971, "A Preliminary Evaluation for Uranium of the Green River Utah Project," Consulting Report: United Resources (private distribution), 44 p., 20 figs., 10 refs. (unpubl.)

Campbell, M. D., 1970, "Preliminary Recommendation Report on the Uranium and Other Mineral Potential of Pennsylvania," Pa. Report No. 2, Stage II Evaluation, United Nuclear Corporation, 80 p., 19 figs, 3 plates, 2 tabs., 37 refs. (unpubl.).

Campbell, M. D., 1970, "Final Reconnaissance Report on the Uranium Potential of Ohio," Ohio Report No. 2, United Nuclear Corporation, 42 p., 8 figs., 7 tabs., 1 plate (unpubl.)

Campbell, M. D., 1969, "An Evaluation for Uranium of the Pidinga Lakes Area, South Australia," Consulting Report of Minoil, 65 p., 8 refs. (unpubl.)

Campbell, M. D., 1969, "Final Report on Undilla Basin Phosphate, Queensland, Australia," for Queensland Department of Mines, and Continental Oil Company of Australia, Plant Foods Division, 65 p., 1 fig., 5 tabs. 4 plates, 3 appen. (Here)

Campbell, M. D., 1969, "Report on Preliminary Beneficiation Results: Undilla Basin, Queensland, Australia," Inhouse Document to Conoco, New York Office, Continental Oil Company of Australia, Plant Foods Division, 15 p., 6 figs., 3 tabs., (unpubl.)

Campbell, M. D., 1968, "Analysis of Transportation, Water Resources, Multiple Product Recovery, and Mining and Slurry Tranportation in Australia," Interim Phosphate Report No. 2, Australian Phosphate Project," Inhouse Document to Conoco, New York Office, Continental Oil Company of Australia, Mineral Exploration Division, 25 p., 15 figs.

Campbell, M. D., 1968, "Report of Potash Potential, Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia," Continental Oil Company of Australia, Minerals Exploration Division, 15 p., 6 figs., 3 tabs. Inhouse document provided to E. C. Gene Pendery, Manager, Plant Foods Division, CONOCO, Ponca City, OK (unpubl.)

Campbell, M. D., 1968, "Progress Notes on 1968 Drilling Operations for Phosphate, A to P 354M & 375M, Undilla Basin, Queensland, Australia," for Queensland Department of Mines, and Plant Foods Div., Continental Oil Company of Australia,June 30, 54 p., with Figs, Tabs, and Plates. (Here)

Campbell, M. D., 1968, "Discovery of New Phosphate Deposits: Interim Phosphate Report No. 1: Alroy Downs Area, Northern Territory, Australia," for Northern Territory Department of Mines, Continental Oil Company of Australia, Plant Foods Division, 22 p., 3 tabs., 3 plates (Here).

Fitzpatrick, B. F., and M. D. Campbell, 1967, "Progress Report on Phosphate Exploration in the Undilla Basin, A to P 354M and 375M, NW Queensland," for Queensland Department of Mines, and Plant Foods Div., Continental Oil Company of Australia, 45 p., 21 Append, 2 plates. (Here).

Mine Management

During the mid-1980's, Mr. Campbell provided technical, operational, financial and environmental management consulting for a heap-leach precious metal mine in Nevada. He served as part of three-man, matrix consulting management team that provided management consulting for operations and management of a multiple mine-central mill project with 35 employees and for the prime mining, crushing, hauling and agglomerating contractor with more than 30 employees.

Mr. Campbell's activities included:

1) management consulting for the start-up mine operations,
2) consulting on operational financial and accounting ($8 million cash flow/year),
3) consulting on company operating and hazardous material safety and bullion security policy development via personnel manual,
4) joint-venture representation with major mining companies,
5) development of economic modeling programs for detailed financial analyses month-to-month economic conditions,
6) day-to-day monitoring of operational processes and hydrochemical data,
7) consulting on exploration programs and of land-acquisition projects,
8) conducted analyses of unsaturated flow in the heap-leach operations, monitored solution chemistry, and
9) initiated ground-water monitoring programs and provided guidance in negotiations with BLM and EPA.

Applicable Mine Management Publications / Major Reports

Campbell, M. D. and J. D. King, 1988, Norse Windfall Mines, Inc. Personnel and Corporate Policy Manual, August, Eureka, Nevada, 30p.

Campbell, M. D., T. H. Foss and K. J. Buchanan, 1986, "Report of Investigations on the Preliminary Feasibility of Development of the Eureka Precious Metals Project, Nevada," a Campbell, Foss & Buchanan, Inc. Consulting Report (private distribution), 123p. (See Summary Report).

International Projects

Mr. Campbell spent his early professional years on projects in Australia, Southeast Asia and Micronesia, making trips to Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore as joint-venture project negotiation needs required. He has returned on occasions to present invited hydrogeological and water supply papers. Mr. Campbell has initiated or been associated with projects on mineral exploration, mining, and water supply and hydrogeological topics in the following countries: Australia, Canada, Chile, France, Honduras, Jordan, Italy (Sardinia), Liberia, Mexico, Niger, Sri Lanka, Sweden, South Africa, Sudan, and Tanzania.

More recently, Mr. Campbell and his associates have worked on and are currently working on mining/environmental projects in Australia.

Applicable International Publications / Major Reports

Campbell, M. D., and J. D. King, 2012, "Wishbone II Project: Northeast Queensland, Australia," Competent Persons Report (CPR) for Wishbone Gold, plc, Shore Capital & Corporate Limited, London, England, by I2M Associates, LLC, Houston and Seattle, July 10, 139 p (PDF).

Campbell, M. D., and J. D. King, 2012, "White Mountain Project: Northeast Queensland, Australia," Competent Persons Report (CPR) for Wishbone Gold, plc, Shore Capital & Corporate Limited, London, England, by I2M Associates, LLC, Houston and Seattle, July 10, 128 p.(PDF)

Campbell, M. D., and J. D. King, 2011, Brilliant Brumby 43-101, Brumby Group, Southport, Qld, 125 p.

Campbell, M. D., and J. D. King, 2011, Iron Glen 43-101 (and CPR), Strategic Minerals, plc, London, 155 p.

Campbell, M. D., and J. D. King, 2009, AusPotash 43-101 Report for AusPotash Corporation, Southport, Qld., 112 p.

Campbell, M. D., and M. David Campbell, 2004, "Crisis Management:Ground-Water Supplies in the 21st Century," EnviroTechnology (Chinese), Vol. 1, Summer, pp 78-81. (here).

Swartz, T. E., K. Mentesoglu, M. D. Campbell, and O. Akkol, 1991, "Turkey: Ground-Water Issues in a Country with a Developing Economy" in Proc. Fifth National Outdoor Action Conference on Aquifer Restoration, Ground Water Monitoring, and Geophysical Methods, AGWSE Conference, May 13-16, 1991, Las Vegas, Nevada, pp 165-174.

Larsson, I., M. D. Campbell, et al., 1984, Ground Water in Hard Rocks (Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks), United Nations (UNESCO) and the Swedish International Development Authority (SIDA), 450 p.

Campbell, M. D., 1984, "Preliminary Evaluation of the Minera Guayape, S.A. Precious Metal project, Honduras, a Campbell, Foss and Buchanan Consulting Report (private distribution), 10 p., May

Campbell, M. D., 1984, "Preliminary Evaluation of the Aqua Fria Precious Metal Project, Honduras," a Campbell, Foss and Buchanan Consulting Report (private distribution), 10 p., May.

Campbell, M. D., 1981, "Fundamentals of Water Well Technology, Well Maintenance and Well Economics as Applied to Ground Water Development in Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks," in Proceedings UNESCO African Regional Seminar on Ground Water in Hard Rocks, Arusha, Tanzania, Sept. 14-Oct. 2.

Campbell, M. D., 1980, "Preliminary Investigations on the Uranium and Other Mineral Potential of Sudan," a United Resources International Consulting Report (private distribution), 19 p. (April).

Campbell, M. D., 1979, "Economic Considerations on Ground Water Exploration and Development in Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks," Proc.Inter-Regional Seminar on Ground Water in Hard Rocks, Coimbatore, India, November 22-December 20, 1979, UNESCO/SIDA/CGWB/TNAU, 14 p.

Campbell, M. D., 1979, "Practical Geological Guides for Drilling and Test Pumping in Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks," Proc.Inter-Regional Seminar on Ground Water in Hard Rocks, Coimbatore, India, November 22-December 20, 1979, UNESCO/SIDA/CGWB/TNAU, 24 p.

Campbell, M. D., 1979, "Preliminary Evaluation of Selected Oil Shale Resources in Jordan, "a Keplinger Consulting Report for the World Bank, 10 p., November.

Campbell, M. D., et al., 1979, A Review of the United Nations Ground-Water Exploration and Development Programme in Developing Countries, 1962-1977, United Nations, Natural Resources, Water Series No. 7, ST/ESA/90, New York, 84 p.

Campbell, M. D., 1977, "Water Well Technology for Ground-Water Development and Production in Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks," Proc.United Nations International Seminar on Ground Water in Hard Rocks, Stockholm-Sardinia, September 22-October 7, 61 p.

Campbell, M. D., 1976, "Mineral Exploration and Development Program in the Republic of Niger, Africa," a Keplinger Consulting Report (private distribution) 22 p., November.

Campbell, M. D., 1969, "An Evaluation for Uranium of the Pidinga Lakes Area, South Australia," Consulting Report of Minoil, 65 p., 8 refs. (unpubl.)

Campbell, M. D., 1969, "Final Report on Undilla Basin Phosphate, Queensland, Australia," for Queensland Department of Mines, and Continental Oil Company of Australia, Plant Foods Division, 65 p., 1 fig., 5 tabs. 4 plates, 3 appen. (Here)

Campbell, M. D., 1969, "Report on Preliminary Beneficiation Results: Undilla Basin, Queensland, Australia," Inhouse Document to Conoco, New York Office, Continental Oil Company of Australia, Plant Foods Division, 15 p., 6 figs., 3 tabs., (unpubl.)

Campbell, M. D., 1968, "Analysis of Transportation, Water Resources, Multiple Product Recovery, and Mining and Slurry Tranportation in Australia," Interim Phosphate Report No. 2, Australian Phosphate Project," Inhouse Document to Conoco, New York Office, Continental Oil Company of Australia, Mineral Exploration Division, 25 p., 15 figs.

Campbell, M. D., 1968, "Report of Potash Potential, Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia," Continental Oil Company of Australia, Minerals Exploration Division, 15 p., 6 figs., 3 tabs. Inhouse document provided to E. C. Gene Pendery, Manager, Plant Foods Division, CONOCO, Ponca City, OK (unpubl.)

Campbell, M. D., 1968, "Progress Notes on 1968 Drilling Operations for Phosphate, A to P 354M & 375M, Undilla Basin, Queensland, Australia," for Queensland Department of Mines, and Plant Foods Div., Continental Oil Company of Australia,June 30, 54 p., with Figs, Tabs, and Plates. (Here)

Campbell, M. D., 1968, "Discovery of New Phosphate Deposits: Interim Phosphate Report No. 1: Alroy Downs Area, Northern Territory, Australia," for Northern Territory Department of Mines, Continental Oil Company of Australia, Plant Foods Division, 22 p., 3 tabs., 3 plates (Here).

Fitzpatrick, B. F., and M. D. Campbell, 1967, "Progress Report on Phosphate Exploration in the Undilla Basin, A to P 354M and 375M, NW Queensland," for Queensland Department of Mines, and Plant Foods Div., Continental Oil Company of Australia, 45 p., 21 Append, 2 plates. (Here).

Other Subsurface Investigations

Mr. Campbell also has conducted a number of other scientific, geologic, hydrogeologic and geotechnical investigations involving: growth fault investigations, remote subsurface data acquisition technology development, technology transfer, human toxicology, moon-earth-meteorite potassium-uranium systematics, paleoenvironmental and diagenetic processes in the subsurface, injection well design and operation, oil shale, sand and gravel reserve assessment and preliminary development feasibility, geologic assessment of cavern integrity and injection operations at Strategic Petroleum Reserve Sites in Texas, and subsurface structural traps for oil and gas. Mr. Campbell has a strong interest in the industrialization of space.

Applicable Publications / Major Reports / Presentations

Campbell, M. D., et al., 1998, "Additional Investigations on the Upper Cretaceous Ferron Sandstone", Wayne County, Utah, Interim Report, click (here).

Campbell, M. D., Alexander, T. A., and M. David Campbell, 1990, "Siderite Occurrences in the Atoka Formation, Oklahoma and Arkansas, and their Hydrochemical, Diagenetic and Paleomagnetic Implications, Geological Society Section Mtg, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, March 5-6 (Abstract). See Interim Report, click (here).

Campbell, M. D. and R. N. Arrington, 1983, "Preliminary Geological Evaluation of Oil and Gas Potential of San Pete County, Utah," a Campbell, Foss and Buchanan Consulting Report (private distribution), 40 p., December.

Campbell, M. D. and R. N. Arrington, 1983, "Preliminary Geological Appraisal of Selected Properties in Kansas and Alaska for Oil and Gas Potential," a Campbell, Foss and Buchanan Consulting Report (private distribution), 15 p., December.

Campbell, M. D., and L. Clark, 1981, "Preliminary Economic Analysis of the Mining Restrictions and Land Takes from the Hartman Farm by the City of Columbus, Ohio, Division of Water," for the BancOhio National Bank, Trustee for the Hartman Trust, by Keplinger and Associates, Inc., Houston, May 15, 15 p.

Campbell, M. D., and K. Wilbanks, 1980, "Preliminary Investigations on Oil Shale and Asphalt-Impregnated Rocks of Potential Economic Significance in Selected States of the Mid-Continent Region, United States," a Keplinger Consulting Report (private distribution), 49 p., December.

Campbell, M. D., and S. Poythress, 1980, Report of Investigations on Cavern No. 3, Bryan Mound Strategic Petroleum Reserve, Freeport, Texas, a Keplinger Consulting report of DUCI and U.S. Department of Energy, New Orleans, 92 p., Appendices I-IX, August.

Campbell, M. D., and D. J. Lynch, 1980, "Preliminary Mining Engineering Evaluation and Economic Analysis of the Sand and Gravel Resources on Selected Properties Near Columbus, Ohio," for the BancOhio National Bank, Trustee for the Hartman Trust, a Keplinger Consulting Report, January 1, 85 p..

Campbell, M. D., 1979, "Preliminary Evaluation of Selected Oil Shale Resources in Jordan," a Keplinger Consulting Report for the World Bank, 10 p., November.

Campbell, M. D., and S. Poythress, 1979, "Preliminary Geological Evaluation and Reconnaissance Drilling of Oilshale Resources, San Saba County, Texas," a Keplinger Consulting Report, (private distribution), 40 p., October.

D. L. Warner (and M. D. Campbell), 1977, EPA Guidance Document: An Introduction to the Technology of Subsurface Wastewater Injection: Chapter 6 (Pre-Injection Wastewater Treatment and Surface Facility Design), p. 188-233; Chapter 7 (Injection Well Design and Construction) , 234-282; Chapter 8 (Start-up Operations), 283-292, and Chapter 10 (Injection Well Abandonment), 320-328. U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA-600/2-77-240, Robert S. Kerr Environmnetal Research Laboratory, Ada, OK.

Campbell, M. D., 1976, Paleoenvironmental and Diagenetic Implications of Selected Siderite Zones and Associated Sediments in the Upper Atoka Formation, Arkoma Basin, Oklahoma-Arkansas, unpubl., Master's Thesis, Rice University, 165 p., 45 figs., 35 tabs. For Interim Report, click (here).

Campbell, M. D., 1975, "Glossary of Sedimentary Structures in Carbonate Rocks," in Carbonate Facies in Geologic History, by J. L. Wilson, Springer-Verlag, p. 75-86.

Campbell, M. D., 1974, "Potassium-Uranium Systematics: Geologic Implications of Moon-Earth-Meteorite Origins," Rice University Department of Geology Special Paper, 74p.

Campbell, M. D., 1973, "A Review of Nitrate in Ground Water and its Toxicological Significance," NWWA Research Facility Special Paper 2, 23 p.

Campbell, M. D., 1971, "Notes on Science: Progress Through Research," Water Well Journal, Vol. 25, No. 11, p. 48-49.

Campbell, M. D., 1971, "Notes on Science: Terradynamics," Water Well Journal, Vol. 25, No. 10, p. 42-44.

Publications / Papers in Preparation

Campbell, M. D. and M. David Campbell, (In Preparation), "Growth Faulting in the Houston, Texas Area: Origins and Characteristics, Regional and Local Relationships, Associated Geologic Hazards, Economic Impact and Methods of Investigation", see (here).

Campbell, M. D., Alexander, T. A., and M. David Campbell, (In Preparation), "Siderite Occurrences in the Atoka Formation, Oklahoma and Arkansas, and their Hydrochemical, Diagenetic and Paleomagnetic Implications," Geological Society Section Mtg, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, March 5-6 (Abstract), preparing for subsequent publication in Geology or other journal. (See Interim Report, click (here).

Manuscripts Reviewed for the Technical Journals

Many manuscripts have been reviewed over the years for Ground Water and for the International Journal of Environmental Forensics. Mr. Campbell also reviewed numerous manuscripts while serving on the Ground Water Editorial Board (1971-1978).