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Campbell Presents at Houston Geological Society’s Engineering and Environmental Group Dinner Meeting

Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., I2M’s Chief Geologist / Chief Hydrogeologist gave a 90-minute presentation on independent assessments of mineral resources and associated environmental issues during the dinner meeting of the Houston Geological Society’s Engineering and Environmental Group in Houston, Texas. The presentation discussed mineral deposits in Australia (gold, uranium, phosphate, and potash), Vietnam (gold), Texas (uranium), and Alaska (uranium, thorium, and rare earths). For those of you who could not attend the meeting, here is a PDF of the presentation slides (more). The abstract and biography are (here).

2017-01-06T14:00:36+00:00 March 9th, 2016|Tags: |0 Comments

“Growth Faulting and Subsidence in the Houston, Texas Area” Released

The publication, Growth Faulting and Subsidence in the Houston, Texas Area, has been released after more than 10 years of research and discussions among the geological community in the Houston area (more), which is consistent with the goals of the IET Sponsored Research Program (more). The Guide was produced by I2M’s Chief Geologist and Principal Hydrogeologist, Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H.; by I2M’s Project Manager & Mining / Environmental Geological Associate, M. David Campbell, P.G.; by I2M’s Senior Engineering and Environmental Associate, Richard C. Bost, P.E., P.G.; and by Henry M. Wise, P.G., Senior Geologist and Remedial Services Senior Specialist for SWS Environmental Services, in La Porte, Texas. The Guide was announced on the LinkedIn Houston Geological Society blog for members of the Engineering and Environmental Group (here), and on LinkedIn AIPG blog (here) and on the AIPG-TX website (here).

2016-10-20T01:54:04+00:00 December 17th, 2014|Tags: , , |0 Comments

“Hydrogeologic Risks in the Groundwater Supply of Harris County, Texas: Radioactive Constituents, Natural Gas, & Growth Faults”

Michael D. Campbell, I2M’s Vice President and Chief Geologist/Hydrogeologist, and Henry M. Wise, Senior Remediation Specialist of SWS Environmental Services of La Porte, Texas, made a presentation to a packed house at the May Dinner Meeting of the Engineering and Environmental Group of the Houston Geological Society. The presentation was entitled: “Hydrogeologic Risks in the Groundwater Supply of Harris County, Texas: Radioactive Constituents, Natural Gas, & Growth Faults”. For those of you who could not attend the meeting, here are the abstract and biographies of the speakers (link), the selected references (link), and a PDF of the presentation slides (link).

2016-11-02T20:25:38+00:00 May 8th, 2013|Tags: |0 Comments

Houston Geological Society’s Environmental & Engineering Group Lecture

Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., I2M Associates’ Vice President and Chief Geologist/Hydrogeologist presented a two-hour lecture to attendees of the Houston Geological Society’s Environmental & Engineering Group at their March Dinner Meeting. The presentation covered a review of liability and loss prevention in the geological consulting business, see abstract and biography, and a PDF of selected slides of the presentation (here).

2016-11-02T20:25:38+00:00 March 14th, 2013|Tags: , |0 Comments

A review of the typical uranium exploration and recovery methods in use today

As the featured presentation at the dinner meeting of the Environmental and Engineering Section of the Houston Geological Society, I2M Associates’ Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H. and Henry M. Wise, P.G. presented a review of the typical uranium exploration and recovery methods in use today, and discussed the local issues that inhibit uranium exploration and recovery as well as nuclear-power expansion in the U.S. Uranium exploration activities in the U.S. are expected to increase in the near future to provide fuel for the increasing number of U.S. nuclear power plants to be constructed over the next 10 years and beyond. For abstract, see (more). Presentation (PDF).

2016-10-20T02:03:12+00:00 May 18th, 2010|Tags: , , |0 Comments