M. David Campbell, P.G., I2M’s Vice President and Senior Program Manager, announced today the release of the new and improved I2M Web Resource Portal. It has all of the previous 5,000 resources, plus current resources. It now has intelligent phrase search capability and has been online since 2009. It is also designed for mobile devices and is much faster than the previous version hosted on Cloud servers.
The I2M Web Portal consists of topical selections that are strongly influenced by the interests of I2M management, Associates, and Clients, made available as a public service to other geoscientists, and the discerning general public. The topical coverage is illustrated in the graphic provided (here).
Historical search summaries can now be obtained with phrase searches on such topics as the development of small nuclear reactors (e.g., using the term: SMR, and by filtering for sequential date or relevance), developments of particular uranium properties and associated mines (e.g., use Mestena Mine), and on new environmental methods and remedial solutions to managing difficult contaminants (e.g., using term recalcitrant).
An Index to the subjects covered are listed on the Home page under major and subcategory category headings, while the most recent entries (last 90 days) are available on the What’s New page. Additional information about the web portal is available at About this Portal.
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