Please join us at the FR8 Kitchen and Tap Room in Bernalillo at 11 am for our next meeting. Topics will include the President’s and Treasurer’s reports, further discussion regarding licensing issues in New Mexico, student participation, field trips and attendance to the National meeting. In addition, David Janney, PG, will give a short talk entitled “The Lightning Dock Geothermal Resource, Hidalgo County, New Mexico”. David’s biography is below along with the address for the FR8 Kitchen and Tap Room. Hope to see you there!
Please contact John Sorrell for further questions (email@example.com)
David Janney, PG: David Janney is a registered geologist with 35 years of professional experience in mining, hydrogeology, and environmental geology. He has been working for Cyrq Energy on the Lightning Dock Geothermal resource since 2011 and oversees all of Cyrq’s subsurface permitting and compliance at Lightning Dock and its three other geothermal power plants in Utah and Nevada.
FR8 Kitchen & Tap Room: 200 S. Camino del Pueblo, Bernalillo, NM 87004
August 5, 2017
AIPG Illinois-Indiana Section
Invites you to a Geological Field Trip
The Upper Mississippi Valley Lead-Zinc District Revisited:
Mining History, Geology, Reclamation and Environmental Issues
Thirty Years after the Last Mine Closed
On this day, we will start with the Archean rocks and work our way up looking at: Paleoproterozic Palms, Ironwood Formation, Tyler Formations, then some stops in the Mesoproterozoic Mellen Complex of the Mid-continent Rift, all near Mellen, Wisconsin. Then heading east we will look at the Oronto Group at the mouth of the Montreal River. These rocks span more than 1.7 billion years and represent many different geologic environments and provide many different mineral resources.
On Sunday, we will examines the geology of the rocks of the Keweenawan Supergroup (1.1 Ga) and related intrusive rocks of the Midcontinent rift system exposed around the Porcupine Mountains. The Porcupine Volcanics create much of the area topography and represent a volcanic center that became active late in the volcanic history (about 1093 Ma). The Porcupine Volcanics are distinctly enriched in light rare earth elements (LREE). Economic–grade ore bodies are located on the western and eastern mountain flanks. Transportation: Both field trips will leave from Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park.
Cost: $40 per person includes motor coach transportation to and from the park on both days and a barbecue dinner at the park on Saturday night!
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October 24 and 25, 2017
ODNR H.R. Collins Core Laboratory Conference Room, Delaware, Ohio
The AIPG Ohio Section is pleased to announce an upcoming Vapor Intrusion Short Course. Vapor intrusion (VI) is the migration of undesirable chemical components into indoor airspace. Vapor intrusion into buildings is one of the primary routes of human exposure to volatile organic compounds released to the subsurface. This short course will cover VI aspects including the physical processes governing subsurface vapor transport and entry into buildings, VI assessment, monitoring and mitigation strategies, VI risk analysis, legal aspects, case studies and field demonstrations. CEUs will be available and we are working with Ohio EPA to get VAP PDHUs for Certified Professionals that attend. Topics of discussion will include:
Please view the full course information here: AIPG Ohio 10-2017 VI Course Flyer
Please register on our payment page here
Attendance will be limited to the first 50 paid registrants so please register today!
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