Kainantu Resources Appoints Chief Geologist, Updates on Q1 2022 MD&A and Financials Release Date

Vancouver – Kainantu Resources Ltd. (‘KRL’ or the ‘Company’) (TSX-V: KRL, FSE: 6J0) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Nick Franey as Chief Geologist. Chief Geologist Appointment Mr Franey has over 40 years of exploration and project development experience, having served in senior roles with a number of well-established mining companies such as … Read more

COVID-19 as an Accelerator to Rethink the City – The Nature of Cities

The COVID-19 outbreak that began early in 2020 has been an accelerator of how outer public and private spaces are perceived and valued as places for shelter, amusement, and social gathering. Urban public space has been a subject of rethinking for decades regarding its role as a catalyst for revitalization and as a promoter of … Read more

Southwestern Wisconsin officials contemplate next steps after study shows widespread contamination of private wells

A landmark study of groundwater contamination in southwest Wisconsin’s private wells has come to a close, but county officials and scientists say it’s only the first step in helping residents deal with vulnerable wells. The Southwest Wisconsin Groundwater and Geology, or SWIGG, study tested 978 samples from 816 private wells in Grant, Iowa and Lafayette … Read more

METALLIS COMPLETES INITIAL 3D GEOLOGICAL MODEL WHICH REVEALS LARGE ZONES OF PORPHYRY AND GOLD-ENRICHED ZONES

VANCOUVER, BC, May 18, 2022 / CNW / – Metallis Resources Inc. (TSXV: MTS) (OTCQB: MTLFF) (FSE: 0CVM) (the “Company” or “Metallis”) is pleased to release its initial 3-dimensional (or “3D”) geological model, providing breakthrough insights into both the mineralized porphyry and enriched-gold zones at the Cliff-Miles Porphyry Corridor (or “Cliff-Miles”) lying within Metallis’ 100% … Read more

A venue for dramatic opera is surrounded by dramatic scenery

Sensuous red rocks, blooming wildflowers, and chitter-chattering birds make the steep climb on the Geologic Overlook Trail worth the effort. Red Rocks Park north of the town of Morrison is famous not only for the Red Rocks Amphitheater but also for trails that wind around massive rock formations that gave the park its name. The … Read more

How to EGU22: 5 simple 5-min-practices for 5 days of EGU22

New year, new science, and a new format of the General Assembly! While the ‘scientific’ planning of the week is a rather straightforward process of browsing the conference program, planning your breaks may be an afterthought or go completely forgotten. Whether you’re a first-time attendee at the General Assembly this year or have joined us … Read more

NASA’s InSight rover nears end of scientific life but the work is just beginning – Pasadena Star News

Since landing on Mars in late 2018, NASA’s InSight Mars lander has paved the way for groundbreaking discoveries that will be studied for decades, according to a team of researchers heading the interplanetary expedition. But the rover is gradually losing power, forcing scientists to prepare for the sunset of their mission sometime this summer. Using … Read more

Canadian Exploration Services Limited (CXS) Now Offers Geological Services

Founded on February 2nd, 2000, Canadian Exploration Services Limited (CXS) is a group of professionals covering the entire exploration process, initial site development, and reclamation. They are a firm in the region surrounding the entire exploration process. They form claim to stake to advanced geophysics, offering a single point of contact and excellent levels of … Read more

Why Washington’s Rainier is One of the Most Dangerous Volcanoes in the United States

A question I get asked a lot (and I mean a lot) is what I think the most dangerous volcano in the United States might be. Now, that is a loaded question in more ways than one. Even defining what we mean by “dangerous” is fraught with peril. Is a volcano more dangerous if it … Read more