economic geology

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the branch of geology that deals with economically valuable geological materials

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Peter Hennings, a research scientist with UT-Austin's Bureau of Economic Geology, said initial TexNet data shows "earthquakes happening in key areas in Texas that have really been known about for a few years" - mainly hubs of oil and gas production.
UT-Austin's hope, he said, is that if lawmakers decide to end set asides, they'll find another way to fund certain key programs, such as the McDonald Observatory, the Bureau of Economic Geology, the Marine Science Institute and the Institute for Geophysics at UT-Austin.
2) PhD Economic geology, assistant professor, Mining Engineering Department, Lahijan branch, Islamic Azad University, Lahijan, Iran.
Lulin holds a Doctorate in Economic Geology from the Universite d'Orleans (1984), and a Diploma of Advanced Studies in Mineral and Energy Resources (1981), a Master's degree in Applied Geology (1980) and a Licence in Earth Sciences (1979) from the Universite Paris VI, France.
FRESHWATER USE BY OIL AND GAS IN TEXAS Despite increasing drilling activity, a study conducted in 2011 by the Bureau of Economic Geology at the University of Texas and updated in February this year projects increased use of brackish and produced water in place of freshwater along with flat-to-declining freshwater consumption by oil and gas operators.
After completing his primary school, he attended the Kabul Polytechnic Institute and obtained an MS in Economic Geology in 1986.
Technical publisher and services provider Elsevier and the Society of Economic Geologists (SEG) announced the inclusion of maps from SEG's flagship Economic Geology journal into Geofacets, Elsevier's research tool for geoscientists working in exploration.
Each 90-minute session of four first- to third-grade classes had groups moving between classrooms, exhibit spaces, and grounds, where activities were led by staff from Texas Department of Transportation, Bureau of Economic Geology, AmeriCorps, AmericanYouthworks, Texas Parks and Wildlife, Texas Memorial Museum, Austin Public Library, Texas Watch, Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District, Austin Watershed Protection, Texas Commission for Environmental Quality, 4H Capital-Travis County, UT Project Reach, Bat Conservation International, Capital Area Master Naturalists, Institute for Geophysics, and UT School of Biological Sciences.
His geologic efforts took him first to the University of Texas' Bureau of Economic Geology, where he spent 13 years, followed by 26 years at the California Academy of Sciences, where he was curator of geology and a researcher in paleontology.
When Nick Eyles and I compiled our book Canada Rocks (Eyles and Miall 2007) no nationwide synthesis of the geology of Canada had been written since the Geological Survey of Canada's Economic Geology Report #1 (Douglas 1970).
Economic geology principles and practice; metals, minerals, coal and hydrocarbons--introduction to formation and sustainable exploitation of mineral deposits.
The Copenhagen Consensus Center asked Gurcan Gulen, a senior energy economist at the Center for Energy Economics, Bureau of Economic Geology at the University of Texas at Austin, to assess the "state of the science" in defining, measuring, and predicting the creation of green jobs.
It has tremendous applications in the field of mineralogy, economic geology, rock magnetism, mineral dressing and metallurgy.
He took his doctoral degree in Economic Geology from Cornell University in the United States.
Quartz for fibre optics and solar cells, olivine for the iron metallurgy industry, ilmenite for the paint industry, limestone for numerous purposes, and refined dimension stone products are examples that probably only describe the beginning of a relatively new field in economic geology.
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