Highlights

UA SRP Attends Apache Leap Mining Festival in Superior, AZ

UA SRP attended the 27th Annual Apache Leap Mining Festival in Superior, AZ on March 14, 2015.

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UA SRP Hosts Ben Gerhardstein, ATSDR Public Health Advisor

UA SRP hosted Ben Gerhardstein, ATSDR Region 9 Public Health Advisor, March 12, 2015.

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UA SRP Hosts Bolivian Mining Group

A group from Summit Mining and the San Cristóbal Mine in Potosí, Bolivia visited the UA SRP in March 2015 to establish a collaboration on best mining practices.

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Research Update: Brusseau Lab

Investigating in-situ Biosequestration for Remediation of Uranium in Groundwater at an Arizona Site

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New Extension Bulletin for AZ Well Owners

New UA SRP and UA Cooperative Extension publication: How to Lower the Levels of Arsenic in Well Water: What Choices do Arizona Consumers Have?

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UA SRP attends AZ Mining Day at the Capitol 2015

UA SRP attended the Feb 2015 AZ Mining Day at the Capitol in Phoenix, AZ, to provide information on mining to legislative, industry, and community stakeholders.

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UA SRP Presents at 2015 SME Annual Meeting

UA SRP trainee Carime Lechner presented her work on the development of a Tribal Consultation module at the 2015 SME Annual Meeting.

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UA SRP Presents to Southern Arizona Business Coalition

UA SRP researchers were invited to deliver mining-focused presentations to the Southern Arizona Business Coalition throughout 2014 and into 2015.

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UA SRP at the Citizen Science Conference 2015

Monica Ramírez-Andreotta actively participated in the Inaugural Conference of the Citizen Science Association.

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Mexican Delegation visits UA, Meets to Discuss Sustainable Mining

Alejandro Tello, Senator of the state of Zacatecas and President of the Science and Technology Commission of the Senate in Mexico, visited the University of Arizona to learn about efforts in mining, engineering, and technology.

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Trainee Inspires the Next Generation of Native American Scientists

UA SRP Trainee Lydia Jennings is a mentor with the University of Arizona Native SOAR (Student Outreach, Access, and Resiliency) program.

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Jim Field Receives Binational Grant

Jim Field and his binational colleagues have received a grant to study health risks of toxic metals from mine tailings.

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Trainee Delivers Well Water Study Results to Community

UA SRP Trainee Yoshira Ornelas presented her findings from a study of well water contaminants to the impacted community.

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Trainee Success Stories: 2014 Graduates

Trainees from a variety of UA SRP projects received degrees in 2014.

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UA SRP in Mexico for Binational Events

UA SRP Investigator and Director Raina Maier represented the UA SRP at two binational events in Mexico.

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