Upcoming Virtual Workshop: Resilient Supply Of Critical Minerals (Aug. 4-5) - Proceedings Are Now Available
If you have not yet decided if you want to attend our upcoming virtual "Workshop on Resilient Supply of Critical Minerals" (August 4-5), the workshop proceedings are now available and can be downloaded from the workshop website: https://criticalminerals.mst.edu/
The schedule can be found here: https://criticalminerals.mst.edu/schedule/. Please note that all times are in U.S. Central Time.
The workshop will be held online via Zoom on August 4-5, 2022, at 11:00 AM U.S. Central Time. No-cost registration is required: https://criticalminerals.mst.edu/registration/
Topical sessions will follow the most pressing research needs that were identified during the breakout sessions of the first workshop in August 2021. The findings report of the first workshophttps://criticalminerals.mst.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/7/2021/10/Findings-Report_Workshop-on-Resilient-Supply-of-Critical-Minerals_Locmelis-et-al.-2021.pdf is available from our workshop website.
The topical sessions are:
Jeffrey Mauk (USGS)
"The critical mineral potential of the USA: Evaluation of known resources of arsenic, beryllium, cobalt, chromium, fluorspar, gallium, germanium, graphite, indium, lithium, manganese, niobium, platinum-group elements, rare-earth elements, tantalum, tellurium, tin, tungsten, uranium, and vanadium"
Karin Olson Hoal (Cornell University)
"New directions for the mineral resources industry: geomet, adaptivity, and a bigger tent"
Michelle Michot Foss (Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy)
"New Sheriffs in Town? Governing the Minerals Wild West"
Debra Struhsacker (Professional Geologist and Consultant, Women's Mining Coalition Board Member)
"How Policies, Legislation, and Litigation Could Reduce Domestic Mining of Critical Minerals"
For a list of all speakers and the schedule please refer to the workshop websitehttps://criticalminerals.mst.edu/
Missouri University of Science & Technology
Geosciences and Geological and Petroleum Engineering
334 McNutt Hall, 1400 North Bishop Avenue
Rolla, Missouri, 65409-0410, USA
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