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M&A to attend mining conferences in Nevada and Arizona

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M&A staff will be attending two important mining conferences during the first week of December 2017 in Nevada and Arizona. Chris Cottingham, Ben Jones, and Chris Peters will be attending the American Exploration and Mining Association in Reno, Nevada from December 4 -8, 2017. This program, one of the largest and longest running mining conventions […]

M&A Hydrologist Colin Kikuchi featured in “Fresh Perspectives” issue of the journal Groundwater

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Colin Kikuchi is the author of one of 17 commentaries written by early-career groundwater scientists and engineers on the subject of innovative approaches to groundwater modeling.  Each author has a commentary that is published in a special section within the September-October 2017 issue of the  technical journal, Groundwater. Colin’s paper is titled “Toward Increased Use of […]

M&A staff to offer short course at La Convención Internacional de Minería, in Guadalajara

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Mike Rosko will be co-teaching a short course with independent Tucson-based geologist Dawn Garcia on “Hydrogeologic Studies for Exploration, Development and Operations in the Mining Industry” at La Convención Internacional de Minería, in Guadalajara, Mexico on October 25, 2017.   This course will present hydrogeology studies in support of groundwater exploration, mine development and operations.  Examples will […]

Arizona Hydrological Society Symposium

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Visit us at Arizona Hydrological Society Annual Symposium in Flagstaff! M&A staff will be at the Arizona Hydrological Society’s 30th Annual Symposium from September 6 – 9 in Flagstaff, Arizona.  M&A, a long-time supporter of AHS, is a Silver Sponsor of the symposium and will have a booth in the exhibit hall.  Look for these […]

M&A evaluates rainwater harvesting programs

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During the summer monsoon in Southern Arizona, when it rains, it pours. Rainwater harvesting (RWH) takes advantage of this bounty while also conserving potable water.  Staff from our Tucson office are working on several projects and proposals associated with rainwater harvesting (RWH).  A team led by Gary Woodard is currently involved in the following: Monitoring […]