VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 24, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- /EIN News/ -- Press Release Highlights: Initial drill results from Florida Mountain indicative of the high-grade nature of the gold (“Au”)-silver (“Ag”) deposit with intercepts of: IFM18_012, 13.94 grams per tonne (“g/t”) gold equivalent (“AuEq”) over 3.05 meters (“m”) encountered in the Alpine Vein IFM18_026A, 10.57 g/t AuEq over 2.74 m Wider, lower grade disseminated gold-silver mineralization also encountered in drilling, supporting the current inferred resource: IFM18_001, 1.16 g/t AuEq over 19.96 m IFM18_001A, 1.45 g/t AuEq over 17.38 m IFM18_002, 0.66 g/t AuEq over 24.98 m IFM18_010, 0.86 g/t AuEq over 51.81 m and 0.56 g/t AuEq over 61.27 m IFM18_012, 3.20 g/t AuEq over 19.51 m IFM18_025, 1.44 g/t AuEq over 32.00 m IFM18_026A, 4.17 g/t AuEq over 11.43 m, and 0.79 g/t AuEq over 22.86 m Further exploration work for the remainder of the … [Read more...] about Integra Announces Initial Drill Results From the Florida Mountain Deposit, Including 13.94 g/t AuEq Over 3.05 m and 10.57 g/t AuEq Over 2.74 m
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Kate Silver, The Washington Post Published 9:27 am PDT, Friday, July 13, 2018 Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Nadja Brandt Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Open-water certification is just the beginning for people who wish to venture deeper into the realm of cavern and cave diving. That type of diving is highly technical, and divers need rigorous experience and training. less Open-water certification is just the beginning for people who wish to venture deeper into the realm of cavern and cave diving. That type of diving is highly technical, and divers need rigorous experience and ... more Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Nadja Brandt Cave-diving experts feel the ripples of the Thailand rescue - a rise in demand 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Summer is usually the slow season for scuba diving at Bonne Terre Mine in Missouri, … [Read more...] about Cave-diving experts feel the ripples of the Thailand rescue
Aki Soga Burlington Free Press Published 1:12 p.m. UTC Jul 5, 2018 MONTGOMERY, Ala. - At The National Memorial for Peace and Justice -- the lynching memorial -- I was hit by the power of remembering. Most Americans know that African American communities in the South were targets of violence in the years following the Civil War by those who sought to preserve white supremacy. But few truly appreciate the extent of the organized attacks that occurred. More likely, some people remember the name Emmett Till, the 14-year-old Mississippi boy lynched at the dawn of the civil rights era in 1955 after a white woman felt offended by him in her family's grocery store. Yet Till was merely one of thousands of people lynched by mobs in both the North and South over three-quarters of a century. Gathering memories of those thousands of victims in one place tells a fuller story. Giving the victims names and revealing the details of the violence … [Read more...] about VT Insights: At lynching memorial, the power of remembering
Debunking The Most Common Tornado Myths Tornadoes can hit cities, cross lakes and rivers, even track across mountain ranges. If the circulation of heat and moisture swirling into a rotating "supercell" T-storm is strong enough, there is no reason why a large tornado couldn't hit a downtown. It's happened across the USA, multiple times. On May 22, 2012 an EF-1 tornado packing 110 mph winds tracked 14 miles, from St. Louis Park to North Minneapolis. It was up to half a mile wide. It's good to be prepared (and perpetually paranoid). A few T-storms mushroom to life today as a hot front pushes across the state. The dew point reaches drippy 60s today. Daytime highs brush 90F Saturday, with low 90s expected Sunday and Memorial Day. The timing is good - this will be a good weekend to go jump in a lake. Any storms will be spotty; if one drifts over your house by Friday, be thankful. I'm increasingly concerned about a too-dry summer. Minnesota On Track for a Record Number of Tornadoes This … [Read more...] about Heat Wave Coming: Potential for 5-7 Consecutive Days of 90s
(LiveScience) Nearly a third of the U.S. population reported feeling the earthquake that struck Virginia last year, probably more than any other earthquake in U.S. history, researchers say. The magnitude 5.8 quake that struck near Mineral, Va., nearly a year ago on Aug. 23, 2011, was felt from Maine to Florida, from Cape Cod to Chicago, and was among the largest ever recorded on the Eastern Seaboard. Damage from the earthquake was relatively light, but effects were nevertheless seen at two landmarks in Washington: the Washington Monument and the National Cathedral. Although the quake did not wreak significant harm, scientists nevertheless wanted to investigate what effects it had. Such work can shed light on what damage pattern the United States might expect if another earthquake as large or larger happens again in this region. Key information on the quake came from the U.S. Geological Survey's website, "Did you feel it?" which lets people report when and where they felt a temblor and … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo 2011 Virginia earthquake felt by third of U.S.