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2015 In-Situ Recovery of Uranium Symposium

School of Energy Resources

isur2015 In-Situ Recovery of Uranium Research Symposium

Background Information

In 2009, The Legislature of the State of Wyoming appropriated $1.6 million to the University of Wyoming, School of Energy Resources (SER) for activities related to the development of in-situ recovery of uranium (ISRU) in the state. The ISRU research program was created to stimulate research and development in the area of ISRU in Wyoming. This symposium serves as an opportunity for researchers who have received funding from this program to present their research to the public.


Tuesday, April 21, 2015
9:00am - 4:30pm


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  • VIDEO: Welcome and Opening Remarks - Jonathan Downing, Executive Director, Wyoming Mining Association
  • VIDEO: Enhancing Bioremediation of In-Situ Uranium Aquifers through Uranium and Carbon Isotopic Tracing of Biologic Activity - Kevin Chamberlain, University of Wyoming
  • VIDEO: A Column Study for Enhanced Bioremediation of In-Situ Uranium Aquifers with Varying Levels of Total Dissolved Solids - John Willford, University of Wyoming
  • VIDEO: Field Evaluation of the Restorative Capacity of the Aquifer Down Gradient of a Uranium In-Situ Recovery Mining Site During Mining Operations - Paul Reimus, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • VIDEO: The Mineralogy and Provenance of Wyoming Uranium Roll Front Deposits and their Significance to In-Situ Recovery Mining Processes - Susan Swapp, University of Wyoming
  • VIDEO: Testing the Chemical and Biological Efficacy of Cupric Oxide Nanoparticles from Uranium In-Situ Recovery Produced Water - Jodi Schilz, University of New Mexico
  • VIDEO: A Novel One-step Process for Uranium Production Bleed Water to Filter Trace Metals Using Cupric Oxide Nanoparticles - Brandon Reynolds, Wyoming State Engineer's Office

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