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Coeur Mining CEO Addresses Mining Industry

Coeur Mining CEO Addresses Mining Industry Chicago-based Coeur Mining CEO addresses Mining Industry at AEMA’s 122nd Annual Meeting Mitchell J. Krebs. President & CEO of Chicago-based Coeur Mining, Inc. addressed a sold-out Industry Outlook Luncheon today at American Exploration & Mining Association’s (AEMA) 122nd Annual Meeting, Exposition & Short Courses in Reno, Nevada. Mr. Krebs addressed several […]

Western Governors’ Association James Ogsbury Addresses Mining Industry

Western Governors’ Association James Ogsbury Addresses Mining Industry Executive Director Addresses Mining Industry at AEMA’s 122nd Annual Meeting Stresses Important Role Mining Plays in Western US Success James D. Ogsbury, Western Governors’ Association (WGA) Executive Director addressed a sold-out Welcoming Luncheon today at American Exploration & Mining Association’s (AEMA) 122nd Annual Meeting, Exposition & Short Courses in Reno, Nevada. “Mining’s […]

AEMA Releases TV AD Promoting Minerals

AEMA has released a new television ad promoting the role of minerals in our everyday lives.  It is currently running on KSPS in the Pacific Northwest, online and being shared throughout our association affiliates.  Take a moment to view and pass it along  

AEMA Sage Grouse Presentation to Colorado Mining Assn.

On April 17, 2014 AEMA Executive Director Laura Skaer gave a presentation to the Colorado Mining Association. You can view the presentation here.

Dr. Zink Presentation Paper: Conservation Genetics of the Greater Sage-Grouse

At AEMA’s recent convention, Dr. Robert M. Zink, Breckenridge Chair in Ornithology, Professor in Ecology, Evolution & Behavior, Univ. of Minnesota, presented his paper on Conservation Genetics of the Greater Sage-Grouse. Dr. Zink summarizes his work as follows:

– First study to link estimates of population trends with available genetic data
– Common genetic expectations of population reductions not observed in data
– Whatever the extent of population/range reductions, do not currently show negative genetic effects

This study raises serious doubts about the science USFWS used to support their Warranted But Precluded (WBP) decision for the Greater Sage-grouse. Dr. Zink’s paper is currently undergoing peer review.

NWMA Video: Without mining we would be in the dark

NWMA Video: Energy Independence Requires Minerals

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