Publications in CHILE


ALMA Displays Capabilities, Reveals Cosmic Steam Jets and Molecules
A team of scientists using the highest-frequency capabilities of the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) has uncovered jets of warm water vapor streaming away from... The post ALMA Displays Capabilities, Reveals Cosmic Steam Jets an
Mining.com
8/17/2018

Lithium price: Chile giant’s scorched earth strategy
SQM this week sold its 50%-share in an Argentinian brine joint venture, leaving the world’s number two producer of lithium with a single project outside its core Chilean operations. The $12.8 billion Santiago based company can afford to let assets g
IPS News
8/14/2018

Scientists Warn of the Imminent Depletion of Groundwater in Chile’s Atacama Desert
Students from the rural school of El Llanito de Punitaqui, in the Atacama Desert in northern Chile, show the vegetables from the garden they irrigate with harvested rainwater. Credit: Courtesy of the Un Alto en el Desierto FoundationBy Orlando Miles

Wind energy exploration over the Atacama Desert: a numerical model-guided observational program

Litter. It seems like such a ‘60s word, but it’s time to dust it off and rethink it — especially in the context of plastics and Life Cycle Assessments (LCAs). Start with the fact that more than 8 million tonnes of plastic enters the environment annu

CHILE: Senvion has signed a contract to supply a 204.7MW project in the northern Atacama region, marking the launch of its 2.3M130 turbine.
Hydrology
8/6/2018

Spatial distribution and trends of different precipitation variability indices based on daily data in Northern Chile between 1966 and 2015 Oliver Meseguer-Ruiz, Paulina I. Ponce-Philimon, Jose A. Guijarro, and Pablo Sarricolea Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sc
Mining.com
8/2/2018

Copper's fightback came to a screeching halt on Wednesday trading down 3.7% on news the Trump administration plans to propose a 25% tariff on $200 billion of imported Chinese goods intensifying an already acrimonious trade dispute with Beijing. Copp
Mining.com
7/30/2018

Unionized workers at Codelco's Chuquicamata copper mine in Chile downed tools on Monday saying they had “exhausted” all instances for dialogue with management. Access to Chuquicamata, the state miner's second largest copper operation by size, has be

Litter. It seems like such a ‘60s word, but it’s time to dust it off and rethink it — especially in the context of plastics and Life Cycle Assessments (LCAs). Start with the fact that more than 8 million tonnes of plastic enters the environment annu

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