Keystone Center posts videos of October science panels

KeystonePanelVideos of science panels held in Anchorage in October to discuss portions of Pebble Limited Partnership's (PLP) Environmental Baseline Document are now online at the Keystone Center website.

The Keystone Center was contracted by PLP to conduct a dialogue on the proposed Pebble mine. Part of that process included science panels, during which independent scientists were asked to volunteer to review environmental studies released by PLP in January 2012.

The October science panels included presentations from PLP-contracted scientists, many of whom included updates to their January studies. Independent scientists then offered their own critiques, followed by give-and-take discussion.

The Keystone Center has split the proceedings into 55 short segments to make it more accessible to viewers.

According to Keystone Center's Todd Bryan, a summary report of recommendations from will be available by the end of 2012.

Watch now at Keystone's website.

Read more:

Highlights - Hydrology sessions

Highlights - Geology and geochemistry sessions

Read the October 2012 newsletter focusing on the science panels.

Pebble Watch Q & A with Keystone Center's Todd Bryan


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