This report summarizes the results of hydrogeologic investigations at the Skunk Camp site to inform Water Working Group Action Item WR30 (Submittal of Skunk Camp Conceptual and Predictive Modeling Results).
The program has been developed to characterize and monitor groundwater and surface water chemistry upgradient, downgradient, and in the vicinity of the proposed Skunk Camp Tailings Storage Facility (TSF).
This submittal of hydrogeological data for the Skunk Camp site was prepared in response to Water Working Group Action Item WR-7 “Summary and Data for water quality, water level data base for Skunk Camp and Gila River”.
This technical memorandum was prepared in response to Groundwater Work Group Action Item WR-12 “Pull well records and other information for QV and model the impacts” to provide information to address Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) comments about potential impacts to Queen Valley, Arizona water supplies from proposed Resolution Copper mining activities.
This report presents the results of the Model including development, calibration, and predictive simulations in response to Water Working Group Action Item WR30 (Submittal of Skunk Camp Conceptual and Predictive Modeling Results).
This Monitoring and Mitigation Plan was prepared in response to public issues raised during scoping and public and agency comment on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the Resolution Copper mine and land exchange.
This report describes the conceptual hydrogeologic model of the Skunk Camp site. The conceptual model encompasses the entire Skunk Camp model domain, with specific detail given to the vicinity of the proposed Skunk Camp tailings storage facility (TSF).