Resolution Copper Mining

This document outlines the access and management plan for the campground once transfer of ownership is complete.

100' slices through the deposit from the geologic model.

Subsidence at the Resolution Copper (RC) project is predicted to occur in a typical slow and gradual process from approximately year 6 when the cave from the underground mining is expected to reach surface.

Subsidence at the Resolution Copper (RC) project is predicted to occur in a typical slow and gradual process from approximately year 6 when the cave from the underground mining is expected to reach surface.

The goal of this Wildlife Management Plan would be to reduce the potential for wildlife injury and mortality at active mining facilities.

Part 1 of response to data request on updated socioeconomic data.

Response to "Document current conditions and expected conditions of discharge under AZPDES and exploration of discharges during transitional times of mine life."

Response to Water Work Group Action Item #WR-20 (Provide input on potential for stormwater release and estimate of quality)

Response to questions received from Arizona State Land Department regarding North Skunk Camp pipeline corridor.

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Forest Service Point of Contact

John Scaggs
Tonto National Forest
john.scaggs@usda.gov

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