This technical memorandum was prepared to summarize the results of a long-term aquifer test conducted at Resolution Project hydrologic characterization well HRES-4. Well HRES-4 is completed in the Apache Leap Tuff aquifer near Oak Flat, in the upper Queen Creek drainage basin of eastern Pinal County, Arizona.
The purpose of the Phase I assessment was to conduct non-invasive field investigations to supplement information obtained previously from published data and to plan Phase III investigations involving subsurface exploration drilling and hydrologic testing.
This tech memo has been prepared to summarize results of the Phase II field investigations of the Near West site, conducted in support of RCM's ongoing prefeasibility studies for storage of RCM mine tailings. The purpose of Phase II investigations was to conduct electrical resistivity surveys to assess the potential occurrence of shallow groundwater at the Near West site.
An investigation of hydrogeologic conditions for the Superior Basin has been completed by Montgomery. The chief objective of the survey was to evaluate the cause of recent water level declines reported for some wells located within and adjacent to the Queen Creek corridor through the Superior Basin, as well as observed declines in discharge from Whitlow Ranch Dam.
This plan describes the procedures followed by RCM for the WPS activities to prevent, control, and mitigate releases of oil and petroleum products to the environment at its RCM WPS located near the Town of Superior, in Pinal County, Arizona.
This plan describes the procedures followed by RCM for the EPS activities to prevent, control, and mitigate releases of oil and petroleum products to the environment at its RCM EPS located near the Town of Superior, in Pinal County, Arizona.
The goals of the baseline surface water monitoring program are to: a) Refine understanding of surface water occurrence, quantity, and quality within the study are b) Develop a baseline data set against which future potential impacts from mining may be measured, and c) Support development of an EIS.