The 2012 edition of this manual provides electric utilities, wildlife agencies, and other stakeholders with guidance for reducing bird collisions with power lines based on the most current information.
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 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 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.
The Road Use Plan is intended to provide general guidance for minimizing impacts to areas, resources, and people adjoining, served by, or otherwise affected by FRs and PNRs proposed for use by Resolution and its agents to access Project sites throughout the duration of the Project.