Documents Cited - GPO Appendices

Details File

Machette, M.N., 1998, Contrasts between short- and long-term records of seismicity in the Rio Grande rift – Important implications for seismic hazard assessments in areas of slow extension, in W.R. Lund (ed.), Western States Seismic Policy Council Proceedings Volume, Basin and Range Province Seismic Hazards Summit, Utah Geological Survey Miscellaneous Publication 98-2, p. 84-95.

View Details PDF icon Download PDF

Mack, G.H., Seager, W.R., and Leeder, M.R., 2003, Synclinal-horst basins: examples from the southern Rio Grande rift and southern transition zone of southwestern New Mexico: Basin Research, v. 15, p. 365-377.

View Details PDF icon Download PDF

Mason, B. and Moore, C.B. 1982. Principles of Geochemistry, John Wiley & Sons, New York.

View Details PDF icon Download PDF

McDonald, G.N. and Ashland, F.X., 2008, Earthquake site conditions in the Wasatch Front urban corridor, Utah: Utah Geological Special Study 125, 41 p., 1 plate, scale 1:150,000.

View Details PDF icon Download PDF

McGuire, R.K., Silva, W.J., and Costantino, C.J., 2001, Technical basis for revision of regulatory guidance on design ground motions: Hazard- and risk-consistent ground motion spectra guidelines: U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission NUREG/CR-6728.

View Details PDF icon Download PDF

McGuire, R.K., Silva, W.J., and Costantino, C.J., 2002, Technical basis for revision of regulatory Guidance on design ground motions, report prepared for U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

View Details PDF icon Download PDF

McQuarrie, N., and Wernicke, B.P., 2005, An animated tectonic reconstruction of southwestern North America since 36 Ma: Geosphere, v. 1, p. 147–172.

View Details PDF icon Download PDF

Menges, C.M. and McFadden, L.D., 1981, Evidence for the latest-Miocene to Pliocene transition from Basin-Range tectonic to post-tectonic landscape evolution in southeastern Arizona: Arizona Geological Society Digest, v. 13, p. 151-160.

View Details PDF icon Download PDF

Menges, C.M. and Pearthree, P.A., 1983, Map of neotectonic (latest Pliocene-Quaternary) deformation in Arizona: Arizona Bureau of Geology Mineral Technology Open-File Report 83-22, 48 p., scale 1:500,000.

View Details PDF icon Download PDF

Menges, C.M. and Pearthree, P.A., 1989, Late Cenozoic tectonism in Arizona and its impact on regional landscape evolution: in Geologic Evolution of Arizona, Arizona Geological Society, Digest No. 17, p. 649–680.

View Details PDF icon Download PDF

Molnar, P., 1979, Earthquake recurrence intervals and plate tectonics: Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, v. 69, p. 115-133.

View Details PDF icon Download PDF

Montgomery & Associates. 2012. Hydrogeologic Data Submittal, Tailings Prefeasibility Study, Whitford, Silver King, and Happy Camp Sites. October 23, 2012

View Details PDF icon Download PDF

Morgan, P., and Swanberg, C.A., 1985, on the Cenozoic uplift and tectonic stability of the Colorado Plateau: Journal of Geodynamics, v. 3, p. 39-63.

View Details PDF icon Download PDF

MWH. 2014. Final Resolution Copper Tailings Geochemical Characterization Data Summary Report, Report to Resolution Copper Mining, March 2014.

View Details PDF icon Download PDF

EIS Status Update - Mar 2019

As of March 15, a Draft EIS update is now available under the ‘Public Involvement’ tab. To view the update, click here.

EIS Timeline - Feb 2019

  1. Proponent submits revised Plan of Operations [Sep 2014]
  2. Federal Register Notice of Intent to prepare EIS [Mar 2016]
  3. Public scoping period and scoping meetings
    [5 meetings between Mar-Jun 2016; comment period extended from 60 days to 120 days, closed Jul 18, 2016 ]
  4. Compile and review existing data
  5. Prepare project description and identify project alternatives
  6. Publish Alternatives Evaluation Report [Sep 2017]
  7. We Are Here
    Validate Baseline Information; analyze environmental effects
  8. Prepare Draft EIS
  9. Federal Register Notice of Availability of Draft EIS
  10. 90-day public review and comment period, with public meetings
  11. Respond to public comments and prepare Final EIS
  12. Federal Register Notice of Availability of Final EIS and Draft ROD
  13. 45-day Public Objection Period
  14. Resolve objections to Final EIS and draft ROD
  15. Issue Final Record of Decision

[ View Larger Version ]

Forest Points of Contact

Media & General Info
John Scaggs
jscaggs@fs.fed.us

Project Manager
Resolution Copper
Mary Rasmussen
mcrasmussen@fs.fed.us

Apache Leap Special Management Area
Apache Leap SMA website