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HARDROCK MINING ON FEDERAL LANDS Appendix G Individuals Who Provided Documents to the Committee Robert Anderson, Deputy Assistant Director, Minerals, Realty and Resource Protection, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C. Bruce Babbitt, Secretary of the Interior, Washington, D.C. Sylvia Baca, Acting Assistant Secretary, Lands and Minerals Management, Department of the Interior, John Leshy, Solicitor, Department of the Interior, James Lyons, Under Secretary, Natural Resources and Environment, Department of Agriculture, & Charles Rawls, General Counsel, Department of Agriculture (letter to Greg Etter, Vice President and General Counsel, Battle Mountain Gold Company, March 25, 1999) David A.Baker, Newmont Mining Corporation, Denver, Colorado Mary Barraco, Manager of Compliance and Regulatory Affairs, Kinross Gold U.S.A., Inc., Salt Lake City, Utah Steven G.Barringer, Singer, Brown, & Barringer, prepared for Precious Metals Producers, Las Vegas, Nevada Douglas Bland, Director, New Mexico Mining and Minerals Division, Santa Fe, New Mexico Steve Borell, Executive Director, Alaska Miners Association, Inc., Anchorage, Alaska Gary C.Boyle, General Manager, Glamis Imperial Corporation, Winterhaven, California
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HARDROCK MINING ON FEDERAL LANDS Lowell Braxton, Director, State of Utah, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Oil, Gas and Mining, Salt Lake City, Utah Neal Brecheisen, BLM Carson City Office (letter to Kinross Gold U.S.A. Inc, Carrie Eddy, March 5, 1999) James Bright, Mining Geologist, Reno, Nevada Michael Burnside, Northern Region U.S. Forest Service, Missoula, Montana Jim Butler, Attorney, Parsons, Behle and Latimer, Salt Lake City, Utah Cathy Carlson, Executive Director, National Wildlife Federation, Boulder, Colorado Nick Ceto, Regional Mining Coordinator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region X, Seattle, Washington Rob Corkran, Ph.D. candidate, Colorado State University Alan Coyner, Administrator, Nevada Division of Minerals, Carson City, Nevada Les Darling, Director, Environmental Affairs and Land Administration, Cyprus Amax Minerals Company, Englewood, Colorado Desert Research Institute, Technical Review and Assessment of Ground and Surface Water Relationships in the Tuscarora Mountains, Prepared for Barrick Goldstrike Mines, Newmont Gold Company Stephen D'Esposito, President, Mineral Policy Center, Washington, D.C. Doug Driesner, Director of Mining Services, State of Nevada Department of Business and Industry, Division of Minerals, Reno, Nevada Leo Drozdoff, Chief, Bureau of Mining and Regulation and Reclamation, Nevada Division of Environmental Protection, Carson City, Nevada James Dunn, Mine Waste Team Leader, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Denver, Colorado
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HARDROCK MINING ON FEDERAL LANDS Timothy M.Dyhr, Manager, Environment, BHP Copper, Inc., Gila County, Arizona Rich and Marilyn Fay, Citizens for Victor, Victor, Colorado Russell Fields, President, Nevada Mining Association, Reno, Nevada Tom Fry, Acting Director, Bureau of Land Management, Washington, D.C. Glamis Imperial Corporation, Winterhaven, California (Chronology Handout) Bill Goodhard, Director, Reclamation Environmental Affairs, Echo Bay, Englewood, Colorado Robert Gosik, Kinross Gold U.S.A., Inc., Salt Lake City, Utah Rich D.Haddock, Senior Counsel, Barrick Goldstrike Mines, Inc., Salt Lake City, Utah Gregory Hahn, President & CEO, Summo Minerals Corporation, Arizona Pat Hallinan, Water Quality Section, State of Washington Department of Ecology Stanley Hamilton, Director, Idaho Department of Lands, Boise, Idaho John Hardaway, Independence Mining Company, Inc., Victor, Colorado Paul D.Hartley, President, ADGIS, Inc., Reno, Nevada Christopher Herald, President, Crown Resources Corporation, Denver, Colorado Karen Highley, Records Manager, Department of Environmental Quality, Environmental Management Bureau, State of Montana Jane Dee Hull, Governor of Arizona, Phoenix Bruce Humphries, Minerals Programs Supervisor, State of Colorado, Denver Hugh Ingle, Jr., President, National Miners and Prospectors Association, Yerington, Nevada
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HARDROCK MINING ON FEDERAL LANDS Bob Johnson, U.S. Land Manager, Kennecott Exploration Company, Reno, Nevada David Kimball, National Mining Association, Denver, Colorado Chuck Knuth, Small Miner & Prospector, Gold Prospectors Association of America James Kuipers, Consulting Mining Engineer, Center for Science in Public Participation, Boulder, Montana Frank W.Lewis, Reno, Nevada Ken Loda, Bureau of Land Management, Winnemucca Field Office, Winnemucca, Nevada Bob Loeffler, Director, Division of Mining and Water Management, Department of Natural Resources, State of Alaska, Anchorage Michael B.Long, Western Governors' Association, Denver, Colorado Mary Beth Marks, Geologist, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, U.S. Forest Service, Elko, Nevada Timorthy McCrum, Attorney, Crowell & Moring LLP, Washington, D.C. Daniel L.Mead, BHP Nevada Mining, Reno, Nevada Glenn Miller, Professor, University of Nevada, Reno Robert W.Micsak, Vice President and General Counsel, Colorado Minerals, Energy & Geology, Policy Advisory Board, Englewood, Colorado Richard Mohr, Director, Environmental Operations, Phelps Dodge Corp., Phoenix, Arizona Dalva Moellenberg, Attorney, Gallagher & Kennedy, P.A., Phoenix, Arizona Tom Myer, Center for Science in Public Participation, Reno, Nevada Newmont Gold Company, Gold Quarry Operations, Carlin, Nevada
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HARDROCK MINING ON FEDERAL LANDS Dianne Nielson, Executive Director, Utah Department of Environmental Quality, Salt Lake City David Norman, Chief Reclamation Geologist, Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Spokane Peter O'Conner, Senior Attorney, Independence Mining Company, Englewood, Colorado Russ Plume, Hydrologist, U.S. Geological Survey, Carson City, Nevada Geoff Plumlee, Chief Scientist, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, Colorado James Pompy, Manager, Reclamation Unit, Department of Conservation, State of California Ray Powers, Moose Creek Mining District Neil B.Prenn, Mine Development Associates, Mine Engineering Services, Reno, Nevada James T.Price, Great Falls, Montana Bruce Ramsey, Assistant Director, Division of Minerals and Geology, U.S. Forest Service, Washington, D.C. Luke Russell, Director of Environmental Affairs, Coeur d'Alene Mines, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Stuart Sanderson, President, Colorado Mining Association, Denver, Colorado Christopher Sewell, Consultant, Western Shoshone Defense Project, Crescent Valley, Nevada Laura Skaer, Executive Director, Northwest Mining Association, Spokane, Washington Lois Snedden, Vice President for Conservation, Sierra Club, Reno, Nevada Debra W.Struhsacker, Consultant, Environmental & Government Relations, Reno, Nevada
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HARDROCK MINING ON FEDERAL LANDS Bob Townsend, Administrator, Minerals and Mining, State of South Dakota Bill Upton, Placer Dome, Beowawe, Nevada Ivan Urnovitz, Northwest Mining Association, Spokane, Washington Milton H.Ward, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Cyprus Amax Minerals Company, Englewood, Colorado David L.Watson, Director, Technical and Health, Safety, AND Environmental Quality, Kennecott Minerals Company, Salt Lake City, Utah Kent Watson, Thompson Creek Mining Company, Clayton, Idaho Western Governors' Association Correspondence & Comments on the 3809 Regulations, Resolution 93–006; Western Governors' Association; June 24, 1996–January 1, 1999 Francis M.Wheat, Los Angles, California Stanley Wiemeyer, Resource Containment Specialist, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Nevada Fish and Wildlife Office, Reno, Nevada Robert D.Williams, Field Supervisor, Nevada Fish and Wildlife Office, Reno, Nevada Cy Wisley, U.S. Land Manager, Homestake Mining Company, Sparks, Nevada Shannon Work, Attorney, Givens, Funke & Work, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
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