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HARDROCK MINING ON FEDERAL LANDS Appendix F Presentations to the Committee Speakers at Committee Meetings Stephen Alfers, Vice-Chairman for Hardrock Mining, Colorado Mining Association, Denver, Colorado Robert Anderson, Deputy Assistant Director, Bureau of Land Management, Washington, D.C. David Baker, Vice-President of Environmental Affairs, Newmont Mining Co., Denver, Colorado Adele Basham, Supervisor, Water Quality Standards Branch, Nevada Environmental Protection Division, Carson City, Nevada Douglas Bland, Director, New Mexico Mining and Minerals Division, Santa Fe, New Mexico Steven Borell, Executive Director, Alaska Miners Association, Anchorage, Alaska Jim Butler, Attorney, Parsons, Behle, and Latimer, National Mining Association, Salt Lake City, Utah Cathy Carlson, Director, National Wildlife Federation, Boulder, Colorado Nicholas Ceto, Regional Mining Coordinator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region X, Seattle, Washington Kelly Courtright, District Mining Engineer, Bureau of Land Management, Spokane District, Spokane, Washington
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HARDROCK MINING ON FEDERAL LANDS Alan Coyner, Adminstrator, Nevada Division of Minerals, Carson City, Nevada Rusty Dersch, Mining Law and Geologic Survey, U.S. Forest Service, Lakewood, Colorado Stephen D'Esposito, President, Mineral Policy Center, Washington, D.C. Roy Drew, Geologist, Branch of Solid Minerals, Bureau of Land Management, Lakewood, Colorado Leo Drozdoff, Chief, Bureau of Mining Regulations and Reclamation, Nevada Division of Environmental Protection, Carson City, Nevada James Dunn, Mine Waste Team Leader, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Denver, Colorado James Edwards, Solid Minerals Group Leader, Bureau of Land Management, Lakewood, Colorado Russell Fields, President, Nevada Mining Association, Reno, Nevada Roger Flynn, Executive Director, Western Mining Action Project, Boulder, Colorado Thomas Fry, Acting Director, Bureau of Land Management, Washington, D.C. Rich Haddock, Senior Counsel, Barrick Goldstrike Mines, Inc., Salt Lake City, Utah John Hardaway, Cripple Creek & Victor Mines, Victor, Colorado Chris Herald, President, Crown Resources Corporation, Denver, Colorado David Holm, Director, Colorado Division of Water Quality Control, Denver, Colorado Hugh Ingle, President, Nevada Miners and Prospectors Association, Yerington, Nevada Ron James, Nevada State Historic Preservation Officer, Nevada Historic Preservation Office, Carson City, Nevada
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HARDROCK MINING ON FEDERAL LANDS David Kiegman, Executive Director, Okanogan Highlands Alliance, Tonasket, Washington James Kuipers, Consulting Mining Engineer, Center for Science in Public Participation, Boulder, Montana Rodney Lentz, Area Mining Engineer, Okanogan National Forest, U.S. Forest Service, Okanogan, Washington Tom Leshendok, Assistant Director for Minerals, Nevada State Office, Bureau of Land Management, Reno, Nevada John Leshy, Solicitor, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C. Robert Loeffler, Director, Division of Mining of Water Management, Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Anchorage, Alaska Michael Long, Co-Chair, Mine Waste Task Force, Western Governors' Association, Denver, Colorado Mary Beth Marks, Geologist, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, Elko, Nevada Alan McKay, Associate Research Hydrogeologist, Desert Research Institute, University of Nevada, Reno Mike Menge, Professional Staff Member, Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, Washington, D.C. Glenn Miller, Professor, Department of Environmental & Resource Sciences, University of Nevada, Reno, and Co-Chair, Mining Committee, Sierra Club, Toiyabe Chapter, Reno, Nevada Robert Miscak, Chairman, Colorado Minerals, Energy, and Geology Advisory Board, Englewood, Colorado Richard Mohr, Director, Environmental Operations, Phelps Dodge Corp., Phoenix, Arizona John Mudge, Director, Environmental Affairs, Newmont Mining Company, Reno, Nevada Tom Myers, Hydrologic Consultant, Center for Science in Public Participation, Reno, Nevada
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HARDROCK MINING ON FEDERAL LANDS Scott Nichols, Chief, Bureau of Minerals, Idaho Department of Lands, Boise, Idaho Dianne Nielson, Executive Director, Utah Department of Environmental Quality, Salt Lake City, Utah David Norman, Chief Reclamation Geologist, Division of Geology, Washington Department of Natural Resources, Olympia, Washington Russell Plume, Hydrologist, U.S. Geological Survey, Carson City, Nevada Geoffrey Plumlee, Chief Scientist, Central Region Mineral Resource Team, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, Colorado Bruce Ramsey, Assistant Director, Division of Minerals and Geology, U.S. Forest Service, Washington, D.C. Victor Ross, Project Manager, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Anchorage, Alaska Nancy Rusho, Forest Geologist, Nez Perce National Forest, U.S. Forest Service, Grangeville, Idaho Luke Russell, Director, Environmental Affairs, Coeur d'Alene Mines, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Stuart Sanderson, President, Colorado Mining Association, Denver, Colorado Michael Schwartz, Group Manager, Regulatory Affairs, Bureau of Land Management, Washington, D.C. Christopher Sewell, Consultant, Western Shoshone Defense Project, Crescent Valley, Nevada Laura Skaer, Executive Director, Northwest Mining Association, Spokane, Washington Debra Struhsacker, Environmental Consultant, Reno, Nevada Michael Turnipseed, State Engineer of Nevada, Division of Water Resources, Carson City, Nevada
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HARDROCK MINING ON FEDERAL LANDS Milton Ward, Chairman, President, and CEO, Cyprus Amax Minerals Company, Englewood, Colorado Stanley Wiemeyer, Resources Contaminant Specialist, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Reno, Nevada Cy L.Wilsey, Land Manager, U.S. Homestake Mining Company, Sparks, Nevada Shannon Work, Attorney, Givens, Funke, and Work, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Speakers at Public Participation Fora Steve Balman, Glamis Imperial Corporation, Reno, Nevada Jim Butler, Attorney, Mining Industry, Salt Lake City, Utah Ann Carpenter, Nevada Colca Gold, Inc., Reno, Nevada Rob Corkran, Ph.D. candidate, Colorado State University Barbara Filas, Principal, Environmental Consulting Firm, Reno, Nevada David Finkenbinder, National Mining Association, Washington, D.C. Bill Goodhard, Geological Engineer, Mining Industry, Reno, Nevada Greg Hahn, President and CEO, Summo Minerals Corporation, Reno, Nevada Anne Hite, East Asia Gold Corp., Spokane, Washington Harold Hoeberg, Geologist, New Mexico Kirby Hughes, Citizens for Victor, Victor, Colorado Ivan Irnavitz, Northwest Mining Association, Spokane, Washington Bob Johnson, Kennecott Exploration, Reno, Nevada Charles Knuth, Washington State Director of Gold Prospectors and Miners Association, Spokane, Washington
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HARDROCK MINING ON FEDERAL LANDS Mark Levin, Mining/Geological Engineer, Reno, Nevada Frank Lewis, Small Miner, Reno, Nevada Steve MacIntosh, Echo Bay Minerals, Republic, Washington Donna Marie-Noel, Pyramid Lake Payute Tribe, Reno, Nevada Ed Mangold, Citizens for Victor, Victor, Colorado Gene McClelland, Atla Gold, Sparks, Nevada Tim McCrum, Crowell & Moring, Washington, D.C. Bob McQuivey, Bureau Chief, Nevada State Division of Wildlife, Reno, Nevada Dan Mead, BHP Nevada Mining, Reno, Nevada John Mudge, Director of Environmental Affairs, Newmont Gold Company, Reno, Nevada Tom Myers, Center for Science in Public Participation, Reno, Nevada Peter O'Conner, Independence Mining Company, Denver, Colorado Ray Powers, President, Goose Creek Mining District, Spokane, Washington Neil B.Prenn, Mine Development Associates, Mining Engineering Services, Reno, Nevada Mike Rasmussen, Echo Bay Mining Company, Spokane, Washington Otto Schumacher, President, Western Mine Engineer, Spokane, Washington Laura Skaer, Executive Director, Northwest Mining Engineer, Spokane, Washington
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HARDROCK MINING ON FEDERAL LANDS Dave Skinner, People for the USA, Denver, Colorado Lois Sneddon, Vice President for Conservation, Sierra Club, Reno, Nevada Bill Upton, Placer Dome, Reno, Nevada David Watson, Kennecott Mining Company, Salt Lake City, Utah Anna Weiland, Spokane, Washington Jon Winter, Environmental Specialist at Crown Jewel, Battle Mountain Gold Company, Spokane, Washington
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