Basic geologic and hydrologic information, Bradshaw Mountains, Yavapai County, Arizona
KeywordsArizona Geological Survey Open File Reports
Prescott Mining Area
Turkey Creek District
Mount Union District
Groom Creek District
Black Canyon District
Agua Fria District
Big Bug District
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CitationScott, P.S., 1994, Basic geologic and hydrologic information, Bradshaw Mountains, Yavapai County, Arizona. Arizona Geological Survey Open File Report, OFR-94-02, 12 sheet, variable scale, 69 p.
PublisherArizona Geological Survey (Tucson, AZ)
DescriptionThis report is the result of a preliminary environmental assessment of the impact of past mining activities on water quality in the Bradshaw Mountains area. The assessment in Phase 1 of a multiphase project. The ultimate goals of the project are: 1) to focus on a relatively small portion of the Bradshaw Mountains for further characterization; (2) to mitigate water quality problems at the selected site; and (3) to develop general guidelines for containment and/or abatement of mining-related water contamination problems. Phase 1 was executed by the Arizona Geological Survey in cooperation with the Arizona State Land Department and under contract with the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality. Phase 1 involved the collection, review and evaluation of existing geologic, hydrologic and mining information on the Bradshaw Mountains area (see page 2 for study area location). The results of Phase 1 include: and overview of the data which were readily available; a general sense of where the most suitable areas for further study are; and what the largest data gaps are. (69 pages; 12 thematic plates)
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North Bounding Coordinate34.6106
South Bounding Coordinate34.0481
West Bounding Coordinate-112.67
East Bounding Coordinate-112.088
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