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Search Arizona Geological Survey Mining Data

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Map AZGS

Anderson, S.R., 1988, Potential forpaction, land subsidence, and earth fissures in the Tucson Basin, Pima County, Arizona: U.S. Geological Survey

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Hudbay Minerals Inc. Exhibit 99.1 Filed by

On March 30, 2017, we filed a technical report titled NI 43 101, Feasibility Study, Updated Mineral Resource, Mineral Reserve and Financial Estimates, Rosemont Project, Pima County, Arizona, USA, effective as of March 30, 2017, prepared by Cashel Meagher, P. Geo our Chief Operating Officer the Rosemont Technical Report, a copy

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Mineral Potential of Eastern Pima County, Arizona, by

Pima County is endowed with many mineral resources, not only copper mines, but also the important products such as sand, gravel, and limestone used everyday in supporting the infrastructure of our cities. It is essential that these mineral resources, and the lands where they occur, remain available for exploration and development.

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Map AZGS

Anderson, S.R., 1988, Potential forpaction, land subsidence, and earth fissures in the Tucson Basin, Pima County, Arizona: U.S. Geological Survey

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Subsurface stratigraphy and geothermal resource potential

A subsurface stratigraphic study and preliminary investigation of the geothermal resource potential of the Avra Valley was undertaken in 1980. The area of investigation is situated in Pima County, Arizona, approximately five miles west of Tucson. The study area is bounded by 32 6' to 32 30' north latitude and 111 7' to 111 30' west longitude.

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Pima County AZGS Document Repository

Mineral Potential of Eastern Pima County, Arizona, by Southwestern Minerals Exploration Association. Basic Information. Author: Southwestern Minerals Exploration Association . Description: Mineral production is essential to our civilization because minerals provide the raw materials which allow our society to function. Pima County is endowed

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GOLD PLACERS AND PLACERING IN ARIZONA

of lands and mineral resources in Arizona by providing scientific and investigative research and information was essentiallyunchanged. The ancestral AZGS began in 1881, when the Office of the Terri­ torial Geologist was established by the Territorial Legislature. The primary duties were to collect and provide information about mineral resources.

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Mineral Deposits for eastern Pima County

Areas favorable for exploration and discovery of porphyry copper deposits, sand and gravel deposits and other undiscovered mineral deposits. Known errors/qualifications User is referred to July 5th, 2001 Southwestern Minerals Exploration Association SMEA report of Mineral Potential of Eastern Pima County, Arizona for more information.

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MINERAL POTENTIAL IN EASTERN PIMA COUNTY

Pima County has a unique,plex, geological history which makes it critical habitat for large copper deposits, geothermal resources, and many industrial minerals

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Wilderness Study Area AZ 020 203B, Pima County, Arizona A

south central Pima County, Arizona. In March and April 1985, the Bureau of Mines conducted a mineral investigation of the study area as required by Public Law 94 579 October 21, 1976. The investigation included a review of literature concerning mineral resources and mining activity, and a field

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Mining in Arizona AZGS

520.621.2470 1955 East 6th Street, P.O. Box 210184, Tucson, AZ 85721. The maps, reports, and other information and content on this website are provided as a public service for informational purposes only.

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Mine Tales: Roskruge Mountains near Tucson held mineral

The mineral potential of the Roskruge Mountains, 20 miles west of Tucson at the southern end of what is now Ironwood Forest National Monument, resulted in limited mining success.

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3.3.3.1 Categories of Minerals on BLM Lands

Moderate potential exists in two regional geologic structures: the Chihuahua Trough/Bisbee Basin in eastern Pima County, and the Arizona New Mexico Trough in northeastern Pinal and Gila counties. There also is moderate potential in the Tertiary alluvial

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Mineral investigation of the Pusch Ridge Wilderness, Pima

Mineral investigation of the Pusch Ridge Wilderness, Pima County, Arizona U.S. Bureau of Mines Mineral Land Assessment MLA 118 82 1982 By Ryan, G.S. This open file report summarizes the results of a Bureau of Mines wilderness study and will be incorporated in a joint report with the

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REGIONAL GRAVITY DATA ANALYSIS OF THE PAPAGO INDIAN

INDIAN RESERVATION, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA by Bruce Alan Hargan A Thesis Submitted to the Faculty of the DEPARTMENT OF GEOSCIENCES In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For the Degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE In the Graduate College THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA 19 7 8. STATEMENT BY AUTHOR

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Mining in Arizona AZGS

Locations of economically or historically significant mines appear on the mineral resource map. A northwest trending belt of metallic mineralization across the state is a striking feature on the map. The southeastern part of this belt is dominated by porphyry copper red on map and associated lead, zinc, gold, and silver deposits blue and

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Mineral Potential AZGS Document Repository

Pima County is endowed with many mineral resources, not only copper mines, but also the important products such as sand, gravel, and limestone used everyday in supporting the infrastructure of our cities. It is essential that these mineral resources, and the lands where they occur, remain available for exploration and development.

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Mineral Potential of Eastern Pima County, Arizona, by

Tucson Arizona 85701 USA 520 770 3500 MISSING MISSING Southwestern Minerals Exploration Association, 2001, Mineral Potential of Eastern Pima County, Arizona, by Southwestern Minerals Exploration Association: Arizona Geological Survey Contributed Report CR 01 B, 50 p.

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GOLD PLACERS AND PLACERING IN ARIZONA

of lands and mineral resources in Arizona by providing scientific and investigative research and information was essentiallyunchanged. The ancestral AZGS began in 1881, when the Office of the Terri­ torial Geologist was established by the Territorial Legislature. The primary duties were to collect and provide information about mineral resources.

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Search Arizona Geological Survey Mining Data

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Master Plans and Manuals Pima County

Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation. 3500 W. River Road Tucson, AZ 85741 520 724 5000

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Pima County GIS Library Layer nonmetal: Nonmetal mineral

Nonmetal mineral deposits: File name: nonmetal: Spatial domain: Eastern Pima county: Abstract: Nonmetal displays areas of limestone and sand gravel deposits. Known errors/qualifications: User is referred to July 5th, 2001 Southwestern Minerals Exploration Association SMEA report of Mineral Potential of Eastern Pima County, Arizona for more

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Multi species Conservation Plan Pima County

Pima Countys Multi species Conservation Plan MSCP has been approved by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Pima County Board of Supervisors!. The MSCP is the part of the Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan that addresses endangeredpliance. Pima County and Pima County Regional Flood Control have received a federal Section 10 permit that streamlines

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Mineral Potential of Eastern Pima County, Arizona, by

Pima County is endowed with many mineral resources, not only copper mines, but also the important products such as sand, gravel, and limestone used everyday in supporting the infrastructure of our cities. It is essential that these mineral resources, and the lands where they occur, remain available for exploration and development.

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The Arizona Geological Survey Geothermal Potential

Preliminary Assessment of the Geothermal Potential of the Northern Hassayampa Plain, Maricopa County, Arizona, by Claudia Stone, 1979, 41 p. OFR 79 17 The Geothermal Potential of IBM Plant Site Area, Tucson, Arizona, by J.C. Witcher, 1979, 26 p.

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High Potential mineral tracts in eastern Pima County: GIS

Pima County Geographic Information Systems GIS Library Contents Metadata High Potential mineral tracts in eastern Pima County: GIS Layer Fields. This metadata information is subject to our disclaimer. See Data Layer Field Descriptions for more about data layer fields.

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Mineral resources of the Ragged Top Wilderness study area

OSTI.GOV Book: Mineral resources of the Ragged Top Wilderness study area, Pima County, Arizona

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Mineral resource potential map of the Pusch Ridge

Hinkle, M.E., and Ryan, G.S., 1982, Mineral resource potential map of the Pusch Ridge Wilderness Area, Pima County, Arizona: U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous

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Chapter 6 Promoting Tourism Pima County

Pima County invested an additional $190,000 in contingency funds in FY 2013/14 to bring in MLS spring training and a professional soccer team from Mexicopete in the February 2014 Desert Diamond Cup. Pima County made similar investments to bring back MLS spring training in 2015 and 2016.

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High Potential mineral tracts in eastern Pima County

Descriptive name: High Potential mineral tracts in eastern Pima County: File name: hipotent: Spatial domain: Eastern Pima County: Abstract: Tracts favorable for the presence of undiscovered mineral deposits High Potential Tract defined by the U.S. Geological Survey in Bulletin 2083 A K Resource Potential and Geology of Coronado National Forest, Southeastern Arizona and Southwestern N.M.

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Pima County GIS Library Contents

High Potential mineral tracts in eastern Pima County hipotent : Hill shaded Relief Grid NED 10m Eastern Pima County hsned1pe : Hill shaded Relief Grid NED 10m Western Pima County hsned1pw : Hill shaded Relief Grid NED 30m Pima County hsned3pm : Hill shaded Relief Grid NED 30m State of Arizona hsned3az : Hillshaded Relief Image

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Mineral investigation of the Pusch Ridge Wilderness, Pima

Mineral investigation of the Pusch Ridge Wilderness, Pima County, Arizona U.S. Bureau of Mines Mineral Land Assessment MLA 118 82 1982 By Ryan, G.S. This open file report summarizes the results of a Bureau of Mines wilderness study and will be incorporated in a joint report with the

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Search Arizona Geological Survey Mining Data

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Search Arizona Geological Survey Mining Data

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High Potential mineral tracts in eastern Pima County: GIS

Pima County Geographic Information Systems GIS Library Contents Metadata High Potential mineral tracts in eastern Pima County: GIS Layer Fields. This metadata information is subject to our disclaimer. See Data Layer Field Descriptions for more about data layer fields.

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u.s. Arizona

202, Pima County, Arizona: William Lundy, 1987. MLA 35 82 3 MB Mineral Resource Potential of the Dragoon Mountains Rare II Further Planning Area, Cochise County, Arizona: T. J. Kreidler, 1982. ' MLA 35 88 2.2 MB Mineral Investigation of a Part of the Mount Nutt Wilderness Study Area AZ

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