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RENO, NV — On Friday June 3rd in Reno, hydrologic consultant, Dr. Tom Myers will present his latest research on the long-term effects of dewatering and the formation of pit lakes on the flow of the Humboldt River entitled “Effect of Open Pit Mine Dewatering and Cessation on a Semi-arid River Flows”. The report expands on Dr. Myers’ June 2015 study, “Hydrogeology of the Humboldt River Basin, Impacts of Open-Pit Mine Dewatering and Pit Lake Formation,” which sought to deepen understanding regarding the long-term consequences of open pit mining on the Humboldt River watershed and aquifers, and the impacts on communities and ranchers living in the region.
An executive summary of the report can be found here.
Dr. Myers will also present the report in Elko on June 8th from 4:30 – 6:30 pm at Great Basin College, Room GMCML 219, and in Lovelock on June 9th from 12:00 – 2:00 pm at the Pershing County Community Center. The 2015 and 2016 report was commissioned by the Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada.
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Friday, June 3rd
Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada
203 S. Arlington Ave.
Reno, NV 89501
Ellen Moore, firstname.lastname@example.org, 775-348-7557