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Northern Dynasty skeptical of survey methods, results

...establish a game refuge in the watersheds making up the headwaters of Bristol Bay an area completely surrounding the proposed mine site. The refuge would be named after late Gov. Jay Hammond and is supported by his widow, Bella Hammond, and other family members...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/030207/news_0302new004.shtml
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Pebble, state officials: Mine isn't a done deal: If impact to environment, fisheries can't be minimized, project won't go forward

...environmental impact adviser on mine projects for 18 years. Basically, Chambers explained, the porous ground at the proposed mine site increases the risk of the mine contaminating the area habitat. That risk is compounded by the fact that the dense...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/032610/new_500242959.shtml
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Why jeopardize Bristol Bay ecosystem?

...even the richest companies in the world cannot stop earthquakes, therefore if Pebble is built it could happen. The proposed mine site would lie in the same fault zone that created the 1964 earthquake, the largest in the northern hemisphere. Pebble...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2011-10-23/why-jeopardize-bristol-ba
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Mining change may affect fish

...That's just not fair. There's no balance in this decision," said Judy Heilman, a resident of Beluga near the proposed mine site and a spokeswoman for the coalition. Alaska's current stream buffer rules mirror the current federal rules and...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/121508/new_276046633.shtml
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