Summary of Reservation Resource Reports
The Summary of Reservation Resource Reports, also known as Phase I reports, provide a regional energy and mineral resource overview of each Indian reservation in the U.S. Reports were written by contractors and other government agencies under agreement with each Tribe. Each report contains information about the geologic framework and potential for energy and mineral development on reservation lands.
Although the reports were completed many years ago and some data may be dated, there still remains a large amount of useful information. Many Tribes now have had more recent investigation work performed and reported, but because these reports are more site specific they are confidential. A Tribe may be contacted and permission obtained (usually in writing) to review these reports.
|Colorado River (Partially located in California)||Hualapai|
|Fort Mojave||Maricopa & Gila River|
|Fort Yuma & Cocopah (Partially located in Nevada)||Pascua-Yaqui, Camp Verde, Payson Indian Community|
|Gila Bend, Papago & San Xavier||Salt River & Ft. McDowell|
|Chemehuevi||Tule River and other Central California Indian Lands|
|Thirty Mission Indian Reservation||21 Reservations and Rancherias located in the Cascade Range, Klamath Mountians, NE Coast Ranges, and Great valley Provinces|
|Ute Mountain Ute (Partially located in New Mexico)|
|Kootenai & Coeur D'Alene|