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Gas Drilling – Impact on Roads

Author: Michelle Mitchell, December 2010. A before and after illustration of the damage done to the road infrastructure.

Authors: Fracking Research Team: Jennifer Franco, Ana Maria Rey Martinez, Timothé Feodoroff from TNI Agrarian Justice Programme - January 2013

White Paper Series: 2013 - National Center for Freight & Infrastructure Research & Education -Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
College of Engineering - University of Wisconsin–Madison

Authors: Maria V. Hart, Teresa Adams, and Andrew Schwartz

Author: By: Lee R. Hansen, Associate Analyst - Office of Legislative Research - January 2014

The Costs of Fracking

The Price Tag of Dirty Drilling’s Environmental Damage

Authors: Tony Dutzik and Elizabeth Ridlington - Frontier Group and John Rumpler, Environment America Research & Policy Center - Fall 2012

Author: Erik Stokstad - 27 June 2014

Author: James L. “Chip” Northrup - September 8, 2010

AN OVERVIEW AND RECENT EXPERIENCES IN THE PENNSYLVANIA MARCELLUS PLAY BY ANTHONY R. INGRAFFEA, PH.D., P.E.
JANUARY, 2013

How Gas Wells Leak

Gas wells leak from the outside up, then from the inside out. Sooner or later, they all leak.

26 Feb 2014 - Science for Environment Policy Issue 405.

Book authors: A World to Win writing team - Penny Cole, Matt Worsdale, Gerry Gold and Donald McQueen. Editor: Paul Feldman

A Study of Fracking Using YouTube Videos

Authors: Jaspal, R., Turner, A., & Nerlich, B. (2014). Fracking on YouTube: Exploring Risks, Benefits and Human Values. Environmental Values

Shell Global Mega Frackers

Written by Kevin Smith, with additional input from Mika Minio-Paluello, Anna Galkina, Pavlo Khazan, Frack Off and UK Tar Sands Network

Authors: Damien Short, Jessica Elliot, Kadin Norder, Edward Lloyd-Davies and Joanna Morley, (2015) 

The Mechanisms that Connect the Disposal of Fracking Wastewater into Deep-­Injection Wells to a Significant Increase in Midcontinent Seismic
Activity by Brent Ritzel

Authors: Eric J. Esswein, John Snawder, Bradley King, Michael Breitenstein, Marissa Alexander-Scott & Max Kiefer (2014)

May 19th, 2014 9:10 am ET  -  John Snawder, Ph.D, DABT; Eric Esswein, MSPH, CIH; Bradley King, MPH, CIH; Michael Breitenstein, BS; Marissa Alexander-Scott, DVM, MS, MPH; Kyla Retzer, MPH; Max Kiefer, MS,CIH and Ryan Hill, MPH.

Authors: Eric J. Esswein , Michael Breitenstein , John Snawder , Max Kiefer & W. and Karl Sieber (2013)

This report describes a previously uncharacterized occupational health hazard: work crew exposures to respirable crystalline silica during hydraulic fracturing.

The American National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) identified exposure to airborne silica as a health hazard to workers conducting some hydraulic fracturing operations during recent field studies.

Trashing the Planet for Natural Gas

Trashing the Planet for Natural Gas: Shale Gas Development Threatens Freshwater Sources, Likely Escalates Climate Destabilization a report by Karen Charman - December 2010

This report explores the environmental risks and climate change implications arising from shale gas extraction. It also outlines potential UK and global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the exploitation of shale reserves. A report by researchers at the Tyndall Centre University of Manchester

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