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The effects of induced hydraulic fracturing on the environment : commercial demands vs. water, wildlife, and human ecosystems / edited by [editado por] Matthew McBroom, PhD.

Contributor(s): McBroom, Matthew W. (Matthew Wayne), 1972- [editor].
Material type: TextTextCopyright date: Toronto : Apple Academic Press, ©2014Description: xxvii, 331 páginas : ilustraciones ; 24 cm.Content type: texto Media type: sin mediación Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9781926895833 (hardcover).Subject(s): Fracturación hidraúlica | Polución | Contaminación del agua | Impacto ambientalDDC classification: 333.8
Contents:
Regulation of water pollution from hydraulic fracturing in horizontally-drilled wells in the Marcellus Shale Region -- USA -- Soil erosion and surface water quality impacts of natural gas develoment in east Texas -- USA -- Analysis of water features in gas Leakage Area -- Field validation of toxicity test to evaluate the potencial for beneficial use of produced water -- Fracking vs faucets: balancing energy needs and water sustainability at Urban Frontiers -- Rapid expansion of natural gas development poses a threar to surface waters -- Silica gel behavior under different EGS chemical and thernal conditions: an experimental study -- Study of the potencial impacts of hydraulic fracturing on drinking water resources: progress report -- Hydraulic fracturing and wildlife -- Human health perspectives.
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Regulation of water pollution from hydraulic fracturing in horizontally-drilled wells in the Marcellus Shale Region -- USA -- Soil erosion and surface water quality impacts of natural gas develoment in east Texas -- USA -- Analysis of water features in gas Leakage Area -- Field validation of toxicity test to evaluate the potencial for beneficial use of produced water -- Fracking vs faucets: balancing energy needs and water sustainability at Urban Frontiers -- Rapid expansion of natural gas development poses a threar to surface waters -- Silica gel behavior under different EGS chemical and thernal conditions: an experimental study -- Study of the potencial impacts of hydraulic fracturing on drinking water resources: progress report -- Hydraulic fracturing and wildlife -- Human health perspectives.

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