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Expert Perspectives on Risks and Impacts of High Volume Hydraulic Fracturing

Dr. Tony Ingraffea on Cumulative Environmental Effects of Hydraulic Fracking (Q&A below)

 

Dr. Tony Ingraffea on Cumulative Environmental Effects of Hydraulic Fracking AND Professor Engelder -- Q&A

 

Unearthed: The Fracking Facade:  Experts address myths that horizontal high volume fracking is time-tested and safe
 


 

FAULTS WITH FRACKING 8/31/2010
James Northrup - Hydrofracking, Faults & Aquifer Pollution James (Chip) Northrup, former gas/oil industry

 

Cornell University professor Dr. Anthony Ingraffea (CV):
For science-based facts on risks and benefits of High-Volume Fracking  

 

 

Public Health Advocate, Dr. Dan Conrad Volz presents his views on Fracturing shortly before he left the University of Pittsburgh.

 

Scientist story:  A Cautionary Tale by Jessica Ernst, Canadian scientist suing EnCana for water contamination

 

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