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Natural Gas Development: A Public Health Concern

Natural Gas Development: A Public Health Concern
Presentation at the 2005 People's Oil and Gas Summit: Toxics in Our Communities

Published: November 3, 2005

By: Theo Colborn, Ph.D.

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This presentation provides an overview of air, water and soil contamination pathways from oil and gas development, as well as examples of the types of chemicals used during the drilling and hydraulic fracturing processes.  Airborne contaminants are also discussed.

FILE SIZE:  12.4 MB

Tagged with: public health, people's oil and gas summit, natural gas

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