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The 'pollution' section of the "Extreme Energy Sources" library lists papers associated with pollution and human health. This includes air, water, land and other forms of pollution, and assessment of the health impacts of the pollution generated by extreme energy sources.

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Association of groundwater constituents with topography and distance to unconventional gas wells in NE Pennsylvania, Science of The Total Environment, vol.577 pp.195-201, 15/01/2017

Compendium Of Scientific, Medical, And Media Findings Demonstrating Risks And Harms Of Fracking (Unconventional Gas And Oil Extraction), Concerned Health Professionals of New York, Physicians for Social Responsibility, 17/11/2016

Health and Unconventional Natural Gas Development: Up-to-date Findings, Southwest Pennsylvania Environmental Health Project, 08/11/2016

Unconventional Oil and Gas in Scotland – Health Impact Assessment, Health Protection Scotland, 08/11/2016

A review of current and future methane emissions from Australian unconventional oil and gas production, Melbourne Energy Institute, 26/10/2016

Unconventional oil and gas development and risk of childhood leukemia: Assessing the evidence, Science of the Total Environment, vol.576 pp.138-147, 08/10/2016

Health and Unconventional Oil and Gas Development: Delphi Study Results, Southwest Pennsylvania Environmental Health Project, 08/09/2016

Association Between Unconventional Natural Gas Development in the Marcellus Shale and Asthma Exacerbations, JAMA International Medicine, vol.176 no.9 pp.1334-1343, September 2016

Fracked: Coal seam gas extraction and farmers’ mental health, Journal of Environmental Psychology, vol.47 pp.22-32, September 2016

Recurrent Human Health Complaints Technical Information Synthesis – Fort McKay Area, Alberta Energy Regulator and Alberta Health, September 2016

Associations between Unconventional Natural Gas Development and Nasal and Sinus, Migraine Headache, and Fatigue Symptoms in Pennsylvania, Environmental Health Perspectives (advanced publication), 25/08/2016

Gasping for Breath: An analysis of the health effects from ozone pollution from the oil and gas industry, Clean Air Task Force, August 2016

Addressing uncertainty in public health risks due to hydraulic fracturing, Environmental Health Review, vol.59 no.2 pp.57-61, 13/06/2016

COMPLAINT and request for investigation of fraud, waste and abuse by a high-ranking EPA official leading to severe underreporting and lack of correction of methane venting and leakage throughout the US natural gas industry, NC WARN, 08/06/2016

When The Wind Blows: Tracking Toxic Chemicals In Gas Fields And Impacted Communities, Coming Clean, June 2016

Estimating the Potential Toxicity of Chemicals Associated with Hydraulic Fracturing Operations Using Quantitative Structure–Activity Relationship Modeling, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.50 no.14 pp.7732-7742, 12/05/2016

The Problem of Setback Distance for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development: An analysis of expert opinions, Southwest Pennsylvania Environmental Health Project, 09/05/2016

Wastewater Disposal from Unconventional Oil and Gas Development Degrades Stream Quality at a West Virginia Injection Facility, Environmental Science and Technology, vil.50 no.11 pp.5517-5525, 09/05/2016

Overview of Chronic Oral Toxicity Values for Chemicals Present in Hydraulic Fracturing Fluids, Flowback, and Produced Waters, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.50 no.9 pp.4788-4797, 06/04/2016

Investigating the traffic-related environmental impacts of hydraulic-fracturing (fracking) operations, Environment International, vol.89-90 pp.248-260, April 2016

Impact to Underground Sources of Drinking Water and Domestic Wells from Production Well Stimulation and Completion Practices in the Pavillion, Wyoming, Field, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.50 no.8 pp.4524-4536, 29/03/2016

Unconventional natural gas development and birth outcomes in Pennsylvania, USA, Epidemiology, vol.27 no.2 pp.163-172, March 2016

Lung Cancer Risk from Radon in Marcellus Shale Gas in Northeast U.S. Homes, Risk Analysis, 16/02/2016

Shale Gas and Water 2016, The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, February 2016

A systematic evaluation of chemicals in hydraulic-fracturing fluids and wastewater for reproductive and developmental toxicity, Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology, pp.1-10, 06/01/2016

Hazard Ranking Methodology for Assessing Health Impacts of Unconventional Natural Gas Development and Production: The Maryland Case Study, PLoS ONE, vol.11 no.1 e0145368, 04/01/2016

Shale gas wastewater management under uncertainty, Journal of Environmental Management, vol.165 no.1 pp.188-198, 01/01/2016

Concurrence of aqueous and gas phase contamination of groundwater in the Wattenberg oil and gas field of northern Colorado, Water Research, vol.88 pp.458-466, January 2016

The risk of hydraulic fracturing on public health in the UK and the UK's fracking legislation, Environmental Sciences Europe, vol.27 pp.27, December 2015

Unconventional Gas Exploration and Production: Human Health Impacts and Environmental Legacy, National Toxics Network, November 2015

Enhancing water security in a rapidly developing shale gas region, Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, 06/10/2015

Elevated levels of diesel range organic compounds in groundwater near Marcellus gas operations are derived from surface activities, PNAS, vol.112 no.43 pp.13184-13189, 16/09/2015

Isotopic Fingerprints for Delineating the Environmental Effects of Hydraulic Fracturing Fluids, Procedia Earth and Planetary Science, vol.13 pp.244-247, September 2015

Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals and Oil and Natural Gas Operations: Potential Environmental Contamination and Recommendations to Assess Complex Environmental Mixtures, Environmental Health Perspectives, vol.124 no.3 pp.256-264, 27/08/2015

The Potential Environmental Impact from Fracking in the Delaware River Basin, CNA, August 2015

Recurring Human Health Complaints: Didsbury Area – Technical Information Synthesis, Alberta Energy Regulator and Alberta Health, August 2015

Statistical evaluation of the impact of shale gas activities on ozone pollution in North Texas, Science of the Total Environment, vol.536 pp.457-467, 30/07/2015

Assessing the Impact of Shale Gas on the Local Environment and Health, Task Force on Shale Gas, 15/07/2015

Unconventional Gas and Oil Drilling Is Associated with Increased Hospital Utilization Rates, PLoS ONE, Vol.10 no.7 e0131093, 15/07/2015

Airborne Ethane Observations in the Barnett Shale: Quantification of Ethane Flux and Attribution of Methane Emissions, Environmental Science Technology, vol.49 no.13 pp.8158-8166, 07/07/2015

Methane Emissions from Leak and Loss Audits of Natural Gas Compressor Stations and Storage Facilities, Environmental Science Technology, vol.49 no.13 pp/8132-8138, 07/07/2015

Natural Gas Residual Fluids: Sources, Endpoints, and Organic Chemical Composition after Centralized Waste Treatment in Pennsylvania, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.49 no.14 pp.8347-8355, 06/07/2015

Recurring Human Health Complaints Technical Information Synthesis – Lochend Area, Alberta Energy Regulator and Alberta Health, July 2015

Airborne flux measurements of methane and volatile organic compounds over the Haynesville and Marcellus shale gas production regions, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, vol.120 no.12 pp.6271-6289, 27/06/2015

Treatment of shale gas drilling flowback fluids (SGDFs) by forward osmosis: Membrane fouling and mitigation, Desalination, vol.366 pp.113-120, 15/06/2015

Perinatal Outcomes and Unconventional Natural Gas Operations in Southwest Pennsylvania, PLoS ONE, 03/06/2015

Assessment of the Potential Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing for Oil and Gas on Drinking Water Resources (External Review Draft), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, June 2015

Photochemical aging of volatile organic compounds associated with oil and natural gas extraction in the Uintah Basin, UT, during a wintertime ozone formation event, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, vol.15 pp.5727-5741, 26/05/2015

Evaluating a groundwater supply contamination incident attributed to Marcellus Shale gas development, PNAS, vol.112 no.20 pp.6325-6330, 19th May 2015, 19/05/2015

Atmospheric Emission Characterization of Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Development Sites, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.49 no.11 pp.7012-7020, 21/04/2015

Chemical Analysis of Wastewater from Unconventional Drilling Operations, Water, vol.7 no,4 pp.1568-1579, 15/04/2015

Considerations for the development of shale gas in the United Kingdom, Science of The Total Environment, vol.512-513 pp.56-42, 15th April 2015, 15/04/2015

Regional air quality impacts of hydraulic fracturing and shale natural gas activity: Evidence from ambient VOC observations, Atmospheric Environment, vol.110 pp.144-150, 2015, 26/03/2015

Impact of Natural Gas Extraction on PAH Levels in Ambient Air, Environmental Science Technology, vol.49 no.8 pp.5203-5210, 26/03/2015

Current perspectives on unconventional shale gas extraction in the Appalachian Basin, Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, vol.50 no.5 pp.434-446, 03/03/2015

Human exposure to unconventional natural gas development: A public health demonstration of periodic high exposure to chemical mixtures in ambient air, Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, vol.50 no.5 pp.460-472, 03/03/2015

Long-term impacts of unconventional drilling operations on human and animal health, Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, vol.50 no.5 pp.447-459, 03/03/2015

Well water contamination in a rural community in southwestern Pennsylvania near unconventional shale gas extraction, Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, vol.50 no.5 pp.516-528, 03/03/2015

Shale Gas in Canada: Environmental Risks and Regulation, Parliamentary Information and Research Service, Canadian Parliament, 26/02/2015

Shale gas development in Canada: What are the potential health effects?, Jounral of the Canadian Medical Association, vol.187 no.3 pp.E99-E100, 17/02/2015

Environmental health impacts of unconventional natural gas development: A review of the current strength of evidence, Science of the Total Environment, vol.505 pp.1127-1141, 01/02/2015

Understanding high wintertime ozone pollution events in an oil- and natural gas-producing region of the western US, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, vol.15 pp.411-429, 14/01/2015

Proximity to Natural Gas Wells and Reported Health Status: Results of a Household Survey in Washington County, Pennsylvania, Environmental Health Perspectives, vol.123 no.1, January 2015

Iodide, Bromide, and Ammonium in Hydraulic Fracturing and Oil and Gas Wastewaters: Environmental Implications, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.49 no.3 pp.1955-1963, January 2015, January 2015

A Public Health Review of High Volume Hydraulic Fracturing for Shale Gas Development, New York State, 17/12/2014

Developmental and reproductive effects of chemicals associated with unconventional oil and natural gas operations, Reviews on Environmental Health, vol.29 no.4 pp.307-318, December 2014

Fracking Fumes: Air Pollution from Hydraulic Fracturing Threatens Public Health and Communities, Natural Resources Defense Council, December 2014

Air concentrations of volatile compounds near oil and gas production: a community-based exploratory study, Environmental Health, vol.13 no.1 pp.82, 30/10/2014

New Tracers Identify Hydraulic Fracturing Fluids and Accidental Releases from Oil and Gas Operations, Environmental Science Technology, vol.48 no.21 pp.12552-12560, 20/10/2014

High winter ozone pollution from carbonyl photolysis in an oil and gas basin, Nature, vol.514 pp.351-354, 16/10/2014

Noble gases identify the mechanisms of fugitive gas contamination in drinking-water wells overlying the Marcellus and Barnett Shales, PNAS, vol.111 no.39 pp.14076-14081, 30/09/2014

Final Report of the Independent Review of Coal Seam Gas Activities in NSW, New South Wales Government, September 2014

Policy Position: Hydraulic Fracturing, Chartered Institute for Environmental Health, September 2014

Impact of emissions from natural gas production facilities on ambient air quality in the Barnett Shale area: A pilot study, Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, vol.64 no.12 pp.1369-1383, 26/08/2014

Report Of The Nova Scotia Independent Panel On Hydraulic Fracturing, Province of Nova Scotia Department of Energy, 24/08/2014

The Environmental Costs and Benefits of Fracking, Annual Review of Environment and Resources, vol.39 no.7, 2014, 09/08/2014

Compendium Of Scientific, Medical, And Media Findings Demonstrating Risks And Harms Of Fracking (Unconventional Gas And Oil Extraction), Concerned Health Professionals of New York, 10/07/2014

Occupational exposures in the oil and gas extraction industry: State of the science and research recommendations, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, vol.57 no.7 pp.847-856, July 2014

Potential Public Health Impacts of Natural Gas Development and Production in the Marcellus Shale in Western Maryland, University of Maryland, College Park, July 2014

Field Survey of Health Perception and Complaints of Pennsylvania Residents in the Marcellus Shale Region, International Journal Environmental Research and Public Health, vol.11 no.6 pp.6517-6527, 20/06/2014

Organic substances in produced and formation water from unconventional natural gas extraction in coal and shale, International Journal of Coal Geology, vol.126 pp.20-31, 01/06/2014

Review of the Potential Public Health Impacts of Exposures to Chemical and Radioactive Pollutants as a Result of the Shale Gas Extraction Process, Public Health England, June 2014

Environmental Impacts of Unconventional Natural Gas Development and Production, US DoE National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), 29/05/2014

Health and fracking: Should the medical profession be concerned?, South African Medical Journal, vol.104 no.5, May 2014

Towards a Road Map for Mitigating the Rates and Occurrences of Long-Term Wellbore Leakage, University of Waterloo/Geofirma, May 2014

Public Health England's draft report on shale gas extraction: Mistaking best practices for actual practices, British Medical Journal, vol.348 g2728, 17/04/2014

Environmental Public Health Dimensions of Shale and Tight Gas Development, Environmental Health Perspectives (preprint), 16/04/2014

The Role of Toxicological Science in Meeting the Challenges and Opportunities of Hydraulic Fracturing, Toxicological Sciences, vol.139 no.2 pp.271-283, 04/04/2014

The Role of Toxicological Science in Meeting the Challenges and Opportunities of Hydraulic Fracturing, Toxicological Sciences, vol.139 no.2 pp.271-283, 04/04/2014

Practical measures for reducing the risk of environmental contamination in shale energy production, Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts, vol.16 no.7 pp.1692-1699, April 2014

Shale Oil and Natural Gas Nexus (SONGNEX): Studying the Atmospheric Effects of Changing Energy Use in the U.S. at the Nexus of Air Quality and Climate Change, U.S. Department of Commerce, April 2014

Unconventional natural gas development and public health: toward a community-informed research agenda, Reviews in Environ Health, vol.29 no.4 pp.293-306. , April 2014

Birth Outcomes and Maternal Residential Proximity to Natural Gas Development in Rural Colorado, Environmental Health Perspectives. vol.122 no.4 pp.412-417, April 2014

Birth Defects and Mothers' Proximity to Natural Gas Development Is There a Connection?, Environmental Health Perspectives, vol.122 no.4 pp.A109, April 2014

Ecocide and the 'polluter pays' principle: the case of fracking, Environmental Scientist, April 2014

Environmental Impacts of Shale Gas Extraction in Canada: The Expert Panel on Harnessing Science and Technology to Understand the Environmental Impacts of Shale Gas Extraction, Canadian Council of Academies, April 2014

Understanding exposure from natural gas drilling puts current air standards to the test, Reviews on Environmental Health, vol.29, 29/03/2014

A Critical Review of the Risks to Water Resources from Unconventional Shale Gas Development and Hydraulic Fracturing in the United States, Environmental Science and Technology (preprint), 07/03/2014

Harms unknown: health uncertainties cast doubt on the role of unconventional gas in Australia's energy future, Medical Journal of Australia, vol.200 no.4 pp.210-213, 03/03/2014

Air Impacts of Increased Natural Gas Acquisition, Processing, and Use: A Critical Review, Science of the Total Environment (undated preprint), March 2014

Civil society research and Marcellus Shale natural gas development: results of a survey of volunteer water monitoring organizations, Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, vol.4 no.1 pp.78-86, March 2014

Potential Public Health Hazards, Exposures and Health Effects from Unconventional Natural Gas Development, Science of the Total Environment (undated preprint), March 2014

Air pollutant emissions from the development, production, and processing of Marcellus Shale natural gas, Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, vol.64 no.1 pp.19-37, January 2014

An Exploratory Study of Air Quality near Natural Gas Operations, Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, vol.20 no.1 pp.86-105, January 2014

Shale Gas and Water: An independent review of shale gas exploration and exploitation in the UK with a particular focus on the implications for the water environment, The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, January 2014

Evaluation of impact of shale gas operations in the Barnett Shale region on volatile organic compounds in air and potential human health risks, Science of the Total Environment, 468-469 pp.832-842, January 2014

Issues relating to shale gas exploration and exploitation in the St. Lawrence Lowlands, Bureau d'audiences publiques sur l'environnement (BAPE), January 2014

Health Impact Assessment of Shale Gas Extraction: Workshop Summary, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences, 2014

Air quality in the Industrial Heartland of Alberta, Canada and potential impacts on human health, Atmospheric Environment, vol.81 pp.702-709, December 2013

Is fracking good for your health?: An analysis of the impacts of unconventional gas on health and climate, The Australia Institute, 27/11/2013

Fracking poses little risk to public health, but evidence is limited, British Medical Journal, 01/11/2013

Review of the Potential Public Health Impacts of Exposures to Chemical and Radioactive Pollutants as a Result of Shale Gas Extraction, Centre for Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards, Public Health England, 30/10/2013

Water Resource Reporting and Water Footprint from Marcellus Shale Development in West Virginia and Pennsylvania, Downstream Strategies/San Jose State University/Earthworks Oil & Gas Accountability Project, 30/10/2013

Impacts of Shale Gas Wastewater Disposal on Water Quality in Western Pennsylvania, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.47 no.20 pp.11849-11857, 02/10/2013

Reckless Endangerment While Fracking the Eagle Ford: Government Fails, Public Health Suffers and Industry Profits from the Shale Oil Boom, Earthworks Oil and Gas Accountability Project, September 2013

Water Resources and Shale Gas/Oil Production in the Appalachian Basin – Critical Issues and Evolving Developments, U.S. Geological Survey, August 2013

An Evaluation of Water Quality in Private Drinking Water Wells Near Natural Gas Extraction Sites in the Barnett Shale Formation, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.47 no.17 pp.10032-10040, 25/07/2013

Increased stray gas abundance in a subset of drinking water wells near Marcellus shale gas extraction, PNAS, vol.110 no.28 pp.11250-11255, 09/07/2013

Groundwater Protection and Unconventional Gas Extraction: The Critical Need for Field-Based Hydrogeological Research, Ground Water, vol.51 no.4 pp.488-510, July 2013

Childhood Cancer Incidence in Pennsylvania Counties in Relation to Living in Counties With Hydraulic Fracturing Sites, American Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, vol.55 no.7 pp.796-801, July 2013

Occupational Exposures to Respirable Crystalline Silica During Hydraulic Fracturing, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, vol.10 pp.347-356, July 2013

Flaring Up: North Dakota Natural Gas Flaring More Than Doubles in Two Years, Ceres, July 2013

The Use of Health Impact Assessment for a Community Undergoing Natural Gas Development, American Journal of Public Health, vol.103 no.6, June 2013

The effects of shale gas exploration and hydraulic fracturing on the quality of water resources in the United States, Procedia Earth and Planetary Science, vol.7 pp.863-866, June 2013

Health Issues and Concerns Related to Unconventional Gas Development, Southwest Pennsylvania Environmental Health Project, June 2013

Engaging Health in Decision Making: The Marcellus Shale and Sustainability, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences, June 2013

Fracking in BC: A public health concern, British Columbia Medical Journal. vol.55 no.5 pp.238-239, June 2013

Fracking, the Environment, and Health: New energy practices may threaten public health, American Journal of Nursing, vol.113 no.6 pp.45-51, June 2013

Impact of Shale Gas Development on Regional Water Quality, Science, vol.340 item 1235009, 17/05/2013

Air, Noise, and Light Monitoring Results for Assessing Environmental Impacts of Horizontal Gas Well Drilling Operations, West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection, 03/05/2013

Evaluation of Methane Sources in Groundwater in Northeastern Pennsylvania, Groundwater, vol.51 no.3 pp.333-349, May 2013

Challenges of Unconventional Shale Gas Development: So What's the Rush, Notre Dame Journal Of Law, Ethics & Public Policy, vol.27 no.1, 13/04/2013

Estimating Wastewater Impacts from Fracking, Environmental Health Perspectives, vol.121 no.4 pp.A117, April 2013

Public Health Dimensions of Shale Gas Development, Physicians, Scientists, and Engineers for Healthy Energy, April 2013

Toxic Chemicals in the Exploration and Production of Gas from Unconventional Sources, National Toxics Network, April 2013

Symptomatology of a gas field: An independent health survey in the Tara rural residential estates and environs, Geralyn McCarron, April 2013

Modern Natural Gas Development and Harm to Health: The Need for Proactive Public Health Policies, ISRN Public Health, vol.2013, April 2013

Negative Health Impacts & Stressors Perceived to Result from Marcellus Shale Activity, Fractracker, April 2013

Submission to the NSW Chief Scientist and Engineer – Review of coal seam gas activities in NSW, Climate and Health Alliance, April 2013

Technical Rebuttal to Articlen Claiming a Link between Hydraulic Fracturing and Groundwater Contamination, Pennsylvania Council of Professional Geologists, April 2013

Shale gas development impacts on surface water quality in Pennsylvania, PNAS, vol.110 no.13 pp.4962-4967, 26/03/2013

Assessment of Effluent Contaminants from Three Facilities Discharging Marcellus Shale Wastewater to Surface Waters in Pennsylvania, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.47 no.7 pp.3472-3481, 04/03/2013

Investigating Links Between Shale Gas Development and Health Impacts Through a Community Survey Project in Pennsylvania, New Solutions, vol.23 no.1 pp.55-83, March 2013

Coal seam gas in the Tara region: Summary risk assessment of health complaints and environmental monitoring data, Queensland Government, March 2013

The Next Frontier in United States Shale Gas and Tight Oil Extraction: Strategic Reduction of Environmental Impacts, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, March 2013

Public Health And High Volume Hydraulic Fracturing, New Solutions, vol.23 no.1 pp.13-31, March 2013

Exploring the Environmental Effects of Shale Gas Development in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, State College, Pennsylvania, February 2013

Information to action: the pivotal role of accurate diagnosis in the management of well integrity issues, Archer, 23/01/2013

Estimation of regional air-quality damages from Marcellus Shale natural gas extraction in Pennsylvania, Environmental Research Letters, vol.8, 13/01/2013

Estrogen and Androgen Receptor Activities of Hydraulic Fracturing Chemicals and Surface and Ground Water in a Drilling-Dense Region, Journal of Endocrinology, 01/01/2013

Summit Discusses Public Health Implications of Fracking, Environmental Health Perspectives, vol.121 no.1 pp.A15, January 2013

Community-Based Risk Assessment Of Water Contamination From High-Volume Horizontal Hydraulic Fracturing, New Solutions, vol.23 no.1 pp.137-166, January 2013

Disclosure Of Hydraulic Fracturing Fluid Chemical Additives: Analysis Of Regulations, New Solutions, vol.23 no.1 pp.167-187, January 2013

Marcellus Shale Drilling's Impact On The Dairy Industry In Pennsylvania: A Descriptive Report, New Solutions, vol.23 no.1 pp.7-12, January 2013

Historical Analysis Of Oil And Gas Well Plugging In New York: Is The Regulatory System Working?, New Solutions, vol.23 no.1 pp.103-116, January 2013

Science And Politics Of Shale Gas Extraction, New Solutions, vol.23 no.1 pp.7-12, January 2013

The Costs of Fracking: The Price Tag of Dirty Drilling's Environmental Damage, Environment New York Research & Policy Center, Summer 2012

Study of the Potential Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing on Drinking Water Resources – Progress Report, United States Environmental Protection Agency, December 2012

Production and Disposal of Waste Materials from Gas and Oil Extraction from the Marcellus Shale Play in Pennsylvania, Environmental Practice, vol.14 no.4 pp.278-287, December 2012

Impacts of shale gas extraction on the environment and on human health – 2012 update, European Parliament, October 2012

Gas Patch Roulette: How Shale Gas Development Risks Public Health in Pennsylvania, Earthworks Oil and Gas Accountability Project, October 2012

Policy Position Statement: Hydraulic Fracturing (Fracking) of Shale in the UK, The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, October 2012

Breaking All the Rules: The Crisis In Oil & Gas Regulatory Enforcement States are Betraying the Public by Failing to Enforce Oil and Gas Development Rules, Earthworks Oil and Gas Accountability Project, 25/09/2012

Chief Medical Officer of Health's Recommendations Concerning Shale Gas Development in New Brunswick, New Brunswick Department of Health, September 2012

Oil and Gas: Information on Shale Resources, Development, and Environmental and Public Health Risks, USGAO, September 2012

Unconventional Oil and Gas Development: Key Environmental and Public Health Requirements, USGAO, September 2012

Support to the identification of potential risks for the environment and human health arising from hydrocarbons operations involving hydraulic fracturing in Europe, AEA Technology, 10/08/2012

Water Pollution Risk Associated with Natural Gas Extraction from the Marcellus Shale, Risk Analysis, vol.32 no.8 pp.1382-1393, August 2012

Geochemical evidence for possible natural migration of Marcellus Formation brine to shallow aquifers in Pennsylvania, PNAS, vol.109 no.30, 09/07/2012

Hydraulic Fracturing Can Potentially Contaminate Drinking Water Sources, Natural Resources Defense Council, July 2012

Global Impact of Gas Flaring, Energy and Power Engineering, vol.4 pp.290-302, July 2012

Unconventional Natural Gas Development and Infant Health: Evidence from Pennsylvania, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, July 2012

Hydraulic Fracturing and Water Resources: Separating the Frack from the Fiction, Pacific Institute, June 2012

Air Pollution Issues Associated, EM (Journal of the US Air & Waste Management Association), June 2012

In Fracking's Wake: New Rules are Needed to Protect Our Health and Environment from Contaminated Wastewater, Natural Resources Defense Council, May 2012

Factual Causation: The Missing Link In Hydraulic Fracture-Groundwater Contamination Litigation, Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum, vol.22 pp.341-360, May 2012

Potential Contaminant Pathways from Hydraulically Fractured Shale to Aquifers, Groundwater, vol.50 no.6 pp.872-882, 17/04/2012

Missing from the Table: Role of the Environmental Public Health Community in Governmental Advisory Commissions Related to Marcellus Shale Drilling, Environmental Health Perspectives, vol.120 no.4 pp.483-486, April 2012

Human health risk assessment of air emissions from development of unconventional natural gas resources, Science of The Total Environment, vol.1 pp.79-87, March 2012

Impact of Shale Gas and Shale Oil Extraction on the Environment and on Human Health – Workshop Proceedings, European Parliament, March 2012

The Impact of Marcellus Gas Drilling on Rural Drinking Water Supplies, Center for Rural Pennsylvania, March 2012

Hydraulic Fracturing: Impacts on the Environment and Human Health, Chartered Institute for Environmental Health Northern Ireland, February 2012

Coal Seam Gas: Future bonanza or toxic legacy?, Viewpoint Magazine, no.8 pp.26-45, February 2012

Impacts of Gas Drilling on Human and Animal Health, New Solutions, vol.22 no.1 pp.51-77, January 2012

Halogenated Contaminants From Coal Seam Gas Activities, Organohalogen Compounds, vol.74 pp.1174-1177, 2012

Shale Gas: North West – Monitoring of Flowback water, Environment Agency, 06/12/2011

Reply to Davies: Hydraulic fracturing remains a possible mechanism for observed methane contamination of drinking water, PNAS, vol.108 no.43 E872, 25/10/2011

Safety First, Fracking Second: Drilling for natural gas has gotten ahead of the science needed to prove it safe, Scientific American, 19/10/2011

Rapid expansion of natural gas development poses a threat to surface waters, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, vol.9 no.9 pp.503-511, 06/10/2011

Marcellus Shale: A Citizens View, Citizens Marcellus Shale Commission, October 2011

Natural Gas Operations from a Public Health Perspective, Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, vol.17 no.5 pp.1039-1056, 20/09/2011

Reply to Saba and Orzechowski and Schon: Methane contamination of drinking water accompanying gas-well drilling and hydraulic fracturing, PNAS, vol.108 no.37 pp.E665-E666, 13/09/2011

Hydraulic Fracturing in Coal Seam Gas Mining: The Risks to Our Health, Communities, Environment and Climate, National Toxics Network, September 2011

Shale Gas Production Subcommittee 90-Day Report, US Department of Energy, 18/08/2011

Toxicological review of the possible effects associated with inhalation and dermal exposure to drilling fluid production streams, Institute of Occupational Medicine/IOM Consulting, August 2011

Blind Rush?: Shale Gas Boom Proceeds Admidst Human Health Questions, Environmental Health Perspectives, vol.119 no.8 pp.A348-A353, August 2011

PEHSU Information on Natural Gas Extraction and Hydraulic Fracturing for Health Professionals, Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Units (PEHSU) Network, August 2011

Responses to Frequently Asked Questions and Comments About the Shale-Gas Paper by Osborn et al., Center on Global Change, Duke University, 15/06/2011

Special Issue: Health Effects of Shale Gas Extraction, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, June 2011

Impacts Of Shale Gas And Shale Oil Extraction On The Environment And On Human Health, European Parliament, June 2011

Methane contamination of drinking water accompanying gas-well drilling and hydraulic fracturing, PNAS, vol.108 pp.8172-8176, 09/05/2011

In the Shadow of the Marcellus Boom – How Shale Gas Extraction Puts Vulnerable Pennsylvanians at Risk, PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center, May 2011

The Rush to Drill for Natural Gas: A Public Health Cautionary Tale, American Journal of Public Health, vol.101 no.5 pp.784-785, May 2011

Monitoring of Emissions from Barnett Shale Natural Gas Production Facilities for Population Exposure Assessment, National Urban Air Toxics Research Center, April 2011

Chemical and Biological Risk Assessment for Natural Gas Extraction in New York (draft), Chemistry & Biochemistry Department, State University of New York, 28/03/2011

Maternal Exposure to Ambient Levels of Benzene and Neural Tube Defects among Offspring: Texas, 1999-2004, Environmental Health Perspectives, vol.119 no.3 pp.397-402, March 2011

Effects of Drilling Fluid Exposure to Oil and Gas Workers Presented with Major Areas of Exposure and Exposure Indicators, Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, vol.2 no.8 pp.710-719, 10/12/2010

Ozone Impacts of Natural Gas Development in the Haynesville Shale, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.44 no.24, no.9357-9363, 18/11/2010

Development of an Emission Inventory for Natural Gas Exploration and Production in the Haynesville Shale and Evaluation of Ozone Impacts, ENVIRON International Corporation, October 2010

Health Impact Assessment for Battlement Mesa, Garfield County Colorado, Colorado School of Public Health, University of Colorado Denver, September 2010

Evaluation of Contaminants in Private Residential Well Water, Pavillion, Wyoming, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, 31/08/2010

Addressing the Environmental Risks from Shale Gas Development, Worldwatch Institute, July 2010

A Framework for Examining Social Stress and Susceptibility to Air Pollution in Respiratory Health, Environmental Health Perspectives, vol.117 no.9 pp.1351-1358, September 2009

Drilling fluids and health risk management, International Association of Oil & Gas Producers, June 2009

VOC Emissions From Oil and Condensate Storage Tanks – Final Report, Texas Environmental Research Consortium, 02/04/2009

Modern Shale Gas Development in the United States: A Primer, NETL & Office of Fossil Energy, U.S. Department of Energy, April 2009

Management of Coal Seam Gas (CSG) By-Product Water: A Case Study on Spring Gully Mine Site in Queensland, Australia, 2nd International Conference on Waste Management, Water Pollution, Air Pollution, Indoor Climate, October 2008

Potential Exposure-Related Human Health Effects of Oil and Gas Development: A White Paper, Colorado University, 15/09/2008

Shale Gas: Focus on the Marcellus Shale, Earthworks Oil and Gas Accountability Project, May 2008

Oil: A Life Cycle Analysis of its Health and Environmental Impacts, Harvard School of Public Health, January 2006

Our Drinking Water At Risk: What EPA and the Oil And Gas Industry Don't Want Us to Know About Hydraulic Fracturing, Earthworks Oil and Gas Accountability Project, April 2005

Population Health and Oil and Gas Activities – A Preliminary Assessment of the Situation in North Eastern BC, Board of Northern Health (British Columbia), 2005

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