Duquesne University Conference Presentations Now On-Line

10 January 2014

Facing the Challenges Conference, Duquesne University, November 2013

Video index:
List of Presentations:
Bain - Establishing a Water Chemistry Baseline for Southwest Pennsylvania: The Ten Mile Creek Case
Bamberger, Oswald - Impacts of gas drilling on human and animal health: updates
Boufadel - The potential for air migration during pneumatic drilling: Recommendations for best performance
Brittingham - The effects of shale gas development on forest landscapes and ecosystems
Brown - Understanding exposures from natural gas drilling puts current air standards to the test
Capo, Stewart - Isotopic signatures as tracers for shale gas fluids
Christopherson - Why local governments take action in response to shale gas development
Collins - Regulatory structures for reuse and disposal of shale gas wastewater
Drohan - How fracking technology is changing landscapes compared to past resource extraction disturbance
Grant - Marcellus shale and mercury: assessing impacts on aquatic ecosystems
Howarth - Shale gas aggravates global warming
Ingraffea - A statistical analysis of leakage from Marcellus gas wells in Pennsylvania
Jackson - Water interactions with shale gas extraction
Jansa - Gas Rush Stories
Kelso, Malone - Data inconsistencies from states with unconventional oil and gas activity
Porter - Impact of Marcellus activities on salamanders and fish populations in the Ten Mile Creek watershed
Rabinowitz - Health complaints, water quality indicators, and proximity to gas wells in Washington County PA
Robinson - Air Quality and Climate Issues with Natural Gas Development and Production
Stolz - The Woodlands: a case study of well water contamination related to unconventional shale gas extraction
Stout - Wheeling, West Virginia Experience with Frackwater: What "Brinewater" and "Residual Waste" Trucks are Really Carrying
VanBriesen - Challenges in assessing effects of shale gas produced water on drinking water treatment plants
Ward - Measuring the human and social service impacts of natural gas development
Ziemkiewicz - What does monitoring in the three rivers tell us about the effects of shale gas development?