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Assessment of the potential impacts of hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas on drinking water resources : executive summary.
At a Glance : Enhanced EPA Oversight and Action Can Further Protect Water Resources From the Potential Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing.
Enhanced EPA oversight and action can further protect water resources from the potential impacts of hydraulic fracturing.
Hydraulic fracturing and natural gas drilling : questions and concerns /
Hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas : impacts from the hydraulic fracturing water cycle on drinking water resources in the United States : executive summary.
Hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas : impacts from the hydraulic fracturing water cycle on drinking water resources in the United States.
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