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Landscape Consequences of Natural Gas Extraction
June 16, 2013 | USGS

USGS has published: “Landscape Consequences of Natural Gas Extraction in Fayette and Lycoming Counties, Pennsylvania, 2004–2010″ as an open file report.


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