The Potentials and Problems of Expanding Use of Shale Gas in the Continental U. S

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1 Food & Water Watch analyzed a decade of socioeconomic-indicator data from rural Pennsylvania counties and compared these indicators before and after hydraulic fracturing (fracking) was commercialized in the state in 2005.

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