Sjoerd Willem Duiker, Ph.D., CCA
This fact sheet provides strategies for dealing with previously compacted areas on existing well and pipeline sites.
David R. Jackson
Pennsylvania’s forests are an important renewable natural resource and include some commercially valuable species. They are more than just an economic resource.
Water test reports of water near gas drilling activity generally have these common parameters.
Learn how to test and protect your private water well, spring or cistern.
Detail about the academic standards addressed by the water and shale gas videos available from Penn State Extension
This video covers water’s journey through the shale gas drilling and production processes in the Mid-Atlantic region and targets the 6th–9th grade level.
With half of the nation’s 2.5 million miles of pipeline carrying oil, gas and hazardous liquids more than 50 years old, how can future leaks be prevented?
This video addresses current environmental issues and misconceptions surrounding shale gas drilling and production and is targeted to 8th–10th-grade viewers.