More than a decade of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling research

More than a decade of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling research Volume 21 Number 2 February 2019 Pages 185–398 Env ironmental S cience Processes & Impacts rsc.li/espi Themed issue: Environmental geochemistry & biology of hydraulic fracturing ISSN 2050-7887 EDITORIAL Desiree L. Plata, Robert B. Jackson, Avner Vengosh and Paula J. Mouser More than a decade of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling research Environmental Science Processes & Impacts EDITORIAL More than a decade of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling research Cite this: Environ. Sci.: Processes Impacts,2019, 21,193 a b c Desiree L. Plata, Robert B. Jackson, Avner Vengosh and Paula J. Mouser DOI: 10.1039/c9em90004g rsc.li/espi Unconventional natural gas and oil convened this themed issue as co-guest identication, to improved laboratory withdrawals in the United States (US) editors in order to showcase some of accounting of complex chemical mixtures increased dramatically starting in the those most recent advances on the envi- and their interferences, to high-throughput mid-2000s (Fig. 1), further enabled by the ronmental geochemistry and biology of nucleic acid sequencing, assembly, and onset of multi-well pads with horizontal hydraulic fracturing. availability of (meta)genomic datasets, and drilling in 2007. This expansion was met Oneofthe driversofrecent discoveries evaluation of large historic or geospatial with great scientic interest in the tech- in this area http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts Royal Society of Chemistry

More than a decade of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling research

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Volume 21 Number 2 February 2019 Pages 185–398 Env ironmental S cience Processes & Impacts rsc.li/espi Themed issue: Environmental geochemistry & biology of hydraulic fracturing ISSN 2050-7887 EDITORIAL Desiree L. Plata, Robert B. Jackson, Avner Vengosh and Paula J. Mouser More than a decade of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling research Environmental Science Processes & Impacts EDITORIAL More than a decade of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling research Cite this: Environ. Sci.: Processes Impacts,2019, 21,193 a b c Desiree L. Plata, Robert B. Jackson, Avner Vengosh and Paula J. Mouser DOI: 10.1039/c9em90004g rsc.li/espi Unconventional natural gas and oil convened this themed issue as co-guest identication, to improved laboratory withdrawals in the United States (US) editors in order to showcase some of accounting of complex chemical mixtures increased dramatically starting in the those most recent advances on the envi- and their interferences, to high-throughput mid-2000s (Fig. 1), further enabled by the ronmental geochemistry and biology of nucleic acid sequencing, assembly, and onset of multi-well pads with horizontal hydraulic fracturing. availability of (meta)genomic datasets, and drilling in 2007. This expansion was met Oneofthe driversofrecent discoveries evaluation of large historic or geospatial with great scientic interest in the tech- in this area

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