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Category Archives: fracking wastewater

Structural and Hydrogeological Controls on Hydrocarbon and Brine Migration into Drinking Water Aquifers in Southern New York.

Kreuzer, RL, Darrah, TH, Grove, BS, Moore, MT, Warner, NR, Eymold, WK, Whyte, CJ, Mitra, G, Jackson, RB, Vengosh, A, and Poreda, RJ. “Structural and Hydrogeological Controls on Hydrocarbon and Brine Migration into Drinking Water Aquifers in Southern New York.” Ground water 56, no. 2 (March 2018): 225-244.

Naturally Occurring versus Anthropogenic Sources of Elevated Molybdenum in Groundwater: Evidence for Geogenic Contamination from Southeast Wisconsin, United States

Harkness, JS, Darrah, TH, Moore, MT, Whyte, CJ, Mathewson, PD, Cook, T, and Vengosh, A. “Naturally Occurring versus Anthropogenic Sources of Elevated Molybdenum in Groundwater: Evidence for Geogenic Contamination from Southeast Wisconsin, United States.” ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 51, no. 21 (November 7, 2017): 12190-12199.