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Technical Reports August 21, 2019

Human Health and Oil and Gas Development in the City of Los Angeles

Seth B.C. Shonkoff, PhD, MPH, Lee Ann Hill, MPH, Jeremy Domen, MS

Technical Reports July 3, 2019

Evaluation of the Draft EPA Report “Study of Oil and Gas Extraction Wastewater Management Under the Clean Water Act May 2019”

Dominic DiGiulio, PhD, Lee Ann Hill, MPH, Seth B.C. Shonkoff, PhD, MPH

Peer-Reviewed Publications April 22, 2019

Temporal and spatial trends of conventional and unconventional oil and gas waste management in Pennsylvania, 1991 – 2017

Lee Ann Hill, MPH, Eliza Czolowski, MPS, Dominic DiGiulio, PhD, Seth B.C. Shonkoff, PhD, MPH

Peer-Reviewed Publications May 14, 2018

The Impact of Oil Sands on the Environment and Health

Madelon Finkel

Peer-Reviewed Publications March 5, 2018

The Need to Protect Fresh and Brackish Groundwater Resources During Unconventional Oil and Gas Development

Dominic DiGiulio, PhD, Seth B.C. Shonkoff, PhD, MPH, Robert Jackson, PhD

Technical Reports February 27, 2018

The Greenhouse Gas Impacts of Proposed Natural-Gas Pipeline Build-Out in New York

Elena Krieger, PhD, Eliza Czolowski, MPS

Technical Reports January 18, 2018

Long-Term Viability of Underground Natural Gas Storage in California: An Independent Review of Scientific and Technical Information

Seth B.C. Shonkoff, PhD, MPH, Lee Ann Hill, MPH, Eliza Czolowski, MPS

Research Briefs October 18, 2017

Wind Energy in New York State

Elena Krieger, PhD

Technical Reports October 3, 2017

A Clean Energy Pathway for New Jersey

Elena Krieger, PhD, Arjun Makhijani, PhD, Boris Lukanov, PhD, MV Ramana, PhD

Peer-Reviewed Publications August 23, 2017

Toward Consistent Methodology to Quantify Populations in Proximity to Oil and Gas Development

Eliza Czolowski, MPS, Renee Santoro, Tanja Srebotnjak, PhD, Seth B.C. Shonkoff, PhD, MPH

Research Briefs April 25, 2017

Natural Gas Power Plants in California’s Disadvantaged Communities

California's power plants are disproportionately located near communities with high cumulative socioeconomic and environmental burdens. By applying the environmental justice screening tool CalEnviroScreen 3.0, we find that half of California's natural gas power plants are located in communities.

Elena Krieger, PhD