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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

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

Peer-Reviewed Publications April 19, 2017

Comparison of Chemical Use Between Hydraulic Fracturing and Routine Oil and Gas Development

Seth B.C. Shonkoff, PhD, MPH

Peer-Reviewed Publications December 9, 2016

Public Health Implications of Environmental Noise from Unconventional Oil and Gas Development

Jake Hays, MA, Seth B.C. Shonkoff, PhD, MPH

Peer-Reviewed Publications July 7, 2016

A Framework for Siting and Dispatch of Emerging Energy Resources to Realize Environmental Health Benefits

Elena Krieger, PhD, Joan A. Casey, PhD, Seth B.C. Shonkoff, PhD, MPH

Peer-Reviewed Publications April 20, 2016

Toward an Understanding of the Environmental and Public Health Impacts of Shale Gas Development: An Analysis of the Peer Reviewed Scientific Literature, 2009-2015

Report presents and reviews the available science on some of the most salient environmental and public health concerns associated with shale gas development as of the end of 2015.

Jake Hays, MA, Seth B.C. Shonkoff, PhD, MPH

Peer-Reviewed Publications April 15, 2015

Considerations for the Development of Shale Gas in the United Kingdom

Important lessons can be drawn from the UNGD experience in the United States. This article explores these considerations and argues that shale gas development policies in the UK and elsewhere should be informed by empirical evidence generated on environmental, public health, and social risks.

Jake Hays, MA, Seth B.C. Shonkoff, PhD, MPH

Peer-Reviewed Publications June 30, 2014

Assessment and Risk Analysis of Casing and Cement Impairment in Oil and Gas Wells in Pennsylvania, 2000-2012

Previous research has demonstrated that proximity to unconventional gas development is associated with elevated concentrations of methane in groundwater aquifers in Pennsylvania. To date, the mechanism of this migration is poorly understood. Our study, which looks at more than 41,000 conventional an

Anthony Ingraffea, PhD, PE, Renee Santoro, Seth B.C. Shonkoff, PhD, MPH

Peer-Reviewed Publications April 17, 2014

Public Health England’s Draft Report on Shale Gas Extraction

Jake Hays, MA, Seth B.C. Shonkoff, PhD, MPH