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“We found no relationship between CH4 (natural gas methane) concentration or source in groundwater and proximity to active gas well sites. No significant changes in CH4 concentration, CH4 isotopic composition, pH, or conductivity in water wells were observed during the study period.”

While these findings were initially released over two years ago, the study is being published in the upcoming June 2018 edition of the peer-reviewed international journal, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. According to the journal’s website, the publication is devoted to progress in the use of monitoring data in assessing environmental risks to man and the environment. 
To access the article, click the attachment.

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