FRACKING--Want to Learn More? Check Out These Sites!
This would be good to link on the Indivisible Web page, related to the Fracking session tonight (where it was discussed): Tricky to find without a focused search.
The challenge for those reading that study, and related materials, is to figure out the ways in which it discusses issues pertinent to most cases of fracking (inter)nationally, or is region-specific, and misleading if cross-applied to regions with different geology or surface conditions.
Plus, given Trump policy, to what extent scientists were or were not allowed to be honest, noting that's the conclusion of a 2+ year project.
Regional Crater Resources
"Chesapeake Invader: Discovering America's Giant Meteorite Crater" by C. Wylie Poag
https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-3-642-18900-5 (slightly more technical)
Regional Historic Topology Issues
This new publication is a free download that summarizes many water and historic topology issues, plus is focused on precisely our area of concern:
Hydrogeologic framework and hydrologic conditions of the Piney Point aquifer in Virginia
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Poag's contact info is below:
He or associates he likely knows could be excellent consultants or expert witnesses in many related issues.
Back 10-15 years ago I know I found and downloaded the borehole data when it was just released, but I'm not spotting that now. The state of those books and reports has improved a lot since then.