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A new study has found that natural gas drilling, or fracking, hasn't contaminated drinking water wells in Arkansas. Comment?
"Our results show no discernible impairment of groundwater quality in areas associated with natural gas drilling and hydraulic fracturing in this region," said Avner Vengosh, professor of geochemistry and water quality at Duke's Nicholas School of the Environment. Comment?
One of Alaska's most restless volcanoes shot an ash cloud 15,000 feet into the air Friday in an ongoing eruption that is visible for miles when the weather allows. Comment?
Those who believe in stripping government of all or most of its power and allowing free markets to chart our course will not like what I'm about to say. Comment?
Tiffany & Co. Goes Far-Left; Supports Boycott on Expanding U.S. Access to Critical Minerals Tiffany CEO is "Proud" of Company's 'Pre-Boycott' of Informally-Proposed Critical-Minerals Mine in Alaska New York, NY / Washington, D.C. - All gold doesn't glitter equally at Tiffany & Co. Comment?
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Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials are looking for leads regarding a whooping crane that was found shot to death by a high-power rifle in Red River Parish. Comment?
The Alaska Volcano Observatory said Thursday a continuous cloud of ash, steam and gas from Pavlof Volcano has been seen 20,000 feet above sea level. Comment?
People on both sides of the border felt an earthquake originating around the Quebec and Ontario borders, the Canadian government said. 1 comment
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a magnitude 4.4 earthquake occurred at 9:43 a.m., centered in Shawville, Ontario. Comment?
A new study by scientists at Duke University and the U.S. Geological Survey finds no evidence of groundwater contamination from shale gas production in Arkansas. Comment?
... by education and an artist by avocation. Simmons holds a Masters in Science in geology, worked for the US Geological Survey, and has published several scientific papers. Based on her background and expertise in geology, Simmons has a deep interest ... Comment?
Out of sight , natural gas slowly bubbled up into Norma Fiorentino's private water well near the town of Dimock in northeastern Pennsylvania-in the heart of the new fracking boom in the U.S. Then, on New Year's Day 2009, when a mechanical pump flicked on and provided the spark, Fiorentino's backyard exploded. Comment?
Farmington Fire Department's Tom Anderson, left, and Eric Hickerson attempt to control their raft on the Animas River rapids near the All Veterans Memorial Park on Thursday. Comment?
In this photo provided by the Alaskan Volcano Observatory, the Pavlof volcano erupts Thursday, May 16, 2013, as seen from the air from the southwest in Cold Bay, Alaska. Comment?
Hydraulic fracturing for natural gas hasn't contaminated drinking water wells in Arkansas, according to a new study, but researchers said the geology there may be more of a natural barrier to pollution than in other areas where shale gas drilling takes place. Comment?
The Alaska Volcano Observatory said Thursday a continuous cloud of ash, steam and gas from Pavlof volcano has been seen 20,000 feet above sea level. Comment?
Shale-gas production in Arkansas has not resulted in groundwater contamination, according to a study by researchers at Duke University and the U.S. Geological Survey. Comment?
The Alaska Volcano Observatory said Thursday a continuous cloud of ash, steam and gas from Pavlof Volcano has been seen 20,000 feet above sea level. 1 comment
... of deposits will be able to provide one-fifth of the current global annual consumption." Given that the US Geological Survey estimates world reserves of rare earths at 110 million tonnes, the amount found deep beneath the ocean seemed a ... Comment?