Subject Areas on Research
- A critical review of the risks to water resources from unconventional shale gas development and hydraulic fracturing in the United States.
- Endocrine disrupting activities and geochemistry of water resources associated with unconventional oil and gas activity.
- Peak grain forecasts for the US High Plains amid withering waters.
- The impact of coal combustion residue effluent on water resources: a North Carolina example
Keywords of People
- Doyle, Martin, Professor in the Environmental Sciences and Policy Division, Nicholas Institute-Energy Initiative
- Hsu-Kim, Heileen, Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Jowers, Kay, Senior Policy Associate, Nicholas Institute-Energy Initiative
- Shapiro - Garza, Elizabeth, Associate Professor of the Practice of Environmental Policy and Management in the Division of Environmental Science and Policy, Duke Science & Society
- Vengosh, Avner, Nicholas Distinguished Professor of Environmental Quality, Nicholas Institute-Energy Initiative