Ground gas monitoring: implications for hydraulic fracturing and CO2 storage.

@article{Teasdale2014GroundGM,
  title={Ground gas monitoring: implications for hydraulic fracturing and CO2 storage.},
  author={Christopher J Teasdale and Jean A Hall and J. P. Martin and David A. C. Manning},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2014},
  volume={48 23},
  pages={13610-6}
}
Understanding the exchange of carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4) between the geosphere and atmosphere is essential for the management of anthropogenic emissions. Human activities such as carbon capture and storage and hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") affect the natural system and pose risks to future global warming and to human health and safety if not… CONTINUE READING