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RESIDENTS' PERCEPTIONS OF COMMUNITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS FROM DEVELOPMENT OF NATURAL GAS IN THE MARCELLUS SHALE: A COMPARISON OF PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW YORK CASES *

@inproceedings{Brasier2011RESIDENTSPO,
  title={RESIDENTS' PERCEPTIONS OF COMMUNITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS FROM DEVELOPMENT OF NATURAL GAS IN THE MARCELLUS SHALE: A COMPARISON OF PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW YORK CASES *},
  author={K. Brasier and Matthew R. Filteau and D. Mclaughlin and Jeffrey Jacquet and R. Stedman and T. Kelsey and S. Goetz},
  year={2011}
}
  • K. Brasier, Matthew R. Filteau, +4 authors S. Goetz
  • Published 2011
  • Geography
  • Communities experiencing rapid growth due to energy development (‘boomtowns’) have reported positive and negative impacts on community and individual well-being. The perceptions of impacts vary according to stage of energy development as well as experience with extractive industries. Development of the Marcellus Shale provides an opportunity to examine these impacts over time and across geographic and historical contexts. This paper describes case study research in Pennsylvania and New York to… CONTINUE READING
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