Bibliography

[Gas Infrastructure ]—————————–

Blast Zone: Natural Gas and the Atlantic Coast Pipeline
(Rachel Carson Council, 2017)

United States of Oil & Gas
(Washington Post, 2/14/2017)

Explosions, Leaks & Fails
(Politico, 4/17/2015)

Pipelines Blow Up and People Die
(Politico, 4/21/2016)

[New York State ]—————————–

You Are Here – NYS pipelines & stories
(Sane Energy Project)

State of Fracking in NY
(Catskill Mountainkeeper, 2015)

NYS Energy Map
(U.S. Energy Information Administration, 7/20/2017)

New York State’s Fraught Energy Future
(Metts, Stephen; Milano, The New School, 1/19/2017)

Disclosure of Environmental Justice Issues at CPV
((Metts, Stephen; Milano, The New School, 2/08
/2017)

[Citizen Science ]—————————–

A Manual for Citizen Scientists
(Harvard University Emmett Clinic, 2017)

[Methane ]—————————–

Methane Emissions and Climate Warming Risk from Hydraulic Fracturing and Shale Gas Development
(Howarth, Robert; Cornell University, Dovepress 2015)

[Health Impacts ]—————————–

Natural Gas Compressor Stations Addressing Community Concerns, Assessing Emissions and Health Impacts
(SW PA Environmental Health Project, 2016)

Minisink Monitoring Results, Summary
(SW PA Environmental Health Project, 2015)

‘The Harms of Fracking’: New Report Details Increased Risks of Asthma, Birth Defects and Cancer
(Concerned Health Professionals of New York and  Physicians for Social Responsibility, March 2018)

Study Finds Hormone-Disrupting Chemicals Near Fracking Wells
( West Virginia Public Broadcasting, March 2018)

[Air Impacts ]—————————–

How has air quality been affected by the US fracking boom?
(Chicago Tribune; 10/31/2017)

Home Sick From Toxic Emissions
(Utne Reader, Winter 2015)

Compressors Release Plumes Of Gas
(Damascus Citizens for Sustainability, 3/11/2017)

Atmospheric Mercury in the Barnett Shale Area, Texas: Implications for Emissions from Oil and Gas Processing
(Environ Sci Technology, 2015)

[Water Impacts ]—————————–

EPA Concludes Fracking A Risk to U.S. Water Supplies
(ProPuplica, 12/16/2016)

[About VPI ]—————————–

Visualizing Pipeline Impacts is a volunteer effort to visualize the impacts from the current buildout of gas infrastructure in NYS, document strategies for community-based tools and methods for active intervening on the local, state and federal levels.

We believe that all of our work must be grounded in empirical, scientific data, which is why all of our infographics include sourced information. If you have a question about any of our projects, media or sources, please email us.

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