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  • ... to assess, monitor, and control fracking in the Golden State. What is of considerable concern to Bloom and his ... recharge, the amount of surface water that percolates back to the underground aquifer supplying the region." ...
  • ... Angeles, wells in the Inglewood field are being brought back into production through this technology, but at what cost to nearby ... limits). Add to these terrestrial sites, the shocking news that for the past fifteen years oil companies have been fracking ...
  • ... Change and director of Duke's Center on Global Change . " When we compared the dissolved gas chemistry in well water to methane from ... legislators to control hydraulic fracturing in the Golden State would have little effect. While it is true that the Bureau of ...
  • ... enacts new regulation of fracking in the state of California , has come under fire from environmental groups. Its author, State ... Kern County is one of the places where SB 4 will be especially relevant | Photo:  calwest /Flickr/ Creative Commons ...
  • ... wells at the Adams site. BAM, watch out, Freeport. Never back a mother into a corner. " When you look at the map in Los ... a fracking moratorium in place . This is good news for all Angelenos, because this is one case where polluters have been ...
  • ... breaking up the rock or keep the broken rock from sealing back up again. The threshold levels SB 4 allows DOGGR to set, as we ... difference to those who use the neighboring groundwater. When you've got stuff other than water coming out of your tap, it might not ...
  • ... the state legislature made official its status as The Golden State's flower that I had finally been successful at growing them en ... Some savvy gardeners have employed methods such as cutting back leaves and re-watering, which is intended to yield further growth and ...
  • ... | Photo: REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage Benzene is back -- and scarily so. Drawing on analyses that the Center for ... hard for legislation to stop hydraulic fracturing in the Golden State because they were deeply concerned about its impact on ...
  • ... Hills Park will result in green space larger than Golden Gate Park in San Francisco or Central Park in New York City. ... is oil versus park. The oil drillers have rights going back to the 1920s and they are not about to be displaced. Going forward with ...
  • ... of the Pavley bill gives Freeport McMoRan a virtual green light to frack in the Inglewood Oil Field, which raises particular concerns for residents about water safety. Golden State Water Company promises that they regularly test Culver City ...

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