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Environmental Law Online Resource Center
Supported by a generous small grant from the Institute for the Social Sciences.

This resource page is the beginning of a larger project on behalf of the Environmental Law Society, the Cornell Water Law Clinic, and the Cornell Land Use Clinic.  We plan to compile useful, well-supported research representing myriad legal perspectives on current and emerging environmental and energy issues.  

If you have research about shale gas development that you believe is relevant for publication on this site, please contact James Hicks (jbh253@cornell.edu), Online Resource Manager.  Material must be supported by citations.

Shale Gas Development

Research

Gas Drilling Guide

The Pivotal Role of SEQRA in Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Development
by Alexis Saba

New York Gas Pipelines
by Bill Garthwaite & Katerina Barquet

Gas Drilling - Impact on Roads
by Michelle Mitchell

Hydraulic Fracturing and Subsurface Trespass
by Colleen Lamarre

Watershed Management

Research

Stormwater Management in the Rural New York Headwater Areas of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed
by Keith Porter & Yen P. Hoang
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