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A research paper written by doctoral student Daniel Rozell and professor Dr. Sheldon Reaven, published in the August 2012 issue of the journal Risk Analysis. The paper creates mathematical risk models for five possible ways fresh water may become contaminated by fracking fluids during the process of drilling for natural gas. The authors conclude the most likely way it might happen is through the disposal of fracking wastewater.
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