Pitfalls and opportunities in tracer technologies

Despite the undeniable geopolitical and economic benefits to fraccing, many are concerned about the environmental consequences, and oil and gas operators are instantly blamed for every case of contamination. In 2012, Nature published an article examining the debate on whether fraccing was the cau...

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