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14 Fracking for energy and its role for groundwater and soils

Chair: Johannes Barth; Schwartz, Frank; Elsner, Martin

Friday, 15:00-16:00,

Fracking offers new opportunities to increase exploitation of subsurface hydrocarbons. First applications or their considerations have caused intense public and scientific debates about potential adverse effects on local and regional groundwater and soil systems. This session is open for presentation of case studies, evaluation scenarios and models as well as the presentation of interest groups to evaluate consequences of fracking for groundwater and soil systems.

 

Homepages of session leaders:

F. Schwartz, J. Barth, M. Elsner

 Friday:
30.05.2014
15:00O 14.1: Johann-Gerhard Fritsche et al.: Shale Gas Exploration Licenses: Geological and Hydrogeological Situation in the State Hessen, Germany
15:20O 14.2: Martin Sauter et al.: Development of Shale Gas by Hydraulic Fracturing - Risk Assessment for Surface and Groundwater
15:40O 14.3: Frank-Andreas Weber et al.: Water-Related Risks of Exploration and Exploitation of Unconventional Natural Gas Deposits in the River Ruhr Watershed
16:00

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