FAQs - Earthquakes Induced by Fluid Injection - USGS (January 2012)
"Unconventional Natural Gas Development from Shale Formations" - A study of the technical challenges, environmental risks, and social and economic impacts and opportunities. (Cornell Class lectures, Spring, 2011)
Geology of the Marcellus Shale: A Paleontological Perspective on a Modern Resource - a series of papers by the Paleontological Research Institution, Museum of the Earth, Ithaca, NY.
Gases in the Subsurface and the Marcellus (pdf) - presentation for the Seminar Series: Issues Confronting Unconventional Shale Gas Development, (3/8/11) Presenter: L.M. Cathles, Professor, Dept. of Earth & Atmospherice Sciences, Cornell University.
Marcellus Shale: Why the Geology Matters - a webinar presented by Robert Ross and Trisha Smrecak of the Paleontological Research Institute (July 21, 2010). The slides are also available to be viewed as a pdf.
Geology of the Marcellus Shale: A Paleontological Perspective on a Modern Resource - Museum of the Earth, Paleontological Research Institution
Dallas-Fort Worth earthquakes coincident with activity associated with natural gas production. Authors: Cliff Frohlich & Eric Potter, University of Texas, Austin and Chris Hayward & Brian Stump, Southern Methodist University. Society of Exploration Geophysicists journal (March 10, 2010).
Marcellus Shale - Appalachian Basin Natural Gas Play - Geology.com
Utica and Marcellus Shale Potential in New York State (pdf) - Presentation by: Taury Smith and Jim Leone. New York State Museum.