Hydraulic Fracturing in the State of Michigan - Public Health Technical Report
Public Health and Hydraulic Fracturing in Michigan
GRAHAM SUSTAINABILITY INSTITUTE INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT REPORT SERIES VOLUME II, REPORT 5
This document is one of the seven technical reports completed for the Hydraulic Fracturing in Michigan Integrated Assessment conducted by the University of Michigan. During the initial phase of the project, seven faculty-led and student-staffed teams focused on the following topics: Technology, Geology/Hydrogeology, Environment/Ecology, Human Health, Policy/Law, Economics, and Public Perceptions. These reports were prepared to provide a solid foundation of information on the topic for decision makers and stakeholders and to help inform the Integrated Assessment, which will focus on the analysis of policy options. The reports were informed by comments from (but do not necessarily reflect the views of) the Integrated Assessment Steering Committee, expert peer reviewers, and numerous public comments. Upon completion of the peer review process, final decisions regarding the content of the reports were determined by the faculty authors in consultation with the peer review editor. These reports should not be characterized or cited as final products of the Integrated Assessment.
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