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Table 1 List of citations for UOG air papers

From: Exploring the endocrine activity of air pollutants associated with unconventional oil and gas extraction

Author Title Sampling Location (Geologic Formation)
Brantley, HL. et al., 2015 [70] Assessment of volatile organic compound and hazardous air pollutant emissions from oil and natural gas well pads using mobile remote and on-site direct measurements Denver-Julesburg
Colborn, T. et al., 2014 [1] An exploratory study of air quality near natural gas operations Piceance
Eapi, GR. et al., 2014 [71] Mobile measurement of methane and hydrogen sulfide at natural gas production site fence lines in the Texas Barnett Shale Barnett
Eisele, AP. et al., 2016 [72] Volatile organic compounds at two oil and natural gas production well pads in Colorado and Texas using passive samplers Barnett; Denver-Julesburg
Esswein, EJ. et al., 2014 [73] Evaluation of some potential chemical exposure risks during flowback operations in unconventional oil and gas extraction: Preliminary results Denver-Julesburg; Green River; Piceance
Field, RA. et al., 2015 [20] Influence of oil and gas field operations on spatial and temporal distributions of atmospheric non-methane hydrocarbons and their effect on ozone formation in winter Green River
Field, RA. et al., 2015 [74] Distributions of air pollutants associated with oil and natural gas development measured in the Upper Green River Basin of Wyoming Green River
Gilman, JB. et al., 2013 [2] Source signature of volatile organic compounds from oil and natural gas operations in northeastern Colorado Denver-Julesburg
Goetz, JD. et al., 2015 [75] Atmospheric emission characterization of Marcellus Shale natural gas development sites Marcellus
Helmig, D. et al., 2014 [3] Highly elevated atmospheric levels of volatile organic compounds in the Uintah Basin, Utah Uintah
Katzenstein, AS. et al., 2003 [76] Extensive regional atmospheric hydrocarbon pollution in the southwestern United States Not reported
Koss, AR. et al., 2015 [77] Photochemical aging of volatile organic compounds associated with oil and natural gas extraction in the Uintah Basin, UT, during a wintertime ozone formation event Uintah
Lan, X. et al., 2015 [78] Atmospheric Mercury in the Barnett Shale Area, Texas: Implications for emissions from oil and gas processing Barnett
Lee, L. et al., 2015 [79] Particulate organic nitrates observed in an oil and natural gas production region during wintertime Uintah
Li, C. et al., 2016 [80] Satellite observation of pollutant emissions from gas flaring activities near the Arctic Bakken
Li, R. et al., 2014 [81] Measurements of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) using PTR-MS: Calibration, humidity dependence, inter-comparison and results from field studies in an oil and gas production region Uintah
Lyman, S. and Tran, T., 2015 [82] Inversion structure and winter ozone distribution in the Uintah Basin, Utah, USA Uintah
Macey, GP. et al., 2014 [4] Air concentrations of volatile compounds near oil and gas production: a community-based exploratory study Denver-Julesburg; Fayetteville; Green River; Marcellus; Powder River; Utica
McKenzie, LM. et al., 2012 [31] Human health risk assessment of air emissions from development of unconventional natural gas resources Piceance
Olaguer, EP. et al., 2015 [83] Updated methods for assessing the impacts of nearby gas drilling and production on neighborhood air quality and human health Eagle Ford
Oltmans, S. et al., 2014 [84] Anatomy of wintertime ozone associated with oil and natural gas extraction activity in Wyoming and Utah Green River; Uintah
Omara, M. et al., 2016 [85] Methane emissions from conventional and unconventional natural gas production sites in the Marcellus Shale basin Marcellus
Paulik, LB. et al., 2016 [59] Emissions of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from natural gas extraction into air Utica
Peischl, J. et al., 2015 [86] Quantifying atmospheric methane emissions from oil and natural gas production in the Bakken Shale region of North Dakota Fayetteville; Haynesville; Marcellus
Pekney, NJ. et al., 2014 [87] Measurement of atmospheric pollutants associated with oil and natural gas exploration and production activity in Pennsylvania's Allegheny National Forest Marcellus
Petron, G. et al., 2012 [88] Hydrocarbon emissions characterization in the Colorado Front Range: A pilot study Denver-Julesburg
Petron, G. et al., 2014 [89] A new look at methane and nonmethane hydrocarbon emissions from oil and natural gas operations in the Colorado Denver-Julesburg Basin Denver-Julesburg
Prenni, AJ. et al., 2016 [90] Oil and gas impacts on air quality in federal lands in the Bakken region: An overview of the Bakken Air Quality Study and first results Bakken
Rappengluck, B. et al., 2014 [5] Strong wintertime ozone events in the Upper Green River basin, Wyoming Green River
Rich, A. et al., 2014 [16] An exploratory study of air emissions associated with shale gas development and production in the Barnett Shale Barnett
Rich, AL. and Orimoloye, HT., 2016 [91] Elevated atmospheric levels of benzene and benzene-related compounds from unconventional shale extraction and processing: Human health concern for residential communities Barnett
Roscioli, JR. et al., 2015 [15] Measurements of methane emissions from natural gas gathering facilities and processing plants: Measurement methods Not reported
Rutter, AP. et al., 2015 [92] Sources of air pollution in a region of oil and gas exploration downwind of a large city Barnett
Schnell, RC. et al., 2009 [93] Rapid photochemical production of ozone at high concentrations in a rural site during winter Green River
Schwarz, JP. et al., 2015 [94] Black carbon emissions from the Bakken oil and gas development region Bakken
Smith, ML. et al., 2015 [95] Airborne ethane observations in the Barnett Shale: Quantification of ethane flux and attribution of methane emissions Barnett
Swarthout, RF. et al., 2013 [96] Volatile organic compound distributions during the NACHTT campaign at the Boulder Atmospheric Observatory: Influence of urban and natural gas sources Denver-Julesburg
Swarthout, RF. et al., 2015 [97] Impact of Marcellus Shale natural gas development in southwest Pennsylvania on volatile organic compound emissions and regional air quality Marcellus
Thompson, CR. et al., 2014 [98] Influence of oil and gas emissions on ambient atmospheric non-methane hydrocarbons in residential areas of Northeastern Colorado Denver-Julesburg
Townsend-Small, A. et al., 2015 [99] Integrating source apportionment tracers into a bottom-up inventory of methane emissions in the Barnett Shale hydraulic fracturing region Barnett
Vinciguerra, T. et al., 2015 [100] Regional air quality impacts of hydraulic fracturing and shale natural gas activity: Evidence from ambient VOC observations Marcellus
Warneke, C. et al., 2014 [6] Volatile organic compound emissions from the oil and natural gas industry in the Uintah Basin, Utah: Oil and gas well pad emissions compared to ambient air composition Uintah
Warneke, C. et al., 2015 [101] PTR-QMS versus PTR-TOF comparison in a region with oil and natural gas extraction industry in the Uintah Basin in 2013 Uintah
Weyant, CL. et al., 2016 [102] Black carbon emissions from associated natural gas flaring Bakken
Yacovitch, TI. et al., 2015 [103] Mobile laboratory observations of methane emissions in the Barnett Shale region Barnett
Yuan, B. et al., 2015 [104] Airborne flux measurements of methane and volatile organic compounds over the Haynesville and Marcellus Shale gas production regions Haynesville; Marcellus
Zavala-Araiza, D. et al., 2014 [105] Atmospheric hydrocarbon emissions and concentrations in the Barnett Shale natural gas production region Barnett
Zielinska, B. et al., 2014 [7] Impact of emissions from natural gas production facilities on ambient air quality in the Barnett Shale area: A pilot study Barnett