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Nearly 500 People Attend Marcellus Shale Summit At Lycoming College

Nearly 500 people flocked to Lycoming College on January 29 to attend “The Science of Marcellus Shale.” 
            The summit focused on the academic research currently under way on the area’s natural gas exploration and the environment implications of developing the Marcellus Shale formation. The summit discussion topics included geology and drilling, geo-chemistry, water withdrawal and water treatment.
            The summit was organized by Dr. Mel Zimmerman, professor of biology and director of Lycoming’s Clean Water InstituteSusquehanna River Heartland Coalition for Environmental Studies, Northcentral Pennsylvania Conservancy and the Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds.
            NewsClips:  Summit Kick-Off Draws Surprising Crowds
                               Summit: Huge Resource Needs Mindful Growth
                               Scientists Search For The Best Water Treatment


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