How do you know?
For many, it rests upon early detection – and prevention of environmental impact.
In 2010 the Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM) researched and tested a volunteer-based Marcellus Monitoring protocol for the early detection of flowback contamination in small Pennsylvania streams.
Attend the session that covers the steps in and the science behind the protocol as well as information on Marcellus Monitoring resources throughout the state.
WREN / ALLARM webinar
Wednesday, March 23
Noon – 1 PM
The webinar is sponsored by WREN and will be presented by Julie Vastine, the director of ALLARM at Dickinson College.
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