Just in case you missed it this morning:
Worries Over Water As Natural Gas Fracking Expands
by CHRISTOPHER JOYCE
It covers the testing done by Duke University. The isotopes of the gas in the water match deep formation gas not the shallow gas that sometimes happens naturally.
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This isotope identification is the same thing the EPA did in the Range Resources water contamination case in Parker County.