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Methane concentrations in groundwater and springs

"There’s a big hole in the middle of Pennsylvania," says Brantely, "because there hasn’t been a study released with locations." She says it's possible to make private water well data "fuzzy" so researchers can still use it (and map it) while preserving anonymity for homeowners.

Methane concentrations in groundwater and springs in New York, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

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