by Andrew Follett,
An eight-year study by Colorado Parks & Wildlife researcher Dr. Chuck Anderson found that fracking did not impact the survival or reproduction rates of the local mule deer population, but could potentially have minor impacts on their behavior. The same study found that the industry had significantly reduced its impact on the deer in recent years.
Colorado has enormous experience with fracking and environmental studies. A bit more warming would be in order though. This may get serious, as scientists warn of cooling ahead. […]
I bet they wish they have a bit more warming in Colorado, things are starting to look grim and cold soon enough.