Visualizing Pipeline Impacts

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Visualizing Pipeline Impacts employs a variety of media and strategies – remote sensing, spatial analysis, drone imagery, infographics and visual arguments – to explain shale gas systems and risks to the public. Collaboration with Stephen Metts, New School GPIA faculty.

The United States has seen an unprecedented rollout of shale gas infrastructure throughout the past decade. As late as 2005, this shale gas was not a significant feature in the Northeast Region. Only ten years later, hundreds of local communities and thousands of acres of heavily forested, endangered ecosystems are increasingly threatened.


Read our article for The New School Collaboratory:
“Why Visualizing Pipeline Impacts”

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