Meeting Three—Santa Fe, NM
Mark Fesmire, New Mexico Oil Conservation Commission, History and overview of coal bed methane production and CBM produced water in New Mexico
David Mankiewicz, Bureau of Land Management, Farmington, Coalbed methane produced water in the San Juan Basin, New Mexico
Carol Frost, University of Wyoming, Assessing the impact of CBM produced water on shallow aquifers and surface water: An environmental isotope approach
James Keener, Red Willow Production Company, Red Willow Production Company’s management of produced water from CBM, “On Reservation”
David Brown, BP America, Oil and gas exploration and production perspective: Management of produced water in the San Juan Basin of Colorado
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Management and Effects of Coalbed Methane Produced Water in the Western United States . Washington, DC: The National Academies Press,
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