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No oilfield traffic sign next to groundwater well with oil well pumpjack and cotton field in background Kern County, located over the Monterey Shale, has seen a dramatic increase in oil drilling and hydraulic fracking in recent years. San Joachin Valley, California, USA

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No oilfield traffic sign next to groundwater well with oil well pumpjack and cotton field in background Kern County, located over the Monterey Shale, has seen a dramatic increase in oil drilling and hydraulic fracking in recent years. San Joachin Valley, California, USA

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From gallery: Gallery - Pollution - Emissions
Source: Citizen of the Planet
Date 1 Nov 2014
Location: California United States
Credit: Peter Bennett/Citizen of the Planet
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