Study Air pollution from Fracking linked to Deaths in Pennsylvania  Binghamton News

A summary of the full study..

“Approximately 20 people in Pennsylvania lost their lives during a seven-year period because of particulate matter pollution emitted by shale gas wells, according to a recent study.

The researchers —including lead author Ruohao Zhang, a Binghamton University graduate student who specializes in environmental economics
(https://binghamton.edu/economics/), and Professor of Economics Neha Khanna (https://www.binghamton.edu/economics/faculty/prole.html?id=nkhanna) — used NASA satellite data to pinpoint daily levels of particulate matter pollution from hydraulically fractured gas wells throughout Pennsylvania, the largest producer of shale gas in the United States.”