Fracking wells dot the rural landscapes and rolling hillsides of eastern Ohio, and the oil and gas industry has big plans for the state's Utica and Marcellus Shale plays. As construction workers stream in from out of state and trucks traverse formerly quiet country roads, scientists from the University of Cincinnati and Oregon State University are working to answer residents' questions about the environmental impacts of fracking on human health. This video tells the story of air-quality monitors designed in Oregon, used in the Gulf of Mexico after the BP Oil spill, put to use in Carroll County Ohio.

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