Data Dump: Spills Happen
Visualizing three years of spills, leaks, releases, and other incidents in an energy sacrifice zone
The San Juan Basin, a 10,000-square-mile geological bowl in northwestern New Mexico and southwestern Colorado, is a place of sparse and expansive beauty, where sky and land, thousands of years of culture and geology all mingle. It is also a hydrocarbon hot spot, a place that has been altered indelibly by 100 years of oil and gas development. It is one o…
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