Does anyone see any value in aerial photography of these well sites? Photographs would need to be taken pre-development, during, and post-development to document conditions in case any problems would develop such as spills, erosion, reclamation issues, etc.
I think this would be great. There are already plenty of "before" photos to go on, just need the "during" and "after". There is plenty of "during" aerial photography going on, but as far as public access to these photos - well, I'm not sure how to go about getting them. They're most likely being taken by the industry, but I'd bet that DCNR is doing their own photos as well. I've seen a few of them here and there, but I don't know the source!
Check out our Photos, Tony Dorsch our Architect also flies for Clients. As part of our understanding of our clients and other sites he takes shots. He also can document a site for you. http://ppc-site.com under frac see ART page for shots of during and after.
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