My colleague Larry Becker sent this list to me. He told me it came about during informal networking by the Political Ecology specialty group of the Association of American Geographers (AAG).
It is not an exhaustive list (just 35 entries plus 5 links) by any stretch of the imagination and it leans towards the social sciences. I would have called it a 'list of references' and not a 'bibliography'. Still, it's worth sharing.
Here are the links from the bibliography:
Carnegie Mellon (the photo is from this list)
Fracking in Spain (in Spanish, but with a number of English publications)
Eight Technical Reports on Hydraulic Fracturing in Michigan by the University of Michigan (search on 'hydraulic fracturing' - September 2013)
Additional resources are available at the USEPA site and at the USGS site (try this USGS page thanks to Cian Dawson). These sites may not be entirely functional due to the current US partial government shutdown.
The U.S. Department of Energy and its national labs (Sandia, Argonne, etc.) might be worth trying.
If you know of other hydraulic fracturing bibliographies or references, please list them in the comments. Thanks.
What can I say? Enjoy!
“You’re not damaging anything. Nobody gives any evidence you’re damaging anything.” - T. Boone Pickens, interviewed about fracking, 6 May 2013