Photo citation: Ted Auch, FracTracker Alliance, 2017.
Each photo label provides this information, explained below:
Photo labels provide information about what the image shows and where it was made. The label may describe the type of infrastructure pictured, the environment the photo captures, or the type of operations pictured. For many images, labels also provide site-specific information, including operators and facility names, if it is known by the photographer.
All photo labels include location information, at the state and county levels, and at township/village levels if it is helpful. Please make use of the geolocation data we provide - especially helpful if you want to see other imagery made nearby!
We encourage you to reach out to us about any imagery you wish to make use of, so that we can assist you in finding the best snapshots for your purposes, and so we can further explain these specific details to help you understand the imagery and fully describe it for your own purposes.
Please reach out to us at email@example.com if you need more information about any of our images.
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