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1. North Dakota Industrial Commission, Department of Mineral Resources, Oil and Gas Division. [Online] [Cited: Februrary 12, 2011.]
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7. Serhienko, Connie. Forensic Administrator; ND Medical Examiner's Office. March 23, 2011.
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11. Bjorke, Christopher. What North Dakota's oil patch needs gets a look. [Online] July 4, 2010. [Cited: April 23, 2011.]
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20. Inupiat health and proposed Alaskan oil development: Results of the first integrated health impact assessment/environmental impact statement for proposed oil development on Alaska's north slope. Wernham, A. 2007, EcoHealth, pp. 500-513.
21. Framing perceptions of oil development and social disruption. Forsyth, C. J., A. D. Luthra, et al. 2, 2007, Social Science Journal , Vol. 44, pp. 287-299.
22. Economic fluctuation and crime: A time-series analysis of the effects of oil development in the coastal regions of Louisiana. Luthra, A. D., W. B. Bankston, et al. 2, 2007, Deviant Behavior , Vol. 28, pp. 113-130.
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