© 2019 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. We studied transboundary groundwater management problems in the presence of hydraulic fracturing. We found that the presence of risk suggests there should be caution when considering hydraulic fracturing. Our results from the cooperative solution show a decrease in hydraulic fracturing and increase in the steady state survival rate of groundwater. We also provide a Pigouvian type tax that could be imposed on natural gas developers.
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Natural Resource Modeling
Poudel, B., & Paudel, K. (2019). Transboundary extraction of groundwater in the presence of hydraulic fracturing. Natural Resource Modeling https://doi.org/10.1111/nrm.12217