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Rediscovering AnimalsĀ 

Oil Production Wastes

"The Oil Patch Project" is a mystery set at the collision of the ranching, petroleum, and environmental cultures of New Mexico. Authored by Don Cary, the story is based on real-life adventures in the lonely battlefield of oil and gas regulation.

The regulation battlefield is lonely because few people are willing to bring factual arguments to counter the obfuscations by which industry seeks a carte blanche to contaminate the landscape for the sake of more fossil fuel.
See the book's concept and excerpts by clicking on the title "The Oil Patch Project" in the left column.

I am the Cary in the pseudonym Don Cary.
Don is a physicist retired from Los Alamos National Laboratory. He has worked on weapons, foreign intelligence, solar energy, and contaminant transport in soils. He publishes technical papers, enjoys public speaking, and for thirty-seven years has served as a rational advocate for environmental regulation in New Mexico.

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