1. GTI (Gas Technology Institute), North American coal-bed methane resource map: Gas Technology Institute, GTI01/0165, 1 sheet, 2001.
  2. Ruckelshaus Institute of Environment and Natural Resources, Water production from coalbed methane development in Wyoming: A summary of quantity, quality, and management options, 2005.
  3. A.K. Finley and J.E. Goolsby, Estimates of coal volumes and coalbed methane in Place, Wyoming: Wyoming State Geological Survey, Wyoming Geo-notes, 68 (2000) 16–18.
  4. C.A. Rice, M.S. Ellis and J.H. Bullock, Jr., Water produced with coalbed methane in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming: preliminary compositional data, USGS Open File-Report 00-372, 2000.
  5. I.H. McBeth, K.J. Reddy and Q.D. Skinner, Chemistry of trace elements in coalbed methane product water. Water Res., 37 (2003) 884–890.
  6. I.H. McBeth, K.J. Reddy and Q.D. Skinner, Water chemistry of coalbed methane product water in three Wyoming watersheds. J. Amer. Water Res. Assoc., 39 (2003) 575–585.
  7. M.J. Patz, K.J. Reddy and Q.D. Skinner, Chemistry of coalbed methane discharge water interacting with semi-arid ephemeral stream channels. J. Amer. Water Res. Assoc., 40 (2004) 1247–1255.
  8. M.J. Patz, K.J. Reddy and Q.D. Skinner, Trace elements in coalbed methane discharge water interacting with semi-arid ephemeral stream channels. Water, Air, Soil Poll., 17 (2006) 55–67.
  9. G.J. Levy, Sodicity, in: M.E. Summer, ed., Handbook of Soil Science, CRC Press, New York, 2000, pp. G-27–G-63.
  10. WYPDES (Wyoming Pollutant Discharge Elimination System). PNs_and_appr_permits/Pas/issued_permits.asp, 2006. Last visited: October 10, 2006.
  11. R.P. Allison, Surface and wastewater desalination by electrodialysis reversal. GE Water and Process Technologies, General Electric Corporation, 2005.
  12. J.J. Schoeman and M.A. Thompson, Electrodialysis, in: Water Treatment Membrane Processes, J. Mallevialle, P.E. Odendaal and M.R. Wiesner, eds., AWWA, AWWA Research Foundation, Lyonnaise des Eaux, and Water Research Commission of South Africa, 1996, Chap. 12.
  13. J. Hays, Iowa’s first electrodialysis reversal water treatment plant. Desalination, 132 (2000) 161–165.
  14. Leitner and Associates, Inc., Survey of US costs and water rates for desalination and membrane softening plants, US Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation, Water Treatment Technology Program Report No. 24, 1997.
  15. M. Turek, P. Dydo, and J. Was’, Electrodialysis reversal in high CaSO4 supersaturation mode. Desalination, 198 (2006) 288–294.
  16. A.W. Lawrence, J.A. Miller and R.F. Hickey, Evaluation of results from Lysite Wyoming produced water treatment system field experiment (November 13, 1995 January 25, 1996). Environment and Safety Business Unit, Gas Research Institute, GRI 97/0287, 1998.
  17. T. Grogan, Construction cost index history (1918–2006), Eng. News Record, 256(11) (2006) 43.
  18. ENR, Construction cost index. Eng. News Record, 258(4) (2007) 25.
  19. K. Urano, Present status of electrodialysis processes in Japan, Desalination, 20 (1977) 365–374.
  20. T.J. Larson and G. Leitner, Desalting seawater and brackish water: A cost update. Desalination, 30 (1979) 525–539.
  21. US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Technical Service Center, Water Treatment Engineering and Research Group, Desalting Handbook for Planners, 3rd ed., Desalination Research and Development Program Report No. 72, 2003.
  22. T.E. Werner and J.M. von Gottberg, Five billion gallons later— operating experience at City of Suffolk EDR, GE Water Process Technologies, TP1031EN 0601, 1998.
  23. E.R. Reahl, Half a century of desalination with electrodialysis. General Electric Company, Technical Paper, TP1038EN 0603, 2006.
  24. S. Urruty, Petro-Canada Resources (USA) Inc., Personal communication, 2007.
  25. J. Miers, Water Group Process Chemicals, Rohm and Haas, Philadelphia, PA, Personal communication, 2007.