David Velinsky.

‘Nor do we know when there is a cumulative effect of drilling activity on the ecosystem services of a small watershed.’ Initial research by Academy scientists dealing with University of Pennsylvania graduate pupil Frank Anderson shows the environmental impact of drilling may be straight related to the amount of drilling in a particular area, referred to as the ‘density’ of drilling. ‘The question that should be addressed is whether there is a threshold stage past which a degree of drilling activity has an effect on the ecological health and services of the watershed-regardless of how cautiously drilling is executed,’ Velinsky said.Massachusetts Jeanne P. Ahern, RN, BSN, MHA, CCRN Nurse Supervisor, Cardiovascular ICU, Children’s Medical center Boston Maria E. Bentain-Melanson, RN, MSN, CCRN-CSC Nursing Clinical Educator for Cardiac Procedure ICU, Brigham and Women’s Medical center, Boston Patricia A. Lincoln, RN, MS, CNS-BC, CCRN Clinical Nurse Specialist, Cardiac ICU, Children’s Hospital Boston Michigan Kathleen M. Vollman, MSN, RN, CCNS, FCCM, FAAN Clinical Nurse Expert, Educator, Consultant President, Advancing Nursing LLC President, Sepsis Solutions International LLC Northville, Mich. Related StoriesBoston Kids's and Rock Health team up to accelerate advancement of pediatric health technologiesACC's open public reporting plan provides information about hospitals' performanceFirst hospital installs Ortho Vision AnalyzerNew York Michael H.