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Swarms of Earthquakes Shake Up Shale Gas Fields
Science & Tech  (tags: Deep well disposal, Earthquakes, Environment, Fracking, Shale gas )

Julie
- 442 days ago - thetyee.ca
A string of studies have not only implicated hydraulic fracturing, but the related practice of pumping dirty wastewater deep underground, as the cause of unprecedented swarms of earthquakes.
Megaquake Aftershocks Pose Lasting Danger
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, science, scientists, earthquakes, megaquakes, research, study, investigation )

Michael
- 605 days ago - cbc.ca
Scientists are warning residents of Vancouver and other cities in earthquake zones to take heed of new evidence that megaquake aftershocks can pose a great danger for years, even hundreds of kilometres from the epicentre of the original earthquake.
Man-Made Earthquakes on the Rise
Science & Tech  (tags: environment, scientists, research, geological survey, earthquakes, news, science )

Carrie
- 645 days ago - voanews.com
The number of earthquakes in the central and eastern United States has increased dramatically over the past few years, and scientists think the reason could be due to the disposal of wastewater associated with oil and gas production.
Fracking Water Injection Could Trigger Major Earthquake, Say Scientists
Science & Tech  (tags: hydraulic fracturing, fracking, natural gas, geothermal power, scientists, earthquakes, major earthquakes, pumping water into earth, ogoing injection of water, correlation with earthquakes, study )

Judy
- 647 days ago - guardian.co.uk
Because of the increase in the exploitation of geothermal power for renewable energy, and hydraulic fracturing or "fracking" to release natural gas, it is important to understand the chances of a large earthquake occurring at these sites, particularly...
How Earthquakes in Chile Have Permanently Deformed Earth
Science & Tech  (tags: earthquakes, destruction, environment, habitat, humans, nature, research, science, investigation, scientists, technology )

Robert
- 721 days ago - science.nbcnews.com
Richard Allmendinger of Cornell University and his colleagues now find major earthquakes of magnitude 7 or greater apparently caused the crust in northern Chile to crack permanently.
Study Ties Oil, Gas Production to Midwest Quakes
Science & Tech  (tags: environment, study, dirty energy, safety, earthquakes )

Jae
- 1102 days ago - news.yahoo.com
The rate has jumped six-fold from the late 20th century through last year, the team reports, and the changes are "almost certainly man-made."
Method Predicts Size of Fracking Earthquakes
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, energy, environment, earthquakes, fracking, interesting, research, science, world )

Kathy
- 1226 days ago - nature.com
Small earthquakes are a recognized risk of hydraulic fracturing, or 'fracking', a procedure in which companies unlock energy reserves by pumping millions of litres of water underground to fracture shale rock and release the natural gas trapped inside.
Earthquakes
Science & Tech  (tags: Earthquakes, Natural, Disasters )

Agnes
- 1251 days ago - environment.nationalgeographic.com
Earthquakes, also called temblors, can be so tremendously destructive, it's hard to imagine they occur by the thousands every day around the world, usually in the form of small tremors. Some 80 percent of all the planet's earthquakes occur along the rim
Can We Predict When and Where Quakes Will Strike?
Science & Tech  (tags: science, technology, scientists, earthquakes, seismologists, seismology, prediction, early warning systems, seismic activity, research )

Pia
- 1306 days ago - bbc.co.uk
This week, six seismologists go on trial for the manslaughter of 309 people, who died in the 2009 earthquake in l'Aquila, Italy. But is it possible to pinpoint the time and location of an earthquake with enough accuracy to guide an effective evacuation?
Why So Many Aftershocks ? Why So Large ?
Science & Tech  (tags: earthquakes, aftershocks, jolted, Tohoku, Miyagi, Ibaraki, Fukushima, March 11, tectonic plates )

Naoko
- 1467 days ago - search.japantimes.co.jp
A record number of powerful aftershocks haev continued to jolt the already battered prefectures of Miyagi, Fukushima and Ibaraki after the 9.0-magnitude March 11 earthquake.
US Earthquake Resilience Needs Strengthening
Science & Tech  (tags: business, concept, dangers, discovery, earthquakes, environment, humans, investigation, news, NewTechnology, research, science, scientists, study )

Kit
- 1481 days ago - sciencedaily.com
"...many people have been lulled into a false sense of security that the nation already is earthquake resilient."
Will Supermoon Cause Natural Disaster on March 19?
Science & Tech  (tags: disasters, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes )

Suzane
- 1493 days ago - breakingnewsonline.net
Everyone is wondering what would happen on March 19 or would be just another day? As the Moon is coming closer to Earth in almost 18 years, it may trigger natural disasters like earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and storms.
Surviving a Tsunami--Lessons From Chile, Hawaii, and Japan
Science & Tech  (tags: tsunami, survival, tsunami science, Japan, Chile, Hawaii, earthquakes )

Charla
- 1496 days ago - pubs.usgs.gov
This report contains true stories that illustrate how to survive-and how not to survive-a tsunami. It is meant for people who live, work, or play along coasts that tsunamis may strike.
The 'Supermoon' Did Not Cause Japanese Earthquake
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, earth, earthquakes, environment, geology, humans, interesting, moon, research, science, space, world )

Caree
- 1499 days ago - msnbc.msn.com
USGS denies any relation to astrological event -- which is still a week away. The devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan early Friday were "completely unrelated" to the approaching "supermoon," despite a news report that tied the earthquake..
More Than 600 Earthquakes Recorded in Current Yellowstone Earthquake Swarm
Science & Tech  (tags: earthquakes, tremors, USA, history, news, science )

Caree
- 1915 days ago - denverpost.com
The swarm of earthquakes at Yellowstone National Park which started Sunday has produced 644 tremors through 1:36 p.m. Wednesday, scientists at the University of Utah said this afternoon. The magnitude of the earthquakes has been in the 2.5 range...
 

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