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New fracking wells are using many times more water than their predecessors
The change between 2011 and 2018 is stark.
Will An Earthquake Damage Your Area In The Next Year?
New map shows the likelihood
Can We Stop The Surge Of Man-Made Earthquakes?
There's a whole lot more shaking going on in the Midwest lately—and humans are causing it.
More Than 200 Earthquakes Have Shaken Oklahoma Since 2009
The U.S. Geological Survey says human activities like wastewater disposal might be contributing to central Oklahoma's earthquake swarm.
Oil Drilling May Make Midwest More Vulnerable To Earthquakes
New findings on what human activities are able to trigger earthquakes, and what kinds of quakes we may be setting off
Study: Wastewater Injection Caused Oklahoma’s Largest-Ever Earthquake
The most severe recorded earthquake in Oklahoma history may also have been the most severe earthquake ever linked to a certain oil and gas drilling operation.