Study ties oil, gas production to Midwest earthquakes
NEW YORK (AP) -- Oil and gas production may explain a sharp increase in small earthquakes in the nation's midsection, a new study from the U.S. Geological Survey suggests.
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."
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