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“These earthquake swarms are not that unusual for the region,” said Harley Benz, scientist in charge at the U.S. Geological Survey National Earthquake Information Center. “Central Arkansas has a history of earthquake activity with a swarm of thousands of earthquakes smaller than magnitude 4.5 in the early 1980s and another swarm in 2001, known as the Enola earthquake swarms.”
Originally posted by herenow
Can we get often posted links to the facebook and twitter pages, so those coming in can find them easier.
Just a thought, cause I had to go back several pages to find them.
These fractures start at the injection well and extend as much as a few hundred metres into the reservoir rock
Originally posted by punterdeb
hi guys. looks like a few have done a lot of hard exhausting work on this thread. i dont have time to read all 78 pages so would someone please be kind enough to do a summary of what this thread is all about.