Triggered and Induced Seismicity Technical Interest Group (TIG)

Investigating mechanisms and possible connections between injected produced water and earthquake/seismic activity. Chaired by Jeremy Boak.
Triggered and Induced Seismicity TIG
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3 Replies and 992 Views Questions from the Public  992  3 Started by  Ken Williams I am a retired petroleum geologist and currently volunteer as a Docent at the local science museum. I keep getting asked by visitors about fracking and earthquakes. 'Should I be worried', 'Is my drinking water going to be contaminated' I have some favorite answers to these sorts of questions, but what do y'all think
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