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SPECIAL: Fracking Industrialization And Induced Earthquakes

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD Fracking Industrialization And Induced Earthquakes by Brent Ritzel

Cumulative 3.0 + Earthquakes In Midcontinent US 1970-2012


6 Comments

  1. =) hi brent, I just wanted to write you a note to say what a great article this is! I’ve personally shared it in several places on my personal feeds (as it was too good to just ignore but it wasn’t on topic for the #globalzero FB group, as I’m curating that really close to topic focusing on the nuclear issue). But I really wanted to let you know how much it is appreciated and express my gratitude for your work!

  2. Tenney Naumer says:

    Great work Brent!!!!

  3. […] Bauer of the Illinois State Geological Survey, is what propelled me into researching and writing “Fracking Industrialization and Induced Earthquakes”. If Robert Bauer, who is listed as an engineer and a geologist, was not going to give accurate […]

  4. […] two of the highest volume rivers in America. The law provides for monitoring, but not preventing, fracking induced earthquakes despite the fact that it’s expected along major fault lines. If a large groundwater source, […]

  5. […] two of the highest volume rivers in America. The law provides for monitoring, but not preventing, fracking induced earthquakes despite the fact that it’s expected along major fault lines. If a large groundwater […]

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