This Enid News & Eagle series explores the science behind efforts in determining why there was a sudden upswing in earthquakes in the Sooner State beginning in 2009.
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After a magnitude 5.6 earthquake — the largest recorded in state history — hit Prague in November 2011, things changed: Injecting high amounts of wastewater at high pressures caused problems. — Bill Ellsworth, a geologist with the U.S. Geological Survey
“We can take any water and turn it into any water that we want.” — Tzahi Cath, a professor with Colorado School of Mines
This Week's Circulars
- School bus driver cited in accident
- Veterans Affairs secretary visits Ada
- Two Ada men charged with drug trafficking
- Child found in middle of street Friday
- Ada man arrested in Holdenville vehicle theft
- Children's Hospital Foundation establishes Blake Shelton Cancer Research Program
- City OKs zoning request for new motel
- 'The gift that keeps on giving'
- Gallogly to Boren: Cross me again, 'I will destroy you'
- Local boys & girls basketball boxscores