Induced seismicity white paper

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For the past several years, the topic of induced seismicity, or earthquakes caused by human activities - in particular hydraulic fracturing and disposal wells - has been the source of heightened interest. To help disseminate factual information on the subject, the Ground Water Protection Council and its research arm, the Ground Water Research and Education Foundation, have released two white papers summarizing important details covered in sessions on induced seismicity presented at two of the organization's 2013 conferences.

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