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A new study by the US Geological Survey found there is a link between wastewater injection wells and the largest and most powerful human-induced earthquake.
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A look into how some of New Zealand's biggest volcanoes erupted hundreds of years ago could help predict lava flows for future eruptions.
The month of February swept across northern Utah, delivering four significant storms that lifted the region out of what looked to be a disastrous water year.
According to a new study involving researchers at the U.S. Geological Survey , scientists observed that a human-induced magnitude 5.0 earthquake near Prague, Okla., in November 2011, may have triggered the larger M5.7 earthquake less than a day later.
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Terry Conrad: Short Stories Part 2 @ Courthouse Gallery , Lake George. Terry Conrad investigates ideas of decoration, waste, narrative and process using print media and its language to explore themes of systems, geology and the landscape.
THERE could be almost twice as much shale gas in Lancashire than previously thought, according to a geologist with drilling company Cuadrilla.
The first known coral reef off the coast of Iraq has just been discovered, according to a paper in the journal Scientific Reports.
Those wild, weird and wonderful undersea volcanoes will show up in Cannon Beach on Thursday, March 13. Not in person, of course, but via a talk given by Dr. Bill Chadwick of the Hatfield Marine Science Center and NOAA at the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum.
GNS scientist Fabio Caratori Tontini with Maurice Tivey of the US-based Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
The Magnitude 9.2 earthquake that struck Alaska 50 years ago on March 27, 1964, changed much more than the state's shorelines.
The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada is pleased to announce that its annual convention has surpassed 25,000 delegates for the fourth consecutive year.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a 3.9 magnitude earthquake was recorded at 8:17 a.m. Its epicenter was located five miles east of Edmond, 11 miles north, northwest of Choctaw, 12 miles north of Midwest City, and 13 miles north, northeast of Oklahoma City.
The magnitude 3.1 earthquake hit at 1:17 a.m. at a depth of around 3 miles, according to a computer-generated report from the U.S. Geological Survey.
Oil and gas technology executive Ryan Sitton and former state Rep. Wayne Christian are headed to a GOP runoff for an open seat on the Texas Railroad Commission.
Map showing shale gas deposits, drilling licences and drill locations in the North West.