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Science journal blames drilling for Oklahoma earthquake

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Oklahoma’s largest recorded earthquake, a 5.7-magnitude quake in 2011 that was felt for hundreds of miles, was probably caused by fluid injection at drilling sites, a team of university and federal scientists has concluded. The scientists said they found “conclusive” evidence that the earthquake near Prague, Okla., was caused by years of wastewater injections at the drilling site, which lies...

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