Geoff Blewitt

University of Nevada, Reno

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Geoff Blewitt on KCRW

Could the drought be causing earthquakes? New research shows that pumping water out of the aquifer in the central valley has increased seismic activity.

Droughts and Earthquakes

Could the drought be causing earthquakes? New research shows that pumping water out of the aquifer in the central valley has increased seismic activity.

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