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“Oklahoma Quake’s Cause Creates Gap Between Experts”

The Oklahoma Geological Survey disputes recently published research compiled by a team of seismologists from the University of Oklahoma, Columbia University and the U.S. Geological Survey.

Despite the findings of Keranen’s team, the Oklahoma Geological survey has reached a different conclusion.
“We here at the geological survey feel the interpretation that best fits the current data is that the Prague earthquake was the result of natural causes,” OGS seismologist Austin Holland said. “All the data is consistent with a natural earthquake. The data does not require it to have any cause other than the natural accumulation of stress and that release.”

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