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Nature_and_Environment.25

Earthquakes

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{Nature_and_Environment.25.9}: Tom Elliot {telliot} Tue, 12 Apr 2005 14:34:53 CDT (7 lines)
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That's true David, as far as it goes.  Changing aquifer levels
through water pumping and changing the nature of a valley by damming
one end and filling it with water can cause small quakes.  However,
those quakes are of very low intensity and very close to the surface.
So while they technically may be called quakes they are about as
similar to the Sumatran earthquakes as a rolling pin is to a
steamroller.

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