Texas regulators have also questioned the research, telling The Dallas Morning News that evidence of human-triggered quakes in Texas is “anecdotal” and not “widely accepted.”
But two new scientific papers buttress findings from the earlier study, which was led by researchers at Southern Methodist University and published in April in the journal Nature Communications.
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