Amid oil and gas boom, Colorado continues role as earthquake lab

Denver Post: University of Colorado researcher Will Yeck checks seismometers where he is monitoring activity around Greeley in the wake of a May 31 earthquake there. Some in the area believe the earthquake, at 3.2 magnitude, may have been caused by wastewater injection wells used in fracking. (RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post)Aug 23:Let's make a deal: How Colorado came to a fracking compromiseAug 7:Colorado commission votes to pull lawsuit over Longmont oil, gas ruleAug 5:Six petitions seeking Colorado ballot measures......

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