Second-largest earthquake in modern South Korean history tied to geothermal plant fracking

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The pair of studies, published online on 26 April in Science1,2, heighten scrutiny of the potential role of the geothermal plant in the quake, which was South Korea’s second-strongest since observations began in 1978 and the most destructive ever recorded in the country. Eighty-two people were injured, and more than 200 homes were seriously damaged.


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