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The link between a recent rise in earthquakes and wastewater disposal from shale gas wells grows stronger, though skeptics remain.
After the Haiti earthquake, physicians tested a vacuum pump meant to speed healing.
Well shutdowns prompted by fracking-induced seismicity may inspire technology tweaks.
Earthquake alerts are still in their infancy.
Researchers are testing a distributed network to detect early signs of damaging quakes.
Earthquake-detection technology investment pays off for Japan.
Two scientists think that social networks can improve disaster relief.