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Oklahoma’s Largest Earthquake Shuts Down Osage, Pawnee Nation
Operators of 17 disposal wells in the Osage Nation have agreed to shut down operations following a 5.8-magnitude earthquake over the weekend, a move that will help keep people safe...
Birds’ Beaks Deformed in Alaska; Grants Help Researchers Investigate
Their beaks are elongated, curved or do not meet in the middle, impeding birds’ attempts at foraging, preening and keeping themselves warm and well fed, especially in winter...
Bracing for Quakes: Oklahoma Is the New California Due to Oil & Gas
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has released a first-ever map forecasting human-caused earthquake activity, as opposed to natural quakes...
ASU Students Predict Likelihood of Super Eruption at Yellowstone
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Christy Till and her team of Ph.D...
Study Confirms That Fracking Caused Ohio Earthquakes
Fracking has once again been shown to cause earthquakes, according to a study released by the Seismological Society of America on January 5...
Video: Watch Thousands of Walruses Forced Onto Alaskan Shores by Climate Change
The world has been riveted by the sight of 35,000 walruses piled on top of one another just outside the small Alaska Native community of Point Lay...
Native Alaska Village of Point Lay Hailed for Stewardship of 35,000 Walruses
With 35,000 walruses camped out on the edge of town, the 250-population Native village of Point Lay, Alaska has been thrust onto the world stage...
U.S. Geological Survey Releases Tribal Engagement Policy
Many U.S. government agencies of late—from the President’s office on down—have been touting the value and necessity of working with tribes on matters of climate change...
Oklahoma Receives Nearly $2 Million for Earthquake-Fracking Study
As the number of earthquakes in Oklahoma catapults, the Oklahoma Geological Survey (OGS) has received a $1.8 million federal grant to study possible links between fracking and eart...
Video: Polar Bears Seeking Ice Will Warm and Chill Your Heart
Polar bears are known for swimming hundreds if not thousands of miles to find the ice upon which they live and breed...
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