volume 111, issue 3, P1445-1454 2021
DOI: 10.1785/0120200340
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Robert J. Skoumal, Elizabeth S. Cochran, Kayla A. Kroll, Justin L. Rubinstein, Devin McPhillips

Abstract: ABSTRACT Induced seismicity predominantly occurs along faults that are optimally oriented to the local principal compressive stress direction, and the characterization of these stress orientations is an important component of understanding seismic hazards. The seismicity rate in southern Kansas rapidly increased in 2013 primarily due to the disposal of large volumes of wastewater into the Arbuckle Group. Previously, local stress orientations in this area were poorly constrained, which limited ou…

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