"Using a powerful computer model incorporating injection well records and earthquake data from the US Geological Survey, the team examined the connections between injection volume, depth, and location, as well as geological features, over a six-year period. The study used innovative new software, Uninet, which was developed by co-author Professor Roger Cooke's group at Delft University of Technology and is freely available for academic users from LightTwist Software. Uninet has previously been used to develop causal risk models for the aviation industry."
Oklahoma’s Earthquakes Strongly Linked to Wastewater Injection Depth
Media Highlight from Phys.org — Feb. 1, 2018