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Appendix J: Hydraulic Fracturing in Eola Field, Garvin County, Oklahoma, and Potential Link to Induced Seismicity
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... away from the Wilson seismic station in Oklahoma. South central Oklahoma has experienced historical seismicity (Figure J.4)
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... APPENDIX J FIGURE J.1  Google Earth image showing the state of Oklahoma and the location of the Eola oil field. SOURCE: Google Earth.
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... Faults mapped by Harlton (1964) are marked by green lines.
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... APPENDIX J FIGURE J.3  Depth distribution of hypocenters and uncertainty estimates with respect to the fracture well 4.18. SOURCE: Holland (2011)
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... Appendix J FIGURE J.4  Map of historical seismicity from the Oklahoma Geological Survey catalog. Earthquakes from 1897 to 2010 are shown by red crosses.
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... 1964. Tectonic framework of Eola and Southeast Hoover oil fields and West Timbered Hills area, Garvin and Murray counties, Oklahoma.

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