Earthquake and drilling link prompts Colo. review

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A report due this week at a gathering of the American Geophysical Union says that an uptick in earthquakes on the Raton Basin in Colorado, northern New Mexico and elsewhere is tied to disposal wells, where oil and gas drilling wastewater is injected. (Gazette file) Photo by
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