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1 which occurred on 8 March 1970. Since there are no active tectonic features in the vicinity of the epicentral area, Milne (1970) speculated about a possible connection between the earthquake and local hydrocarbon production which started in 1954. In 1980, Wetmiller (1986) deployed a seismic network consisting of one digital and six conventional seismographs and confirmed that the seismicity was induced by fluid extraction, but did not attempt to quantify the exact mechanism. Baranova et al. (1999) investigated the event at Strachan gas field on 19 October 1996 in more detail.
Expected surface subsidence (mm) in time increments of 20 years starting 20 years after onset of production and ending 100 years later, as computed from the poroelastic model by Segall (1985). The left figure (a) is computed based on a diffusivity c, which is a tenth of the diffusivity used in the right figure (b), highlighting the great importance of that parameter. The other quantities are specified in Segall (1985). Source: Figure reproduced from Segall (1985 Fig. 8). model, also agreed well with observed changes (Segall and Yerkes, 1990), thus lending credibility to the poroelastic approach.
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