Websites

The Canadian Induced Seismicity Collaboration was set up in response to the growing realisation that new resource extraction technologies could induce earthquakes. This research focuses on the processes of induced seismicity and associated hazards.

The platform provides unique induced seismicity datasets (currently 6 with >20 planned) and enables users to process them with specialised software in their own workspace. Additionally, numerous references, reports and methods connected with the datasets are available.

ReFINE is the leading international research consortium on shale-gas hydrofracturing. ReFINE has conducted investigations of induced earthquakes.

SCITS is an industrial affiliates program researching induced and triggered earthquakes.

The U.S. Department of Energy, in conjunction with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, provides information on induced seismicity.

The USGS provides information and publications on induced seismicity.