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Geothermal plant 'triggered earthquake' in S. Korea

Terra Daily Thursday, 21 March 2019
Geothermal plant 'triggered earthquake' in S. KoreaSeoul (AFP) March 20, 2019

A rare earthquake in South Korea was triggered by the country's first experimental geothermal power plant, a team of government-commissioned experts said Wednesday. The southeastern port city of Pohang was rattled by a 5.4-magnitude earthquake in November 2017 - the second-most powerful tremor ever in the normally seismically stable South. Dozens of people were injured and more than 1,5
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