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Could excess water from oil and gas operations help farmers and reduce seismicity?

Water pumped from deep underground during oil and gas drilling could help farmers weather water shortages. The trick is making sure the water is safe, legal, and economically feasible to move to fields, say two groups of scientists studying what's called "produced water" from oil and gas operations in New Mexico and Colorado.
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