South Napa earthquake linked to summer groundwater dip

Research suggests the magnitude 6.0 earthquake that rocked California wine country in 2014 may have been caused by an expansion of Earth's crust because of seasonally receding groundwater under the Napa and Sonoma valleys.

South Napa earthquake linked to summer groundwater dip

A summertime expansion in the Earth's crust caused by changes in groundwater may have triggered the magnitude-6.0 earthquake in California's wine country in 2014, according to a new study.

Wed 13 Jun 18 from Phys.org

Study: 2014 Napa quake may be linked to groundwater...

Research suggests the magnitude 6.0 earthquake that rocked California wine country in 2014 may have been caused by an expansion of Earth's crust because of seasonally receding groundwater ...

Thu 14 Jun 18 from Daily Mail

Study Says 2014 Napa Quake May Be Linked to Groundwater Changes

New research suggests the magnitude 6.0 earthquake that rocked California wine country in August 2014 may have been caused by seasonally receding groundwater under the Napa and Sonoma valleys.

Wed 13 Jun 18 from KQED Science

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