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About This Course
This course provides information about induced seismic activity in the United States, specifically in the mid-continent. It includes information on mitigation planning, the state of seismic monitoring at the state level, and the challenges in communicating the science of the issue to the public and decision-makers.
This course is based on the AGI Critical Issues webinar "Induced Seismicity in the Mid-Continent" that was co-sponsored by the Association of American State Geologists (AASG).
Students are expected to learn the following when they take this course:
- What are the main causes of induced seismicity?
- What actions are being taken to mitigate the effects of induced seismicity?
- What are the main challenges in communicating the science of induced seismicity to the public and decision-makers?
This is an asynchronous short-course that contains videos, resources for learning more, and a set of questions in each section to help facilitate learning. An asynchronous course is a course that can be done on your own time. Feel free to pause, take a break, and come back to your saved progress to continue with the course. There is no deadline for completion of this course.
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There are no pre-requisites for this course.
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