Study links rise of buried CO2 with earthquakes in Italy

Washington DC (UPI) Aug 26, 2020
Geologists have discovered a link between carbon dioxide degassing patterns and earthquake incidence in Italy’s Apennine Mountains, according to a study published Wednesday in the journal Science Advances. Over millions of years, carbon dioxide in the atmosphere gets trapped in rocks and minerals called carbonates through a variety of chemical and biological processes. When tectonic for
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