Could Fracking Have Contributed To Oklahoma Earthquakes?

Brian Stump, seismologist and Earth science professor, talks about the relation of oil and natural gas fracking to earthquakes.

By Ashli Sims, News On 6

TULSA, Oklahoma - The number of Oklahoma earthquakes jumped 2,000 percent in the last two years. That dramatic spike has some folks asking whether these tremors are natural or possibly man-made...

"Fluids of all kinds, when they're injected underground, do, in some cases, induce small earthquakes," said Brian Stump, SMU Earth Sciences Professor.