An Identification of the Meers Fault - Location and Statistics - Current Info
In May of 1985, the Oklahoma Geological Survey installed a seismograph in the Meers Store to monitor the Meers Fault. The seismograph is able to feel movement in the Earth from far away. It has recorded earthquakes in the Indian Ocean, which is more than 10,300 miles away from Meers. The seismograph has also recorded Russian nuclear tests, a natural gas explosion in Texas, and a mine accident in Michigan. The Meers Store became "MEO - Meers Observatory" and has proven to be one of the most sensitive stations in the country.
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