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Aspects of the statistical problem of relating frequency of earthquakes in the Denver area to injection of waste water by the Rocky Mountain Arsenal are discussed. Behavior of cumulative time series for earthquake frequency and volume of water are analyzed. A regression-correlation analysis leads to an exponential model approximating the relationship between these two variables. Also considered are statistical tests of the differences in mean number of earthquakes per month for three periods of waste injection.

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