Along the northwest corner of Nevada, seismologists have been studying the most vigorous swarm of earthquakes ever recorded. The quakes don’t have a connection to a volcano and there’s no fracking in the area. But they’ve been steady for a year with the largest being a 4.7 back in November. Insight with Beth Ruyak spoke with Dr. Graham Kent
, the Director of the Nevada Seismological Laboratory at the University of Nevada, Reno. He explains where the swarm is happening.