With recent earthquakes, several sources have started claiming that this is a sign of the change we are causing. This paper indicates a historical association (but does not claim causal relationship). In the media this appears to have started with a claim by Danny Glover which was originally not taken seriously.
Is there a substantial amount of independent scientific research (more than three papers, by at least two unaffiliated groups) indicating that increasing the temperatures of the earth by a few degrees over a century will cause more earthquakes?
For the purpose of this question let's assume that AGW is correct and that we are affecting the temperature at least 1 degree Celsius over the next hundred years. That way we can discuss the actual question.
The 1 degree is not meant to be a limitation. I would take as evidence any historical earthquake triggered by global temperature change. The last comment was just to avoid AGW arguments.