Feb 12, 2020
Magali Barba-Sevilla is a seismologist at the University of Colorado’s Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences and Department of Geology.
In today’s episode, Therese and Magali discuss the three different classes of earthquakes, why earthquakes can’t be predicted, how early warning systems work, and the real facts about how to be safe should an earthquake strike.
"I've heard that people think that earthquakes typically occur either in the morning or at night. But this is not true. They occur anytime. I think that the reason why people think that is is because they're woken up by them, and that makes them more memorable." — Magali Barba-Sevilla
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