The science of earthquakes has grown robustly since the 1960s. However, big questions about earthquakes still remain, such as what determines an earthquake's size and how can we predict when an earthquake will take place. Emily Brodsky, an associate professor of Earth and planetary sciences at the University of California, Santa Cruz, studies the physics of volcanoes and earthquakes, and hopes to unravel the answers to these questions and more.
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