How can engineers and scientists predict earthquakes?
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While it is not yet possible to predict earthquakes with complete accuracy, engineers and scientists can use a variety of methods to estimate the likelihood and potential impact of future earthquakes. These methods include monitoring seismic activity, studying fault zones, and using computer models to simulate earthquake scenarios. Early warning systems can also be used to alert people and organizations to the imminent arrival of seismic waves, giving them time to take protective actions.