Live blog: public forum on Cascadia earthquake at UO. Send us questions you want answered.

The University of Oregon’s Department of Geological Sciences is giving the community a chance to ask questions about “The Really Big One,” which — if you haven’t heard — is an overdue 9.0 magnitude earthquake that experts predict will hit the Pacific Northwest in the next 50 years.

If you have a burning question you’d like ask the panel of experts at the forum tonight, or want to chat with Emerald Editor in Chief Dahlia Bazzaz, comment on our liveblog or tag @dailyemerald or @dahliabazzaz on Twitter.

Live Blog UO public forum on Cascadia earthquake

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Dahlia Bazzaz

Dahlia Bazzaz

Dahlia is the 2015-2016 Editor in Chief of the Emerald. Before becoming EIC, she worked as a crime reporter and columnist. She has also interned with Oregon Public Broadcasting.

When she's not in the Emerald newsroom, she enjoys listening to podcasts and figuring out ways to meet Amy Poehler.

You can contact Dahlia via email: [email protected]