Do you need help with any of the data topics below, including custom data access, data processing, or archiving of community-submitted data or data products?
Request Support for any of the specific data topics listed below. A project manager will be assigned for complex requests that require multiple services, coordination, and management.
- GPS/GNSS Data Processing Service is available for high-precision GPS/GNSS products, utilizing the existing GAGE processing infrastructure
- Data Archiving is available for community GPS/GNSS data and data products (GPS time series and velocities), high-rate (1-Hz and higher rates) GPS data (upon request), SAR data, TLS data, and related metadata to archive for long-term secure storage and easy retrieval. The Archive primarily stores high-precision geodetic data used for research purposes, collected under projects sponsored by NSF and NASA. Please see Submission of Data for more detailed information for submitting GPS/GNSS or TLS data to UNAVCO for archiving.
A Custom Data Request can be made for certain special situtations at certain sites (please see the form for other requirements):
- GPS/GNSS high rate (i.e. 1- or 5-Hz rate) (note: for real-time GPS/GNSS, use email address below)
- borehole strain (i.e. processed 1-Hz rate)
- borehole seismic (i.e. 200-Hz rate)
- surface laser strain (i.e. processed 1-Hz rate)
Email rtgpsunavco.org to request an account to access real-time GPS/GNSS data.
For questions regarding archiving various data, use the specific email address below:
- archive-gpsunavco.org for GPS/GNSS data
- archive-sarunavco.org for SAR data
- archive-tlsunavco.org for TLS data
- archive-strainunavco.org for surface laser and borehole strainmeter data
- archive-seismicunavco.org for borehole seismometer data
- archive-tiltunavco.org for borehole tilt data
Email dataunavco.org for other quick questions or if you cannot find what you need in the Data topics section.
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See Help at UNAVCO for a full listing of help options at UNAVCO.