October 13, 2005
UNAVCO is pleased to announce a significant milestone for the NSF-funded EarthScope project and the larger geodetic community: processed geodetic data products are now available from the Plate Boundary Observatory. With this milestone, the community now has, for the first time, free and open access to a full suite of geodetic data products spanning the frequency spectrum from periods of seconds to years, and produced using fully documented, community vetted methods. Processed GPS products are produced by Analysis Centers at Central Washington University and the University of California, Berkeley and the Analysis Center Coordinator at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The products include GPS solutions in standard SINEX format, as well as station position time series and network velocity fields. All these products, and the raw data from which they are derived, are stored at the UNAVCO Facility GPS archive. The raw data and data products are documented and available from the PBO GPS Products web page at http://pboweb.unavco.org/?pageid=88.
Processed borehole strainmeter data products are produced by UNAVCO’s Borehole Strainmeter Analysis Center in Socorro, New Mexico, while laser strainmeter products are produced at the University of California, San Diego. These products include cleaned and scaled strain time series, correction series, and ancillary information. All these products, and the raw data from which they are derived, are stored at the PBO strainmeter archives at the Northern California Earthquake Data Center and the IRIS Data Management Center. The raw data and data products are documented and available from the PBO Strainmeter Products web page at http://pboweb.unavco.org/?pageid=89.
UNAVCO, PBO, and EarthScope request that users of these products acknowledge EarthScope and the NSF as the source of the products. A suggested acknowledgment would be similar to: “We acknowledge EarthScope and its sponsor, the National Science Foundation, for providing data products used in this study.”
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