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2018 UNAVCO Highlights
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The 2018 UNAVCO Science Workshop: Geodesy Advancing Geosciences and EarthScope: Applications for Science and Society The 2018 UNAVCO Community Science Workshop was held 27-29 March 2018 in Broomfield, Colorado. The UNAVCO Science Workshop provides an opportunity for the UNAVCO community to share their latest science, UNAVCO staff to receive input from the scientific community, and for staff to update the scientific community on available resources. Over 100 university researchers gathered along with federal agency representatives, private industry, and facility staff.
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2018-04
Data Event Response to the April 5, 2018 M5.3 Earthquake 29km SW of Santa Cruz Is. (E end), California UNAVCO is currently downloading high-rate 1-sps (1 Hz) and 5-sps (5 Hz) data from 12 GPS/GNSS stations operated by UNAVCO within 75 km of the epicenter for a 6-hour time window around the event (± 3 hours). A map of GPS stations being downloaded is shown in Figure 2. These data are available from the UNAVCO high rate data ftp site.
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2018-04
Data Event Response to the February 25, 2018 M 7.5 Earthquake 81km SW of Porgera, Papua New Guinea UNAVCO has produced a fully processed 1-sps borehole strainmeter (BSM) dataset spanning the time period of this event, available from the PBO borehole strainmeter event response page.
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2018-03
NASA Global Geodetic Network Station Upgrade – Cachoeira Paulista, Brazil The NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) operates a global network of over 60 permanent GNSS stations called the Global Geodetic Network (GGN). UNAVCO offers support to the GGN by providing data flow monitoring, troubleshooting, station installation and maintenance, and engineering services to help improve the capabilities and performance of station infrastructure.
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2018-03
The NASA Space Geodesy Project - An Update NASA’s Space Geodesy Project (SGP) was initiated in order to develop and maintain a global network of next-generation space geodetic observing instruments. Core sites around the globe will use three or four of the primary space-geodetic techniques: Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI), Satellite Laser Ranging (SLR), Doppler Orbitography by Radiopositioning Integrated on Satellite (DORIS), and the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS).
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2018-02
Data Event Response to the February 16, 2018 M7.2 Earthquake 37km NE of Pinotepa, Mexico Signals from this event were recorded by 23 GPS/GNSS stations operated by UNAVCO, UNAM and collaborators that were streaming high rate (1-sps / 1 Hz) data in real time (Figures 2 and 3). These data allowed peak ground displacements (PGD) to be calculated automatically from the displacement traces within seconds of the earthquake (Figure 3). Note: figures and findings are preliminary and subject to revision.
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2018-02
Data Event Response to the January 23, 2018 M 7.9 Earthquake 280km SE of Kodiak, Alaska Signals from this event were recorded by 16 UNAVCO GPS stations that were streaming high rate (1-sps / 1 Hz) data in real time (Figures 3 and 4). These data allowed peak ground displacements (PGD) to be calculated automatically from the displacement traces within seconds of the earthquake (Figure 3), with a magnitude derived from inverting the PGDs of M7.8. Note: figures and findings are preliminary and subject to revision.
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2018-01
Data Event Response to the January 10, 2018 M 7.5 Earthquake 44km E of Great Swan Island, Honduras UNAVCO downloaded high-rate 1-sps (1 Hz) and 5-sps (5 Hz) GPS/GNSS data from 18 stations and 1-sps (1 Hz) data only from an additional three stations in response to the M7.5 earthquake 44km E of Great Swan Island, Honduras, on 2017-01-10.
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2018-01
Data Event Response to the January 4, 2018 M4.4 Earthquake 2km SE of Berkeley, California In response to the Mw 4.4 Berkeley, California earthquake on 2018-01-04, UNAVCO is downloading high-rate 5-sps (5 Hz) GPS/GNSS data from 18 Plate Boundary Observatory stations within or close to a 50-mile radius around the epicenter for a 3-day period around the event (day of event ± 1 day). A map of GPS stations being downloaded is shown in Figure 2. These data will be available from the UNAVCO high rate data page.
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2018-01
 

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