GPS stations in active networks
Gigabytes of GNSS data delivered in the last quarter of 2020
Short course participants in 2020

UNAVCO is a community of scientists, educators, and professionals working together to better understand Earth processes and hazards using geodesy. We operate the GAGE Facility on behalf of the National Science Foundation with support from NASA.

May 31, 2021 M 6.1 Chickaloon, Alaska Earthquake

At 6:59:54 (UTC) on May 31, 2021 there was a magnitude 6.1 earthquake with an epicenter 73 kilometers north of Chickaloon, Alaska (and 161 kilometers northeast of Anchorage). UNAVCO staff have assessed nearby GPS/GNSS stations for data availability and archived 1 Hz and 5 Hz data where possible for access via our data portals.


UNAVCO summer internship programs are underway!

May 24 saw the official launch of our three summer internship programs! The RESESS program provides undergraduate research internships primarily focused on increasing diversity in the geosciences, the Geo-Launchpad program specifically serves Colorado and New Mexico community college students, and the USIP program brings in graduate and upper-level undergraduate students in to work with UNAVCO … Continued


Plate Motion Calculator

Calculate tectonic plate motion at any location on Earth using one or more plate motion models. The Plate Motion Calculator is a tool that calculates rigid plate motions. Computations can be made at one or more specified locations on Earth.

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