A magnitude 7.6 earthquake occurred on October 19, 2020 southeast of Sand Point, Alaska. This is within the footprint of the Network of the Americas (NOTA) GNSS network operated by UNAVCO. The earthquake prompted tsunami warnings in communities across coastal Alaska and caused damage in and around Sand Point.SEE ALL EVENT RESPONSES
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.
UNAVCO, as a university-governed consortium, elected new members to the Board of Directors and Nominating Committee. New members serve 3 year terms beginning January 2021. Board Directors are responsible for managing the business and affairs of UNAVCO, Inc. President Becks Bendick states:I’m so grateful to all of the members of our community who stepped forward … ContinuedSEE ALL NEWS
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