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Permanent stations in polar regions
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Gigabytes of borehole strain data delivered last quarter
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Participants in 2021 short courses

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.

January 11, 2021 M 6.8 Nikolski, Alaska Earthquake

At 11:35:46 (UTC) on January 11, a magnitude 6.8 earthquake occurred about 70 kilometers off Alaska’s Umnak Island, followed by a magnitude 6.6 event nearby at 12:39:31 (UTC).

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Expanding RESESS to Engage Students from Groups Underrepresented in Geosciences

New for summer 2022 is the diversification of the Research Experiences in Solid Earth Science for Students (RESESS) internship program, which will now include a Satellite program in addition to the traditional Boulder program. For 2022, UNAVCO is partnering with faculty from the University of Washington Department of Earth and Space Sciences. We retain the RESESS Boulder program in collaboration with the University of Colorado. 

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10.24.2020

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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