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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.

Event Response to the October 19, 2020 M 7.6 Sand Point, Alaska Earthquake

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.

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The 2021 GAGE/SAGE Science Workshop will be virtual

A GAGE/SAGE Science Workshop had originally been scheduled for August of last year, but was postponed to 2021. It’s still going ahead as a virtual meeting, but in that time a lot of thought and work has gone into coming up with an effective virtual format. The goals of the workshop are to foster community, … Continued

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10.24.2020

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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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