Explore the motions of Earth's crust as measured by GPS stations around the globe.
Calculate tectonic plate motion at any location on Earth using one or more plate motion models.
Access GPS reflection data from NSF's Plate Boundary Observatory (PBO) to study the water cycle.
Learn how GPS is used to study faults, volcanoes, weather, water resources, and more.
Model real earthquakes measured through InSAR data. Sign in is required but free!
Design a power system to run GPS equipment through the long polar night. Balance cost and weight to ensure the data keep flowing!
Explore the central Appalachian Mountain belt and the Blue Ridge Province in this virtual field trip.
Source: Howard Hughes Medical Institute What did Earth look like millions or even billions of years ago? What was the climate like? Explore Earth's deep history with EarthViewer.
Jules Verne Voyager, Jr. and EarthScope Voyager, Jr. are being retired and are replaced by the GPS Velocity Viewer.
Last modified: 2020-07-13 15:11:22 America/Denver