Geodetic Strain Rate Model

The project on the global geodetic strain rate model is carried out by a group of international experts who are in turn backed up by their teams. The project has as its main goals to:

1. Create a uniform Global GPS velocity database, 2. Update, expand and improve the Global Strain Rate Model (of 2004), 3. Disseminate and visualize the results. To achieve these goals we are analyzing data of 4000+ continuous GPS stations worldwide and determining secular horizontal velocities; adding published velocities from mainly campaign-style observations (100+ studies); using a new GPS velocity database to update the Global Strain Rate Model (GSRM) of 2004, and are using focal mechanisms, and active fault traces for constraints. Read more...

 

Contact Corné Kreemer, the coordinator of the project @ kreemer[at]unr.edu

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