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High-precision gravity stations for monitoring vertical crustal motion in southern California

Carter W. Roberts

High-precision gravity stations for monitoring vertical crustal motion in southern California

by Carter W. Roberts

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gravity stations -- California, Southern.,
  • Earth movements -- California, Southern.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Carter W. Roberts and Robert C. Jachens.
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 86-44., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 86-44.
    ContributionsJachens, Robert C., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17669810M

    This book offers a modern quantitative approach to structural geology for advanced students and researchers in structural geology and tectonics. It is supported by a website hosting images from the book, additional colour images, student exercises and MATLAB scripts. vertical structural geology equation dip horizontal. The aims of the Seismic Monitoring and Information Service are to develop and maintain a The October Hector Mines earthquake in southern California occurred during the deployment, which readily confirmed the reflector's presence under the contemporary horizontal and vertical crustal motions. Without these integrating theseFile Size: 12MB.

    Gravity, Geoid and Earth Observation, IAG Commission 2: Gravity Field, Chania, Crete, Greece, 23–27 June , pp 19–24 ( p), book series: IAG Symposia, Vol. , Springer Berlin Heidelberg, ISBN , DOI: / University of Southern California, (ARP46) Stress Drop and Source Description for Earthquakes 4 M in Southern California. Systematic evaluation of stress drops for the approximately 65 earthquakes

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ESS that contribute to monitoring crustal motion and. significant crustal movement is vertical motion, as. [1] We estimated vertical velocities using an array of 12 continuous GPS stations forming part of the PBO NUCLEUS network.

We analyzed data spanning the period through Behr et al. 4/19/99 PM Monitoring Structural Deformation at Pacoima Dam, California Using Continuous GPS Jeffrey A.

Behr, Southern California Earthquake Center, SCIGN-USGS Kenneth W. Hudnut and Nancy E. King, United States Geological Survey BIOGRAPHYFile Size: KB. Exploring Plate Motion and Deformation in California with GPS. Organization Part 1: Analyze GPS data from two stations to determine tectonic plate motion Part 2: Investigate deformation of the crust at two stations in California Extension: explore more GPS data SBCC BEMT.

Activity outcomes You should be able to: • Describe high-precision GPS. Continuous Global Positioning System (GPS) measurements at Long Valley Caldera, an active volcanic region in east central California, have been made on the south side of the resurgent dome since early A site on the north side of the dome was added in late Special adaptations for autonomous operation in remote regions and enhanced vertical precision were made.

FIGURE Altimetry record of global mean sea level from to present. The mean rate of rise is ± mm/yr. The climate-driven acceleration, estimated after correcting for short-term natural variability (effects of volcanic eruptions and the El Niño–Southern Oscillation), is ± mm/yr S: Modified from Beckley et al.,and Nerem et al., Network of Global Positioning System (GPS) stations and wells used to monitor vertical changes in land surface and ground-water levels, respectively, in the lower Coachella Valley, California.

A, Locations and status of GPS stations in and locations of Size: 2MB. Continuous GPS monitoring of Structural Deformation at Pacoima Dam, California Kenneth W.

Hudnut and Jeffrey A. Behr U. Geological Survey and the Southern California Earthquake Center INTRODUCTION In Septembera system of three continuously operating GPS receivers was deployed to monitor the displacements of Pacoima Dam relative to a. ** Vertical surface motion from GNSS/GPS and InSAR for ground water management; water redistribution is monitored from space based on gravity measurements).

*** Water vapor and other meteorological information from GNSS/GPS ground stations and radio occultations in space. From an oceanographic point of view, vertical crustal movement is a perturbation in the sea-level measurements. Tectonic movements, sedimentation, groundwater or oil extractions, all may result in vertical crustal movements of regional and down to local scales.

Postglacial rebound contributes to regional-scale vertical by: The TriNet Project was developed for southern California by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Caltech, and the California Geological Survey with support from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), taking advantage of the large number of strong-motion seismographs in the state, a detailed knowledge of active faults of the region, and.

A collection of high-precision tiltmeters is being operated at Piñon Flat Observatory, southern California, both to compare instruments and to measure tectonic deformation. We report on years of data from four of these: two Michelson-Gale long fluid tiltmeters, one long center-pressure tiltmeter, and a shallow borehole tiltmeter.

The Ups and Downs of Southern California: Mountain Building, Sea Level Rise, and Earthquake Potential from Geodetic Imaging of Vertical Crustal Motion. Abstracts of the Southern California Earthquake Center Annual Meeting, August Kraner, M., W.C.

Hammond, C. Kreemer, and G. Blewitt (). Using GPS Imaging to Resolve Seasonal Strain in. The International Symposium on Geodynamics and Earth Tides is an interdisciplinary gathering of researchers discussing on all aspects that affect high precision geodetic monitoring.

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of sixth Int. Geodt. sym. on Satellite Positioning, Columbus, OHIO, pp, (). The University of Utah Seismology and Active Tectonics Research Group has released a white paper summarizing our GPS research and related monitoring on Octo The University of Utah research group uses high precision GPS methodology to measure ground motions of the Yellowstone-Snake River Plain volcanic field and the Wasatch fault, Utah.

(vertical) using 24 hour solutions. Corresponding velocity uncertainties for a 12 month period are about 2 mm/yr in the horizontal components and mm/yr in the vertical component.

High precision can also be achieved for relative position coordinates on short. -GPS Measurement of Crustal Motion in Southwest China removable monitoring array will be pulled out of the borehole after about 1 year to conduct a high precision-boreholedirectional survey and ultrasonic cement imaging (USI) log.

A new high-resolutionimage of southern California crustal stress orientation, determined. We use Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) data to derive continuous maps for three orthogonal components of the co-seismic surface displacement field due to the M-w Hector Mine earthquake in southern California.

Vertical and horizontal displacements are both predominantly antisymmetric with respect to the fault plane.This book provides the latest research on and applications of advanced GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) and 3D spatial techniques in the fields of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Geophysics, Architecture, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage.vertical datum, and the IGSN71 gravity datum (Langenheim, personal communication).High-precision gravity stations for monitoring crustal motion in southern California, United States Geological Survey Open-File Reportp.