Continuous GPS Arrays
Geodetic networks of continuously recording GPS stations to monitor crustal motion
MASE, VEOX, and CAnTO Peru Seismic Data
MASE is a cooperative project involving Caltech's Tectonics Observatory, UCLA's CENS, Geophysical Institute at UNAM, and the Center for Geosciences at UNAM. The seismic component consisted of 100 broadband seismometers across central Mexico. The array ran from 2005-2007.
VEOX is a follow-on to MASE and crosses southern Mexico just north of the Techauntepec Ridge.
CAnTO Peru is a cooperative project involving Caltech's Tectonics Observatory, UCLA, IRD/Peru, and IGP. It is a set of passive seismic lines to be deployed in southern Peru. The first line was deployed in the summer of 2008.
COSI-Corr (Co-registration of Optically Sensed Images and Correlation), is a software package developed with IDL (Interactive Data Language) and integrated under ENVI. It allows for precise ortho-rectification, co-registration and correlation of SPOT and ASTER satellite images as well as aerial photographs.
PCAIM (Principal Component Analysis-based inversion Method) software takes a time series of surface deformation data (such as GPS data) and from that data determines the time evolution of slip on the underlying fault. It can be used for any rate of time variation.
GPlates is desktop software for the interactive visualization of plate-tectonics. It offers a novel combination of interactive plate-tectonic reconstructions, geographic information system (GIS) functionality, and raster data visualization. It enables both visualization and manipulation of plate-tectonic reconstructions and associated data through geological time. GPlates runs on Windows, Linux and MacOS X.
Schuster_Spectrum software takes a catalog of earthquake events (such as the dates of earthquakes in Nepal) and searches for periodicities. Given two bounding periods, it calculates the precise periods to test, as well as the probability for each period.
Elastic Surface Load
Scripts for modeling elastic deformation of the Earth surface in response to surface load variations determined from satellite gravimetric measurements (GRACE). Updated March 2015