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A Robust Estimation of the 3-D Intraplate Deformation of the North American Plate From GPS
Glacial isostatic adjustment (GIA) is the main cause of deformation in intraplate North America. Here we use up to 3,271 Global Positioning System station velocities to image this 3-D deformation across the entire plate. ...
Potential for a large earthquake near Los Angeles inferred from the 2014 La Habra earthquake
Tectonic motion across the Los Angeles region is distributed across an intricate network of strike-slip and thrust faults that will be released in destructive earthquakes similar to or larger than the 1933M6.4 Long Beach ...
GPS Imaging of vertical land motion in California and Nevada: Implications for Sierra Nevada uplift
We introduce Global Positioning System (GPS) Imaging, a new technique for robust estimation of the vertical velocity field of the Earth's surface, and apply it to the Sierra Nevada Mountain range in the western United ...
MIDAS robust trend estimator for accurate GPS station velocities without step detection
Automatic estimation of velocities from GPS coordinate time series is becoming required to cope with the exponentially increasing flood of available data, but problems detectable to the human eye are often overlooked. This ...