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Brad Aagaard
USGS
Pointwise functions for flexible implementation of crustal deformation physics in PyLithBrad Aagaard (USGS), Matthew Knepley (Rice University), Charles Williams (GNS Science) The next stage of development for PyLith, a flexible, open-source finite-element code (http://geodynamics.org/cig/software/pylith/) for modeling quasi-static and dynamic crustal deformation with an em....

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PyLith v2.1.0
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Kyle Anderson
USGS California Volcano Observatory
From geodesy to magma physics: Bayesian joint inversions of diverse observations using multiphysical volcano modelsKyle Anderson For decades, geodetic data have informed and constrained models of volcanic processes, yielding invaluable information about the transport and storage of magma in the crust. With geodetic data now ava....

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Transient pressurization cycles at Kilauea Volcano and model predictions
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Beth Bartel
UNAVCO, Inc
Speak Your Science: Professional Development for Science CommunicationBeth Bartel, Donna Charlevoix, Aisha Morris - UNAVCO UNAVCO is building expertise in science communication professional development to support scientists in marketing themselves and their research, and in meeting broader impact requirements in grants. P....

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Students practice a good solid greeting at "How to Talk to Strangers: Selling Yourself and Your Science, for Students," at the 2015 GSA annual meeting. The well-recieved course was co-taught by UNAVCO Outreach Specialist Beth Bartel and AGI Congressional Science Fellow Gifford Wong.
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Geoffrey Blewitt
University of Nevada, Reno
Plug and Play GPS for Earth Scientists: Providing Immediate Access to Low-Latency Geodetic Products (EnGAGE Interactive Space Display)Geoffrey Blewitt, Charles Meertens, Fran Boler, William C. Hammond, Corné Kreemer, Stuart Wier Access to the benefits of having high precision, low-latency position time series from global GPS networks has been limited by the need to have advanced expertise and systems for data acquisition and ....

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Schematic diagram showing data flow for the Plug and Play GPS system
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Fran Boler
UNAVCO, Inc
Dataworks for GNSS: Software for Supporting Data Sharing and Federation of Geodetic NetworksFrances Boler, Charles Meertens, M. Meghan Miller, Stuart Wier, Mike Rost, and James Matykiewicz Continuously-operating Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) networks are increasingly being installed globally for a wide variety of science and societal applications. GNSS enables Earth science....

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Dataworks provides data management and distribution software subsystems as open source modules for managing data from small to medium scale GNSS networks.
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Wei-Cheng Chen
Department of Earth Sciences, National Cheng Kung University
Analysis of Surface Wave Recorded by High-Rate GNSS and Broadband Seismic Stations in the Taiwan RegionWei-Cheng Chen, Ruey-Juin Rau, Wen-Tzong Liang, Bor-Shouh Huang and Huang-Kai Hung Surface waves generated by the 2011 Mw 9.0 Tohoku, Japan earthquake were recorded by 44 broadband seismic stations and 210 1-Hz GNSS stations in Taiwan and Ryukyu region. All GNSS stations were proces....

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Map of the Taiwan region showing the amplitude of later phase (in transverse component) overlap with the depth of western Taiwan foreland flexure [Lin and Watts, 2002]. The arrows show the results of optimum back azimuth of the source from BBFK method.
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Kuo-En Ching
Department of Geomatics, National Cheng Kung University
A thick-skinned deformation model in SW Taiwan and its implication to the 2016 Meinong disastrous earthquakeKuo-En Ching, Kaj M. Johnson, and Yuan-Hsi Lee A high shortening rate of 0.5-1.7 ┬Ástrain/yr from the previous GPS observations across the frontal thrust belt in SW Taiwan has implied high probability of future earthquakes. However, the focal depth....

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2D tectonic kinematic model in SW Taiwan.
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Yun-Ruei Chuang
National Cheng Kung University
Coseismic deformation of the 2016 M6.6 Meinong earthquake, TaiwanRay Y. Chuang1, Kuo-En Ching1, Manabu Hashimoto2, Min-Chien Tsai3, and Ruey-Juin Rau4 1:Department of Geomatics, National Cheng Kung University 2:Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University 3:Central Weather Bureau, Ministry of Transportation and Communication 4:Department of Earth Sciences, National Cheng Kung University A M6.6 earthquake occurs at Meinong, Taiwan at 03:57:27 on February 6, 2016 local time (UTC+8). This earthquake generates severe damage and 117 deaths around several towns of Tainan City. We estimate ....

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Coseismic slip inversion
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Blake Cross
Colorado School of Mines
Non-volcanic tremors associated with slow slip event in South Central Alaska between 2010-2013. Submitted to Earth and Planetary Science Letters.Blake Cross and Men Wei Abstract: A slow slip event between 2009 and 2013 has been recorded in south central Alaska near the epicenter of the 1964 M9.2 earthquake. It is unclear if there is any change of non-volcanic tremo....

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Surface displacement at GPS station ATW2 and tremor activities in eight stations between 171 January 2010 and May 2015.
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Andria Ellis
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Developing a new GPS interseismic velocity field for northern Central AmericaAndria P. Ellis, Charles DeMets The Motagua-Polochic fault zone, Middle America trench, and Central America volcanic arc faults converge at the western end of the Caribbean plate where the Cocos plate subducts under the North Americ....

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Tectonic setting of northern Central America showing location of all GPS stations used in estimating a new interseismic velocity field.
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