Wasatch Front GPS Network
(Click station for time series.)
We process the CGPS data, with
precise (final) orbit, using
BPE (Bernese Processing Engine) .
The daily solutions of station coordinates are constrained to seven remote
NGS CORS sites
(ALBH, DRAO, GOLD, MD01, NLIB, PIE1, QUIN) in an
ITRF2005 reference frame.
To get the time series (residual plot) of each site, we use the
Helmert transformation to translate and rotate
the station coordinates onto a stable North American reference frame, WUSC.
Apr 2005-Mar 2012 Wasatch Front GPS-Derived Horizontal Velocity Map was solved with respect to the mountain block east of the Wasatch fault.
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Research supported by NSF-EarthScope, and U.S. Geological Survey Earthquake Hazards