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[1] The Salton Trough represents a complex transition between the spreading center in Baja California and the strike-slip San Andreas fault system and is one of the most active zones of deformation and seismicity in California. We present a high-resolution interseismic velocity field for the Salton Trough derived from 74 continuous GPS sites and 109(More)
GPS instruments are noninertial and directly measure displacements with respect to a global reference frame, while inertial sensors are affected by systematic offsets—primarily tilting—that adversely impact integration to displacement. We study the magnitude scaling properties of peak ground displacement (PGD) from high-rate GPS networks at near-source to(More)
Real-time high-rate geodetic data have been shown to be useful for rapid earthquake response systems during medium to large events. The 2014 M w 6.1 Napa, California earthquake is important because it provides an opportunity to study an event at the lower threshold of what can be detected with GPS. We show the results of GPS-only earthquake source products(More)
16 The Salton Trough represents a complex transition between the spreading center in Baja 17 California and the strike-slip San Andreas fault system, and is one of the most active zones of 18 deformation and seismicity in California. We present a high-resolution interseismic velocity field 19 for the Salton Trough derived from 74 continuous GPS sites and(More)
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