GEM Plate Boundary Simulations for the Plate Boundary Observatory : A Program for Understanding the Physics of Earthquakes on Complex Fault Networks via Observations , Theory and Numerical Simulation

@inproceedings{John2002GEMPB,
  title={GEM Plate Boundary Simulations for the Plate Boundary Observatory : A Program for Understanding the Physics of Earthquakes on Complex Fault Networks via Observations , Theory and Numerical Simulation},
  author={John and B. and Rundle and Paul and William Klein and Jorge S. S{\'a} Martins and KRISTY and F.. and TIAMPO and Andrea Donnellan and Louise and H..},
  year={2002}
}
The last five years have seen unprecedented growth in the amount and quality of geodetic data collected to characterize crustal deformation in earthquake-prone areas such as California and Japan. The installation of the Southern California Integrated Geodetic Network (SCIGN) and the Bay Area Regional Deformation (BARD) network are two examples. As part of the recently proposed Earthscope NSF/GEO/EAR/MRE initiative, the Plate Boundary Observatory (PBO) plans to place more than a thousand GPS… CONTINUE READING
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