Progress in the Long-term Seafloor Geodesy on the Kumano Trough

@inproceedings{Asada2001ProgressIT,
  title={Progress in the Long-term Seafloor Geodesy on the Kumano Trough},
  author={Akira Asada and Tetsuichiro Yabuki},
  year={2001}
}
With a view toward understanding the mechanism of interplate earthquakes at subduction plate boundaries around Japan, remarkable progress was made in the long-term observation system of seafloor crustal deformation. The method for the seafloor geodesy has been exploited in order to overcome several difficulties. The position of the sea-bottom transponders on the Kumano Trough was repeatedly observed using a GPS/Acoustic measurement system in May and August 2000. Early results from processed… CONTINUE READING