Overview of EarthScope 2010 May, 2010. Slides that may be used and modified for presentations involving instrumentation, data, science results, and education and outreach incorporating the NSF EarthScope Program. www.earthscope.org. Information Slide for Users. Fair Use Policy:
Slides that may be used and modified for presentations involving instrumentation, data, science results, and education and outreach incorporating the NSF EarthScope Program
Fair Use Policy:
EarthScopeis funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
EarthScope has been constructed and is being maintained as a collaborative effort with UNAVCO, Inc., the Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS), and Stanford University, with contributions from the U. S. Geological Survey (USGS), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and several other national and international organizations.
Drillhole across San Andreas Fault
875 GPS Instruments
175 Borehole Strainmeters
5 Long-Baseline Laser Strainmeters
400 Seismometers at 2,000 sites
100 Permanent Seismometers
A nationwide effort to …..
1. USArrayTransportable Array (TA)
Subduction Cluster Volcanic Cluster
Transform Cluster Extension Cluster
California State University at San Bernardino
PBO Field sites in Alaska, California, Utah, and Washington
Stanford University (now UNAVCO)
San Andreas Fault Zone
Other PowerPoint and PDF presentations can be downloaded from the EarthScope Workshops Web Page: