Workshop 2017

Initial results from a re-processed global network solution for New Zealand CORS

July 6, 2017 • 564 Views

Workshop 2017 - Dionne Hansen - The presentation will show the results of a long term homogeneous reprocessing of 39 New Zealand CORS sites and 194 IGB08 global reference sites using a double difference strategy and CODE’s repro2 orbits and earth rotation parameters. The newest solution will be compared to previous operational solutions. The time series will reflect various earthquakes and slow slip events through time. Additionally, the impacts of the new processing strategy on the noise, position, and computed velocities will be outlined.

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