COMET: Continuous GPS measurements from the Aegean from 2002 to present
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Publication State: Published
Publication Date: 2014-10-15
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Abstract

Continuous GPS measurements since 2002 have been made at a number of stations across the Aegean to monitor tectonic movement across the Eastern Mediterranean by the UK's Centre for the Observation and Modelling of Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Tectonics (COMET).

These data are made available in the RINEX (Receiver-INdependent data EXchange) format, version 2.10 or more recent, with Hatanaka compaction and UNIX compression applied. These data are available to all registered users under the UK Government Open Data licence. This is part of an ongoing collection published in yearly datasets. Updates will be provided to the archive as and when ready.

Citable as:  Biliris, H.; England, P.; Floyd, M.; Nocquet, J.; Palamartchouk, K.; Paradissis, D.; Parsons, B.; Raptakis, C. (2014): COMET: Continuous GPS measurements from the Aegean from 2002 to present. NERC Earth Observation Data Centre, date of citation. http://catalogue.ceda.ac.uk/uuid/8aa71e3a6899480baea9d0f7e8e21239
Keywords:  COMET, GPS
COMET: Continuous GPS measurements from the Aegean for 2002
COMET: Continuous GPS measurements from the Aegean for 2003
COMET: Continuous GPS measurements from the Aegean for 2004
COMET: Continuous GPS measurements from the Aegean for 2005
COMET: Continuous GPS measurements from the Aegean for 2006
COMET: Continuous GPS measurements from the Aegean for 2007
COMET: Continuous GPS measurements from the Aegean for 2008
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Temporal Range
2002-03-07T00:00:00
Ongoing
Geographic Extent

  37.9723°  
21.7046°     25.6104°
  34.8315°  
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