COMET: Continuous GPS measurements from the Aegean for 2003
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Publication Date: 2014-10-14
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Continuous GPS measurements during 2003 have been made by a network of GPS receivers 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.-M.; Palamartchouk, K.; Paradissis, D.; Parsons, B.; Raptakis, C. (2014): COMET: Continuous GPS measurements from the Aegean for 2003. NERC Earth Observation Data Centre, date of citation. https://catalogue.ceda.ac.uk/uuid/aeaa302423864c7ea2286f30893a3476
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Data were prepared by the COMET+ team and delivered to NEODC for archiving.
Data are available in the RINEX (Receiver-INdependent data EXchange) format, version 2.10 or more recent (ftp://igscb.jpl.nasa.gov/igscb/data/format/rinex210.txt), with Hatanaka compaction (ftp://terras.gsi.go.jp/software/RNXCMP_4.0.4/) and UNIX compression applied. We propose to comply with the directory structure used by the IGS (International GNSS Service, http://www.igs.org) data centres: daily session for each site are stored in separate observation files and grouped in day directories; the day directories are grouped in year directories.
This dataset was generated by instruments deployed on platforms as listed below.
|TRIMBLE 4000SSI Geodtic GNSS receiver|
|TRIMBLE TRM41249.00 antenna|
|TRIMBLE TRM22020.00+GP antenna|