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Current Ground Motions Along the Long-Point Fault Derived from Continuous GPS Observations (2012-2014)
The Texas Gulf Coast region possesses numerous complex fault structures. This case study focused on the Long-Point Fault, an active fault located in west Houston; with 16 kilometers of length, it is the longest fault within ...
Current Ground Deformation Along the East Coastal Region of China Derived from GPS Observations (2010-2014)
This study investigated the current ground deformation that occurred along the east coastal region of China. Continuous measurements (2010-2014) from over 100 permanent GPS stations were analyzed. The GIPSY-OASIS software ...
Current Ground Deformation Derived from GPS Observations near PBO Station AC 55 along the Yentna River, South of Denali National Park Reserve, Alaska
The Plate Boundary Observatory (PBO) has a network of 1100 permanent continuously operating Global Positioning System (GPS) stations, of which approximately 200 are located in Alaska. GPS station AC55 was accidently installed ...
Rapid Land Subsidence Associated with Severe Drought: A Case Study in the Houston Area, Texas
This study investigated the drought-induced subsidence which occurred in 2011 in the Houston area, Southeast Texas. The Houston area has been suffering from subsidence for several decades. Groundwater withdrawals have ...