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GLOBAL EARTHQUAKE SATELLITE SYSTEM (GESS)

Global Earthquake Satellite System Report    
     
 
Latest Report
Final Complete Report  
4/18/03
 
2.9 MB
         
Individual Chapters
Chapter 1  
4/18/03
 
632 KB
Chapter 2  
4/18/03
 
3.1 MB
Chapter 3  
4/18/03
 
852 KB
Chapter 4  
4/18/03
 
744 KB
Chapter 5  
4/18/03
 
528 KB
Chapter 6  
4/18/03
 
780 KB
20-Year Plan (Summary)  
4/18/03
 
360 KB
Appendix  
4/18/03
 
284 KB

 

Investigator Reports    
     
Investigators

Burgmann, R., Freed, A., and Schmidt, D.- U.C. Berkeley

  InSAR System Requirements for Resolution of Crustal Deformation Parameters Associated with the Earthquake Cycle
     
Chao, B., Harding, D., Cohen, S., and Luthcke, S.– NASA/GSFC; Hofton, M. and Blair, J. B.– University of Maryland   Global Earthquake Satellite System Requirements Derived from a Suite of Scientific Observational and Modeling Studies: Final Reports
     
Crippen, R.– JPL   Thermal Imaging of Seismic Events
     
Donnellan, A. and Hurst, K.– JPL   Inversion of Earthquake Fault Parameters Using Multiple Look Angles
   


Feigl, K., McClusky, S., Herring, T., and Reilinger, R.– Massachusetts Institute of Technology   Geodetic Improvements for Calculating, Analyzing, and Modeling INSAR Measurements in Synergy with GPS
     
Fielding, E. J.– JPL; Wright, T. J.– University of Oxford (UK)   Deformation on Complex Fault Zones, Interseismic, Co-seismic and Post-seismic Strain
     
Melbourne, T. and Baxter, S.– Central Washington University; Webb, F.– JPL   Quantifying Earth’s Surface Deformation Budget
     
Olsen, K. and Peyrat, S.– U.C. Santa Barbara   Which Rupture Dynamics Parameters Can Be Estimated from SAR and Strong Ground Motion Data?
     
Price, E., Elitas, S., Freymueller, J., McNutt, S., and Hansen, R.– University of Alaska   Requirements of a SAR Satellite for Monitoring Earthquakes and Crustal Deformation in Alaska 
     
Rundle, J. B. and Kellogg, L. H.– U.C. Davis   Requirements for Modeling Systems Associated with the NASA Global Earth Satellite System (GESS)
     
Sammis, C. G.– University of Southern California; Ivins, E.– JPL   Using GESS to Detect Stress Shadows Following Large Earthquakes and to Monitor Their Decay 
     
Sandwell, D. and Fialko, Y.– Scripps/U.C. San Diego   Requirements for Observing Slow Crustal Deformation Due to Tectonic and Volcanic Processes in the Presence of Tropospheric Noise and Decorrelation 
     
Shinozuka, M. and Bardet, J-P.– University of Southern California; Eguchi, R.– ImageCat, Inc.   Change Detection Studies for Liquefaction Ground Failure
     
Simons, M.– Caltech   Constraining Co-seismic Fault Motion and Surface Disruption of Large Earthquakes Using INSAR and Seismology
     
Taylor, P. and Purucker, M.– NASA/GSFC   Searching for a Magnetic Signature from Earthquakes in the Ionosphere
     
Webb, F.– JPL; Emardson, R.– JPL (visiting); Simons, M.– Caltech   Neutral Atmospheric Delay in Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar Applications: Statistical Description and Mitigation
     
Zebker, H. and Segall, P.– Stanford University   Characterizing Space–Time Patterns of Slip at Depth Along Fault Systems: InSAR Measurement and System Requirements
 
 
 
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