MAGNET GPS Station - Photo by Geoff Blewitt

Station ID : CABL

Station operator information: from RINEX headers

Data attribution information: From UNAVCO DOI Database

https://doi.org/10.7283/T5SB43TX
https://doi.org/10.7283/T5HT2MDB
https://doi.org/10.7283/T5NK3C42
When using products from this system please cite Blewitt et al., (2018) for the processing plus also the citation for the original data.

Coordinates:

Latitude: 42.836 degrees

Longitude: -124.563 degrees

Height: 37.830 meters


Time Series Data

(ascii text)
24 Hour Final Solutions

IGS14

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xyz

NA

env

PA

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24 Hour Rapid Solutions

FID

env

xyz

5 Minute Final Solutions

IGS14

kenv tar files for download

5 Minute Rapid Solutions
(last 14 days max)

FID

kenv tar file download

5 Minute Ultra Rapid Solutions
(files updated hourly)

FID

individual kenv files for download

Quality Assurance (QA) Files

IGS14

.qa.gz file download

5 Minute Troposphere Solutions

Tot./Wet Zenith Delay, etc.

tar file download

Readme Files:

env format, xyz format,
kenv format, QA file format


Nearest 4 Other Stations Distance

P364

30.92 km

P363

41.61 km

P820

41.63 km

P733

45.51 km


Time Series Plots

Click on the buttons on the left below to choose from available reference frames, latencies, and sample rates. Original, Cleaned (outlier removed) and detrended (using MIDAS rate) plots are available. Further explanations on plot contents can be found here.


Steps Information for this station

Station ID Date
(YYMMMDD)
Equipment Change Type/
or Event ID
Earthquake
Magnitude
Distance
(km)
CABL02JUL07 Radome_Code_Changed - -
CABL16JUN01 Antenna_Code_Changed - -
CABL16JUL20 Receiver_Make_and_Model_Changed - -
CABL05JUN15 usp000dt25 7.2 206.5
CABL05JUN17 usp000dt8h 6.6 283.5
CABL10JAN10 nc71338066 6.5 243.1
CABL12OCT28 usp000juhz 7.8 1239.9
CABL14MAR10 nc72182046 6.8 228.2
CABL16DEC08 us20007z6r 6.6 297.5
Distance is from this station to earthquake epicenter in km. A potential step record appears when this distance is less than 10^(M/2 - 0.8) where M is earthquake magnitude.
Steps for all stations are given in the master step file database (link).


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