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Funding and Other Acknowledgements
The establishment and occupation of the NEARNET and MAGNET sites has been funded through various sources and programs:
- Department of Energy, Golden Field Office, under Award Number DE_FG36-02ID14311 (Geothermal Energy).
- Department of Energy under Award Number FC-08-98NV12081 (Task 3 of a cooperative agreement with UNR, i.e.
Geodetic Monitoring of the Yucca Mountain Region Using Continuous Global Positioning System Measurements).
- NASA Solid Earth and Natural Hazards program and the NASA Interdisciplinary Science
- NSF projects:
- 0610031, Quasi-Block Modeling of Walker Lane Tectonic Deformation, Using Geodetic and Geologic Data to Constrain System Complexity and Time-Variable Behavior to Hammond, Blewitt, Kreemer.
- 0635757, Integrated Geologic and Geodetic Study of Strain Accumulation and Release in the Northern Walker Lane to Wesnousky, Kreemer, Hammond.
- 0844389, Revealing the Nature of Contemporary Uplift and Collapse in the Sierra Nevada - Great Basin System to Blewitt, Plag, Hammond
- 0952166, Geodetic Constraints on the Kinematics of the Colorado Plateau and its Western and Southern Margin to Kreemer
- National Earthquake Hazard Reduction Program projects (NEHRP):
- 07HQGR0027, Estimating seismic hazard in the Basin and Range Province using horizontal GPS data: Collaborative Research between the University of Nevada, Reno and the USGS, to Hammond and Kreemer
- 08HQGR0027, Geodetic Constraints on the Slip Rate of the Mohawk Valley Fault Zone, California, to Kreemer and Hammond
- G10AC00138, Western Great Basin Seismic and Geodetic Network Operations, 2010-2014, to Biasi, Kent, Smith, Hammond
- G11AP20023, Using GPS to Measure Slip Rate of the Honey Lake Fault, California, to
Hammond and Kreemer
The data analysis is carried out with the GISPY-OASIS-II software package provided to us by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California.
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