Ge 167

Tectonic Geodesy

9 units (3-0-6)  |  second term
Prerequisites: a working knowledge of unix/linux or equivalent, linear algebra, and coursework in geophysics.
An introduction to the use of modern geodetic observations (e.g., GPS and InSAR) to constrain crustal deformation models. Secular velocity fields, coseismic and time-dependent processes; volcano deformation and seasonal loading phenomena. Basic inverse approaches for parameter estimation and basic temporal filtering algorithms. Given in alternate years; not offered 2020-21.
Instructor: Simons

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