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GPS coordinate timeseries for bedrock displacements in East Antarctica, 2006-2019

Australian Antarctic Data Centre
KING, MATT
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Coordinate time series, in local topocentric east, north, up reference frame. Underlying coordinates were derived in IGS14 reference frame. Coordinate time series generated using GIPSY6.3 using NASA JPL clocks and orbits from repro2 as operational circa 2020.

# The files available are geodetic GPS coordinate time series for bedrock displacements
# for a range of sites in East Antarctica. They were collected under AAS4318. Data should only be used when appropriately cited.
# The Coordinates were estimated using GIPSYv6.3 using JPL repro2 clocks and orbits
#
# Data are in TSVIEW format, a simple ascii file format
# TSVIEW is an open Matlab code for visualising and analysing GPS time series but the series can be easily read by other software
# TSVIEW is available at http://www-gpsg.mit.edu/~tah/GGMatlab/
# and described in Herring, T. MATLAB Tools for viewing GPS velocities and time series. GPS Solutions 7, 194–199 (2003). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10291-003-0068-0
#
# For each site, there are three files, ones for each of North, East and Up.
# For example, for site bhil
# mb_bhil_NEh.dat1 is for the North component
# mb_bhil_NEh.dat2 is for the East component
# mb_bhil_NEh.dat3 is for the Up component
#
# each file contains three header lines followed by the data with one row per epoch, such as
# 1995.1020 0.03150 0.00400
# with column 1 in decimal years, column 2 is the estimate (north, east or height) in metres, and column 3 is the uncertainty (1 sigma) of the measurement in metres
#
# North, East and Up are relative displacements and are not absolute coordinates
#
# Data for eight GPS sites are included in the archive, with approximate site coordinates:
# SiteID, lat (decimal degrees), lon (decimal degrees), site geographical location
CAS1 -66.283391207 110.519728963 Casey Station International GNSS Service site
DAV1 -68.577332044 77.972630424 Davis Station International GNSS Service site
BHIL -66.251024752 100.599006649 Bunger Hills site, originally established by Geoscience Australia
CAD2 -68.566510985 86.100627506 Mt Brown, new site established under this project
CAD3 -66.521103808 96.363667501 Gillies Island, new site established under this project
CAD4 -67.419656438 99.143785987 Mt Strathcona, new site established under this project
CAD5 -66.552475869 107.764024273 Snyder Rocks, new site established under this project
CAD6 -66.789282506 120.990964280 Chick Island, new site established under this project

Issued: 2021-02-01

Data time period: 2006-12-25 to 2019-12-08

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107,-66 107,-68.5 85,-68.5 85,-66 107,-66

96,-67.25

text: northlimit=-66; southlimit=-68.5; westlimit=85; eastLimit=107; projection=WGS84

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