See the GSRM v.2 for a more up-to-date and comprehensive model.
Global Strain Rate Map Project: Acknowledgements
THIS SITE NO LONGER MAINTAINED AND HERE FOR ARCHIVAL PURPOSES.
We thank J. Beavan, R. Bennett, R. Bürgmann, E. Calais, R. Fernandes, J. Freymueller,
B. Hager, S. McClusky, T. Kato, J. Oldow, T. Sagiya, R. Smith, and S. Wdowinski
for providing GPS vectors. We are grateful to W. Simons and the rest of the
GEODYSSEA team for providing GPS vectors in southeast Asia. We wish to
thank all members of the IGS community, and we are particularly grateful
to G. Blewitt and D. Lavallée for sharing with us the GPSVEL v. 1.0 model.
We also thank the USGS and SCEC for making their GPS velocity measurements
freely available on their website.
William Holt is funded by NSF grants EAR-9909621 and EAR-0001160, and NASA grant
SENH99-0325-0015. We also thank the International Lithosphere Program for
support of the Global Strain Rate Map Project, ILP II-8.
We wish to thank UNAVCO for financial support, and L. Estey, C. Meertens, and J. Riley
in particular for their support in the creation of these webpages.
If you want to use results of the GSRM project, please make reference to:
Kreemer, C., W.E. Holt, and A.J. Haines, An integrated global model of present-day
plate motions and plate boundary deformation, Geophys. J. Int., 154, 8-34, 2003.
Comments or questions about this page? Send mail to Bill Holt.