E3S Web Conf.
Volume 94, 2019International Symposium on Global Navigation Satellite System 2018 (ISGNSS 2018)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Geodynamics and Natural Hazard|
|Published online||08 May 2019|
Earthquake Monitoring Using Variometric GPS Data Processing
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Variometric Approach for Standalone Engine Displacement Analysis (VADASE) is a technique used in seismology purposes using GPS measurements. VADASE is used to determine the small displacement from the earthquake. The VADASE L1 solution is using the klobuchar ionospheric model. In this study VADASE was used in earthquakes with magnitudes> 7 to> 9 righter scales. In the scale of the earthquake category> 9 used Indian Ocean earthquake of December 26, 2016 with the strength of 9.1 SR by using the closest SAMP station and the Japanese Tohoku earthquake of March 11, 2011 with a power of 9.1 SR using 4 different stations namely MIZU, KMSV, TSK2 and Knii . The earthquake category with a scale of> 8 SR is the offshore earthquake Bio Bio, Chile on February 27, 2010 with a power of 8.8 SR using 2 stations namely ANTC and SANT, the Bengkulu Indonesia earthquake on 12 September 2007 with a power of 8.4 SR using the SAMP station, an illaper earthquake, chile September 16 2015 with 8.3 SR using SANT station, and Tres Piscos earthquake Mexico on September 8, 2017 with a power of 8.2 SR using IENG station. Earthquake with a strength of> 7 SR, namely the amberlay-New Zealand earthquake on November 13, 2016 with a strength of 7.8 SR using MRLL and WGTN stations, Puerto quello-chile earthquake on December 25, 2016 with a strength of 7.6 SR using COYQ station, Java sea earthquake -Indonesia on 8 August 2007 with 7.5 SR power using BAKO station and ayula mexico earthquake on 19 september 2017 with 7.1 SR power using INEG station. From the results of VADASE, the farthest distance from the epicenter to the observation station is 1100 km (INEG station) and the closest distance is 95 km (BAKO station). The highest speed is 0.12 m / s after 5 minutes from the earthquake in the earthquake Offshore Bio Bio-Chile 2010 uses the SANT station and the lowest speed is 0.006 m / s after 10 minutes from the earthquake in the 2007 Bengkulu earthquake using the SAMP station. Whereas in the other earthquakes was the 2011 Tohoku earthquake with a speed of 0.06 m / s after 1 minute using MIZU station, the amberley-New Zealand earthquake 2016 with a speed of 0.015 m / s after 1 minute using the MRLI satellite, Puerto quelloearthquake Chile 2016 with a speed of 0.025 m / s after 40 minutes using the COYQ satellite.
Key words: VADASE / Earth quake / Deformation velocity
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