GPS velocity field In the transition from subduction to collision of the Eastern Sunda and Banda Arcs, Indonesia /

by Nugroho, Hendro

Abstract (Summary)
Campaign GPS measurements during 2001-2003 in the transition between subduction and collision of the Banda arc reveal how strain is partitioned away from the trench and distributed to other parts of the arc-trench system. Genrich, et. al. (1996) conducted a GPS campaign (1992-1994) throughout the Eastern Sunda and Banda arcs that demonstrated partial accretion of the arc to the Australian plate. We reoccupied many of the sites from this earlier study and 7 additional stations, 3 of which are new benchmarks. Our study shortened many baselines and extended the observation epoch to ten years for many key stations.
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School:Brigham Young University

School Location:USA - Utah

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:global positioning system geodynamics plate tectonics subduction zones gps geology boundary strain partitioning velocity field collision eastern indonesia banda arc sunda


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