References to EarthScope related data, data products, and tools are provided to further support the scientific community and those with an interest in measurement data from more than one thousand instruments located across North America. The freely available, high precision data can be viewed as the most important legacy of the National Science Foundation's largest investment in solid-Earth Science.
Seismic data holdings pertaining to all components of USArray, SAFOD, and PBO can be found at the IRIS Data Management Center (DMC). IRIS maintains data from regional networks, USArray network, and the EarthScope Magnetotelluric Array. In addition, the NCEDC maintains a separate multi-terabyte online copy of these seismic data.
The PBO web page provides access to geodetic data from multiple instrument networks. The 1100-station GPS network is the largest component, and raw and processed data are available from PBO and the UNAVCO Data Archive Interface. A subset of the GPS stations are streamed in realtime. Subnetworks of borehole strainmeters, borehole seismometers, tiltmeters, pore pressure sensors, and laser strainmeters are distributed in tectonic and volcanic regions of interest. Borehole data are accessible from PBO, Northern Califiornia Earthquake Data Center, and IRIS. PBO has collections of remote sensing data acquired as part of the GeoEarthScope project. Airborne LiDDAR data can be obtained from the Open Topography Portal, and InSAR data can be obtained from the UNAVCO SAR Archive.
Data holdings from the SAFOD Project can be accessed on the Intercontinental Drilling Program (ICDP) and the Northern California Earthquake Data Center (NCEDC) website. The data consist mainly of cutting and mud sample reports, seismic data from borehole seismometers, core boxes, core logging, and lithological reports updated daily. The cores can be interactively viewed in EarthScope SAFOD Core Viewer.
EarthScope Data Portal
The EarthScope Data Portal provides an additional means for students, researchers and others interested in scientific data to simultaneously explore EarthScope's various instrument networks, as well as seamlessly download data from multiple stations and instrument types. The intuitive Google Maps-based user interface provides a familiar means to filter stations by geography, data class, or station identifier. Additional temporal and spatial filters give users the ability to further refine their searches as needed.