This post will deal with my custom GPS uplift/subsidence plots for Long Valley Caldera which are accurate as of July 1, 2019. If you wish to know the locations to any of these stations, please visit the “Deformation Updates” menu and visit “Station Locations”. To view long-term deformation plots which are updated once per year, including horizontal deformation as well, visit the “Long Valley Yearly” page which will show all-time plots derived from the UNR laboratory.
Remember to always read chart labels and the measurements on the left, only for my custom plots, are always in meters. For example, 0.05 meters equals 50 millimeters, which is also 5 centimeters. Simply move the decimal to the right 3 times to find out what the millimeter measurement is, if dealing with meters. All plot data is derived from UNR and Microsoft Excel is used to generate the plots.
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This is the blog for deformation plots pertaining to Long Valley Caldera. It will be updated every 2 months or so. However, if increased deformation is spotted, updates will be issued more frequently. This will mainly focus on vertical deformation (uplift/subsidence; inflation/deflation).