- Analyze GPS Time Series Plots over shorter time intervals to explore Episodic Tremor and Slip.
- Compare velocity vectors with topography and deformation.
- Examine velocites in 3-dimensions nears volcanoes and calderas.
- Compare direction and magnitude of motion in adjacent regions.
- Explore GPS data from other areas of the U.S.
- Examine GPS data for stations in regions where earthquakes have occurred.
Current seismic activity can be explored via the Seismic Monitor page from IRIS.
Seismic data can also be explored by using a downloadable program called the Global Earthquake Explorer from the University of South Carolina.
The [link https://www.unavco.org/software/visualization/maps/kmz/perm.kmz 'UNAVCO Permanent GPS Stations KMZ file'] displays the 4-character name of each GPS station. It is a handy complement to the velocity file.
Jules Verne Voyager and EarthScope Voyager Map Tools can be used to generate maps that include plate boundaries and velocity vectors.