High rate GNSS data are available for download for the days surrounding major geologic events. These data are recorded at 1 Hz and 10 Hz sampling rates and are available in RINEX2.11 and Trimble proprietary raw formats. Available high rate GNSS data can be obtained sending a request via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The table below list the geologic events contained within the available data.
|Date (UTC time)||event|
|2013/07/21||M 6.5 Cook Strait earthquake|
|2013/08/16||M 6.6 Lake Grassmere earthquake|
|2013/08/20||White Island (Whakari) eruption|
|2013 Sept-Oct||Slow Slip event offshore Gisborne|
|2013/12/16||M 6.1 Fiordland earthquake|
|2014/01/21||M 6.2 Eketahuna earthquake|
|2014/09/22||M 5.5 Pongaroa earthquake|
|2014 Sept-Oct||Slow Slip event offshor Gisborne|
|2014/11/16||M 6.5 offshore Te Araroa earthquake|
|2015/11/05||M 6.0 Willberforce earthquake|
|2016/02/14||M 5.7 Christchurch earthquake|
|2016/04/11||M 5.2 Masterton earthquake|
|2016/04/27||White Island eruption|
|2016/08/31||M 5.7 offshore Te Araroa earthquake|
|2016/09/01||M 7.1 East Cape earthquake|
|2016/09/13||White Island eruption|
|2016/11/13||M 7.8 Kaikoura earthquake|
Raw data files are downloaded directly from the GNSS receivers in Trimble proprietary format (.T00 or .T02). Day-long RINEX files are generated by splicing together the available raw data. Due to data transmission constraints and limited internal receiver storage, in most cases it was not possible to download a full day of data so day-long RINEX files are often incomplete. Please consider that high rate GNSS data have to be manually retrieved. There is no guarantee that high rate GNSS data will be available after any major geologic event.