New USGS Data Release - Campaign GPS measurements on the Island of Hawai‘i collected by the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory in 2019

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The USGS has recently published a "Campaign GPS measurements on the Island of Hawai‘i collected by the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory in 2019." This data release includes all 2019 campaign survey GPS sites on Kīlauea and Mauna Loa on the Island of Hawai‘i; it also includes semi-permanent stations in Kīlauea's Middle East Rift Zone that were occupied all year.

GPS surveys are conducted annually by the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory to supplement permanent and semi-permanent GPS stations providing data on ground deformation. This data release includes data from a total of 69 sites that were occupied. All data (raw and rinex) are included along with metadata and log sheets.