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Data for "Weakening of Peridotite Sheared at Hydrothermal Conditions"

This data release comprises three separate datasets and their accompanying metadata, in zip files. The data were acquired as part of a laboratory study of the response of ultramafic materials to shear at hydrothermal conditions. The principal dataset consists of the strength-displacement data from 28 friction experiments acquired on gouges prepared from peridotite rock samples and from separates o

Raster and mapping data indicating landscape change from the June 2012 storm in the Duluth, MN region

The GeoTiff raster data were created from subtraction of elevation values collected in 2012 from elevation values collected in 2011. Both data collections were conducted by airborne lidar surveys contracted by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. These survey occured before and after a historical rain event that cause widespread landscape change. The shapefiles are polygon objects that i

Reclassified lidar point cloud data from 2016 LARIAC and 2019 NCALM collections covering part of the Woolsey wildfire near Malibu, California

These lidar data are derived from two airborne lidar surveys: a 2016 Los Angeles Region Imagery Acquisition Consortium (LARIAC) survey, and a 2019 National Center for Airborne Laser Mapping (NCALM) survey. These data were reclassified in order to improve the classification of ground points, and to make the classification of both datasets as consistent as possible. The NCALM data had their position

Lidar point cloud, GNSS, and raster data from near St. Helena, CA, March 30 and August 1, 2017

Text files: These data are text files of GNSS survey points collected along a trace of the West Napa Fault Zone near Ehler?s Lane north of St. Helena, California. Data were collected to aid in paleoseismic investigation of the suspected fault strand and to characterize local geomorphology. Data were collected on March 31, and August 1, 2017 using a Leica Viva GS15 survey grade GPS. The data are de

Data Release for PGV Data for the 2018 National Seismic Hazard Model for the Conterminous United States

Peak ground velocity (PGV) gridded probabilistic seismic hazard data for the updated 2018 National Seismic Hazard Model (NSHM) for the Conterminous United States (CONUS). PGV hazard curves and ground motions have been calculated on a 0.05 by 0.05 degree grid using the NSHM CONUS 2018 earthquake source model. PGV support has been incorporated into the NSHM using a newly developed PGV model conditio

High-resolution seismic data acquired at six Southern California Seismic Network (SCSN) recording stations in 2017

In August 2017, the U.S. Geological Survey acquired high-resolution P- and S-wave seismic data near six Southern California Seismic Network (SCSN) recording stations in southern California: CI.OLI Olinda; CI.SRN Serrano; CI.MUR Murrieta; CI.LCG La Cienega; CI.RUS Rush; and CI.STC Santa Clara (Figure 1). These strong-motion recording stations are located inside Southern California Edison electrical

High-resolution seismic data acquired at six seismic network recording stations in San Bernardino County, California in 2019

In May 2019, the U.S. Geological Survey acquired high resolution P- and S-wave seismic data near six seismic network recording stations in San Bernardino County, California: Southern California Seismic Network CI.CLT Calelectic, CI.MLS Mira Loma, CI.CJM Cajon Mountain and CI.HLN Highland; California Strong Motion Instrumentation Program station CE.23542; and US National Strong-Motion Network stati

Data Release for a 2020 High-Resolution Seismic Survey across Northeastern Edwards Air Force Base, Kern County, California

In June of 2020, the U.S. Geological Survey conducted a high-resolution seismic survey at Edwards Air Force Base in Kern County, California. Seismic data were acquired using a DTCC SmartSolo 3-component nodal seismometer system ("node"), which continuously recorded at 2000 samples per second. Nodes were deployed 5 meters apart along a southwest-northeast trend to create an approximately 3-km-long

Data Release for Additional Period and Site Class Data for the 2018 National Seismic Hazard Model for the Conterminous United States (ver. 1.1, February 2020)

The updated 2018 National Seismic Hazard Model includes new ground motion models, aleatory uncertainty, and soil amplification factors for the central and eastern U.S. and incorporates basin depths from local seismic velocity models in four western U.S. (WUS) urban areas. These additions allow us, for the first time, to calculate probabilistic seismic hazard curves for an expanded set of spectral

Database for the Central United States Velocity Model, v1.3

We have developed a new three-dimensional seismic velocity model of the central United States (CUSVM) that includes the New Madrid Seismic Zone (NMSZ) and covers parts of Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky, and Tennessee. The model represents a compilation of decades of crustal research consisting of seismic, aeromagnetic, and gravity profiles; geologic mapping; geophysic

Data from Theodolite Measurements of Creep Rates on San Francisco Bay Region Faults, California

The data files (csv- and excel- formatted) need to be updated annually by appending records of each survey at each site to files retaining the same name each year. Thus these files simply need to be replaced each year with the up-to-date version. It is not necessary to retain prior versions because they become redundant. The USGS author (Lienkaemper) ideally should be able to upload these file ann

Data for "Serpentinite-rich Gouge in a Creeping Segment of the Bartlett Springs Fault, Northern California: Comparison with SAFOD and Implications for Seismic Hazard"

This report presents the mineral chemistry dataset that was used in a published study of serpentinite-rich gouge from an actively creeping trace of the Bartlett Springs Fault in northern California. The fault gouge consists of porphyroclasts of antigorite serpentinite, talc, chlorite, and tremolite-actinolite in a sheared matrix of the same materials. The compositions of spinels in the serpentinit