Use of any TLALOCNet archive data should be acknowledged as follows:

This material is based on GPS data provided by the Trans-boundary, Land and Atmosphere Long-term Observational and Collaborative Network (TLALOCNet; Cabral-Cano et al., 2018) operated by the Servicio de Geodesia Satelital (SGS) at the Instituto de Geofísica-Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) in collaboration with UNAVCO Inc.
We are deeply grateful to all personnel from SGS, SSN and UNAVCO for station installation, maintenance, data acquisition, IT support and data curation and distribution for these networks and in particular to the following individuals and institutions, and those whose hard field work and resourcefulness were central to the success of this project: Bill Douglass, Neal Lord and Bill Unger at UW-Madison, Oscar Diaz-Molina and Luis Salazar-Tlaczani at SGS, John Galetzka, Adam Wallace, Shawn Lawrence, Sean Malloy and Chris Walls at UNAVCO, Jesus Pacheco-Martínez at Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes, Bertha Marquez-Azúa and personnel at the Universidad de Guadalajara at campus Guadalajara, Mascota and Ameca, Protección Civil de Jalisco, Universidad de Colima at campus Colima and campus El Naranjo and Centro de Geociencias, Centro de Ciencias de la Atmosfera Instituto de Biología Estacion Chamela at UNAM.
TLALOCNet, SSN-TLALOCNet and other GPS related operations from SGS are supported by CONACyT projects 253760, 256012 and 2017-01-5955, UNAM-PAPIIT projects IN104213, IN111509, IN109315-3, IN104818-3, NSF grant 2025104, NASA-ROSES grant NNX12AQ08G and supplemental support from UNAM-Instituto de Geofísica. UNAVCO's initial support for TLALOCNet (some of its stations now part of the GAGE Facility-NOTA) was performed under EAR-1338091 and is currently supported by NSF and NASA under NSF Cooperative Agreement EAR-1724794.

SGS strongly encourages data users to use DOIs on their publications. Persistent identifiers (DOI) for individual GPS stations are available for their inclusion as bibliographical references on publications at the following page:


E. Cabral-Cano, X. Pérez-Campos, B. Márquez-Azúa, M. A. Sergeevaa, L. Salazar-Tlaczani, C. DeMets, D. Adams, J. Galetzka, K. Feaux, Y. L. Serra, G. S. Mattioli, and M. Miller, 2018. TLALOCNet: A Continuous GPS-Met Backbone in Mexico for Seismotectonic, and Atmospheric Research. Seismological Research Letters, v. 89, n. 2ª, p. 373-381.

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